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Say "" in a crowded room of import-car enthusiasts and, chances are, the place will become suddenly quiet; as if you had uttered, "My broker is E.F. Hutton, and he says..." The reason is simple: The is one of the fastest 4-doors on the planet, and the race version of the car consistently runs at the front of the field in the World Rally Championship.

Unfortunately, the car has never been available in the States—a fact that undoubtedly gives it some of its allure here. (As the adage goes, "There's nothing more desirable than something you cannot have.") But how many of these import-car enthusiasts know that the base model for 's world-beating all-wheel-drive race car has been marketed here all along, in the form of the entry-level Mirage?

Admittedly, the Mirage is nothing at all like the Lancer Evolution; they share the same basic body style; that's about it. But the two are definitely related. And because the Lancer Evolution has developed such a strong following here, Mitsubishi has decided to completely change the Mirage's image and persona, making it closer to the legendary rally car. Thus, the all-new 2002 version is far superior to the car it replaces, and it goes by a new name, Lancer.

One look at the Lancer and it's difficult to believe this is the Mirage replacement. It's significantly larger than the previous car. Overall length and wheelbase have grown more than 4 in. to 177.6 and 102.4 in., respectively, and the car is about a half-inch taller. It also features a more elegant design, highlighted by canted rectangular headlights in front and a handsome rear with large square taillights. The O.Z. Rally edition is the sportiest version in the U.S. Lancer lineup, with flashy 5-spoke alloy wheels and a subtle rear wing (sorry, no high- powered engine just yet).

The changes are even more drastic inside, where you'll find a totally redesigned dashboard and gobs of head and leg room, especially for rear-seat occupants. In fact, one Mitsubishi official claimed the Lancer has interior space comparable to that of the company's Diamante luxury sedan.

The Lancer is powered by a 2.0-liter 16-valve inline-4 producing 120 bhp at 5500 rpm and 130 lb.-ft. of torque at 4250. Sure, the engine's output pales in comparison with the Evo VII's 280 bhp, but if you stack it up against others in its class—, , , —it more than holds its own. We estimate the Lancer to run to 60 mph in roughly 9.5 seconds.

On the road, the Lancer does a commendable job of getting off the line. The engine revs smoothly throughout the rpm range and exhibits good mid-range punch, which is extremely helpful when passing slower traffic. The 5-speed manual gearbox—a 4-speed automatic is also offered—features well- defined gates and has a positive overall feel.

The Lancer corners as well as it accelerates. The car's independent suspension system—MacPherson struts, coil springs, tube shocks, anti-roll bar up front and a multilink setup with coil springs and anti-roll bar at the rear—enables the car to turn in a stable manner. When pushed, the sedan will understeer, but turn-in response is generally crisp, thanks in part to the car's solid structure.

But the most noteworthy aspect about the Lancer is its touring abi-lity. On the highway, it's quiet at speeds of more than 65 mph, although road noise tends to creep into the cabin when driving over rough pavement. And ride quality is exceptionally smooth.

The Lancer has a base price of about $14,000. The O.Z. Rally edition retails at roughly $18,000.

With the Lancer, Mitsubishi has accomplished two objectives: It has created an entry-level car that'll more than hold its own against the competition, and it has opened the way for a U.S.-spec Lancer Evolution VII or VIII. Now it's up to Mitsubishi to convince the compact-sedan- buying public that this car is as good or better than its competitors...and to get the Evo over here as soon as possible.

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ES 4dr Sedan
2002 Mitsubishi Lancer Specs

Front head room39 "
Rear head room37 "
Front shoulder room54 "
Rear shoulder room53 "
Front hip room51 "
Rear hip room50 "
Front leg room43.2 "
Rear leg room36.6 "
Luggage capacity11.3 cu.ft.
Maximum cargo capacity11.3 cu.ft.
Standard seating5
Length177.6 "
Body width66.8 "
Body height54.1 "
Wheelbase102.4 "
Ground clearance4.9 "
Curb2,646 lbs.
Gross weight3,638 lbs.
Fuel tank capacity13.2 gal.
EPA mileage estimates26 City / 33 Hwy
Base engine size2.0 liters
Base engine typeI-4
Horsepower120 hp
Horsepower rpm5,500
Torque130 lb-ft.
Torque rpm4,250
Maximum towing capacity1,000 lbs.
Drive typefront-wheel
Turning radius16.4 ''
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2002 Mitsubishi Lancer Specifications

4-Door Sedan ES Automatic

Quick Specs

Gas Mileage24 mpg City/30 mpg Hwy
Style Name4dr Sdn ES Auto
DrivetrainFront Wheel Drive
Transmission4-speed auto transmission


EPA ClassificationSub-compact
Base Curb Weight (lbs)2690
Second Shoulder Room (in)53.3
Passenger Volume (ft³)93.9
Second Head Room (in)36.7
Front Shoulder Room (in)54.1
Second Hip Room (in)50.2
Front Head Room (in)38.8
Second Leg Room (in)36.6
Track Width, Rear (in)57.9
Height, Overall (in)54.1
Length, Overall (in)177.6
Min Ground Clearance (in)4.9
Track Width, Front (in)57.9
Width, Max w/o mirrors (in)66.8
Liftover Height (in)- TBD -

Fuel Economy

Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx (gal)13.2
EPA Fuel Economy Est - City (MPG)24
EPA Fuel Economy Est - Hwy (MPG)30

Performance Specs

SAE Net Torque @ RPM130 @ 4250
SAE Net Horsepower @ RPM120 @ 5500
DrivetrainFront Wheel Drive
First Gear Ratio (:1)2.842
Trans Description Cont.Automatic w/OD
Fourth Gear Ratio (:1)0.712
Final Drive Axle Ratio (:1)4.041
Second Gear Ratio (:1)1.529
Trans Description Cont. AgainNA
Seventh Gear Ratio (:1)NA
Third Gear Ratio (:1)1.000
Rear Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness (in)NA
Drum - Rear (Yes or )Yes
Front Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness (in)10.1 x - TBD -
Disc - Front (Yes or )Yes
Rear Drum Diam x Width (in)8 x - TBD -
Steering TypePower Rack & Pinion
Turning Diameter - Curb to Curb (ft)32.8
Steering Ratio (:1), Overall45.74
Turning Diameter - Wall to Wall (ft)- TBD -
Lock to Lock Turns (Steering)3.19
Spare Tire SizeT125/70D15
Front Tire SizeP185/65R14
Rear Tire SizeP185/65R14
Front Wheel Size (in)14 x 5
Spare Wheel MaterialSteel
Front Wheel MaterialSteel
Rear Wheel Size (in)14 x 5
Rear Wheel MaterialSteel
Spare Wheel Size (in)15 x 4
Suspension Type - FrontMacPherson Strut
Shock Absorber Diameter - Rear (mm)- TBD -
Suspension Type - Rear (Cont.)w/Coil Springs
Suspension Type - RearMulti-Link
Stabilizer Bar Diameter - Front (in)0.25
Shock Absorber Diameter - Front (mm)- TBD -
Suspension Type - Front (Cont.)w/Coil Springs
Stabilizer Bar Diameter - Rear (in)NA

Safety Features

Air Bag-Frontal-DriverYes
Air Bag-Frontal-PassengerYes
Air Bag-Passenger Switch (On/Off)No
Air Bag-Side Body-FrontNo
Air Bag-Side Body-RearNo
Air Bag-Side Head-FrontNo
Air Bag-Side Head-RearNo
Child Safety Rear Door LocksNo
Daytime Running LightsNo
Rollover Protection BarsNo
Other FeaturesDriver & front passenger airbags
3-point seat belts for all positions
LATCH system for child safety seats


Corrosion Miles/km100,000
Drivetrain Miles/km60,000

Other Specs

Total Cooling System Capacity (qts)6.3
Cold Cranking Amps @ 0° F (Primary)- TBD -
Maximum Alternator Capacity (amps)85
Dead Weight Hitch - Max Trailer Wt. (lbs)- TBD -
Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Tongue Wt. (lbs)- TBD -
Dead Weight Hitch - Max Tongue Wt. (lbs)- TBD -
Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Trailer Wt. (lbs)- TBD -

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Compare 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer different trims:
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4-Door Sedan ES Automatic
4-Door Sedan LS Automatic
4-Door Sedan OZ-Rally Automatic
4-Door Sedan OZ-Rally Manual
4-Door Sedan LS Automatic
4-Door Sedan ES Automatic
4-Door Sedan LS Automatic
4-Door Sedan OZ-Rally Automatic
4-Door Sedan OZ-Rally Manual
4-Door Sedan OZ-Rally Automatic
4-Door Sedan ES Automatic
4-Door Sedan LS Automatic
4-Door Sedan OZ-Rally Automatic
4-Door Sedan OZ-Rally Manual
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