What does Mr mean in evolution?
Evolution VIII MR derives it’s Mitsubishi Racing (MR) designation from that first used on the Colt Galant GTO, the first Mitsubishi production car powered by a DOHC engine, and traditionally reserved for the Lancer, GTO and other Mitsubishi high-performance sports models.
Does a 2010 Mitsubishi Evo MR have Turbo?
All 2010 Evos are powered by a turbocharged four-cylinder engine that pumps out 291 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of torque. The GSR comes only with a five-speed manual, while the MR and MR Touring are equipped with Mitsubishi’s excellent six-speed automated-clutch manual transmission with paddle shifters.
Which Evo is better GSR or MR?
The MR is more sophisticated and therefore more costly during upkeep. The GSR was designed so you could connect with the car, bot driving and tuning. Here’s my MR from a cruise this past weekend. They’re both good, it’s just up to your preference.
Is evolution deliberate and purposeful?
Evolution has no purpose; it simply happens. There is no reason to assume that evolution comes with some objective “improvement”. The only thing that is constantly improving is the adaptedness of individuals to their given environment.
Which is the best Evo?
Top 10: Ranking all the Mitubishi Lancer Evolutions
- 10- Evolution I (1992-1994)
- 9- Evolution II (1994-1995)
- 8- Evolution III (1995-1996)
- 7- Evolution IV (1996-1998)
- 6- Evolution IX Wagon (2005-2007)
- 5- Evolution VI TME (1999-2001)
- 4- Evolution VIII (2003-2005)
- 3- Evolution X (2007-2016)
Is the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution MR Touring Manual?
As its name suggests, it’s based on the Evo MR, with its six-speed, dual-clutch automated manual gearbox. The Evo MR Touring presents a somewhat subtler visual image, with its less obnoxious rear wing, while making occupants a bit more comfortable with full leather upholstery, more sound insulation, heated seats, and a sunroof.
Which is better the MR Touring or the Evo?
Very well, since the additions add only about 30 pounds compared with the MR. The MR Touring still drives like the Evo it is; it just seems to bring a little less craziness than do other Evos (and it can be argued that the normal one brings less craziness than most previous generations of Evos did).
What’s the price of a 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution?
The original MSRP of the 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is from $33,590 to $40,990. The data above is updated daily, based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX for the last five model years of this car.