Used Mitsubishi Lancer Evo Evo X (2008 - 2014) Buying & Selling

Review by David Ross on
Last Updated: 02 Sep 2014
The Mitsubishi Evo has built up a cult following as a rally-bred performance car capable of astonishing acceleration and superb handling. The tenth incarnation, or X as Mitsubishi badges it, builds on this reputation but adds some much needed refinement and comfort.

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Buying used

Evidence of regular and professional servicing is essential when buying an Evo and avoid any that have been thrashed or show evidence of track use. The FQ-300 is quick enough for most and will prove cheaper than the more powerful versions while the only real advantage of having a GSR model is the sat nav and music server system. If you want the ultimate then go for an FQ-400 - but these weren't introduced until June 2009 so the earliest cars will be on an 09-plate.

See 3 used Mitsubishi Lancer Evo Evo Xs for sale, starting at £17,000

4.5 out of 5


The Evo has always held it's value well, even going back to early imported cars, so you should have few problems getting the asking price - especially if it's a well cared for and regularly serviced example. FQ-300 GSR models with the standard five-speed manual gearbox are likely to be the most sought after.