I haven't taken a look at a Mitsubishi in a long time. When the 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer arrived for a test drive I was pleasantly surprised. It is a roomy, comfortable compact sedan and up to par with it's competitors. Just look at that stylish front grill and those tire rims.
The technology in a car is one of the first things I look at for comfort. When buying a new car the tech package matters. Mitsubishi offers a large 7-inch LCD touchscreen with navigation to help you find the way and real time traffic updates to let you know which areas to avoid, in the 2015 Lancer.
I found the traffic updates super helpful since I drive around town a lot during the day dropping off and picking up kids.
The back seats roomy and comfortable with enough space for my long legged teen boys. Three can easily sit in comfort or fold down the center arm rest too. The nice thing about the back seats is that they also fold down for more truck space. If you have booster seats or car seats there is room for you too.
If you're like me you end up at Ikea buying something you didn't plan on and need the extra room of the fold down seats for your find to fit. It's also great when heading up to the ski resort with the snowboards and skis. It makes the car so much more versatile.
The 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer is equipped with a Rockford Fosgate Premium Sounds System. There are 9 speakers in this car for some serious sound. Tech radio features include SiriusXM Radio and HD Radio to use those 9 speakers.
One of my favorite features on new vehicles is the FAST-Key electronic entry and start system. It seriously cuts down on my searching for the car keys panic.
My two favorite color options on the Lancer are the Apex Silver for a classic look and the Octane Blue for a more sporty look. Which color would you choose?
Top favorite features are the all wheel drive for all weather ease of driving, great cameras for safety and the touring package with the leather seats.
The 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer
Starts at $17,3951