How much is a Evo 2015?

You could expect to pay $26,400 – 34,980 based on third party pricing data.

Is the 2015 Lancer Evo a good car?

Even though 2015 is its final year of production, the Evo is still one of the most thrilling sedans on the market. A sophisticated all-wheel-drive system keeps the tires glued to practically any surface, while an amped-up turbocharged four-cylinder engine ensures there’s always plenty of power on tap.

What is the cheapest Mitsubishi Lancer Evo?

About the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution

Sedan Original MSRP/Price Drive
Lancer Evolution 4dr Sdn Man Final Edition $37995 / $36391 AWD4WD
Lancer Evolution 4dr Sdn Man GSR $34495 / $33038 AWD4WD
Lancer Evolution 4dr Sdn TC-SST MR $38995 / $37349 AWD4WD

Is the Lancer Evo fast?

Starting from 30 mph, the insane Evo blasts to 170 mph in just 23 seconds. The digital readout on the right reveals just a little bit of speedometer error that far around the dial, but the takeaway is still the same. This car is seriously quick.

What year was the EVO final edition?

The tenth and final generation of the Lancer Evolution (Evo X) was launched in Japan in 2007, and overseas markets in 2008. The Evo X was produced for almost 10 years until it retired in April 2016.

How many Evo final editions were made?

So, it created the Lancer Evo Final Edition. 1000 were made for Japan, Motor Trend reports, and 1600 for the US. At the time, the MSRP was $37,995. The very last one sold on eBay in 2016 for $76,400—just about twice the sticker price.

Why did Mitsubishi stop making the Evo?

Long story short, Mitsubishi stopped making the Evo for the same reason it stopped making all of its other great performance cars – money. More specifically, consumer tastes and preferences are changing. Most buyers want cars that are practical, reliable and economical.