'Out the box' 2-owner 6,867 mile UK market SST transmission example
from storage; investment alert!
Dating from March 2011 this spanking later model Lancer Evolution X comes to us in GSR FQ300 guise meaning 291bhp is squeezed from the 4B11T series 2.0 litre all-aluminium inline four-cylinder GEMA engine. This drives all-four wheels via Mitsubishi’s superb S-AWC (super all-wheel control) all-wheel drive system. Transmission in this example is the six-speed twin-clutch Sportronic shift transmission (TC-SST) which boasts magnesium-alloy shift paddles mounted behind the steering wheel with multiple driving modes.
Finished in this distinctive shade of light metallic blue the car rides on its original 12-spoke high-rigidity 18” Enkei alloy wheels shod in the original spec Yokohama 245/40 R18 tyres with stopping power provided by Brembo ventilated discs and callipers.
Inside, we find figure hugging leather and Alcantara Recaro seats, 7” LCD screen for audio/navigation system and premium Rockford Fosgate audio system with built in sub in the boot.
Showing just 6,867 miles, the car is barely run in, and shows just two recorded owners on the V5C having spent much of its life wrapped up in storage in a wonderfully original and unmodified condition. Its right up the alley of any savvy investor.
In addition, the history file includes the service booklet revealing 8 service stamps plus PDI, all by Mitsubishi Motors main dealers, the last in June 2021 at 6,856 miles. Furthermore, the service book contains a further 3 stamps for body inspection in 2017, 2019 and 2021 plus five factory recalls detailed and stamped by Mitsubishi Motors. We also find the last MOT which expired in September 2022 recording no advisories plus two old MOT certificates and a few invoices for main dealer services including the most recent which cost £538.
Ready to be enjoyed (with a fresh MOT), or carefully put way for future investment – they simply don’t make them like this anymore, the Evo X being the last in a long and illustrious legacy of the Evolution marque which came to an end with the final Evo X in 2015. Grab it while you can.
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