Cebu City, Philippines (PressExposure) September 23, 2009 -- When it comes to the many cars for sale in the Philippines, the Mitsubishi car collection isn't very far away. One of the most popular models of Mitsubishi cars for sale philippines today is the Mitsubishi Lance Evolution. Other than the Mitsubishi Lancer, which was one of the best-selling model of cars in the 1980's up to the 1990's, Mitsubishi have yet again released another model that would sure to revolutionize the industry of motorized vehicles, the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution or Lancer Evo.
The Evolution was originally intended only for Japanese markets, but demand on the "grey import" market led the Evolution series to be offered through RalliArt dealer networks in the United Kingdom and in various European markets from around 1998. Mitsubishi decided to export the eighth generation Evolution to the United States in 2003 after witnessing the success Subaru had in that market with their Impreza WRX, a direct competitor in other global regions.
The 9th Evolution Mitsubishi's most promising model of Lancer Evo is the Lance Evolution IX. Mitsubishi introduced the Lancer Evolution IX in Japan on March 3, 2005, and exhibited the car at the Geneva Motor Show for the European market the same day. The North American markets saw the model exhibited at the New York International Auto Show the following month.
The Philippines had the Evolution IX cars for sale philippines until in August 2008, which was offered in two trims, the entry-level RS offering a 5-speed manual transmission, Brembo 17-in. ventilated discs (4-Pot), Brembo 16-in ventilated drum-in-disc (2-Pot) and almost the same features as to that of the GSR trim in the international version. The MR cars for sale philippines was the top-of-the-line segment, which offers almost the same feature as to that of the MR trim in the international verision. All of them are powered by a l4 2.0 4G63 turbocharged MIVEC engine.
Lancer Evolution IX Wagon A 2,500-piece, limited edition Evolution IX station wagon was released in Japan soon after the sedan's debut. It used the back end of the Lancer Sportback wagon grafted onto the sedan. Two trim models were introduced: the GT with a six-speed manual transmission and the GT-A with a 5-speed automatic. Other than the station wagon rear end, redesigned seats and some chromed trims, the car's interior was the same as the sedan.