The Mitsubishi Lancer VRX is a bit of a bargain in anyone’s book. It has loads of great features included as standard, an excellent safety rating, and plenty of room for everyone.
Style & Drive
The five-seater 2014 Mitsubishi Lancer comes in three different spec levels – the ES ($19,990), LX ($23,990), and the VRX ($29,990). For an extra $2250 you can upgrade to the CTV automatic transmission. (The Lancer Evolution and the Lancer Ralliart are classed separately).
Since its launch in 2007, the design of the Lancer both inside and out hasn’t changed all that much, and it’s starting to look a little dated. The exterior is not unattractive. It just needs a bit of a facelift. The interior of the VRX is simple and practical. The leather-trim seats are comfortable, there is ample leg room both front and back, the front seats are heated, and the driver’s seat has electric adjustment. The boot is a good size – you can fit a full-size pram in there along with a few bags of shopping. A rear-facing car seat can be installed without seriously impacting the front passenger’s leg room.