How much is an Evo 8 in Australia?
We’re talking $61,990 for a Lancer EVO VIII plus on road costs and insurance — which will cost a pretty penny thanks to the exclusivity and performance of the EVO, and also its appeal to thieves.
How do I know if I have an Evo 8?
If it’s an import then it’s not an FQ model as they were made to FQ spec from a GSR by CCC. The Evo is an MR if it has ridges on the left and right hand side of the roof. I also believe Silver was only sold as a non-MR Evo 8.
What is an Evo worth?
In today’s current market, there are plenty of Lancer Evolutions for sale, however, most of them are far from being stock. But you can find 2003 Lancer EVO’s selling from $15,000 to $25,000, depending on their condition and if they have modifications.
What year is Evo 8 Lancer?
The tenth and final generation of the Lancer Evolution (Evo X) was launched in Japan in 2007, and overseas markets in 2008….Evolution VIII.
|Production||January 2003 – March 2005|
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|Related||Mitsubishi Lancer Seventh generation|
What is the difference between Evo 8 and Evo 8 MR?
Both cars have the new differential. The difference is the MR has an aluminum roof, comes stock with a 6-speed and it comes with the vortex generators on the roof. Oh, and it also comes with Bilstein shocks which makes the ride smoother and makes the car corner better. Oh, and also the MR has BBS wheels.
How much horsepower can a Evo 8 handle?
The factory Evo 8 ignition system is very easily capable of 500 horsepower, but you will need to switch to colder heat range spark plugs.
How much is a 2003 Mitsubishi Evo 8 worth?
2003 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Retail Prices
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How much does a 2003 Evo cost?
2003 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution appraisal values can range from $1,312 – $3,933.
What are the specs of the Mitsubishi Evo VIII FQ400?
Mitsubishi Evo VIII FQ400 specs Car type 4-door saloon Curb weight 1483 kg (3269 lbs) Introduced 2005 Origin country Japan Views 72.8k
What is a Lancer Evo FQ-400?
This Lancer Evo FQ-400 is the product of WRC Developments, with a nod from Mitsubishi’s British importer. The model gets its name from the 403hp (300kW of power) produced – an incredible output from the two-litre, four-cylinder, turbocharged engine. And in a road car.
What is the warranty on a Mitsubishi FQ-400?
As befits its status as an official Mitsubishi Motors UK product, the FQ-400 has undergone extensive reliability testing and is supplied with a three years/36,000 mile manufacturer’s warranty. This exciting flagship can be ordered now from approved Mitsubishi Ralliart dealers.
What is the top speed of the Ford FQ-400?
This is enough to propel the FQ-400 from 0-60mph in an incredible 3.5 seconds and on to a top speed in excess of 175mph. It is a performance that even some of the world’s most exotic supercars struggle to match.