1994 Lancia Delta HF 2.0 turbo from Greece


If you've got her, you are always smiling


The air conditioning fan's electric circuit has failed twice.

General Comments:

This car is extremely quick with very good brakes and good handling. However, you must always have in your mind that 290 Nm of torque is available at the front wheels.

The quality of the plastic parts is not great, but the mechanical parts are very reliable.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know

Review Date: 26th August, 2001

1st Nov 2002, 06:40

When you think about it, not many Lancia's are in the UK which is disappointing. They are lovely cars, and should have had more reviews.

1st Oct 2004, 03:49

I own a Delta HF "Integrale" and think that in comparison to the LEGEND this '98 model has no fun part what so ever...

1994 Lancia Delta Integrale Monte Carlo EvoII 2.0 from UK and Ireland


A classic supercar



General Comments:

This is the most amazing driver's car available, even today on a twisty back road, more modern Imprezas and Lancer Evos would be hard pressed to live with it.

The high back Recaros are far more comfortable and supportive than the seats in the Evo 1.

This car is a classic and will always remain so.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 17th December, 2000

1994 Lancia Delta Integrale EVO II 2.0 16v turbo petrol from UK and Ireland


For great looks and blistering performance you can't go wrong


I have had a new alternator fitted, new relays for the air conditioning and new sensors around the engine/exhaust system.

General Comments:

This car is just fantastic! It can be used as a regular commuting car, a weekend car or just as an outright performance car.

Being a left hand drive is no put-off.

Slight modifications include: - Sports adjustable suspension (Koni), 16 inch alloy wheels, sports exhaust (no cat converter but still takes unleaded).

In yellow, which shows the car's powerful/agressive looks.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 2nd July, 2000

2nd Oct 2001, 19:00

My Integrale Evo 1 will also do just over 100Kms with 20 litres of fuel when driving it hard most of the time. I think that's around 12mpg! Expensive habit, but the buzz from the acceleration is worth it >:)