2003 Mitsubishi Lancer Rally OZ 2.0 liter from North America
Quick, well-handling, boring japanese rally car
The oxygen sensors made the "check engine light" come on after about 50 miles, after another 1000 miles or so the light mysteriously disappeared. The dealership said he had to order the oxygen sensor that was faulty so when the problem went away I never bothered to get it changed.
Then at 42150 miles the "check engine light" just came on again, I'm going to take it in today to find out what is wrong.
This car just has no "mojo".
The car handles like you would expect a rally car to.
It is quick and nimble.
You sit very high in this car, giving excellent view.
The car is boring, sterile and has no mojo.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 31st October, 2005
5th Nov 2005, 17:43
Could you clarify your use of the word, 'mojo'. What do you mean by that?
4th Jun 2006, 17:16
5th Nov 2007, 15:17
The initial posting was for a lancer rally, which has around 160bhp. The Lancer which is not rally has a 2.0 with 120hp or so, but the rally lancer has a 2.4L engine.
27th Apr 2008, 11:39
NO.. the 2002 Lancer OZ-Rally edition came with the same power plant as the base Lancer. The "Rally-Art" (Mitsubishi's in-house performance brand/shop), edition did not come out in the US until nearly three years later.
Also.. if you wanted mojo.. get a stickshift.. automatics are for buses and girls.
4th Dec 2009, 14:25
The OZ rally is not a rally car. It's a Lancer with the OZ rally nameplate on it.
5th May 2010, 14:16
If you read up on the Lancer Oz, you would find it's called Oz for the wheel package on it, and Ralli for the suspension on it. The power is the same as any other Lancer 2.4l...