22nd Dec 2003, 16:12
Replying the comments:
Yes I'm short, I have 1,72m. My legs almost hit the wheel, but they don't and that's why it's OK for me. Maybe that's because this car is from Japan and Japanese people are short also.
About the 0-100 in 7.6s: Of course my car will not make it so fast, because it's almost 10 year old, that time would be for a new one.
2nd Oct 2004, 18:08
I found the specifications for the Lancer GTi!
0-100km/h in 7.6 seconds.
Top speed: 210km/h.
5th Oct 2004, 09:43
I have one Mit Lancer GTi 95 and I have 1,92m. My car is so strong and powerful. Ihave two another cars and this MIT IS MY FAVORITE. I don't change this car for nothing because i'll never found one one who gives me all that this car offers.
16th Oct 2004, 15:07
I just purchase a Mitsubishi 1995 Lancer Gti, a blue one. I'm from Brazil too. It's seems to be a fast car in the second and first gear, but from third to fifth its too slow. My car has more than 170.000, but it was first owned. Please send an e-mail to talk about the car parts that I need. firstname.lastname@example.org.
18th Nov 2005, 11:02
Well, well, well. I own a 1990 Mitsu Lancer GTi. It is the fastest car for a while that I have owned. I bought it on eBay for £92.00, went to Leeds and drove it back after sitting undriven for 2 years, and it came down the M1 like a bullet. I took down an X5 BMW, a 323 BMW, a 200 Kompressor Merc, and was beaten only by an Audi RS6, but as soon as he hit traffic, I was right there.
This car is not for the fainthearted, and this is completely standard. I have big plans for it, so look out for it on www.cardomain.com soon.
Ryan from London.
19th Jan 2006, 08:33
I'd like to know how much this car costs? I saw on the Fipe list (www.fipe.com.br) that the average is R$13.419. Is that real??? Can I find a car in good shape that will cost this?
Another thing that I was wondering is about the maintenance; is it expensive?