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The 2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart and Evolution get much needed connectivity improvements this year; Ralliart models in particular are a strong value for the money.
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a fully loaded MR Touring ends just about where the 335i begins
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Ralliart comes with a 60/40 split-folding rear seat--a feature not available on the Evolution
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optional Rockford Fosgate unit cranked out clean sound, regardless of our musical choice
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They've even put a powered sunroof in the thing -- a first for an aluminum-roofed Evo.
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Both the 2011 Ralliart and Evo come surprisingly better-equipped than their racy, tuner-car look and feel might suggest. Fog lamps, a hands-free entry system, a trip computer, automatic climate control, Bluetooth, leather trim, and aluminum pedals are all standard on the Ralliart. The Evolution MR upgrades to the twin-clutch gearbox, a slightly more compliant suspension, better wheels, and HID headlamps, plus other extras like the FAST hands-free entry system. At the top of the lineup is the Lancer Evolution MR Touring, which also gets new heated leather sport seats, a power sunroof, and other appearance boosts. Remote engine start and a nav system with music storage are among the options on all Ralliart and Evo models.

New for 2011, the Lancer Ralliart and Evo can be optioned with the new FUSE Hands-Free Link System—allowing users to connect their Bluetooth phones, iPod, or USB drive and access calling functions or music with voice commands. A Gracenote service automatically identifies artists and track names. The available navigation system now also includes real-time traffic data.

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The 2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart and Evolution get much needed connectivity improvements this year; Ralliart models in particular are a strong value for the money.

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