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Keyless entry and starting are standard on Ralliart
Most desirable options include a...hard drive-based navigation and audio system
Kelley Blue Book
Those with more than a passing interest in car audio systems will probably want to spring for the upgraded Rockford Fosgate system
Both the 2010 Ralliart and Evo come very well equipped. 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. New for 2010 is the 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.
Kelley Blue Book feels that, among other options, the "most desirable options include a...hard drive-based navigation and audio system." In Ralliart models, getting the Recaro seat upgrade requires a $2,750 option package that also includes HID headlamps and a bassy Rockford Fosgate premium sound system. Edmunds recommends the upgrade, calling the stock sound system "merely passable." However, even with the upgraded system, Edmunds says it lacks true iPod integration.
ConsumerGuide notes that the navigation system "absorbs the audio controls, complicating their use." However, they also acknowledge that their critique "is admittedly nit picking, and in all fairness, most other navigation systems are equally annoying."
The 2010 Mitsubishi Ralliart and Evolution aren't as tech-laden as luxury sport sedans, but they're respectably equipped.