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a fully loaded MR Touring ends just about where the 335i begins
Ralliart comes with a 60/40 split-folding rear seat--a feature not available on the Evolution
optional Rockford Fosgate unit cranked out clean sound, regardless of our musical choice
They've even put a powered sunroof in the thing -- a first for an aluminum-roofed Evo.
There's no lack of features in the 2012 Lancer Ralliart and Evolution--even though the focus of their equipment tends toward performance, not luxury items. 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, though.
The Evo GSR is somewhat more basic, with a five-speed manual, while the Evolution MR upgrades to the twin-clutch gearbox, a slightly more compliant suspension, better wheels, and HID headlamps, plus other extras like remote start and the FAST hands-free entry system.
Options include a navigation system with real-time traffic data, plus a FUSE connectivity system with voice command; the system allows 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.
While the interiors of the 2012 Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart and Evolution aren't luxurious, they do pack in a lot of high-tech features, conveniences, and upgrades.