Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V

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2002 Honda Civic Type R

Hi Ben,

I just picked up the car this morning and registered it, no problems at Vicroads at all. Just want to say thank you for all your help. I'm very happy with the car and your service. Well worth the wait and i'll be sure to hit you up again if I want to purchase another car in the future :)

Thanks! Take care

- Peter N VIC, Australia 2002 Honda Civic Type R

 

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Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 5 (CP9A)

The first CP9A chassis type Lancer Evolution, the EVO 5 was built with Group A rally class rules in mind. Fender flares were added to allow greater track and wider 17 inch wheels, and suspension was completely reworked. An adjustable aluminium rear wing was now included, and Brembo brakes, Recaro seats and a Momo airbag steering wheel were included with most models.

EVO 5 power was now at 208kW (280hp) and weight was kept low true to the EVO racing heritage, making for a very quick car indeed.


MODEL LINEUP

Evolution 5 GSR
The standard EVO with Brembo brakes, Recaro seats and Momo airbag steering wheel. This model is allowed for import
Evolution 5 RS
The model intended for race use. Made 100kg lighter with optional aircon and power windows, no airbags, plus other changes. So strong is Mitsubishi's assumption that the RS is for race use it comes with standard Mitsubishi Cedia seats and brakes since for competition use these parts would be replaced according to the owner's wishes and requirements. This model is not allowed for import

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