Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI

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2004 Nissan Cima 450XV

Its been a while since receiving the car from compliance and would like to share a quick review of my import experience of my Nissan Cima.

Ben, thank you for making this experience an easy going and enjoyable process for me. I have always wanted to import a car from Japan, but have been hesitant when i thought of all the possibilities that could go wrong when importing. But your processes and knowledge on importing cars put my mind at ease. It was great that any questions i had were answered promptly and accurately.

2 months on from the car landing in SA and i'm still loving it. I have had no issues or bad surprises and its simply an amazing, good condition machine.

I am more than happy to recommend your service to anyone i know that's interested in importing a car.

- Matthew B South Australia 2004 Nissan Cima 450XV

 

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Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 6 (CP9A)

True to the Evolution philosophy the EVO 6 took the already potent EVO 5 and made minor changes, ever incrementally improving the breed. The EVO 6 mainly focused on improving engine cooling and durability as well as minor tweaks to other elements, and the EVO 6 now received a larger intercooler, larger oil cooler and new piston design, and body work was revised again. The chassis received 130 spot welds and a structural adhesive, and was now stiff enough that it can easily lift a rear wheel under aggressive cornering.

Many people consider the EVO 6 to be one of the rawest cars in the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution history, while not quite as refined as some of its later descendants, driven on the limit the light weight, high power and excellent chassis make the EVO 6 a real race car in street car's clothing.


MODEL LINEUP

Evolution 6 GSR
The standard EVO with Brembo brakes, Recaro seats and Momo airbag steering wheel. This model is allowed for import
Evolution 6 Tommi Makinen Edition
Sometimes referred to as an EVO 6.5 or as a TME. Named after Finnish rally driver Tommi Makinen for winning four WRC driver's championships behind the wheel of Mitsubishi Lancer EVO's, this special edition was released. Changes included a different front bumper, red and black seats with T. Makinen Logo, special Enkei lightweight wheels, leather Momo steering wheel and shift knob, lightweight titanium turbo for greater response, faster turning ratio, lowered suspension and a stiffer chassis. This model is allowed for import
Evolution 6 RS
The model intended for race use. Made 100kg lighter with optional aircon and power windows, no airbags, plus a titanium turbo. 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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