Mit­subishi GSR/ EVO I-X/ RVR

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Con­sid­er­ing that most Mit­subishi EVOs didn’t come here via of­fi­cial chan­nels, Aus­tralia has amassed a good ar­ray of these Lancer-based road-rock­ets. Pre-2000 model cars are scarce but as yet aren’t com­mand­ing big money. $20,000 buys some in­vest­ment po­ten­tial. Tommi Maki­nen [TME] ver­sions were built in RS or GSR form and 100 were al­lo­cated to Aus­tralia with cur­rent val­ues well above those for cars that ar­rived as used im­ports, The EVO VII in­tro­duced au­to­matic trans­mis­sion and those cars are gen­er­ally cheaper than man­u­als. EVO IX and lo­cally-sold EVO X mod­els are fre­quently ad­ver­tised at $40,000 but a packed mar­ket sees sales at $30-35,000. RVR Hyper­gears with EVO III me­chan­i­cals are in­ter­est­ing and even cheaper than the sadly ig­nored GSR sedan.

GSR $6500 [4] EVO I-V1 $19,515 [16] EVO 6.5 Maki­nen $29,615 [7] EVO VII-VIII $21,835 [39] EVO IX-X $34,145 [41] RVR Hyper­gear $5735 [3]

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