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2019 Mitsubishi Lancer EX Poised and perfect in every way The global automotive industry suffers from a severe competition – the only way to stay afloat is to make cars at the least cost possible and sell them at prices similar to other vehicles of the same size. Segmentation is killing off great cars, and the Lancer Evolution was one of them. Once a flagship offering, Mitsubishi has now discontinued it entirely. All that remains of the wonderful EVO is its compact saloon brother, the Lancer EX. Now new for 2019, this new car is a ray of hope among enthusiasts. While it's true that the exterior has remained unchanged for many years, it still looks thoroughly modern. This was a futuristic look, and now that the future is here, Mitsubishi will probably never update it. The design is quintessentially Japanese – poised and perfect in every way. Whether it is a highway or an art studio, 2019 Lancer EX is inspiration personified. Step inside and the interiors aren’t modern but the aesthetic is timeless. It is still all plastic but the materials have a soft look throughout the cabin. They are dark, but that complements the air of sportiness and sophistication. Thin chrome lines the air conditioning dials – dainty. The CVT gets paddle shifters which are made from magnesium. The touchscreen is small by 2019 standards, but it is mated to a 710 -Watt Rockford Fosgate sound system for exhilarating fun and enjoyment. There are two engine options and three transmission options. You can have the GLS or GLX models with a 1.6-liter engine which makes 117 hp and 154 Nm, with a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed auto. The better engine is the 2.0-liter which makes 150 hp and 197 Nm, but it is only available with the 6-step CVT in GLS, GLX, and GT trims. The GT is the best-equipped and best-looking car of the lot. None of the trims make for a fast car – 0 to 100 km is possible in 10.5 seconds with the 2-liter and 13.6 seconds with the 1.6 engine. This makes the 1.6 - liter variant about as quick as a stick-shift Mirage. But it is better equipped and no more expensive than a Mitsubishi Mirage. Mitsubishi Lancer Features Rain-sensing wipers Adaptive HID headlamps with cornering adjustments Driver and passenger, driver’s knee, side, and curtain airbags (5-star safety rating in 2015) 351L trunk Sunroof 9-Speaker Rockford Fosgate audio Keyless entry, go, trunk release Mitsubishi Lancer Price in UAE Mitsubishi Lancer GLX - 1.6 liter - 41,900 AED Mitsubishi Lancer GLS - 1.6 liter - 59,000 AED Mitsubishi Lancer GLX - 2.0 liter - 45,000 AED Mitsubishi Lancer GLS - 2.0 liter - 60,000 AED Mitsubishi Lancer GT - 2.0 liter - 67,000 AED Mitsubishi Lancer Exterior Mitsubishi Lancer Interior
ANNOUNCEMENT Safety Recall Campaign for Inspection of Engine Auto Tensioner for Mitsubishi Lancer, Outlander and ASX & Replacement of the Sunroof Glass Assembly on Lancer & Outlander In coordination with the Competition & Consumer Protection Department in the Ministry of Economy, Al Habtoor Motors announces a Recall Campaign for a limited number of Mitsubishi Lancer, Outlander and ASX vehicles with the below details which will be effective immediately. United Arab Emirates, Dubai, 18.06.18. Al Habtoor Motors Co LLC, the official distributor of Mitsubishi vehicles in the UAE, have released the following statement: "We regret to inform that (a) Due to the improper design of the auto tensioner, the sliding resistance forces will increase after the degradation over time. This might cause cracks damage on the flange area of auto tensioner if the engine is used under high-load driving repetitively. In worse case, the flange will break and the drive -belt will fall off. This will cause the engine warning light to switch on, loss of power steering force assistance, battery discharging, and engine overheating. (b) Due to prolonged exposure to temperature and humidity, the adhesive strength of the outer frame of the sunroof glass assembly may become weak due to inappropriate resin material. As a result the sunroof glass may detach from the outer frame because of vibration and/or wind pressure during driving and could pose an accident or injury risk to the vehicle occupants and other road users." All repairs related to this recall campaign will be completed free of charge to the customer. (a) A total of 7,227 Mitsubishi Lancer, Outlander and ASX vehicles, Model Code (CYLiA), (CWSW) and (GA2W) are affected in Dubai/Northern Emirates/Abu Dhabi/Al Ain manufactured between January 2008 and December 2012. (b) A total of 6,125 Mitsubishi Lancer and Outlander vehicles, Model Code (CY2A, CYLiA), (CWSW, CW6W) are affected in Dubai/Northern Emirates/Abu Dhabi/Al Ain manufactured between January 2008 and December 2010. No other vehicles are affected. In the interests of delivering the highest standards of Mitsubishi quality and customer care, Al Habtoor Motors LLC (Dubai, Northern Emirates, Abu Dhabi and Al Ain) will contact all customers with affected models to arrange for repairs to be made. Al Habtoor Motors service LLC requests affected customers to contact the customer Service Center on the following: Timing: Saturday to Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. E-mall: [email protected] We regret any Inconvenience this may cause and thank our customers for their patience. Ministry of Economy Hotline No: 600 522 225