Was the Evo 8 sold in the US?
All Evo VIII RS models sold in the US have an air conditioning system. The 2005 MR/RS editions came with an aluminum roof….Evolution VIII.
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How many Evo 8 are there?
Registered. According to our very own buyer’s guide, the total number of (presumably) world-wide Evo VIII MRs produced was 3,000. This is in comparison with 5,000 VI TMEs, 7,000 VIs and 5,000 VIIIs. The VII seems to have been produced in greatest numbers at 10,000.
What is a 2003 Evo 8 worth?
2003 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Retail Prices
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When did the Evo 8 come out?
More than 10,000 cars were sold in the United States. Feb 2004 saw the release of Evo VIII MR, whose name meant “Minor Revision” – no, actually “Mitsubishi Racing”. Its turbocharging system was tuned to deliver stronger high-rev output (though still quoted 280 hp) and a little more torque again.
What is a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 8?
The Evolution VIII was the eighth iteration of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution. Introduced in 2003, the Evolution VIII was the first Lancer The Evolution VIII was the eighth iteration of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution.
What kind of engine does a Mitsubishi Evo VIII have?
As was standard for Evolution models, the Evo VIII was an all wheel drive sedan powered by a 2.0L turbocharged inline four engine. A range of variants such as the RS, GSR, and MR were offered for the Evo VIII, which was in production until 2005. The Evolution VIII was replaced by the Mitsubishi Evolution IX.
How much horsepower does a Mitsubishi MR Evolutions have?
The UK models were reworked by Mitsubishi UK, in accordance with previous MR Evolutions bearing the FQ badge. Options for the UK Evolutions were expected to be between 300 hp (224 kW) and 360 hp (268 kW). Two versions of the car are offered in the U.S.
Is the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII MR a rally car?
” There’s no mistaking the Lancer Evo VIII MR (“Mitsubishi Racing” version) for anything other than a rally-bred sedan born to do four-wheel drifts around corners.