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New Design Brings Apple Car Play in Mitsubishi Lancer for the Very First Time



Better late than never.

Mitsubishi may have executed off the Lancer Evolution wear vehicle, yet the standard ol’ Lancer is still kicking, and now it has a couple of additional traps up its sleeve.

The 2017 Mitsubishi Lancer now has another trim level – Limited Edition. The objective of this trim is to offer extra tech and styling components at a moderate value point. It’s situated quite recently over the base Lancer ES, and it’s estimated at $19,795, which is $2,000 over the ES with a manual transmission.

Styling updates are restricted in extension, yet they include a touch of animosity. The 16-inch wheels, grille trim, bumper trim, entryway mirrors and rooftops are altogether painted dark. There’s likewise another Limited Edition identification on the storage compartment, and in addition a sunroof. You can get a Limited Edition in any outside shading offered to other Lancer trims.

Inside, the Limited Edition has its own particular one of a kind outline. The seat texture is dark, and red complexity sewing stretches out of the directing wheel, stopping brake, move handle, entryway trim and focus armrest. The main event is dark, and there’s an arrangement of aluminum pedals tucked at the foot well.

Maybe the most fascinating expansion to the 2017 Lancer Limited Edition is Mitsubishi’s 6.5-inch infotainment framework. It brings both Apple Car Play and Android Auto to the Lancer interestingly – in the US, its usage has up to this point been constrained to the Mirage and Outlander.

The Lancer Limited Edition ought to arrive at dealerships in the not so distant future.