The 2011 Mitsubsubishi EVO 10 is an awesome all-around vehicle.
With all the tech available to get the most out of the EVO, this is one of the best entry-level SUV choices in the world.
With its low prices and high reliability, the EVo 10 is a bargain.
The EVO series is known for its ability to deliver incredible driving dynamics, handling and performance, and this is no exception.
The Mitsubishis first SUV, the Evo X, was a solid, safe, and comfortable vehicle that could handle a lot of daily driving.
Now, we’re going to see how well this new generation Mitsubischis new vehicle holds up in the long run.
We’ll be driving the 2011 EVO10 to the grocery store and we’ll see how the Mitsubis new entry-line compares to the rest of the field.
First Impressions: The 2011 EVOs best selling point is its fuel economy.
It offers up a claimed 33 mpg, or 28.4 mpg city, 32 mpg highway.
The 2013 EVO is expected to do even better.
While the 2013 EVOs claimed 35 mpg and 28.2 mpg on the highway, it is now expected to get a whopping 31.4 and 28 mpg respectively on the same highway.
This should help make the 2013 Mitsubisan an all-rounder.
In addition to the improved fuel economy, the 2011 Evo10 has been improved with the addition of front and rear air bags, as well as a wider and higher seat height.
We were able to get our hands on a few of these features and were impressed.
It’s clear the engineers at Mitsubisa took a lot out of this SUV.
Inside, the interior has a few new touches to it.
It has more room for passengers, as compared to the previous model, and there is more legroom.
There are also new front seats and more leg room for both men and women.
The seats are comfortable and offer a comfortable seating position, which is nice for a sporty SUV.
The exterior of the 2011 car is also updated with a new front bumper, as seen in the photos below.
The interior has also been updated with more leg space and a wider driver’s seat, as pictured below.
On the passenger side of the car, there is a new infotainment system with Bluetooth connectivity, as we see in the pictures below.
We also see that the center stack has been widened for better visibility, as opposed to the 2013 model.
The 2015 Mitsubisha also gets a bit of a makeover.
The new design is now more sporty and looks like a sports car.
The top end of the 2015 Mitsubsuis body looks like an all sports car with plenty of room to fit passengers.
This is something the 2011 model lacked.
On top of this, the new infodrive adds a new screen and has Bluetooth connectivity.
The infotanis features are still the same, but it has a bigger screen, a bigger speaker, and has a better touchscreen.
The rear seats have been raised as well, as has the passenger seat.
Both of these changes make the car feel more like a sportier vehicle, especially when compared to previous years models.
What do you think?
Is the new Mitsubistan a great vehicle for the money?
Are the changes in the 2015 EVO lineup enough to make this a better buy?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.