Mitsubishi Lancer 2017
The 2017 Mitsubishi Lancer carries a braked towing capacity of up to 1000 Kg, but check to ensure this applies to the configuration you're considering.
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Mitsubishi Lancer 2017 Reviews
Used Mitsubishi Lancer review: 2007-2018
The CJ Lancer arrived in 2007 with plenty of promise.Compared to the previous model the CJ had fresh looks, a longer wheelbase and wider...
The CJ Lancer arrived in 2007 with plenty of promise.Compared to the previous model the CJ had fresh looks, a longer...
Mitsubishi Lancer 2017 Price and Specs
|Mitsubishi Lancer Model||Body Type||Specs||Price from||Price to|
|GSR Sportback||Hatchback||2.4L ULP CVT AUTO||$12,900||$18,700|
|GSR Sportback||Hatchback||2.4L ULP 5 SP MAN||$12,200||$17,600|
|Black Edition (es)||Sedan||2.0L ULP CVT AUTO||$11,700||$17,160|
|ES Sport||Sedan||2.0L ULP CVT AUTO||$11,200||$16,390|
|ES Sport||Sedan||2.0L ULP 5 SP MAN||$10,100||$15,180|
|GSR||Sedan||2.4L ULP CVT AUTO||$12,900||$18,700|
Mitsubishi Lancer 2017 Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the Mitsubishi Lancer 2017 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Mitsubishi Lancer 2017: At what impact should airbags deploy?
Air-bags deploy according to what force the crash places on the car. There’s no hard and fast rule to this, because no two crashes are the same. So, the sensors that tell the air-bags to deploy take into account the amount of deceleration involved and compare that with a threshold reading to decide whether to deploy the bags or not.
A car travelling at very low speed that noses into a wire-rope barrier, for instance, may not decelerated sufficiently for the bags to go off. But the same car, travelling at the same low speed that is hit by a moving car coming the other way, is much more likely to deploy its air-bags.
And just because the side air-bags have deployed in a crash, doesn’t necessarily mean the front air-bags will also be deployed. Sometimes the front bags will go off in sympathy with the side air-bags, but if there was not sufficient forward deceleration, the front ones should remain intact.
However, the tule of thumb is this: In Australia, air-bags are designed to deploy at speeds above about 25km/h and, in the case of front air-bags, in any impact within roughly 30 degrees of the car’s direction of travel at the time.Show more