Mitsubishi Lancer Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Mitsubishi Lancer reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Mitsubishi Lancer 2008: CVT servicing
You should never cut corners on servicing. Using an independent mechanic, with the correct lubricants, seems a good way to save money.
Used Mitsubishi Lancer review: 2007-2013
It seems the Lancer has been around forever, much like the Toyota Corolla, but unlike the small Toyota it has never commanded a lot of attention from buyers. Those who know recognise it as a solid, ...Read More
Used Mitsubishi Lancer review: 1995-2014
Japanese designed and built to a high quality, Mitsubishi Lancer is at the forefront in the reliability stakes, so has long been popular on the used-car scene in Australia.The Lancer began life as a ...Read More
Mitsubishi Lancer 2010: Is it possible to tamper with the odometer?
Yes, it is possible to rewind the speedo. A 2010 Lancer would be expected to have done between 80,000km and 130,000km on average. If you suspect that a car has had its speedo tampered with you could check the service record and see the dates and the odometer readings from each service to see if the current reading fits the pattern of past use.
Mitsubishi Lancer 2012: Incompatible bluetooth
It's worth checking to see that the car is compatible with your phone before you buy it.
407 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 2008-13 recalled
Mitsubishi has announced a global safety recall on their performance hero, the Lancer Evolution, for a faulty clutch master cylinder on the five-speed H-pattern manual transmission. The defect means ...Read More
Used Mitsubishi Lancer review: 1995-2012
Mitsubishi Lancer is a small to medium Japanese car designed and made to a high quality, making it one of the leaders in the reliability stakes.Read More
Tips to get an EOFY bargain
June 30 is D-Day. The end of the financial year is the best time to buy a new car because there are always special deals in showrooms. As carmakers and dealers aim to clear their outdated stock, ...Read More
Mitsubishi Lancer 2011: Front wheels locking up
With ABS braking the wheels shouldn't be locking under any circumstances. If the ABS is working correctly when you reach the point of lock-up you should be able to feel a pulsation through the brake pedal, which tells you the brakes are being applied and released automatically to keep the wheels from locking up and skidding. It sounds like the system is not working, and you should have it checked.
Mitsubishi Lancer 2010: Dangerous crawl mode
It does sound like a computer related problem, as you say. Go back to the dealer and be assertive, let them know you are not happy and won't go away until the problem is fixed. By all means contact Mitsubishi direct and request the factory get involved.