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Old 12-04-2006, 06:59 PM   #1
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Default Japanese First Drive: 2007 Mitsubishi Evolution IX MR (Edmunds.com)

One last ride in an old friend, the Evo IX
By Peter Lyon



This 2007 Mitsubishi Evo IX MR is like the ultimate PlayStation2, the final tune-up of a now familiar gaming platform. Even as the line already begins to form for the Evo X as if it were PlayStation3 (though we don't expect Mitsubishi to even show us this all-new car until the Tokyo Motor Show next fall), the 2007 Mitsubishi Evo IX MR has been given a few last tweaks from the hands of the Zen masters at Mitsubishi's Okazaki proving grounds near Nagoya, Japan.

Same turbo power, better throttle control
There have been 14 different Evo models over the course of the last 14 years, and the car has slowly evolved from a gravel-friendly clone of Mitsubishi's entry in the World Rally Championship into a high-speed pavement racer tuned at the Nürburgring circuit in Germany. Now this final calibration of the competition-ready Evo IX MR strikes us as a dedicated street racer, a more maneuverable car destined for track day events instead of hair-raising laps of the Nordschleife.

When variable valve timing was adapted to Mitsubishi's intercooled, turbocharged, DOHC 2.0-liter inline-4 for the 2006 Mitsubishi Evo IX, it became a lot easier to put the power of the famous 4G63 engine to good use in everyday driving. For the 2007 Mitsubishi Evo IX, the peak output of this latest engine calibration remains the same as before at 286 horsepower at 6,500 rpm and the torque rating is also unchanged at 289 pound-feet at 3,500 rpm, but a number of tiny tweaks have delivered the kind of throttle control that pavement racers want.

To begin with, slightly revised turbine and compressor wheels help the turbocharger spool up quicker, building boost lower in the engine's rpm range than before. With a slightly different spark curve and a new fuel delivery profile burned into the engine's electrical control unit, the result is quicker, cleaner throttle response at low rpm plus improved fuel-efficiency.

More magic in the corners
Every time we've driven a new Evo generation over the past few years, the Mitsubishi engineers claim that they've reached the limit with their tuning of the car's Active Yaw Control (AYC), which determines the calibration of the Evo's center differential. But just like race mechanics in the World Rally Championship, they've altered the Evo IX's setup yet again in order to deliver 10-percent more power to the outside rear wheel during cornering.

To match the AYC change, the suspension setup also has been changed. As before, the MR is the only model of the Evo IX to carry Bilstein dampers, and this high-pressure gas-charged design affords precise control even for small suspension movement. New Eibach springs are now 25-percent stiffer than before and also reduce the ride height by 10mm. And, finally, an even stickier version of the 235/45WR-17 Yokohama ADVAN tires are fitted to the MR's lightweight, forged-aluminum BBS wheels.

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When we let loose this newest Evo IX on the track, its performance was jaw-dropping. Hit the brakes hard and feel the front four-piston Brembo calipers do their work, match the engine revs to bring this clean-shifting six-speed transmission down into 2nd gear, cut the steering wheel toward the corner, and whoa the Evo IX pivots sharply toward the apex. All that engine torque directed to the outside rear wheel makes the front end of the MR tuck right into corners far quicker than before.

Even if you go into a corner too hot, taking the MR beyond the limits of adhesion and making its tires scramble for grip, just lay your foot into the gas and let the all-wheel-drive chassis do its work. The mechanical limited-slip differential between the rear wheels and the helical limited-slip between the front wheels work together to help the tires hook up, stabilizing the car's cornering attitude, and then the MR tracks straight to the exit without a wobble. A new, more effective front airdam also adds a little front downforce to further help the car track straight and true.

A taxicab we can live with
Aside from the front airdam, there are no appearance differences between this evolutionary Evo IX and the previous model, and it still looks like a cross between a taxicab, a Nike running shoe and a Gundam robot.

The Evo's interior also remains largely the same, basic and bland. No plush leather, soft-touch switches or ergonomic niceties. Well, there are now black instrument faces for the speedometer and tachometer. And the Recaro seats are new, although you'll probably not even notice.

For all this, the revised Evo seems to drive very well on the street. Despite the stiffer springs, the ride quality actually feels better than before, in Japan at least.

The Mitsubishi Evo has come a long way in 14 years and this revised Evo IX is the best yet. One Mitsubishi engineer told me that he and his colleagues wanted this car to finish its life on a high note, and they worked hard to extract every last bit of engine response and cornering traction from the package.

It makes you wonder just how much better the Mitsubishi Evo X will be. Maybe I'll get in line for one right now, just in case.

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Old 12-04-2006, 07:07 PM   #2
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Considering Peter Lyon past articles on Evolution, this article is based on the Japanese-spec Evo (also apparent if you look at the rear bumper, which US-spec Evos do not have).
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Sigh...make me want to go drive my Evo right now.

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Old 12-04-2006, 07:18 PM   #4
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Sigh...make me want to go drive my Evo right now.

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Ha ha! LOL! Go take 'er for a spin Dave! I'm looking forward to seeing your new car in action next season!
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Old 12-04-2006, 07:21 PM   #5
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Ha ha! LOL! Go take 'er for a spin Dave! I'm looking forward to seeing your new car in action next season!
nice 1/4 stock times dude!
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Old 12-04-2006, 07:27 PM   #6
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nice 1/4 stock times dude!
Thanks. So as to not take this thread off topic, you can read more about my trip to the track here: http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=979781
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+1

But, she's sleeping peacefully for the winter and won't come out to play again until April.

However, I'll have a few goodies waiting for the old girl when she does finally wake up...
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Old 12-04-2006, 08:57 PM   #8
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Considering Peter Lyon past articles on Evolution, this article is based on the Japanese-spec Evo (also apparent if you look at the rear bumper, which US-spec Evos do not have).
you are correct...

it is the

Japanese First Drive: 2007 Mitsubishi Evolution IX MR

http://www.edmunds.com/insideline/do...ticleId=117712
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Old 12-05-2006, 07:25 PM   #9
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you are correct...

it is the

Japanese First Drive: 2007 Mitsubishi Evolution IX MR

http://www.edmunds.com/insideline/do...ticleId=117712
Thanks! Edited title.

Does anyone know if the '07 USDM Evo will receive this revised version of the AYC?
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So... Is anyone actually planning on buying one prior to them being discounted down to nothing when the Evo X launches?
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So... Is anyone actually planning on buying one prior to them being discounted down to nothing when the Evo X launches?
I'd buy one if I had the money...Don't really like the X much. yet....
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So... Is anyone actually planning on buying one prior to them being discounted down to nothing when the Evo X launches?
Do you honestly think there's going to be any IXs left by the time the X hits?

I'd be willing to bet dealers are sold out by next spring/summer at the latest.
(unless, of course, some dealers decide to keep the ridiculous mark-ups that seem to be par for the course out on the West Coast... )
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Do you honestly think there's going to be any IXs left by the time the X hits?
It's possible. I saw dealers around here dumping Evo VIII's at the end of 2003 for ~26K. However, I've also seen dealers around here add the infamous 'market adjustment', bringing the price of a GSR to ~35K. Jerks.

I loved driving my Evo, but hated going into the dealer for anything. Hopefully, Mitsu addressed some of the niggling problems I had with the VIII, eliminating the need for me to go see the chuckleheads at the dealer.
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It's possible. I saw dealers around here dumping Evo VIII's at the end of 2003 for ~26K. However, I've also seen dealers around here add the infamous 'market adjustment', bringing the price of a GSR to ~35K. Jerks.
Here's the problem with what you said--at the end of 2003, they were still producing Evos. Evo IX production ended in August, from what I've been reading on various Evo message boards. Evo X production won't begin until roughly a year from now. The cars at the Mitsubishi dealerships are pretty much the last batches, with fewer and fewer coming seeing how they are no longer made. I'd say three months from now, all new Evo IXs will be sold, maybe even sooner.
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I loved driving my Evo, but hated going into the dealer for anything. Hopefully, Mitsu addressed some of the niggling problems I had with the VIII, eliminating the need for me to go see the chuckleheads at the dealer.
Like any other import car (specifically WRXs, STIs and Evos), it depends on the dealership. There are a few dealerships in my area that are pretty lenient with warranty issues with a few mods here and there. Also, a lot of the earliest problems with the '03 VIIIs were addressed with the '04s and again with the '05s, and the '06 IXs are damn near bulletproof. Very few problems have been reported with them. Mine is just shy of 11k miles, so far, so good.
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Like any other import car (specifically WRXs, STIs and Evos), it depends on the dealership.
Agreed. It bums me out that there aren't any good dealerships around here. I kept my VIII stock to avoid the infamous dealer heartache and they still denied what should have been warranty work. The #1 reason I sold the car was a crappy local dealer network. I'm not familiar with the Evo platform like I am the Scoobies and was hesitant to tear into the car on my own.
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The thing is though... Anyone who really, really wanted an EVO and could afford one probably already has an VIII. Very few people who already have an VIII are going to trade it on an IX when they know the X is coming.

So that leaves uninformed buyers who just found out about the EVO and "have to have one right now," and people who can newly afford and want an EVO but don't like the X. Well, and people who hate Daimler-Chrysler and want to get the last "pure" Mitsubishi EVO.

So yeah, I think there will be a fair number left, even with the big delay between the end of IX production, and the launch of the X.
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i have a VIII, never considered selling it for a IX. but i will say this, its pretty sick how much you don't have to spend to be fast.
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The thing is though... Anyone who really, really wanted an EVO and could afford one probably already has an VIII. Very few people who already have an VIII are going to trade it on an IX when they know the X is coming.
True, but that argument isn't always valid. Why get the Evo X when you can get the Evo XI in another year or two afterward? Especially when the Evo X is an all-new platform that will have a few bugs to be worked out?
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So that leaves uninformed buyers who just found out about the EVO and "have to have one right now," and people who can newly afford and want an EVO but don't like the X. Well, and people who hate Daimler-Chrysler and want to get the last "pure" Mitsubishi EVO.
That's the truth. But it's not necessarily because people don't like the Evo X, but like you said, it's the last "pure" Evo based on a tried-and-true platform. The 4G63 engine is bulletproof and has been improved time and time again from generation to generation. The MIVEC heads alone (considering not just the difference between a stock VIII and a stock IX but the ridiculously easily exploitable potential) have gotten a surprising number of VIII owners to get IXs. The Evo X's engine, however, is supposed to be all-aluminum. While everything at this point is pretty much speculation, its modability is yet to be seen.
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I've always liked the evo and test drove an Evo IX MR last month. Great car but several issues that bugged me enough not to turn me against my set dream of an STi in summer 2007. I'm not sure how the new look is really going to sit with me until I see one in person. Are they changing much more then just the appearance?
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I've always liked the evo and test drove an Evo IX MR last month. Great car but several issues that bugged me enough not to turn me against my set dream of an STi in summer 2007. I'm not sure how the new look is really going to sit with me until I see one in person. Are they changing much more then just the appearance?
Out of curiosity, what were those "several issues"?

Anyway, other than the exterior, the engine is supposed to be an all-new platform that is all-aluminum, or at least has an aluminum block. While all Mitsubishi really says is that the upcoming motor will be 300+ hp, I remember a couple threads here stating claims of around 320 hp. The LSD systems are supposed to be upgrades that are noticeably better than the current ACD and Super AYC. Mitsubishi fitted the Evo X's drivetrain to a recent Evo and drove it in the snow against another recent Evo, and the Evo X drivetrain-equipped model was doing a better job.
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The thing is though... Anyone who really, really wanted an EVO and could afford one probably already has an VIII. Very few people who already have an VIII are going to trade it on an IX when they know the X is coming.

So that leaves uninformed buyers who just found out about the EVO and "have to have one right now," and people who can newly afford and want an EVO but don't like the X. Well, and people who hate Daimler-Chrysler and want to get the last "pure" Mitsubishi EVO.

So yeah, I think there will be a fair number left, even with the big delay between the end of IX production, and the launch of the X.
not exactly true, many evolution VIII owners that i know within this regard are upgrading to the IX because its potential with the MIVEC and final tuning iterations for this last gen evolution. the car is sharper then most of the iterations before it. whats keeping people from the X right now besides its availaiblity at the moment is that people are unsure how the car will be. no doubt if the car is a success people will be trading in their VIII & IX's for the X. this has happened when the IX was released here in the states people were unsure about the MIVEC and didn't want to upgrade at all. now that potential has been harnessed many VIII owners traded up. sure some are waiting for the X. however this is the trend as of right now.

only thing i can tell you about your wait for the car is to test drive all cars you have in mind. if your planning to mod, i can attest that the evolution platform is very receptable to mods, however if you want more of a comfortable ride i will tell you to stick with subaru. enjoy!
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Out of curiosity, what were those "several issues"?
I'm a tall person and after setting the seat back to were I was comfortable, I could not reach the adjustment to lean the seat back section because the side of the car was right in the way. I had to have the person in the back seat adjust it lol. The MR also had the gauge pack located down by the shifter... which ment while driving you could not see boost levels or anything like that without taking your eye completely off the road and looking down below the radio/moving my hand off the shifter so I could see the gauge. The interior... awsome seats despite my first "issue" but the interior was to "blah" for me. I'm not a fan of carbon fibre trim on everything and the MR has it EVERYWHERE. The colour of the dash lighting is also to dull for me. I like the bright warm red glow of the STi dash cluster. I'm into performance and appearance... the Evo has awsome performance but some of the appearance left me wanting more. Exterior wise I love it... but obviously I would be inside when driving. Still a great car though. I drifted an uphill corner sideways and scared the crap out of the salesman heh.
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I'm a tall person and after setting the seat back to were I was comfortable, I could not reach the adjustment to lean the seat back section because the side of the car was right in the way. I had to have the person in the back seat adjust it lol. The MR also had the gauge pack located down by the shifter... which ment while driving you could not see boost levels or anything like that without taking your eye completely off the road and looking down below the radio/moving my hand off the shifter so I could see the gauge. The interior... awsome seats despite my first "issue" but the interior was to "blah" for me. I'm not a fan of carbon fibre trim on everything and the MR has it EVERYWHERE. The colour of the dash lighting is also to dull for me. I like the bright warm red glow of the STi dash cluster. I'm into performance and appearance... the Evo has awsome performance but some of the appearance left me wanting more. Exterior wise I love it... but obviously I would be inside when driving. Still a great car though. I drifted an uphill corner sideways and scared the crap out of the salesman heh.
Relocating the guages is a free, 15 minute fix, and one the vast majority of Evo MR owners do as their first "mod".

As for the others, well, I can't help you...

Personally, I don't mind the Evo's interior at all, considering. Surprising too, as after all the negatives I'd heard about it, the first time I actually sat it one I didn't find it unappealing.

Then again, I wasn't buying this car for the interior.

The only thing I truly dislike is the dash - not only is it not as vibrant and clear as the ones in the STI, but they tend to wash out at the mearest hint of light (which can be rather disconcerting).
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