Becomes expensive when fully optioned Mitsubishi has introduced the CH range of upgrades from the Lancer sedan into the wagon line-up which was last on sale in Australia in late 2003. The frontal styling from the sedan has been adopted and the VR-X Sportswagon has a sportier look compared to the base ES specced version, with larger cut outs in the grille, and a front air dam with fog lights and side skirts. The external mirrors are colour coded to the rest of the body and darkened glass [Mitsubishi call Privacy glass] is from the rear doors back.
The VR-X sits lower to the ground thanks to the sports suspension and 16 inch alloy wheels with Yokohama performance tyres round out the external changes.
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The wagon range starts with the base ES which is priced at $21,990 for the manual version. The VR-X Sportswagon tested is priced at $…
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