2015 Mitsubishi Evolution Final Edition Sold For Staggering $76,400

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2015 Lancer Evolution Final Edition

2015 Lancer Evolution Final Edition

Mitsubishi seized production of the infamous Lancer Evolution and decided to create 1,600 versions of the final piece. The 2015 Mitsubishi Evolution Final Edition has just sold for a staggering $76,400, which is more than double of what the standard Evo X fetches with an MSRP of $37,995. But this is no regular Evo X, this is build number 1,600 of 1,600 from the final edition models.

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Yes, there were a total of 1,600 2015 Mitsubishi Evolution Final Edition models which were sold in the U.S. They offered more power than their JDM versions, with the 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine now producing 303-hp and 305-lf-ft of torque; just 12-hp and 5 lb-ft more.

It might sound ludicrous to shed $76,400 for what’s basically another Evo X with a plate that says it’s a final edition, worse seats than you would get in the Evo X and some Final Edition badges. But that’s not why they are being sold, it’s all about resale value and these one off editions fetch a lot of money later down the road.

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The 2015 Mitsubishi Evolution Final Edition was offered in four different colors; Gray, Blue, Red and White. The final 1,600 Evo was painted in White while the first 0001 of 1,6000 was painted in Red and is placed at a Brooklyn dealer for $88,888 and is still up for sale. You do get Bilstein dampers, Eibach Springs, two-piece Brembo brake rotors upfront, chrome front grille surround, dark chrome finished alloy rims, black-painted aluminum roof, red-stitching and a blacked out center bumper.

 

 

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