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(merged) All about MITSUBISHI LANCER GT 2.0 155hp

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 Author| Post time 8-8-2007 12:31 AM | Show all posts
ashyer: if 9 yrs.. int round 2.5%

takumi.. i'allah minggu depan..

woh_getoh = buah getah .. dulu aku masa kecik2 suka main laga buah nih.. hehhe.. org ganu..
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Post time 8-8-2007 01:02 AM | Show all posts
pergh.. ko tak tido lagi ke?..
esok tak noreh kee bang?.. hehehe..

minggu depan bagi review keter baru kaw kaw nyer aar..
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 Author| Post time 8-8-2007 01:05 AM | Show all posts
aku br abis basuh pinggan ni ha.. maklumla single parent.. bini aku duk jauh hehe.. anak aku yg kecik tu baru tido tu ha.. baju skolah kakak dia blom gosok lagi isyyy.. giler la hehehhe...
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Post time 8-8-2007 01:29 AM | Show all posts
keta ni.. klau tgk dr depan tu kira dah ok.. tp kalo tgk dr blkg tu... x brp berkonan dek ati gua
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Post time 8-8-2007 08:25 AM | Show all posts
model CBU lancer ni lebih murah drp civic ... 2.0

[quote][/quote]Mitsubishi Lancer 2.0GTini diimport sepenuhnya (CBU) dari Jepun serta disasarkan kepada merekayang meminati kereta sedan berprestasi dan bergaya sporty tanpamengetepikan kualiti,
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 Author| Post time 8-8-2007 08:50 AM | Show all posts
mmg la bro waksir.. aku dah reveal awal2 lagi dah tang rege tuh hehehhe.. cuma makin dikurang kan.. dulu target rm118.. la ni..rm116
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 Author| Post time 8-8-2007 10:33 AM | Show all posts
gambo launching mlm tadi..


(credits to paultan)..

selebihnya boleh tgk kat blog dia.. video pon ada..

http://paultan.org/archives/2007/08/08/mitsubishi-lancer-20-gt-in-malaysia/#comments
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Post time 8-8-2007 10:58 AM | Show all posts

Reply #107 woh_getoh's post

The Sun (sokabo pree) ada iklan Lancer baru ni.... one full page...

Copek la copek sape yg nak booking tu... lambat2 benor nanti stok abis... hehehe
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 Author| Post time 8-8-2007 11:20 AM | Show all posts
aku dengar pg ni.. dah ada sales agent yg main under table punya.. kalo nak cepat kete.. adoi.. aparraaa.. diorang ni suka sgt take advantage kalo brg laku.. sapa nak cepat.. kena bayo "service fee" lebih sket..cesss.. nasib baik aku dah book...
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Post time 8-8-2007 11:26 AM | Show all posts

Credit to paul tan

The Mitsubishi Lancer 2.0 GT was launched yesterday, and I managed to attend the public launch thanks to an invite from EON Automart Sdn Bhd - thank you Ellis!

This latest entrant into the coveted C-segment market is a fully imported CBU unit from Japan. Now you might expect it to be abit pricey because of this - just look at the price of the other C-segment CBU Japan car - the Mazda 3.
Rumours of a sub-120K ringgit price seemed to indicate a CBU from another ASEAN country. But Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia truly surprised us all with an aggressively lower price of RM 115,980 OTR with insurance for a CBU Japan car!
Anyway, lets get down to what the Lancer offers other than a competitive price. The new Lancer is bigger than the previous model, which might give us a clue on why Mitsubishi decided to call it the Galant Fortis in Japan instead of the Lancer - Japan normally classifies cars according to dimensions. The 2007 Mitsubishi Lancer is only available in one trim level for Malaysia - the Lancer 2.0 GT.

The Lancer 2.0 GT packs 155PS at 6,000rpm and 199Nm of torque at 4,250rpm under its hood. I will not go into further details on the engine here, please read my previous detailed post on the 4B11 engine for more details. Its a must read for those who are slightly more geek-inclined. The Lancer 2.0 GT is only available with the INVECS-III CVT transmission in Malaysia, so stick shift fans will be slightly disappointed. However, it makes up for it somewhat with 6 virtual gears that you can cycle through with the steering-mounted magnesium paddle shifters. Suspension consists of a MacPherson strut setup at the front and a multi-link setup at the rear.

The feature list is impressive. You have a full sporty bodykit complete with a rear wing thats not too large in my opinion, and youve got huge 18 inch alloy wheels. One thing I noticed is that despite 18 inch wheels, fender gap is still very noticeable, so for the best aesthetics most will be looking to lowering the car.

On the interior, you have a 6-disc in-dash CD changer with a 6-speaker audio system, steering wheel audio controls, and fully automatic single zone air conditioning. No cruise control though. The interior is done up in a nice dark grey colour with geometric check trim panels - I suspect some enterprising people will be developing carbon fiber replacement panels for these soon - could possibly look really nice.

Unlike the LCD and push-button interface for automatic air conditioning that most cars have, the Lancers dash design looks like your conventional three-knob manual air conditioning control at first glance - but it is in fact automatic. Operation of the auto air conditioning looked intuitive to me, simply push one of the knobs to activate automatic climate control for the set temperature.

The meter panel consists of two large meters (speedo and RPM) flanking a small multi-information display LCD that lights up with red lettering. The multi-information display can show a few screens with information such as average speed and fuel consumption, engine coolant temperature and odometer, distance until empty and odometer, as well as a maintenance schedule record.

The Mitsubishi Lancer 2.0 GT comes with sporty leather seats - the leather used is Nappa leather which is a premium leather, none of that PVC fake leather stuff. According to Wikipedia, Nappa leather is a full-grain leather, typically dyed, made from unsplit kid-, lamb- or sheep-skin, and noted for softness and durability. It is often used in high-quality leather products such as high-end furniture and accessories such as wallets and luggage. The front seat is height adjustable, while the rear bench has an arm rest with two cupholders built into it, and the whole bench can be folded down in a 60:40 split in case you require more storage capacity.

The Lancer 2.0 GTs front seats have sensors built into them - these work hand in hand with the SRS airbag system, feeding the airbag deployment logic data on the drivers seat position and the front passengers weight. Other than the two front SRS airbags, the Lancer 2.0 GT also has anti-lock brakes and electronic brakeforce distribution, however there is no form of electronic stability control.

The rear boot has 400 liters of storage capacity, and while I could not find any handle to open the boot from the rear, there is a boot lid release button on the remote control that you can press if you need access to the boot without having to pull the boot release lever from inside the car.

The Mitsubishi Lancer 2.0 GT is only available in four colours - Cool Silver Metallic, Medium Purplish Gray Mica, Red Metallic, and Black Mira. The Lancer comes with a 5-year or 100,000km warranty, with free maintenance for the first 3 years or 50,000km.

Have a look at two videos after the jump, as well as more photos of the Lancer.
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Since the new 2007 Mitsubishi Lancer is coming soon, I decided to dig up some details on the new GEMA engine under the hood. The previous Lancer that is on sale on our market now uses the all-familiar 1.6 liter 4G18 engine, similar to the one that we used to find under the hood of our Proton Waja, with one of the few minor difference is that the Waja uses a 4-speed auto while the Lancer uses a CVT.

The new 2007 Lancer has its engine upped to 2.0 liter, putting it head to head with the Civic 2.0. The new GEMA engine is a joint venture project between DaimlerChrysler, Hyundai and Mitsubishi. Hyundai has yet to use the GEMA engine in any of its cars, while DaimlerChryslers now-sold-off Chrysler used it as its flagship 2.0-2.4 liter.
The GEMA engine is called the 4B1x series in Mitsubishi terms, and the 2.0 liter model that we will see in the 2008 Lancer is the 4B11, with the Lancer Evolution getting the 4B11T. It is probably the first time a non-Sirius engine has been used in a Lancer Evolution. All Evolutions, from the Evo I to the Evo IX used some variant of the Sirius 4G63T, with the latest in the Evo IX getting MIVEC variable valve timing.

The 4B11 is a 4-cylinder DOHC engine with MIVEC variable valve timing on both intake and exhaust valves, making it somewhat equivalent to Toyotas Dual VVT-i. In its US market application, it makes 152 horsepower at 6,000rpm (143 horsepower in California because of higher emission regulations) and 198Nm of torque at 4,250rpm, with 176Nm available from 2,500rpm. The 4B11 uses a new aluminium cylinder block as well as an aluminium cylinder head. A timing chain is used instead of a timing belt.

While most engines are usually either bore-biased (rev-happy) or stroke-biased (better torque), the new 4B11 is a square
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Post time 8-8-2007 11:30 AM | Show all posts
Mitsubishi has employed a 4-point inertial axis system with cylindrical hydraulic engine mounts on the left and right sides to help reduce engine vibration, ensuring smooth and quiet operation. On the right side mount where the engine is, a lightweight, high-rigidity squeeze-cast aluminium bracket helps reduce engine noise under acceleration. On the left side where the transmission is, a similar lightweight, high-rigidity plate bracket made of steel helps reduce gear noise. For the front and rear engine mounts, a custom-tuned insulator helps control both idle vibration and acceleration shock.
The engine can be mated to either a 5-speed manual gearbox or a CVT transmission with 6 virtual gears that are selectable using paddle shifts on the steering wheel. Mitsubishi picked 6 gears (in reality because they are unlimited to pick from, you could have 50 CVT virtual gears if you wanted) because it offered the best balance of ease of use, sporty driving, and flexible performance.
The 5-speed manual is an improvement over the old 5-speed transmission - the third and fourth gears now use double-cone synchronisers for smoother shifting and a new honing process was used to reduce noise. The gear ratios have also been adjusted to suit the torque curve of the new engine.

The CVT transmissions ratio range is from 2.349 to 0.394, with infinite variations in between, which gives wider ratios than the previous 4-speed auto that had a ratio spread of 2.842 to 0.712. A much higher achievable overdrive ensures good fuel economy and lower engine speed for highway cruising. The INVECS-III software in the CVT customises shift patterns on the fly to match the acceleration and brake patterns of the driver. If you select the L mode, the INVECS-III software shifts to allow for more engine braking if the car has to go down slopes.

Something alot of people miss when switching from conventional fixed ratio gearing to CVTs is the lurching feel when you floor the pedal from a stand still. The way a CVT-equipped car starts may be interpreted as sluggish by our minds - this is known as the rubber band effect. INVECS-III can simulate this lurching that the driver expects.

Anyway, this engine looks like a very modern engine with a gearbox combination that promises to be great for both city and highway driving. Youve got ample amounts of torque from a low 2,500rpm for a comfortable city drive, plus a CVT to keep the revs at the sweet spot. Youve got a good low maximum overdrive ratio of 0.394 for good highway fuel economy and a relaxed low engine speed cruise. Finally, for whenever you feel like driving spiritedly, there are the paddle shifters.

On paper, the Lancers drivetrain sounds good. An invite for the launch, Mitsubishi Malaysia?
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Post time 8-8-2007 11:31 AM | Show all posts
Yg paling menarik harganya rm115,000 berbanding dengan kereta lain sekelas dengannya
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 Author| Post time 8-8-2007 11:31 AM | Show all posts
wahh.. ko copy paste paultan punya yek.. hehhe.. tapi mmg bagus ah bro paul nih..cepat giler info dia publish..even official web mitsu msia pon blom update..

tapi tulah spec2nya.. hhuh.. tapi ada gamba tu kaler itam ke kelabu ek? aku x tgk lagi kaler itam camne.. hehhe..

bye bye civic.. hehehe..
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Post time 8-8-2007 11:46 AM | Show all posts
Ya, supaya maklumat ni dapat sampai kepada kawan2 lain


Originally posted by woh_getoh at 8-8-2007 11:31 AM
wahh.. ko copy paste paultan punya yek.. hehhe.. tapi mmg bagus ah bro paul nih..cepat giler info dia publish..even official web mitsu msia pon blom update..

tapi tulah spec2nya.. hhuh.. tapi  ...
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