Last post on Dec 11, 2010 at 7:16 AM
You are in the Subaru Impreza
What is this discussion about?
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, Subaru Impreza WRX STi, Car Comparisons, Sedan
Comparison Test: Mitsubishi Evo GSR vs. Mitsubishi Evo MR vs. Subaru WRX STI - What does this have to do with the 2008 Subaru WRX STI and 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X? Plenty. There has been a shift in priorities in the mission of the all-new Evo (or Evo X, as this is the 10th iteration) and STI. (more)
#15 of 19 Re: more comparisons [merrycynic]
May 19, 2008 (7:05 am)
I've heard from a good source that the '09 WRX has been "enhanced" in some critical areas.
#16 of 19 Re: more comparisons [rsholland]
May 19, 2008 (1:36 pm)
I hope it's enough. Ha, I hope it's more than enough!
#17 of 19 Thread Revive!
Oct 02, 2009 (10:39 pm)
Do the authors of the article read this?
I was wondering if there was more to say in regards to these being the first USDM evos to have the famed active yaw control - and more of how the new X's felt in comparison to the IX MR in corners without the ayc.
Sidenote, I own a IX GSR and I actually LOVE the current gen hatch STI, though I am slightly disappointed in its lack of rear legroom (33.x) compared to even the X's (36.x)?
#18 of 19 I rode in an Evo X and It was Awesome
Apr 16, 2010 (10:38 am)
You know as I'm posting this I realize that this forum is really old... anyway I did have a comparison video about the two on my site Evo Mitsubishi well I didn't do the video I got it from Top Gear. It's a little different and I think a little better Mitsubishi Mr Evo comparison video
Dec 11, 2010 (7:16 am)
The Evo's seats were too narrow for me to fit into comfortably. I'm built like a linebacker and I found the evo to be rather uncomfy. It's interior is dull and not a place I'd want to spend much time. It had a decent throw on the stick and a nice stereo system, but I felt it had too many comprimises for my lifestyle. it has no pass through for skis and the seats don't fold flat, It's bland on the inside, the better models only have the paddle gear box, and it's ugly as sin! It is more cost effective than the subbie.
The STI fit me well and was much more comfortable. Maybe the guys who write reviews only care about supreme performance and don't factor in other elements into a car as much such as comfort. The various reviews of the Evo always beating the STI put me off, but the subaru, to me at least, is a better car. It feels faster and is more fun to drive. The interior, while not superb, is also better than the Mitsubishi. The new 2011 models feel much tighter and better balanced than the outgoing 2010's. The wagon offers great versatility and is great for me and all the adventure sports I'm into and gear I have to haul.
The Evo is better priced, however it is ugly and uncomfortable.
The STI cost more, gives you less, lets you haul more and is much easier to live with.
Performance is about the same.
I'm saving up for an STI