Review: Mitsubishi Evo VIII (2003 – 2005)
Not having to slow down for corners and realising how short the straights can be. Blindingly quick over any route.
Expensive to run, even before you factor in fines for speeding. Watch out for bodged crash repairs and poor maintenance.
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