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Nine years on Mitsubishi Lancer refuses to call it quitsAs the car industry grows more sophisticated and automobiles increasingly come packed with options that used to astonish us just a few years ago, we as consumers are becoming less and less tolerant of anything that feels remotely old-school. To be fair, if this were 2007 I might have been gushing with praise because the Lancer was never a bad car to start with.The car looked sharp in 2007, but today it looks old-fashioned, and compared to more contemporary offerings such as the Mazda 3 or the Honda Civic, it looks downright obsolete.This is also not a silent car; in fact it's annoying noisy and has an irritatingly rough ride.Yet even the GT is still the same old car with the same 2.0 engine.I don't know about you but if I'm going to drop an X amount of dollars on a new car, I'd hope that it would at least look like a new car, and preferably designed in this decade.
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