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The Evolution: Lets starts off with the bad! The gas tank is about the size of my brain SMALL! I swear every 150 miles I am filling up the 12 gallon tank with the beautiful 93 octane. I get about the same mileage as the STi unless I am driving it hard with the worst I have had around 15 mpg, but that is driving it hard for a short amount of time then parking it. The interior feels kinda chincy ,fake carbon fiber, shift boot, shift knob, the plastics are not nice to look at but by far a step up from the older Evolution VIII or IV. The last issue I have with the Evolution is that the clutch from Mitsubishi SUCKS! I swear every time I try to take off fast from a light I get the great sulfur smell from the clutch. I guess those are really my only bitchs with the car, and with some modification some of those things can be fixed I.E. clutch & flywheel. I just wanted to tell you that the Evo is the first car that I test drove that scared the heck out of me. We test drove a bright octane blue 08 Evo X in NY, on the first corner I hit the gas in second gear and the rear end stepped out on me (thats when I fell in love). Similar to the STi the transmission is smooth and solid precise and feels indestructible, unlike the STi it does miss that extra gear. The power delivery is a little different from the Evo also, you can feel a small amount of turbo lag down low but once 2,000 RPMS come around HOLD ON! The motor just spins so freely and feels happy to bounce off the rev limiter pretty much anytime you would like it to (not that I would know). Its also a great sensation of high revving (7500 RPMS) and it still feels like it makes power all the way to redline. Coming from a long Honda background I feel very much at home in the Evo compared to the STi. One thing that I also liked about the Evo is super fast steering response and even though it is 200 lbs heavier then the STi it feels lighter, more crisp, and more of a purist car. The AWC is a neat feature letting you adjust the amount of slip the front to rear diff will allow before engaging each other. Set on the Tarmac mode the car feels almost RWD and will slide sideways on demand (even on dry pavement), Gravel and Snow mode I have never used. Another really cool feature for people that want to drive fast without experience is the AYC. The traction control on the Evo has 3 setting; ON which will pretty much limit all wheel slip, AYC which will allow you to get the car sideways and keep it there and the cars computers will take over keeping the cars Yaw motion in a direction of where you want the car to go, or OFF which is of course the most fun that will shut off TCS and AYC. The last point I want to make is about the Evolution suspension, even if it is a bit softer then the VIII/IV it still is very much solid. You do not feel much in terms of body roll and it feels as if the tire were not actually mounted to the rims they might come off, the Stock advans will not last long and you will need winter tires if you live in snow region but that is to be expected. Over all if you want more of a purist car, something you can drive hard and feel like you can put the car where you want it when you want the Evolution is the right car and I will say both cars great in their own separate ways but the STi just is not the right car for me.Read more reviews at Cars.com
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