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Whats the difference between Evo MR and GSR?

Whats the difference between Evo MR and GSR?

Fuel Economy. The Evo is powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline 4-cylinder that makes 291 horsepower and 300 lb-ft of torque. The GSR trim comes with a 5-speed conventional manual transmission, while the MR trim gets a 6-speed dual-clutch automated manual with column-mounted paddle shifters.

What is Evo X MR?

The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X is the tenth and last generation of the Lancer Evolution, a sports sedan produced by Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi Motors. Two versions of the car are offered in the U.S. The Lancer Evolution MR, with 6-speed Twin Clutch Sportronic Shift Transmission (TC-SST).

Which is better Evo IX MR or GSR?

The MR off the lot compared to a gsr off the lot is a bit heavier because of the trans but once you swap to a 5 speed the MR then becomes lighter then the gsr. With the MR u have the 8 pound aluminum roof stock, billsteins stock, bbs forged wheels stock and the list goes on.

What’s the difference between the Evo I and III RS?

The Evo I to III RS and GSR employ the same gearbox. The later Evo’s are however, different. The GSR box has longer gearing. The RS Model hasn’t got ABS or AYC and the car is between 70kg and 100kg lighter [dependant on model – see Technical Specification] due to lighter panels and lightweight window glass.

What’s the difference between a GSR and a Mr?

The MR uses an electronically controlled dual clutch 6 speed with paddle shifters, the GSR is a standard 5 speed manual. This is the single largest difference. The MR also features some more upscale trim options, a couple of suspension and brake upgrades, and lighter BBS wheels.

Do you need paddle shifters for Evo X?

Assuming you are looking for a evo X? yes, the dual clutch MR models have paddle shifters. It really depends on what you are looking to do with the car and whether or not you prefer to drive a manual. The MR drives like a normal automatic, but faster shifts. Switching into sport mode makes the shifts more aggressive.