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Mitsubishi Lancer Juro high value special edition

Comes with attractive standard specification list

The Juro is the latest Lancer hatchback

The Juro is the latest Lancer hatchback

Mitsubishi extends Lancer range with high-specification 2.0-litre turbodiesel

Mitsubishi has announced a high value Juro special edition of its Lancer family hatchback.

Featuring a stack of standard equipment and a very keen price, the Mitsubishi Lancer Juro may tempt value-conscious buyers.

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Lancer Juro: sat nav as standard

The standard specification list for this car is truly enormous.

Key items include a Kenwood satellite navigation system with touch screen display, Bluetooth, iPod connection and reversing camera, black leather upholstery, air conditioning, 16-inch alloys and cruise control.

And the Juro also comes fitted with an alarm/immobiliser, front, side, curtain and knee airbags, front fog lamps, electric heated door mirrors, steering wheel audio controls and a rear spoiler among other items.

2.0-litre turbodiesel

Even the running costs shouldn’t be extortionate, since the Juro is powered by a 2.0-litre Di-D turbodiesel engine.

This produces 140bhp and 228lb ft of torque (pulling power), and is capable of seeing off 0-62mph in 9.5 seconds. 

Emissions and economy aren’t class-leading at 163g/km CO2 and a claimed 45.6mpg. Although there are plenty of large, eco-minded cars from rival brands that can better these figures, none of them come with this level of standard equipment…

From just £14,999

…and none of them are available for the Mitsubishi Lancer Juro’s £14,999 on the road price tag.

Plus you can purchase a three-year inclusive service plan for £315, taking care of maintenance costs up front. The Juro is available in a choice of six colours.

True, the Mitsubishi look and image isn’t for everyone, the interior quality leaves quite a lot to be desired and refinement isn’t the best in class. But the Lancer hatchback handles competently and you can’t deny the value this special edition represents.

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