Mitsubishi Evo MR 340
Last month I may have given you the impression that the Evo was foolproof. I can still recall the exact phrase, in fact: 'It seems impossible to wrong-foot the Evo'. They are words that will haunt me forever, mainly because they're written in foot-high letters on the 'wall of shame' in Evo Towers, and because just a few days after I'd written them, the FQ-340 had a minor brush with a lamp post. This month, then, I'll tell you exactly why the Evo is no match for an idiot in a hurry...
|Date acquired||September 2004|
|Costs this month||Still waiting to hear...|
|Mileage this month||207|
|MPG this month||20.9|Visit/best-cars/201772/best-v8-cars-past-and-present-our-favourite-eights-and-the-cars-theyre-found-in
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