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Lancer Evolution X Total USA Production Numbers

 
Old Mar 4, 2019, 04:36 AM
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Jesus, comparing these numbers to the WRX/STI is... insane.

http://carsalesbase.com/us-car-sales...ubaru/wrx-sti/

They move more in a year than Mitsubishi built total. So sad. Sad face.
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Old Mar 4, 2019, 06:08 AM
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wow, the ix must be nearly extinct. Also ct9a must be a lot more rare in North America, I'd say there must be almost twice as many evo x's than 8/9 since they were produced for Canada aswell. If you're in Canada and want a ct9a it's imported from the United States..

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Old Mar 13, 2019, 11:27 AM
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Originally Posted by hotdog View Post
Jesus, comparing these numbers to the WRX/STI is... insane.

http://carsalesbase.com/us-car-sales...ubaru/wrx-sti/

They move more in a year than Mitsubishi built total. So sad. Sad face.
It looks to me like those numbers are combining WRX & STI, since the STI is a "trim" of the WRX model. You would need to compare STI numbers only against Evo numbers.
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Old Mar 13, 2019, 01:07 PM
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Originally Posted by SW2 Tuning View Post
It looks to me like those numbers are combining WRX & STI, since the STI is a "trim" of the WRX model. You would need to compare STI numbers only against Evo numbers.
Yea I believe you're right. I wonder why the 2012 X's were the lowest produced in the US.. besides 2009 obviously
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My mind is BLOWN. Think of how much AFTERMARKET stuff has been made for this car with such LOW production numbers. I plan to stop driving mine on the daily within 2-3 years, but now I am nervous about that plan. I bought my Wicked White '12 MR brand new and I am sure it would be near impossible to replace it with an MR that is near mint. Of course I drive mine like a maniac in snow storms because it is so much fun and amazing. I wish I didn't see this now! LOL... Thanks for posting
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