Is the Evo better than STI?

Is the Evo better than STI?

When it comes to to the 2011 stock models, the Evo is the clear winner. It keeps up and even eclipses the extremely well engineered STi’s vehicle control capabilities. And when the paddle-shifting and extra-beefy suspension of the Evo is considered, the margin of victory starts to look pretty vast for the Evo.

Does the Evo have a boxer engine?

Every Lancer Evo has Mitsubishi’s S-AWC (Super All-Wheel Control) which is torque-vectoring all-wheel drive that can send different amounts of torque to the rear wheels. The WRX uses Subaru’s familiar flat-four engine layout. The turbocharged boxer engine in the WRX makes 268 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque.

What’s the difference between the Subaru STI and the Subaru Evo?

The STI, on the other hand, does not dis­ appoint in that area. Power from the Subaru’s larger 2.5-liter turbocharged flat-4 comes in early and seems to stay fairly linear where the Evo’s power kicks in abruptly.

Is the Mitsubishi Evo suitable for daily driving?

Judging from the Evo’s firm Recaro seats, firmer ride, ever-present exhaust boom, and 1990s econo-car interior, one might think Mitsubishi did nothing to make the car suitable for daily driving. Those of us who’ve driven a previous generation Evo know better.

How good is the fuel mileage on the Toyota Evo Mr?

The EPA rates the Evo MR at 17 MPG in city driving, and 22 on the highway. You can moderately exceed these numbers if you drive the Evo like you would a Prius. But why would you do that? Drive the Evo in the suburbs without a concern for gas mileage and mid-teens happen. Drive it like you stole it and the digits become singular.

What’s the difference between the STI and the Mr?

The STI’s overall nature, though still great for track and autocross events, seems to favor a dirtier environment. The suspension not only has a longer range of travel, but is better suited for soaking up road irregularities (not to mention landings) than the MR’s setup.