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  1. There's a distinct line between fantasy and reality. Unfortunately, one driver simply cannot draw the line between them. Watch how this driver continues "playing" Grand Theft Auto in the streets of Geylang: What happened? In the dashcam video, all may seem normal at first, except for the Mitsubishi Lancer, who seems to be acting impatiently. Seconds later, two traffic police came along riding on their bikes with their blinkers on. The first traffic police officer rode past the Mitsubishi Lancer while the other stopped at his rear. This is where shit starts to happen. The Mitsubishi driver started reversing out of the blue, hitting the traffic police officer at his rear. Despite being hit by the Mitsubishi, the traffic police officer still attempted to stop the car by chasing it on foot. Ignoring the impact of the accident and the commands from the traffic police officer, the driver of the Mitsubishi Lancer refused to stop. Instead, he made an illegal U-Turn and commenced his escape. What was going on in his head vs What actually happened Close enough. The Arrest Not to anyone's surprise, the driver was arrested eventually. How many wanted stars do you think he earned for performing this stunt of his? Netizens' Comments It is a rental car, no wonder can drive so recklessly. This law must obey no matter what🤐 Much appreciation to that traffic police officer, I hope he is recovering well!! ----------------------- Thinking of selling your car? sgCarMart Quotz guarantees the highest selling price for your car. We’ll even give you $100 cash if you find a better offer elsewhere! Get a free quote to find out how much your car is worth today!
  2. FINALLY! Some positive and heartwarming news to share. Thanks to Mothership for breaking it down into gif. https://mothership.sg/2021/06/traffic-police-officers-push-car/ According to the driver, Tan Wei Boon, his car's alternator was facing issues, and subsequently, the vehicle stalled and could not be jumpstarted again. An alternator is a type of electric generator that charges the car's battery and power the electrical system when the engine is running. Tan was out buying dinner for his colleagues back in office when the incident happened. During his failed attempt to restart his car, a black Mitsubishi Lancer, a police patrol car with its blinkers turned on showed up at the scene. It was drizzling at that time. In the video's caption, Tan wrote that he felt stressed when he saw the police approaching him at first. However, the pair of police officers who emerged from the patrol car then ran towards Tan and his stalled car. It turned out they had arrived to give the driver a hand by pushing his car out of the busy intersection onto a smaller road and into a nearby housing estate car park. The video extracted from the stalled car's rear camera showed the two police officers pushing the car from behind while the driver steered. The two officers had their face masks on at that time. At one point, the driver could be heard asking one of the officers to switch places: "Exchange now, I push, you drive?" But the officers continued to push the car to the nearby car park while the driver steered. Right after this short conversation, a car with hazard lights turned on slowed down behind the officers pushing the car. It appeared that the car was deliberately providing a buffer between the officers and oncoming traffic. However, the driver of the car then got out and ran towards the two officers and helped to push the stalled vehicle. As the car was pushed past a bus stop, the driver who got off his car to help called on public transport commuters to help out. One of them then joined in to push the car as well. According to the video's caption, the total distance the car was pushed was about 200m. Tan said he created the video to create awareness about the kind actions of all those who assisted. He also said he has written in to the police to compliment the public spiritedness of the police officers who stopped to help.
  3. ? Which one to go for ? Cheap & good.
  4. Bored because you can't travel? Why not challenge your friends to a drag race and get fined under the Road Traffic Act? On 18th January, as seen on SG Road Vigilante, a group of approximately eight people were at this illegal drag race. Seems like there were five spectators, two racers and one starter. It wasn't a very fair race because the starter's hand was blocking the Volkswagen Scirocco. It started later than the Mitsubishi Lancer, who saw a golden opportunity (his view not blocked by the starter) and raced ahead. Where's the sportsmanship, brother? Though, if you ask me, I think this race wasn't about speed. The race track was short, and the cars were driving carefully. Yknow why? Cuz' slow and steady wins the race. Some Facebook users were hypothesizing other reasons for the gathering, while others bashed them for their apparent drag racing. Whatever it is, the uploader shouldn't have bao toh (read: sabotage) his friends. Actually, come to think of it, who was videoing this? Weren't there already eight people in the frame? Or also +1 cameraman? Edit: Added in the original video source https://www.facebook.com/groups/sgroadshallofshame/permalink/1927162840764549/ for easier reference – leaving it to you guys to decide what this 'drag race' really is.
  5. kobayashiGT

    2020 Mitsubishi Lancer

    This thread is curated from this youtube channel. This is the 2020 Grand Lancer. This is the front view of the Grand Lancer, the design cue does have a bit of Triton in it. 🤔 But it is definitely a whole new take from the past Lancer outlook that hasn't been a refresh for the longest time. I sure like the side profile of the new Grand Lancer, the line from the front A-pillar to the driver door does make the car sportier. I just hope that the vent is real! So that there is some performance purpose for the holes. The rear view of the car is nicely shaped too. The boot has a little duck tail the looks sportier. And I also like the rear bumper the way it has vents. The c shape LED lights to seem to have taken a lot of re-iterations from the recent Civic and Impreza. Nothing much to fanfare about it. A closer view of the Rear LED Light. Here's a look on the front DRL. A bit like golf thou IMHO. Okay. To the interior. This youtube channel is from Taiwan, so is LHD. I like the ipad style centre display! The steering wheel looks very minimalistic! A full LCD display and a nice pedal shifter. 🙂 You can do different configuration on the smart display too! How cool is this! This is by far the favourite for this car. A tesla-like infotainment system! Just look at the size of the screen! OMG! This is so damn good for displaying a map. Reverse mode. Let's come to the back, the centre trunk is quite protruded, so maybe for a long-distance drive, best is to just sit 4 paxs. Look very spacious~! Here's the car key. The boot opening is very practical. I think is big enough for all barang barang. The wheels are fitted on 16" 5 spokes alloy rims with Bridgestone Turanza T001, A very highly recommended touring tyres for those who want comfort and minimum road noises. I will highly recommend Turanza! Okay. That's all for now! Enjoy!
  6. Neo

    Lancer Ex 1.6

    Hope to find kakis who are driving the same model since this variant is still relatively unknown even to workshop.
  7. Now that is one close shave. As seen on SG Road Vigilante's facebook page, an Audi TT failed to stop at the give way line, nearly crashing into a Mitsubishi Lancer Ex which had the right of way on 29th of April Eagle-eyed readers would have definitely spotted the P-plate sign on the Audi, signaling to us that this might just be a rookie's honest mistake. In our opinion, we thought the camera car would have gotten a larger shock, seeing the Lancer swerve into his lane along Sengkang West Road. On another note, should the Lancer have slowed down instead of (recklessly)accelerating into the camera car's lane? Let us know in the comments below! 94921823_310296959954310_3878032568351719424_n.mp4
  8. I'm proud to present the final product of my lancer CB1. Spend alot of money / time and effort on this car. =) My Previous ride was a 22 year old GTti!. Hope you guys will appreciate my end product! Cheers, Kelvin
  9. Mitsubishi has said before that it is not intending on making another Lancer Evolution. But there are reports that a new one is in the works. According to Autocar's article, it claimed that Mitsubishi is planning to revive the Lancer Evolution and build an 11th-generation model, as it found out from unnamed “Japanese-based sources”. It explained that Mitsubishi wants to spice up its lineup and try to cater to the enthusiasts. Using the CMF-C/D F4 platform from the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance and parts that could be shared with the next-generation Megane R.S., the new Evo might sound like a possibility. While some reports cited that the car could be powered by a turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder paired with the addition of a 48-volt mild-hybrid system, others said that it could use the existing 1.8-litre turbocharged lump found in the current Megane R.S.
  10. Mitsubishi set to resurrect Lancer Evolution Source: https://www.motoring.com.au/mitsubishi-set-to-resurrect-lancer-evolution-119217/ Reborn Japanese hero to share its underpinnings with Renault Megane RS, according to fresh reports The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is set for a rebirth. British publication Autocar reports the cult-favourite Japanese sports car will be revived under the alliance between Mitsubishi and Renault. Continuing a rich history kicked off by the first-generation model in 1992, the Lancer Evolution XI is set to offer “supercar-beating acceleration together with the choice of either traditional four-door saloon or five-door hatchback bodystyles,” according to Autocar, which cites Japanese-based sources. The newcomer will reportedly share elements of its drivetrain with the next-generation Renault Megane RS, using a turbocharged 1.8-litre four-cylinder engine mated to a dual-clutch gearbox and an advanced Mitsubishi-developed S-AWC four-wheel drive system. Presently, the Megane RS engine makes 224kW and 420Nm in its most powerful Trophy-R trim similar outputs to the 226kW/414Nm Evolution X that was retired in 2015. However, the possible addition of electronic boosting in a 48V mild-hybrid system being developed for the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance is likely to increase its reserves,” the article claims. The 11th generation of the four-wheel-drive Lancer Evolution has been conceived to sit on the CMF-C/D F4 platform developed within Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi. The Evolution’s revival is reportedly part of Mitsubishi chairman Osamu Masuko’s plans to restore the Japanese car-maker’s famous performance status. Seventy-year-old Masuko is set to relinquish his position as Mitsubishi chief executive to Takao Kato. However, the Mitsubishi veteran will continue to lead the company in the position of chairman. Previous plans by Masuko to develop a successor to the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X were placed on hold following heavy losses at the company and its subsequent purchase by Nissan in 2016.
  11. Recently my car having this issue that it can't accerelate pass 40km/H and I have to release the pedal and step again in order to move and after a few minute I will cut off again, and this happen only on raining day, towded to C&C to have a check and the answer they gave me was my led taillamp resistor was cut away? And they said I had change the taillamp, I told the guy this led taillamp was original from C&C for 2016 model lancer ex, the issue is I been driving for the pass 1 year plus and this issue happen right after I service with them in December 2018, I didn't even touch my taillamp before how could the resistor cut away and the insisted me to change the whole taillamp for $800 plus in order not to have the same problem again, what I am not happy is about they accuse me for cutting it away, any bro can advise me what should I do? I am really lost for now
  12. Ronnieseah

    Lancer starting problem

    got a 2005 lancer 1.6A. having problem starting, sometime need to crank very long for it to start. mechanic suspect wiring problem but cant solve. anyone encounter this before?
  13. Calfskin

    Mitsubishi Lancer - EOL

    Oh man... The "unkillable" Mitsubishi Lancer is finally gonna be killed by the makers... http://www.autoblog.com/2017/01/06/mitsubishi-lancer-production-ends-august-2017/ From the latest facelift, you kinda know that they're not making any efforts to catch up with the revamped Kia K3s, Mazda 3s, Civics, etc.... So sad...
  14. Hi, Hope bros/sis here can recommend a workshop for installing open pod air filter setup for CS3. Understand the installation will require a customised piping and the filter can choose from a wide range of brands and design. Will also appreciate an estimate on the price of the setup. Thank you.
  15. Hi all, Any place to recommend for timing belt change and how much?
  16. Hi, My company is looking for the above for a 2-3 weeks assignment at a construction site in the east. The job is to be present on-site during the operation of a gondola to install a fixture on a 9 storey building. PM me your costs, $$$ and we can discuss from there. Thanks
  17. Again, I started this without expecting such overwhelming support! We have over 8000 views for previous thread - which is overzealous if we look at other ride threads (average 1000 views) I got my ride early last year and wanting to find out more abt the ride + know more similar rides owners....we have indeed come a long way. Sorry been busy and lesser time to come in. Cheers bros/sis!! =========================================================== Please continue our discussion for Part XIII! Thanks everyone CS3 Owners: 1. Xtraun 2. Josephteo 3. Outside83 4. Icekitten 5. Creative_tec 6. Fong 7. jalibhoy 8. Blacklancer224 9. Maroon5 10.Katou 11.Octopus 12.Kanchelsk 13.Cloudywind 14.Deepstink 15.Beyond_26 16.Xiao_Qiang 17. Titanium 18. Threeleggedman 19. Patience 20. Sagz 21. JB15 22. Lynni LANCER EX Owners (new model) 1. Jonnie_sedan 2. Axils 3. Xspace 4. 5. Ex-Owners (Owned Lancers b4) 1. Hiphiphoray (now driving Sonata ) 2. Mazda323 (now driving Mazda323 and Toyota Hiace ) 3. Gtrend (now driving RX STI JDM MY08 ) 4. Azarael (now driving Lexus IS250) 5. jezter (now driving e9 gt) 6. upandcoming (now driving opel astra)
  18. Just took over a used Lancer GLX sport (Auto) (2007) version. Mileage is around 65K. Any thing i should take note of ? Like change timing belt ? and what are the thing in the engine i need to take note of ? BTW, what the difference between GLX sport and GLX ?
  19. Hi, which of the above choices will you get for car about 9 year old, be it an OPC or normal plate. Please advise...
  20. Hi all Jap car user users, considering buying this car (Nissan Latio, Toyota Vios & Lancer) but need your experts input on the maintenance cost. how much do you spent on maintenance on your Latio
  21. I witnessed this accident right in front of my eyes while standing at my office window. The Trailer rammed into the back of the dark blue Mitsubishi Lancer and pushed it for a good 10m into the first lane. Can't tell if it was a lane-switch mistake. See pics.
  22. Both these 2 cars are very close in depreciation in the used car market. Lancer Ralliart 1.8T is 4 speed auto, 165bhp, OMV 21K Lancer 2.0L EX auto is CVT, 155bhp , new model, OMV 18K Which is a better choice? Have only tested Ralliart turbo, engine is a little rough. Power is isn't that fantastic.
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