The 2006 Mitsubishi Lancer: A Compact Car with Front-Wheel Drive and Manual Transmission

The 2006 Mitsubishi Lancer is a compact car that offers a lot of value for its price. This model is equipped with a front-wheel drive and a manual 5-speed transmission, making it a great choice for those who enjoy a sporty driving experience. The Lancer has a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine that delivers a respectable 160 horsepower.

In terms of fuel efficiency, the Lancer gets an EPA-estimated combined fuel economy of 23 miles per gallon (MPG). It has a city MPG of 20 and a highway MPG of 27. This means that the Lancer can save you a lot of money on gas, especially if you're using it for your daily commute. The annual petroleum consumption for this car is 12.94 barrels, which is relatively low compared to other cars in its class.

The Lancer's CO2 tailpipe emissions for its fuel type is 386.39 grams per mile, which is a bit high. However, it has a low annual fuel cost of $2,550, which is great news for budget-conscious buyers. The Lancer has a vehicle size class of compact cars and a You Save/Spend value of -$2,250.

One downside of the Lancer is that it doesn't have any electric or hybrid options. It also doesn't have any start-stop or T Charger features. However, it has a range of 0 miles and a range city/highway of 0.0 miles, which is not surprising for a car that runs purely on gasoline.