1999 T Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI GSR 2.0 Turbo Petrol 4dr Saloon Manual Scotia White

Have one to sell? Please do not hesitate to get in touch.


To a possible new owner,

I have always liked Mitsubishi Lancer’s from having my first in 2006 but I really love this particular one because I have sadly not owned many Evolution’s because most of them have deteriorated beyond salvation. This was an unexpected acquisition as I was at the time heavily seeking a Subaru Impreza P1 that I still got but I knew it would be stupid not to get this exceptional example, as I honestly thought it could be a while before I find another on a par with this individual.

Prior to purchasing, my usual fully comprehensive hpi check on the car that states:
Fraud guard protected
Not an insurance write-off
Not exported (from the UK)
Imported (yes, obviously)
Not recorded stolen
Not scrapped
No mileage discrepancies (yes, due to MOT testers unsure weather to write miles or kilometres but documented to clarify there is no errors)
No outstanding finance
No outstanding recalls
No plate changes
Original colour

Also prior to purchasing, a comprehensive Japanese hpi check equivalent on the car that states:
Chassis number
Manufacture date
Confirming export
No accident / repair
No odometer rollback
No outstanding manufacture recalls
No contamination risk

Upon the Mitsubishi’s arrival into the United Kingdom, the Lancer had the underside waxoyl applied and the conversion of kilometres to miles per hour completed. In my ownership I have done anything that needed attending to and can happily hand over a terrific model to someone.

Registered history:
PDI in 1999 Mitsubishi
5,200 in 2004 Mitsubishi
7,300 in 2006 Mitsubishi
2007 at Mitsubishi (last registered ready for export with a rating of 4.5 out of 5.0 I was told)
24,090 in 2017 Independent
26,033 in 2019 Pemberton (full service)

The latest full service carried out included oil, oil filter, fuel filter, spark plugs, auxiliary belt, water pump, timing belts, anti freeze/coolant, brake fluid, four tyres, front wiper blades, rear wiper blade, wheel alignment, wheels refurbished, brake calipers refurbished and centre caps replaced.

14,449 in 2009
16,648 in 2010
21,298 in 2013
24,090 in 2016
24,653 in 2018

JPN registered keeper(s):
Unknown but echoes of one private owner were mentioned to me but I can’t confirm.

UK registered keeper(s):
Private owner

The car is immediately available for a new owner with a set of keys and immobilisers alongside a black folder backing the above.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Best regards,

Johnny Stokes
Pemberton Cars

  • 5-speed manual
  • 18 inch 11 spoke Speedline Corse alloy wheels in white (original O.Z Racing set with caps present)
  • ABS (anti-lock braking system)
  • Adjustable rear spoiler
  • AP Racing brake calipers in red (original Brembo calipers present)
  • Bonnet vents
  • Bridgestone tyres
  • Carpet in grey with black carpet over mats
  • Central locking
  • Electric windows
  • Electric wing mirrors
  • Engine immobiliser
  • Evolution VI rear decal
  • Fog lights blacked off with mesh (original fog covers present)
  • Front bumper side air ducts
  • Heated rear screen
  • HKS air filter (original present)
  • Intercooler mesh in black
  • Jasma stainless steel exhaust system (original present)
  • Lancer rear badge in red
  • Leather gear knob
  • Mesh grille
  • Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 5/6 dump valve kit (removable)
  • Momo leather steering wheel in black
  • Rear wiper
  • Recaro sports seats in cloth with alcantara inserts
  • Space saver spare wheel
  • SR Jasma stainless steel exhaust system (original present)
  • Unique body styling
  • Upgraded ECU (air conditioning disengaged but system fully maintained)
  • Upgraded Evolution IX turbo (original present)
  • Upgraded suspension (original present)
  • Waxoyl applied
Status: For Sale Car
Year: 1999
Make: Mitsubishi
Model: Lancer Evolution VI GSR
Engine: 2.0 Turbo
Fuel: Petrol
Body: Saloon
Transmission: 5-Speed Manual
Exterior: White
Interior: Black
Mileage: 20,900 Miles
Price: £22,495

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