6g Lancer

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Sixth Generation Lancer
CC Lancer Sedan.jpg
Also called CC Lancer
Available in Australia October 1992 - June 1996
Assembled/Built Japan flag.png Okazaki, Aichi, Japan
Predecessor 5th Generation Lancer
Successor 7th Generation Lancer
Body style(s) 2 door coupe,
4 door sedan,
4 door wagon.
Drive Front-Wheel Drive
Engine(s) 1.5L carburetted 12-valve SOHC Orion,
1.8L EFI 16-valve SOHC 4G93,
1.8L EFI DOHC Turbo 4G93
Transmission(s) F5M21 5 speed manual (1.5L models),
F5M22 5 speed manual (1.8L models),
F3A21 3 speed automatic (1.5L models),
F4A22 4 speed automatic (1.8L models)
Wheelbase 2440mm (Coupe), 2500mm (Sedan/Wagon)
Length 4230mm (Coupe), 4275mm (Sedan/Wagon
Width 1690mm (Coupe/Sedan/Wagon
Height 1365mm (Coupe), 1385mm (Sedan), 1420mm (Wagon)
Kerb weight 870Kg (Coupe), 910Kg (Sedan), 1036Kg (Wagon)
Fuel capacity 50L
Related Mitsubishi Mirage
Proton Wira

The sixth generation Lancer was sold in Australia between October 1992 and June 1996. It was known as the CC model. It was built in Sedan, Station Wagon and Coupe body styles. The CC hatch was a carry over of the fifth generation Lancer.

Equipment/Trim Levels

GL

The GL Lancer was available in Coupe and Sedan body styles and powered by the 1.5L 12-valve Orion with carburettor. It was available with both the F5M21 5-speed manual and F3A21 3-speed automatic transaxles.

The GL had a radio-cassette player with reach/tilt adjustable steering column as standard with power steering optional. It was fitted with 13" steel rims.

GL Limited Edition

A special version of the GL Coupe appeared in 1995, featuring unique side decals, 4 speaker radio-cassette, power steering, body coloured bumpers and rear spoiler. Air conditioning was optional.

GLXi

For the first time a GLXi trim level was introduced to the Lancer range, being the replacement for the former GLX model. It was available in Coupe and Sedan body styles and was powered by the 16-valve SOHC EFI 4G93 1.8L engine with either the F5M22 5 speed manual or F4A22 4 speed automatic transaxle.

The GLXi featured a radio-cassette player, reach/tilt adjustable steering column, tachometer and remote boot release. It was fitted with 13" steel rims with power steering optional.

Executive

The Lancer Executive was available in sedan and wagon body styles and was based upon the GLXi, with the same engines and transaxles. It added body coloured bumpers and power steering as standard equipment.

SEi

The SEi was available only as a sedan with the same features as the Executive in addition to 4 speaker radio-cassette and central locking.

GSR

The GSR Lancer was available only as a sedan with the DOHC EFI 4G93 1.8L Turbo. No automatic option was available with all GSRs being manual. It featured the same features as the SEi with ABS, 14" alloys, power windows, front and rear spoliers and sports suspension added.