As in per car, not together.
Only 1,600 examples were made for the US market back in 2015 and, needless to say, all were quickly snatched up by collectors and enthusiasts. The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition was exactly that: the last variant of the Japanese automaker's rally-inspired compact sedan. Unlike its arch-rival, the Subaru WRX STI, there was no direct successor, a fact that remains in place to this day. Although there has been the occasional rumor about a potential Evo return, perhaps as an electrified crossover, Mitsubishi refuses to confirm anything at this time.
But back to the Evo Final Edition: its low production count guaranteed its status as a highly sought after model and while Mitsubishi itself set a reasonable MSRP, dealerships who managed to get ahold of one immediately slapped it with markups. Business is business.
And now a CarBuzz reader has brought to our attention not one but two 2015 Mitsubishi Evo Final Editions up for sale in San Jose, California. Ironically, a Subaru dealership has the listings. Now, both examples are listed as used but, in reality, that's hardly the case. The blue Evo FE has just 650 miles on its odometer while the Wicked White Evo FE has 750 miles. Clearly, neither has been driven much at all over the past five years by their previous owners. Each comes with a clean CarFax report as well.
Under the hood lies a now aging but still totally capable 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four making 303 horsepower, boosted from the non-FE's 291 ponies. Other FE tweaks include darker Enkei wheels, a black roof, and "Final Edition" emblems. The sole gearbox is a five-speed manual, which sends power to all four wheels.
So, what about those price tags? We hope you're sitting down for this.
The Wicked White Evo FE has an asking price of $124,788 while the blue car is slightly less expensive at $119,999. Without question, these prices are the highest we've seen to date for this car. Just very recently, a 16,000-mile Evo FE sold for just $26,500. The first Evo FE off the production line also cost less, including the dealership mark-up, at $88,888. To put things into even greater perspective here, the original MSRP was $38,000.
Those interested in paying over three times that amount can head over to Stevens Creek Subaru's website to inquire.
Hat tip to Shaylen.