Lancer Cedia Wagon

2000

Lancer Cedia Wagon

The Lancer Cedia Wagon was launched in Japan in November 2000 as the successor to the Libero. Sharing the hallmark Diamond-cut Nose styling with its sedan version, it sports an exclusive radiator grille. The clean and no-fuss surface composition of the body sides and tail, the truncated roof line and the slim line rear combination light units contribute to a stylish design that projects an appearance of functional beauty and quality. The Lancer Cedia Wagon measured in with a rear overhang that is 55mm longer and stands 10mm taller than its sedan version. These increases together with the long 2,600mm wheelbase realize packaging that provided comfortable living space. The rear seat used a 60/40-split reclining seatback. It was initially offered with a single powertrain that mated a 1.8L GDI engine to the INVECS-III CVT transmission to return outstanding fuel economy as well as deliver smooth performance with excellent throttle response. May 2001 saw the addition of a turbo engine model using a 1.8L turbo engine and INVECS-II Sport Mode 4-speed transmission powertrain. A Ralliart Edition model with sport-tuned suspension, an oversize front bumper, side airdams and a large roof spoiler was also available.

Overall length 4425mm
Overall width 1695mm
Overall height 1465mm
Engines 1.8L