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The future is here at Mitsubishi
June 25th, 2019 by:
LaGrange Mitsubishi
 
2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

The future is here at Mitsubishi with the PX Miev!

Are you ready for the future? At LaGrange Mitsubishi we are also on pins and needles waiting for the full details of the Concept PX Miev. The Concept PX Miev is a powerful new Mitsubishi complete with 3 power systems. The power systems start with the electric motor in the front of the vehicle, coupled with a second in the back of the vehicle, and finally, there is A MIVEC engine that serves as the generator of the new Mitsubishi.

The Concept PX Miev is a new Mitsubishi that will adapt with your changing driving speeds. At slow and moderate speeds the included Mitsubishi Plug-in Hybrid System operates in a fuel-efficient all-electric mode. The PX Miev then shifts its adapting prowess to accommodating whatever mother nature may throw your way whether you are driving on the city streets of LaGrange or the open highways of GA. If rain is the issue or if the roads are slick the PX Miev is automatically provided to the rear motor effectively turning the PX Miev a stunning and electric four-wheel-drive vehicle.

Not much else is known about the PX Miev Mitsubishi Concept Vehicle but we at LaGrange Mitsubishi will make it our mission to keep you and the whole family informed about the exciting adventures that await for the drivers of the PX Miev Concept Vehicle!

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Mitsubishi Engines For All!
June 25th, 2019 by:
LaGrange Mitsubishi
 
2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Find out what really is underneath the hood of your new Mitsubishi in LaGrange!

Engines are the lifeblood of Mitsubishi vehicles in LaGrange, GA and we are thrilled to bring you the details of a few features engines inside some of your favorite Mitsubishi vehicles! The Mitsubishi Outlander, Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, and the Mitsubishi Mirage are three of the new Mitsubishi vehicles we will be analyzing. Read on to learn all you could ever want to know about the engines inside these new Mitsubishi models!

The new Mitsubishi Outlander in LaGrange is a sporty and bold new Mitsubishi with two compelling engines just waiting to explored and discovered. The first engine is the athletic 2.4L MIVEC which gets you further with an estimated 30 miles per gallon on the open highways of GA. The 2.4 MIVEC engine also produces 166 horsepower so you will never be lost for power in the new Mitsubishi Outlander in LaGrange. The second engine in the Mitsubishi Outlander is the impressive 3.0L MIVEC V6 Engine that expells 240 horsepower upping your Mitsubishi driving game in GA.

The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross in LaGrange has an engine that is hard to beat! The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross contains an ultra-performance junkie, the 1.5L L4 MIVEC + Direct Injection Turbo Charger. The 1.5L Turbo Charged engine offers an 8-speed CVT with Sport Mode so you can hug every curve and win every day in the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and the 1.5L L4 MIVEC + Direct Injection Turbo Charged engine.

It isn’t a mirage you’re seeing, it’s the Mitsubishi Mirage! The Mitsubishi Mirage in LaGrange contains two transmission options so you have total control of how your vehicle moves and operated on the city streets of LaGrange and the open roads of GA. The first transmission is the 5-speed manual for hands-on control and the second transmission option is the Continuously Variable Transmission so you can kick back and experience a more relaxed Mitsubishi driving experience than ever before.

Ready to discover and explore the new engine for your new Mitsubishi in LaGrange? If so, then head on over to LaGrange Mitsubishi to experience expert Mitsubishi service all year round and enjoy all a new Mitsubishi has to offer in GA!

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Why Buy a Mitsubishi?
June 25th, 2019 by:
LaGrange Mitsubishi
 

Why Buy a Mitsubishi? | LaGrange Mitsubishi


Why Buy a Mitsubishi?

Mitsubishi vehicles

If there’s one brand in the world that evokes respect and awe, its Mitsubishi. This Japanese giant has for decades captured the market share, mind share and heart of automotive lovers everywhere.

If you’ve bought a Mitsubishi model before or are planning to purchase a Mitsubishi outlander in LaGrange, then good for you. But if you’ve not done either, then you have to read four reasons why you should reconsider and get yourself a Mitsubishi car.

They have a rich legacy in automobiles

Mitsubishi has been around for over a hundred years. It was started in 1917 and since then the company has consistently churned out model after model of top-class cars. Throughout their century-long presence, the brand has maintained its stance of premium-quality, budget-pricing, slowly becoming one of the world’s most trusted automobile brands.

They possess state-of-the-art engineering

Japan has been at the helm of technological development for years. Some of the best, state-of-the-art technology find their origins in this island-country. It’s safe to say that Mitsubishi shares this culture of high-tech innovation. Some of their innovations include the  MIVEC Engine Technology, which maximizes fuel efficiency and the All-Wheel Control, which very smartly controls the car based on road conditions.

They give amazing warranty

Mitsubishi has always believed that a successful customer-brand relationship is one which is long and mutually-beneficial. Their two warranties – the 5-year/60,000-mile new vehicle limited warranty and the 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain limited warranty – are testament to how much this Japanese automotive giant cares about its customers. They also have a 7-year anti-corrosion warranty and a 5-year standard roadside assistance, which covers absolutely every conceivable road hazard.

If you purchase Mitsubishi mirage in LaGrange from our lot, you too will walk away with the various warranties and guarantees that the brand has to offer.

They’re very innovative and environmentally sustainable

Mitsubishi’s love for automobiles doesn’t just stop at world-class engineering, it extends to implementing sustainable and eco-friendly parts & processes, which can make their vehicles greener.

The company has won the Automotive Science Group’s prestigious Best Economic Performance Brand and Best All-Around Performance Brand for five consecutive years. The Mitsubishi Mirage in particular was dubbed one of the 10 Most Affordable New Cars in 2018.

If you’re interested in purchasing a Mitsubishi outlander or a Mitsubishi mirage in LaGrange, please feel free to visit a dealership in North Carolina today.

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New Brakes For Your Mitsubishi
June 25th, 2019 by:
LaGrange Mitsubishi
 
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Should I Buy New Brakes? | LaGrange Mitsubishi

Your brakes are hands down the most important safety feature on your vehicle. Your brake system allows you to avoid most incidents or accidents while on the roads, and therefore requires you to pay close attention to how your brakes are working. A regular inspection of your brakes is recommended - perform a visual inspection, measuring pad and shoe thickness, check for even wear of the pads and shoes, and check rotors for run out and hot spots. Having a trusted mechanic do a regular inspection of your wheel cylinders, brake lines and brake master cylinder, calipers, and brake fluid. We recommend having your brake system inspected with each oil change or at minimum every 6 months or about every 6,000 miles. When all of these different parts and components are working together correctly you can have confidence in your braking system while driving to keep you safe and secure.

What Kind of Brake Pads Do I Need for my Mitsubishi?

Your brake pads are one of the most important components to your vehicle's brake system, and there are a few common options when it comes to brake pads - metallic, organic, and ceramic - each giving you different levels of efficiency and price.

Brake Pad Recommendations:

  1. Light-Compact Cars
    • With a lighter compact car, you won't need as much force to stop your vehicle, therefore its recommended that smaller vehicles use an organic brake pad. They have enough stopping power, create less noise, and are fairly inexpensive. If you are willing to pay more, ceramic brake pads will work well here as well.
  2. Mid-Size Cars
    • With a larger vehicle you will need more stopping power, and therefore a low-metallic brake pad is recommended. You will receive more stopping power with metallic, but these do create more noise. Ceramic brake pads will do a great job here as well, but again with a higher price tag.
  3. Sport Cars
    • If your vehicle can go 0-60 MPH in a few seconds, a semi-metallic brake pad or performance ceramic brake pad is recommended.
  4. Trucks, SUV's, and Vans
    • With heavy-duty vehicles, the more braking power you have the better. A higher metal content in your brake pads means you have more force to create that friction needed to stop those larger vehicles. The higher the metal content, the louder your brakes will be, but it's a small price to pay for an efficient and safe brake system.

If you need help making a decision on your brakes, from finding new brake pads, getting a brake inspection, or making repairs to your brake system, contact us at LaGrange Mitsubishi! Our expert service team is happy to help with any of your brake needs, and any other service needs you may have.

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Mitsubishi Engineering Milestones
June 25th, 2019 by:
LaGrange Mitsubishi
 
Mitsubishi Engineering

Mitsubishi Engineering Milestones | LaGrange Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi is a world-class automotive manufacturer that prides itself on being the top of the pack when it comes to technological innovation. Through the years, Mitsubishi has hit a few engineering milestones, giving the automotive industry many cutting-edge technology that has made the automotive industry what it is today. This is a big reason of why we are Mitsubishi people here at LaGrange Mitsubishi in LaGrange, GA. Let us share with you a snapshot of their milestones:

All-Wheel Control (AWC) and Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) - Mitsubishi pioneered the development of the All-Wheel Control capability, which is constantly working for a better tractioned drive for you. This system continually monitors the surface of the road, and will automatically transfer power to the wheels with the most traction to instantly improve vehicle maneuverability and traction. The Super All-Wheel Control was updated for 2014, and features everything of the previous system, but features distinct driving modes; SNOW, for wintry conditions; LOCK for off-roading; and AWC ECO, which provides the driver with the optimal balance between efficiency and control. These systems especially come in handy when conditions are less than favorable - being snow, ice, or rain. You’ve got Mitsubishi to thank for that!

MIVEC Engine Technology - This is Mitsubishi’s Valve Timing Electronic Control system that perfects valve timing at every speed range, so that you’ll have the perfect balance between power and fuel efficiency no matter what speed.

INVECS Adaptive Shift Control Technology - This innovative technological advancement adapts transmission behavior to any driving condition. INVECS simply learns your driving habits and reacts appropriately. This leaves you with a car that knows you - and simply elevates your driving experience to the next level.

Active Stability and Traction Control (ASC)2 - This innovative technology has become a standard safety feature in most Mitsubishi vehicles - this system helps drivers maintain control either in emergency situations or tricky conditions. This system constantly works in the background and manipulates the Anti-Lock braking system to aid slippage or other situations in which the driver could lose control of the vehicle.

MiEV Technology - This innovative marvel is the result of Mitsubishi’s meticulous and exhaustive research of four decades. Short for Mitsubishi Innovative Electric Vehicle is a system that continually monitors the energy flow throughout the vehicle. The result of this is a smooth acceleration, and a completely monitored vehicle that ensures every system operating to its full potential, limiting wasted energy and keeping efficiency as high as possible.

As you can see, Mitsubishi leads the game in innovative efforts, and their cars are chalked full of their systems. Stop by LaGrange Mitsubishi today and test drive our fleet of Mitsubishi vehicles and you’ll see for yourself.

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Mitsubishi Innovation
June 25th, 2019 by:
LaGrange Mitsubishi
 

Mitsubishi InnovationMitsubishi: Innovation Through the Years | LaGrange Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi has lead the car industry, encompassing the very definition of innovation, creativity, and consistency. Since its first foray into car manufacturing in 1917, Mitsubishi has been consistently delivering top quality products, breaking world records, winning top-notch races, and showcasing outstanding technology that has boosted the car industry into what it is today. Many of the features on today’s cars, especially when it comes to gas-injected engines, electric cars, and the well-known Traction Control System have been pioneered by Mitsubishi, and created by their team of brilliant minds. Here is a few notable innovative moves that Mitsubishi has made over the last 100 years:
 

  • 1917 - Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., LTD. introduced its very first car. Mitsubishi Model-A. (designed as a luxury vehicle for government officials), first mass-produced car in Japanese history.
  • 1962 - Mitsubishi Motors win its first entry in an international motorsports event, setting a track record. (Mitsubishi 500, first car to be aerodynamically tested in a wind tunnel in Japan.
  • 1970 - Mitsubishi Motors is the first automaker to mass market an electric vehicle.
  • 1971 - Mitsubishi sells its first car in America, remarked as the Dodge Colt.
  • 1976 - Mitsubishi Motors develops the breakthrough Silent Shaft Engine Technology and licenses it to Porsche, Saab, and Fiat.
  • 1980 - Mitsubishi engineers the world’s first energy-saving Turbo Diesel engine with Silent Shaft Technology.
  • 1982 - Mitsubishi is introduced to America with the launches of the Tredia, Cordia, and the Starion models.
  • 1987 - The Galant VR-4 is the world’s first vehicle to feature an Active Electronically Controlled Suspension, and receives the Car of the Year award in Japan.
  • 1990 - Designs the world’s first electronically-controlled Traction Control System, which is now legally required as a safety feature in many countries, including the United States.
  • 1992 - Japan Car Research names Mitsubishi’s INVEC System, which adapts to a person’s driving habits, Adaptive Control Technology of the Year.
  • 1992 - Introduces MIVEC technology, which maintains engine performance while maximizing fuel efficiency.
  • 1996 - Mitsubishi launches the world’s first Gasoline Direct Injection.
  • 2005 - The newly launched Outlander becomes the world’s first compact SUV to offer the environmentally friendly PZEV V6 Engine, affirming Mitsubishi’s commitment to green technology.
  • 2009 - Following 40 years of development, the i-MiEV, innovative Electric Vehicle is launched worldwide.
  • 2013 - Releasing the Outlander PHEV, the world’s first Plug-In Hybrid SUV, Mitsubishi wins Car of the Year’s Innovation Award in Japan.


The facts simply speak for themselves. Don’t you see a trend? Us too. Be sure to stop by LaGrange Mitsubishi and test drive the brand new Mitsubishi models and feel the legacy continue as you drive home in your new Mitsubishi.  LaGrange Mitsubishi is located in LaGrange, GA, so stop on by and discover the beauty of Mitsubishi.

 

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How do I get the most out of my test drive?
June 25th, 2019 by:
LaGrange Mitsubishi
 

5 Ways to make the MOST of your Test Drive

There are so many decisions to be made when picking out a new car! What size vehicle you want, what features are important to you, and how the vehicle feels when you drive it can all be factors in making a final decision. One of the most crucial parts of finding your next vehicle is the test drive because how will you truly know what you want if you don’t test drive it first? It allows you to make sure that the vehicle is the right fit and will feel comfortable to drive while being able to make sure that it is easy to use. Test driving should be an exciting experience and we are here to help every step of the way! Read below for 5 useful tips in getting the most out of your test drive

  1. Come Prepared:
    Before coming to the dealership make sure you have done some vehicle research to have an idea of what you are looking for. There are so many vehicles out there and to make the most of your time you want to have a good idea of exactly what you are looking for!
     
    • What kind of space do you need?
    • Do you feel like you have enough room?
    • What kind of budget do you have?
      After answering those questions find 2 or 3 vehicles that fit the description of what you are looking for and schedule your test drive
  2. Get a good feel for the vehicle before you drive it:
    • Is it easy to get in and out of?
    • Do you feel like you have enough room?
    • Is it what you expected?
    • Do you like the placement of the controls?
    • Can you see yourself driving this vehicle daily?
    First impressions can make a big impact. So figuring out how you feel just being in the vehicle can be super helpful in making a decision.
  3. Drive familiar territory: Whether it’s back roads, highways, or crowded parking lots you need to know that your new vehicle is going to work for you. During your test drive make sure to sample the different ways of driving that you use daily!
  4. Test the Features: It’s great to think that you want that backup camera or absolutely need Bluetooth® connectivity but those things won’t be helpful in your new vehicle if you don’t feel comfortable using them. Test the new features, ask questions, and make sure you feel like you understand how to use them before the test drive is over.
  5. Get different perspectives: Try out the vehicle from every angle. Sit in the passenger seat, the back seat, fold down the second row, pop the trunk, look under the hood. Explore every different way the vehicle might be used to make sure that it will work for you and your needs.

Buying a new car should be exciting and test driving is all part of the fun! Buying a vehicle isn’t something most people do often, so feel free to test drive a few options to really find the best car, truck or SUV for you. Whether you choose the Mirage, Eclipse Cross, or Outlander, we are ready to get you into a test drive today at LaGrange Mitsubishi!

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New Tires For Your Mitsubishi
June 25th, 2019 by:
LaGrange Mitsubishi
 

Need New Tires for Your Mitsubishi?

Keeping a sharp eye on your tires is extremely important for the efficiency of your vehicle and your safety. Doing a few simple checks each month will keep your tires in good shape longer and help you to avoid any tire related problems down the road. First, check your tire pressure at least once a month, use a tire pressure gauge to check each tire and determine if your tires need more air in them - or some air let out if they are filled beyond the recommended PSI for your vehicle. Most gas stations have a tire pressure gauge you can borrow in a pinch if you don't have one, and they also usually have an air compressor to add air to your tires if they are a little low. Second, perform a tire tread inspection using the simple penny test. By taking a penny and inserting it into the grooves of the tread hair down, if any part of Lincoln's head is obstructed you are in the legal limit the tread needs to be - if you are getting close to seeing the top of Lincoln's hair it is time to look for new tires. Perform this test in multiple areas on each tire. Third, perform a site inspection of each tire - look for cracks in the sidewall of the tire and for foreign objects in the tire such as nails or debris.

How do I Know I am Choosing the Right Tire?

Depending on the type of vehicle you are fitting for tires, the way you drive, the road conditions you most often encounter, and to some extent your budget - you will have several options to choose from. Making sure that you choose tires that compliment these situations is your safest bet.

Some good things to keep in mind while researching the right tires for your vehicle:

  1. What is the worst road condition that you encounter on a regular basis? Maybe you live in a city with a lot of rain or ice on the roads you travel regularly. Making sure your tires can handle the conditions it meets on a regular basis will keep you and your passengers safe.
  2. What kind of ride are you looking for? Are you looking for tires that will give you a smooth and comfortable ride? Or do you want a tire that will have precision handling on a winding road? Getting a good match for your driving style will make a huge difference in the ride.
  3. What is your budget? This is the last thing we want you to consider in your purchase journey, only because we understand that sometimes a budget is important, but if you are able to spend the money now, it will pay off down the road as you will have chosen a tire with more value that will last you longer. Longer lasting tires means spending less overall.

Our expert service technicians are happy to help answer any questions you might have to help you find the perfect tire for your vehicle. We can perform tire inspections for you, and help you find a great deal on quality tires. So contact the service department at LaGrange Mitsubishi, or stop in today!

Mitsubishi Service and Maintenance
June 25th, 2019 by:
LaGrange Mitsubishi
 

Routine Maintenance | LaGrange Mitsubishi

We know that you have come to trust Mitsubishi for their quality engineering, but quality doesn’t equal invincibility! Making sure to take your Mitsubishi in for regular scheduled maintenance and service repairs is extremely important to keeping you Mitsubishi running at peak performance levels. Your vehicle’s Warranty and Maintenance Manual will give you all of the specifics of what needs to be routinely checked/serviced, and when or how often. Not only will performing routine maintenance keep your vehicle running in top condition, it will also assures that you are protecting your investment in the long run. As an authorized Mitsubishi Dealer, we at LaGrange Mitsubishi, are your best option for ongoing service and maintenance. We are specifically trained to maintain Mitsubishi vehicles, and help you set up the right service schedule for your vehicle.

Mitsubishi publishes two distinct maintenance schedules, Schedule 1 or severe, and Schedule 2 or regular, and it is important to select the right schedule for you. Following are the conditions that would cause your vehicle to adhere to the severe maintenance schedule, or Schedule 1:

  • Driving on dusty, rough, muddy, or salt-spread roads
  • Towing, police, taxi, or commercial operation
  • Extensive idling and/or low-speed operation
  • Repeated short-trip operation at freezing temperatures (engine was not thoroughly warmed up)
  • Extensive use of brakes while driving
  • Driving in sandy areas
  • More than 50% operation in heavy city traffic during hot weather above 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32 degrees Celsius)

If any of these apply to your driving, then it is extremely important for you to follow the severe schedule outlined in your Warranty and Maintenance Manual.

Every New Mitsubishi is covered by the Mitsubishi New Vehicle Limited Warranty, to keep your vehicles running at top performance. In addition to this great warranty, Mitsubishi offers the Diamond Care Protection Plan, which provides continued protection to your vehicle when your warranty expires and can help pay for any unexpected mechanical repairs.

If you have any questions about your Mitsubishi warranty or about any of our services offered by our excellent service center, please contact us at LaGrange Mitsubishi, or schedule a service appointment today!

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Mitsubishi Performance
June 25th, 2019 by:
LaGrange Mitsubishi
 

Mitsubishi Performance | LaGrange Mitsubishi


Mitsubishi Performance

Did you see the new Mitsubishi Mirage in LaGrange? What about the Mitsubishi Outlander? Amazing cars aren’t they?

When it comes to the performance and efficiency of their vehicles, nothing beats the cars designed and made by Mitsubishi. For decades, this Japanese giant has been coming-up with superior performance cars, that make the previous models look ancient. There may have been less than a few months difference between each model, but each new car brought with it features that were completely unique and absolutely powerful.

But through it all, the elements that have remained the same through most of Mitsubishi’s models and the factors which have been the reason for their premium performance on the road are the Big 3 Features.

What are the Big 3 Mitsubishi Features?

·      All-Wheel Control

Mitsubishi’s All-Wheel Control can be easily termed the most iconic contributions of the brand to the automobile world. Today, each and every Mitsubishi car is equipped with All-Wheel Control, giving drivers immense power and control over all types of terrains. This feature can be synced with the car’s other features like AYC, ACS, ABS and the advanced sensor monitoring system, which allows drivers to be highly-responsive even when driving at high speeds.

·      1.5 L Direct Injection Turbo Engine

The “off-the-line” experience that Mitsubishi’s 184lb–ft torque offers is the courtesy of the car’s 1.5 L Direct Injection Turbo Engine. This legendary engine is a one-of-its-kind, coming in an 8-speed sports mode and with a continuously variable transmission. Acceleration takes place in seconds and you can barely feel the vehicle as it picks-up speed.

·      Aerodynamic body

Whether it’s the Eclipse Cross or the Mirage, one feature that’s making all Mitsubishi cars top-grade performance cars, is their aerodynamic body. The wonderfully-crafted bodies of these vehicles are designed to reduce drag to the bare minimum and improve fuel efficiency to the maximum. This type of body also reduces impact-on-collision and keeps travelers safe. In order to get their aerodynamics right, Mitsubishi uses wind tunnel tests and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to understand whether their new design is safe and efficient or not.

Don’t miss out on the Mitsubishi experience

Planning to buy the new Mitsubishi Mirage or Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross or Mitsubishi Outlander in LaGrange? If yes, visit a North Carolina dealership for the best deals.

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Mitsubishi Warranty
June 25th, 2019 by:
LaGrange Mitsubishi
 

Mitsubishi Warranty

The Japanese automobile industry is renowned the world over for its adherence to the highest standards. Mitsubishi, one of the premier automotive companies in Japan, is a testament to this fact. Mitsubishi cars are loved for their quality construction, superior design, state-of-the-art features, and supreme safety. Another thing to love about Mitsubishi is its warranty. What’s covered under the Mitsubishi warranty?

Mitsubishi offers four types of warranty to car owners:

• 5-Years/60,000-Miles New Vehicle Limited Warranty This warranty is perfect for all new cars and is applicable for the first five years after purchase or up to 60,000 miles, whichever comes earlier. Any part damaged or destroyed will be repaired/replaced. On the other hand, the warranties of the Lancer Ralliart, Lancer Evolution, and i-MiEV models are eligible for 3 years or up to 36,000 miles.

 

• 7-Years/100,000-Miles Anti-Corrosion & Perforation Limited Warranty This warranty covers only rust damage caused due to normal use and is eligible for all models, including the Lancer Evolution, Lancer Ralliart and i-MiEV. Rust damage caused as a result of abnormal use, accidents, natural phenomenon (ex: rain), and abuse of vehicles (ex: cleaning with corrosive chemicals) is not covered.

Mitsubishi Warranty
 

• 10-Years/100,000-Miles Powertrain Limited Warranty This warranty covers any damage or degeneration that a powertrain equipment/installation undergoes as a result of normal wear & tear of the car. Only original owners of the car can avail this warranty. All i-MiEV, Lancer Evolution, and Lancer Ralliart models are eligible for 5 years or 60,000 miles powertrain limited warranty. If the car is sold, the new owners will be eligible to avail the remaining balance of the New Vehicle Warranty.

 

• Mitsubishi Confidence The Mitsubishi Confidence is the most-premium type of warranty available for Mitsubishi owners. This warranty includes 10 years or a 100,000 miles powertrain limited warranty, plus roadside assistance for five full years from the date of purchase of the warranty, during an emergency or accident.

 

In addition to this, the Mitsubishi Confidence is an explicit assurance of the company’s high-commitment to service and quality. Owners of the Mitsubishi Confidence warranty will be guaranteed superior innovation, design and service by the company. Planning to purchase a Mitsubishi? Speak to our staff at LaGrange Mitsubishi to book a test drive of a Mitsubishi in LaGrange.

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2019 Eclipse Cross Performance
June 25th, 2019 by:
LaGrange Mitsubishi
 
2019 Eclipse Cross

2019 Eclipse Cross Performance

The 2019 Eclipse Cross is an SUV that can seat up to five people. It comes with a wide variety of standard features and is equipped with an infotainment system that is extremely user-friendly. Overall, the crossover SUV provides great value for money if you are looking for a vehicle for you and your family that can drive you down the street or on the highway without any performance issues or discomfort.

Powered by a strong engine
The 2019 Eclipse Cross in Lagrange comes in five different trim levels, namely the ES, the LE S-AWC, the SP S-AWC, the SE S-AWC, and finally, the top dog SEL S-AWC. All of these trim levels are equipped with a standard turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 152 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque. This is paired with a continuously variable automatic transmission (or CVT) across all models. Moreover, all the trim levels, except for the ES, come with a standard all-wheel drive. The ES has a standard front wheel drive. The lowest level, ES, comes with 16-inch alloy wheels, heated side mirrors, foglights, LED daytime running lights, a rearview camera, height-adjustable driver’s seat, folding and reclining rear seats, cruise control, automatic climate control, Bluetooth connectivity, a 7-inch touchscreen, USB ports, and a four-speaker sound system.

The LE S-AWC level comes with 18-inch alloy wheels and black interior trim pieces, an upgraded 7-inch screen with a remote touchpad controller, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay smartphone integration, voice controls, and more. The SP S-AWC model is more or less similar to the LE S-AWC, but it has extended air dams and a larger rear spoiler. The SE S-AWC model of the 2019 Eclipse Cross in Lagrange comes with a wide variety of upgrades including blind spot monitoring, illuminated vanity mirrors, rear cross-traffic alert, proximity entry with push-button start, dual-zone climate control, a six-speaker stereo system, Mitsubishi Connect, as well as a remote tracker. Finally, the top dog SEL S-AWC comes with a surround-view parking camera system, leather upholstery, LED headlights, and more. You can opt for the Touring package which comes with the Rockford Fosgate stereo system, a panoramic sunroof, heated rear seats and steering wheel, and safety features like forwarding collision warning, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and more.

 

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2019 Mirage Features
June 25th, 2019 by:
LaGrange Mitsubishi
2019 Mirage Features
2019 Mirage

2019 Mirage Features

The 2019 Mirage is your basic hatchback with standard performance and a wide variety of impressive features. Especially when you consider how light it is in your pocket, this car is worth every penny. The 2019 Mirage in Lagrange is a great choice for basic, everyday travel. Available in five different trim levels, namely the ES, RF, LE, SE and GT, the vehicle comes with a standard 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine that is able to deliver around 78 horsepower and 74 pound-feet of torque. All other trims except for the ES come with standard CVT automatic transmission, while the ES model offers you the option of choosing between a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) and a five-speed manual transmission.

ES trim level features
For the ES, basic features include 14-inch wheels, automatic headlights, full power accessories, a rear spoiler, air conditioning, a tilt-only steering wheel, cruise control, a rearview camera, height adjustable driver’s sea, folding rear seats, Bluetooth connectivity, a 7-inch touchscreen display, as well as a four-speaker sound system and USB port.

RF trim level features
The RF trim level, which is new for 2019, basically has the same features as those present on the ES model. However, one major difference between the two is that the RF also has a Rockford Fosgate sound system with six speakers.

LE trim level features
The LE model of the 2019 Mirage in Lagrange boasts plenty of fancy features. It comes with 15-inch black alloy wheels, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, an armrest for the driver’s seat, heated front seats, a 6.5-inch touchscreen display, a CD player, as well as Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone integration. The LE also comes with red interior stitching and accents, which give it a unique appearance and feel.

SE trim level features
The SE model has features that are similar to that of the LE, with a major difference being the 14-inch wheels the SE has. It also comes equipped with foglights, automatic climate control, and keyless ignition and entry.

GT trim level features
The range-topping GT model has 15-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats, and xenon headlights.

 

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2019 Mitsubishi Outlander Safety
June 25th, 2019 by:
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2019 Mitsubishi Outlander

2019 Mitsubishi Outlander Safety

The 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander is a compact SUV that comes with plenty of new features for 2019. Its new styling includes new headlights with enhanced handling characteristics and a more comfortable drive thanks to tweaks to its steering and suspension. When it comes to safety too, the 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander in Lagrange is pretty impressive as it is loaded with a wide variety of safety features and driver aids to ensure a safe and comfortable driving experience.

Five trim levels
Available in five different trim levels, namely the ES, SE, LE, SEL, and GT, the crossover SUV can seat up to seven passengers. While the Outlander has most safety features and driver aids that you would find in its range, most of them are made available only on the top two trim levels as optional packages. So if safety is a priority for you, it is suggested that you go for either the SEL or GT models and opt for the touring package. The base ES is powered by a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers 166 horsepower and 162 pound-feet of torque. It has plenty of impressive features that ensure the occupant's safety.

With the SE trim level, you can choose the optional Convenience package, which comes with blind-spot monitoring as well as rear cross-traffic alert and other features such as power-folding mirrors and a sunroof. The LE model, on the other hand, comes with all the contents of the Convenience package as standard, which means that it has blind-spot monitoring as well as rear cross-traffic alert, along with black-painted wheels and several other blackout trim pieces. The SEL model of the 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander in Lagrange comes equipped with all the contents of the SE model along with the features of the Convenience package. Should you opt for the Premium package, you will get a 360-degree parking camera system, LED headlights, and more. Several safety features come in the Touring package, including a lane departure warning system, forward collision warning system with automatic braking, adaptive cruise control, and automatic high beams. The GT model also has the optional Touring package that comes with the same safety features.

 

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2019 Mirage Vs Mirage G4
June 25th, 2019 by:
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2019 Mirage

2019 Mirage Vs Mirage G4

2019 Mirage
The 2019 Mirage is a small hatchback that boasts an impressive fuel economy when paired with CVT automatic. Besides, considering its inexpensive price, this vehicle is one of the best options in its range for everyday drives. It comes in four different trim levels – the ES, RF, LE, SE, and GT. All trim levels come with a 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine that delivers 78 horsepower and 74 pound-feet of torque. For the base ES, you can choose between a CVT and a five-speed manual transmission. All other trim levels come with a standard CVT automatic. The 2019 Mirage in Lagrange, as mentioned before, has great fuel economy which stands at 39 mpg combined and 43 mpg highway. The interiors are quite spacious and have a pretty decent functionality throughout.

Mirage G4

Mirage G4
The Mirage G4 in Lagrange is a small sedan that can seat up to five people. One of the most affordable sedans in the market today, it is available in two trim levels, namely the ES and SE. Both the trim levels are powered by a 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine that delivers 78 horsepower and 74 pound-feet of torque, just like the 2019 Mirage. The SE comes equipped with features like 14 inch wheels, cruise control, keyless entry, Bluetooth, a 7-inch touchscreen, a four-speaker sound system, and more. You can also opt for the Smart Phone Display package that comes with 15-inch alloy wheels, a 6.5-inch touchscreen, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The SE comes with all the features of the SE and the Smart Phone Display package, combined with automatic climate control, foglights, proximity entry, auto-dimming rearview mirrors, heated front seats, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.

 

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2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Features
June 24th, 2019 by:
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Eclipse Cross Features

2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Features

The new 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is an exceptional crossover SUV that has a solid engine, a user-friendly infotainment system, and is a good value for money with a generously packed technology suite. Depending on your requirement, whether affordability is high on your list or if you're looking for more features, as the small crossover comes in various trims, it has something for everyone.

The Powertrain The 2019 Eclipse Cross is a five-passenger SUV that comes in five trim levels with one engine available across all the variants and barring the base trim, which has a front-wheel drive, the higher trims benefit from an all-wheel drive. The turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine delivers 152 horsepower with 184 pound-feet of torque and is paired with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). With this powertrain, the small SUV is not only faster than most in its class but also delivers more efficient acceleration than a majority its competitors, and by that yardstick performs better on the highway as well.

Exterior and Interior When you take a close look at the 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross in LaGrange, you will realize how well-equipped it is. The base trim comes with 16-inch alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights, fog lights, and even heated mirrors. In the cabin, the driver's seat is height-adjustable while the rear seats fold with a 60/40 split, and they slide and recline as well to provide added comfort for the passengers. On the higher trims, features like the heated front seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a rear-seat center armrest, and more plush upholstery are only a few of the upgrades that will see you and your loved ones enjoying a comfortable and cushy ride.

Tech The 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross boasts a load of tech features as well. The base model itself is generously packed with a robust technology suite that includes a rearview camera, cruise control, automatic climate control, a 7-inch infotainment interactive display with Bluetooth compatibility, a four-speaker sound system, and a USB port. For more upgraded standard features, the higher trims offer even more. And with some of the standout safety assists such as Forward Collision Mitigation, Lane Departure, and Blind Spot Warning, the car delivers a confident ride for even the most apprehensive of drivers.

From its handsome styling to its very affordable entry price and from its exceptional warranty to its smartphone compatibility, the 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is a value-oriented SUV regardless of which trim you choose.

 

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Mitsubishi Mirage G4 Performance
June 24th, 2019 by:
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Mirage G4

Mitsubishi Mirage G4 Performance

If you are on the search for a value-oriented subcompact sedan that combines affordability with excellent fuel economy and a solid warranty cover, then look no further because the Mitsubishi Mirage G4 is the car that delivers all that in spades. So, how does it perform?

The Powertrain The 2019 Mirage has a 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine that provides 78 horsepower and 74 pound-feet of torque. Available in two trims – the ES and SE, you can choose between a five-speed manual transmission or a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) on the former trim. Though the acceleration isn't the best, particularly on the highway, the main purpose of the engine is to save on fuel and with an in-city 36 mpg and 43 mpg on the highway, the Mirage delivers a superior performance that puts it ahead of its competition

Braking and handling With a front-wheel drive that comes standard across both variants and with enhancements to its body roll, the sedan offers a good quality ride, which is an improvement over its predecessor. If you test-drive the Mitsubishi Mirage G4 in LaGrange, you will notice that the car drives well around town, and with narrow tires that provide sufficient grip coupled with an effective stability control system, daily driving is a breeze. And thanks to its good suspension, which provides ample cushioning, the car fares well over speed bumps and highway dips too. In addition, the steering is more composed, and regardless of the speed, the front disc and rear drum brakes work efficiently while the pedal is more responsive too.

So, the car manufacturer has come leaps and bounds to deliver an overall better performing sedan this time around. And when you consider the exceptional savings on fuel with handy features like its amazing smartphone connectivity, several safety features and driving assists like the rearview camera and Hill Start Assist technology, and available stability and traction control, the 2019 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 gives you that much more for less.

So, if you are looking to buy a safe family sedan that offers exceptional value for money, the new Mirage G4 is definitely the way to go.

 

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Crossover vs. SUV
June 24th, 2019 by:
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Crossover vs. SUV

Car enthusiasts have been blessed with innumerable innovations and evolutions by the automobile industry over the decades. Styles and models have come and gone, and new makes enter the market every year. Among them, SUV models have been the highest sold.

Given its rough look and spacious interiors, the SUV has been the go-to family car for many. However, it soon faced competition from a new segment - the Crossover. So subtle are the differences between an SUV and a crossover that these two terms are often used interchangeably.

The difference between the two is mostly structural. The most distinguishing feature that differentiates an SUV and a crossover is the chassis on which the body of the vehicle is structured. While the body of an SUV is based on a truck chassis, the body of a crossover is based on a car chassis. Given their robust chassis, compatible suspension, and incredible drivetrain, SUVs are designed to cruise smoothly on uneven terrains - something that crossovers aren’t equipped to do.

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Structural differences between crossovers and SUVs Yet another difference between SUVs and crossovers is that the latter is designed as a unibody structure, i.e., the body and the frame of the car is built as one piece. Crossovers derive their name from the fact that they combine the features and styles of both SUVs and passenger vehicles, such as station wagons and hatchbacks.

On the other hand, SUVs are designed as a “body on frame” model which means there are two separate pieces (body and frame) that go into making an SUV. This design renders SUVs heavier, stable, and more durable. Crossovers, due to their unibody structure, are more compact, lighter, and provide their users with quicker and smoother rides with better fuel efficiency.

So if you would like a vehicle that can brave difficult terrains and provide the stability and durability you expect on adventure trips, then you should consider an SUV. If you would like a family car that is compact, light, easy to maneuver, and boasts great mileage, then you should buy a crossover. Visit the nearest car showroom to find out and explore your options. Mitsubishi in LaGrange features a number of SUV and crossover options for you to choose from.

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Mitsubishi Mirage Safety
June 24th, 2019 by:
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Mitsubshi Mirage Safety

Mitsubishi Mirage Safety

The 2019 Mitsubishi Mirage is one of the most affordable hatchbacks on the market today. With excellent fuel economy, a solid 10-year warranty on its powertrain, a load of standard new features that have been added on in this year's edition, plus the fact that it is well-equipped with safety tech, the new Mitsubishi Mirage in LaGrange is definitely good value for money. Let’s take a look at some of the standout safety features that enhance the driving experience and make this new hatchback a good family buy.

Active Stability Control The ASC system includes sensors, which continuously check the tire grip. So, in the event a wheel starts to lose traction, the smart technology signals the Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), which kicks in to help bring the vehicle under control again.

7 Airbag Safety System In addition to the six front impact, side impact, overhead airbags, Mitsubishi has added in a seventh airbag under the dashboard on the driver’s side, which helps to mitigate the risk of lower limb injury in the event of a frontal collision.

Improved visibility Driving at night is that much easier thanks to the halogen headlights, which can be upgraded to available Bi-Xenon HID headlights. And in addition to the smart LED taillights, you can opt for the optional fog lights for increased visibility through all kinds of weather.

RISE body construction If you take a close look at the Mitsubishi Mirage in LaGrange, you will notice the crumple zones that form part of Mitsubishi’s Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution (RISE) body. They help to take on the brunt of a high-impact collision. Plus, the side-impact door beams have improved strength, which will add to your peace of mind.

Additional safety tech Some of the standout technology that enhances the 2019 Mirage's safety are the rearview camera which helps you reverse easily, especially if you are in a tight spot, and the Hill Start Assist system that stops the hatchback from rolling back when starting off on a gradient, so the driver behind you will be protected as well.

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration has given the new Mirage an overall score of four stars out of five, while the overall and driver side barrier rating received an impressive five out of five stars. From the daytime running lights to the front disc/rear drum brakes and from the excellent traction control to the child safety locks, besides the latest Mitsubishi Mirage in Lagrange being a safe car, it is also exceptional value for money as well.

 

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Mitsubishi Warranty
June 24th, 2019 by:
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Mitsubishi Warranty

The Japanese automobile industry is renowned the world over for its adherence to the highest standards. Mitsubishi, one of the premier automotive companies in Japan, is a testament to this fact. Mitsubishi cars are loved for their quality construction, superior design, state-of-the-art features, and supreme safety. Another thing to love about Mitsubishi is its warranty. What’s covered under the Mitsubishi warranty?

Mitsubishi offers four types of warranty to car owners:

• 5-Years/60,000-Miles New Vehicle Limited Warranty This warranty is perfect for all new cars and is applicable for the first five years after purchase or up to 60,000 miles, whichever comes earlier. Any part damaged or destroyed will be repaired/replaced. On the other hand, the warranties of the Lancer Ralliart, Lancer Evolution, and i-MiEV models are eligible for 3 years or up to 36,000 miles.

 

• 7-Years/100,000-Miles Anti-Corrosion & Perforation Limited Warranty This warranty covers only rust damage caused due to normal use and is eligible for all models, including the Lancer Evolution, Lancer Ralliart and i-MiEV. Rust damage caused as a result of abnormal use, accidents, natural phenomenon (ex: rain), and abuse of vehicles (ex: cleaning with corrosive chemicals) is not covered.

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• 10-Years/100,000-Miles Powertrain Limited Warranty This warranty covers any damage or degeneration that a powertrain equipment/installation undergoes as a result of normal wear & tear of the car. Only original owners of the car can avail this warranty. All i-MiEV, Lancer Evolution, and Lancer Ralliart models are eligible for 5 years or 60,000 miles powertrain limited warranty. If the car is sold, the new owners will be eligible to avail the remaining balance of the New Vehicle Warranty.

 

• Mitsubishi Confidence The Mitsubishi Confidence is the most-premium type of warranty available for Mitsubishi owners. This warranty includes 10 years or a 100,000 miles powertrain limited warranty, plus roadside assistance for five full years from the date of purchase of the warranty, during an emergency or accident.

 

In addition to this, the Mitsubishi Confidence is an explicit assurance of the company’s high-commitment to service and quality. Owners of the Mitsubishi Confidence warranty will be guaranteed superior innovation, design and service by the company. Planning to purchase a Mitsubishi? Speak to our staff at LaGrange Mitsubishi to book a test drive of a Mitsubishi in LaGrange.

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3 reasons to buy Mitsubishi
June 24th, 2019 by:
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3 reasons to buy a Mitsubishi Outlander

3 Reasons to Buy a Mitsubishi Outlander

Mitsubishi Outlander is manufactured by Japan-based Mitsubishi Motors. The first generation of Outlander was launched in 2001 and was in production until 2008, while the second generation lasted until 2012. The third generation has been in the market since 2013 and received updates in 2015 and 2018. The 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander sports a refreshed look, spacious cabin that can comfortably accommodate seven passengers and adequate cargo space. If you are looking to buy Mitsubishi Outlander in LaGrange, here are three compelling reasons to go for it:

Three compelling reasons to buy Mitsubishi Outlander

Advanced safety features: The 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander received the “Top Safety Pick” rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and the maximum ‘Good’ rating in six of the crash tests. Vehicles that earn the tag of Top Safety Pick are those that demonstrate good ratings with respect to driver-sided small overlap front, roof strength, moderate overlap front, head restraint, and efficacy of headlights in illumination.

The Outlander also received an overall five-star rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

The 2019 Outlander offers advanced safety features which are much more than what the other vehicles in this class offer. The available safety additions include forward-collision warning, blind-spot monitoring, automated emergency braking, rear cross-traffic alert, lane-keep assist, and lane-departure warning.

Affordable: The Mitsubishi Outlander bagged the “5-year cost to own” award in 2019 from Kelly Blue Books (KBB). The auto-icon takes into consideration a range of factors that include financing, ongoing costs of fuel, depreciation, and insurance to award vehicles with the lowest projected cost of ownership.

Great mileage: Consumers who are looking to be the proud owners of Mitsubishi Outlander in LaGrange are sure to be interested in the fuel economy or mileage of the vehicle. The base Outlander features an EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) rating of 25 mpg and 30 mpg in the city and on the highway. These are exceptionally great figures for 3-row as well as compact SUVs which means considerably less money is spent at the pump as compared to rival vehicles in the same segment.

 

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2020 Outlander Sport
June 24th, 2019 by:
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2020 Outlander

2020 Outlander Sport

Come September 2020 and Mitsubishi’s 2020 Outlander Sport is going to hit showrooms across the world. In its newest Outlander Sport model, the Japanese automobile giant has added quite a few details and tech updates that make the newest launch exude an overall aggressive stance - something that buyers looking for crossovers might appreciate.

A new look for the 2020 Outlander Sport
Mitsubishi describes its newest model as robust, refined, and boldly redefined. With a sleek yet robust exterior, the versatile crossover remains lightweight as ever, making driving and maneuvering a breeze. It continues to be the perfect crossover option for people looking for comfort and better mileage while enjoying the feeling of driving an SUV.
Coming back to its appearance, Mitsubishi has given the 2020 Outlander Sport a new squared grille, distinctive headlights composed of multiple LEDs, a deeper hood line, and a pair of wide-set fog lamps on the far ends of the bumper. The design update to the front of the car definitely gives the car an aggressive outlook that the company has been intending to achieve.
At the back of the car, there’s a faux skid plate that adds to ruggedness and tail lights featuring LED lights stretching almost the entire width of the car.

Better connectivity
The 2020 Outlander Sport has updated its touchscreen display from 7 inches to 8 inches and features advanced voice recognition, making calls, and finding places on maps by integrating the phone to Android Auto ™ or Apple CarPlay™. This makes driving the 2020 Outlander Sport a better and more enjoyable experience.

Mitsubishi’s ease of driving, low cost entry, compact body, and the available All Wheel Drive make it extremely popular in the US among drivers who are looking for a car that is stylish, functional, and doesn’t charge a premium for its features. The 2020 Outlander Sport follows the same line of thought and provides people with the option of a safe, smooth drive in a stylish and safe car.

If you are planning to buy a crossover or a CUV in Lagrange, then you can surely consider buying the 2020 Outlander Sport in Lagrange.
 

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