Mitsubishi Model Highlights

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Mitsubishi has made quite a few changes to their lineup for the 2017 model year. Mitsubishi no longer sells the Mitsubishi Lancer, but a new fuel efficient model, the Mitsubishi Mirage G4, took its place. Additionally, Mitsubishi added in a couple new trims to spice things up. Here’s an overview of what Mitsubishi models are currently available.

Mitsubishi Mirage

A vehicle known for its fuel efficiency, the Mitsubishi Mirage is a subcompact hatchback that averages 37 mpg in the city and 43 mpg on the highway. Available in three trims, the Mirage is a very affordable yet well equipped vehicle. With available features like Bluetooth voice command, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and FAST-key passive entry, consumers get plenty of bang for their buck. Plus, the stylish and popular hatchback design provides 47.0 cubic-feet of cargo (with the seats down).

MSRP Starting at $12,995

Mitsubishi Mirage G4

Not directly linked to the Mirage, the Mitsubishi Mirage G4 is a sedan with plenty to offer. Like the Mirage, the Mirage G4 has great fuel economy, with 35/42 mpg city/highway. It’s available in two trims, both of insane affordability of below $16k. Also along with the Mirage, the Mirage G4 has landed on many Kelley Blue Book “Ten Best” lists – “Most Affordable” is definitely one of them. Also available with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

MSRP starting at $13,995

Mitsubishi Outlander

The original icon for Mitsubishi Motors, the Mitsubishi Outlander is one SUV not to forget. With it’s available 360 degree multi-view camera system, advanced safety features, and seating capacity of seven, everyone can fit comfortably knowing that they’re not only protected, but with available features like dual-zone automatic climate control and a Rockford Fosgate surround sound system, it’s a ride to enjoy.

MSRP starting at $23,495

Mitsubishi Outlander Sport

For a sportier look while still having plenty of space, look for the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport. Recently having received a limited edition with heated driver and passenger seats, high intensity headlights, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto with Bluetooth technology, consumers can get many great features for a fraction of the price. Plus, although a little more compact than the Outlander, it still gets 49.5 cubic-feet of cargo space and an optional roof rack.

MSRP starting at $19,795

Things will continue to get interesting because there are some more models expected to be introduced in 2018, including the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross (a crossover with cool technology), Model A PHEV, and the Mitsubishi Expander, which is a minivan available in another country. In the meantime, search all of the available Mitsubishi models at University Mitsubishi online here.

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