Japanese automaker Mitsubishi have been producing vehicles for decades, but not always with a glowing reputation. So much so that, before they installed a new president in 2014, there was some speculation as to whether they’d still be producing vehicles in the USA.
They are, with sales gradually improving for certain models. Mitsubishi have been doing all they can to improve their vehicles, hoping it will be reflected in an upturn for their reputation. Many drivers still stick with their old views, however there are a number of reasons investing in a Mitsubishi shouldn’t be overlooked.
Keeping up with the times as many cars and vans opt for the fashionable streamlined look, Mitsubishi are on board too. Placing a lot of focus on SUV models their latest Outlander PHEV features a sleek, swished back front coupled with a trim yet firm body. Appearing powerful and modern, it’s a trait applied to the final Lancer car as well.
The stylish exterior is reflected in the cabin of all Mitsubishi vehicles too. Comfortable with clean and trendy aesthetics along with contemporary equipment, such as MP3 plug-ins, air-conditioning and more, makes it feel like you’re driving in the 21st century. Which is good, as you are!
The most attractive aspect of Mitsubishi vehicles to many drivers is their price. If you’re looking for a cheap and cheerful car for short city trips then they have plenty of fantastic options on offer. Likewise their range of SUVs suit those seeking something more substantial.
Fuel costs on a lot of models are also relatively low, so the initial price isn’t offset by these later. If you only need a short term solution or aren’t fully convinced, then renting a Mitsubishi through Lease Van is a great idea. This allows you to get a feel for the vehicle first without a huge payment and all MOTs and servicing costs are covered.
Mitsubishi was one of the first car manufacturers to start developing plug-in hybrid SUVs with the latest Outlander PHEV. Green seems to be a big aim too, with the newest compact Mirage emitting less than 100g/km of CO2 at an incredibly low price. Constantly coming up with new and exciting ideas is one way they can build up a positive reputation and bring something different to the market. For your next vehicle, whether for personal or business use, consider the merits of a Mitsubishi.
Bilal Sajjad is a full-time writer who loves to write about new cars, classic cars and good at writing about cars racing as well.
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