Mitsubishi is inviting everyone to “come see the new face of Mitsubishi Motors” at the 2015 New York International Auto Show, where it will be revealing what can only be the restyled 2016 Outlander SUV.
That assumption can be made from the poster that came with the announcement, which depicts a fairly recognizable front end. But as we know from previous spy shots, Mitsubishi has gone to work on both the front fascia and much of the rear end of the most popular vehicle in its lineup.
There’s also good reason to think the restyling will coincide with the American debut of the Outlander’s plug-in hybrid version, which has us expecting a design more or less along the lines of the Outlander PHEV Concept-S previously unveiled at the 2014 Paris Motor Show.
In any case, we can’t wait to have the new 2016 Outlander at Pantili Mitsubishi. Stay tuned for the press conference at 11:30AM ET on April 2nd for the big reveal!
The fuel-efficient Mitsubishi Mirage has been named to Kelley Blue Book’s list of the 10 Most Fuel-Efficient Cars Under $25,000, setting it apart as a top choice for any green-minded car shopper. The Mitsubishi Mirage is the only non-hybrid or non-electric car to make the list, and is the most fuel efficient gasoline-powered (non-hybrid) vehicle available in the US today.
“The Mirage continues to be an important vehicle for the Mitsubishi brand,” said Don Swearingen, Executive Vice President, MMNA in a statement. “With its affordable price, incredible fuel economy and surprising list of available features, the Mirage is a great value that people recognize – February 2015 was the vehicle’s best-ever sales month since its launch in 2013.”
With a starting price of $12,995, a combined EPA fuel rating of 40 mpg, and one of the industry’s most comprehensive protection plans, the Mirage is one of the most affordable cars to own. The Mirage isn’t just affordable though—it also offers incredible value. A long list of available features keeps passengers comfortable, safe, connected, and entertained.
Stop by Pantili Mitsubishi today to learn more about the exciting Mitsubishi Mirage!
The results are in and Mitsubishi February sales proved to be the best in seven years! After starting the year strong in January, Mitsubishi continued its record pace throughout February. In total, 7,533 units were sold which was a 26 percent increase compared to February of last year.
When counting the number of sales from January through February, Mitsubishi sales have increased 29.3 percent from 2014 to 2015.
The Mitsubishi Lancer posted the biggest increase in February. With 2,099 units sold, Lancer sales results increased 64.1 percent compared to the year prior. The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport also posted a record month with 2,394 units sold, its best February ever.
Don Swearingen, executive vice president of MMNA, said, “We are looking forward to a good sales year that will be bolstered by launching new and significantly redesigned versions of key models throughout the year starting next month at the New York International Auto Show.”
We here at Pantili Mitsubishi are excited to see what Mitsubishi has to offer within the upcoming year and hope you are too. To see the new 2015 Mitsubishi lineup visit us today!
There’s a new and improved sport utility truck on the way and its coming from Mitsubishi. The last time we saw this thing back in November 2014, it was called the Triton. Now, the Mitsubishi L200 debut is set for the Geneva Motor Show in March.
The L200 is heading into its fifth generation. According to Mitsubishi, it offers “new heights of reliability, toughness, interior comfort, and maneuverability.” The interior cabin is more spacious and quieter than previous models. The club-cab version now includes rear doors, cruise control, dual-zone automatic climate control, a rear view camera, and steering wheel adjustments for comfort.
Under the hood is a 2.4-liter MIVEC turbo diesel engine that comes in two models. The base model enters the ring at 152 hp and 280 lb-ft of torque. The power model reaches 178 hp and 317 lb-ft of torque. The engine is wrapped in a pretty bow with a six speed manual transmission that drops carbon dioxide emissions by 17%.
Safety is standard as usual with Mitsubishi. Active Stability & Traction Control now comes with Trailer Stability Assist, Hill start Assist, and Lane Departure Warning. LED daytime running lights also come standard.
There you have it; the all-new Mitsubishi L200 sport utility truck. Sporty, environmentally green, and everything in between.