Mitsubishi Outlander Is One of the Most Affordable 3-Row Vehicles

Larger vehicles are almost always more expensive than their smaller counterparts. But you don’t have to spend a fortune to get the size of vehicle you need. Kelley Blue Book has named the Mitsubishi Outlander to its list of the 10 Most Affordable 3-Row Vehicles.

“The 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander is an outstanding value proposition and comes with a long list of standard safety features and amenities,” states Don Swearingen, Executive Vice President, MMNA, in a statement. “And for 2016, the Outlander will feature bold new styling and over 100 key engineering and interior refinements, adding even more value to an already feature-laden vehicle.”

KBB.com described the 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander as “loaded with value.” The editors were impressed with its standard three rows of seats, micron air filtration, hill-start assist, traction and stability control, seven air bags, and Mitsubishi’s impressive 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty.

In addition to these great value-oriented standard features, the Outlander is an IIHS Top Safety Pick+ with the available Forward Collision Mitigation system. Other safety features include anti-lock brakes and Electronic Brake-force Distribution. The Outlander is even built with Mitsubishi’s Impact Safety Evolution chassis.

Come check out what the 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander can offer you at Pantili Mitsubishi today.

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Look Out for Motorcycles during Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

Warmer weather means that we will be seeing more and more motorcycles out on the road. While motorcyclists may seem like a tough bunch, riding a motorcycle is much more dangerous than driving any other vehicle. This is why May is officially recognized as Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month.

With a few minor exceptions, motorcyclists have to follow the same rules of the road as any other vehicle. Here are a few tips to help us all “share the road” safely.

  • Leave more following space (3-4 seconds) when driving behind a motorcycle. This will give the motorcyclists more time and space to maneuver during an emergency.
  • Don’t assume a motorcycle is turning even when you see a signal. Many motorcycle turn signals are non-cancelling.
  • Always be on the lookout for motorcycles, especially when crossing an intersection as motorcycles can easily go unnoticed.
  • Always use your turn signals when you are merging or changing lanes.

Do you ever ride a motorcycle? What are some things you do to make sure you ride safely?

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