Mitsubishi is preparing to become a solely SUV-focused automaker in the US, and it’s pretty clear why: Mitsubishi does SUVs very well. Just take the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander, for instance. There’s a whole lot to love about the new Outlander, such as the following:
It has a great warranty. Mitsubishi offers the best warranties in the industry, such as the Outlander’s 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain limited warranty.
It is incredibly efficient. The 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander can achieve up to 30 miles per gallon on the highway, despite its larger size.*
It is affordable, to boot. The 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander was named to Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com’s “10 Most Affordable 3-Row Vehicles” of 2017 list.
It offers a lot of seating. It seats up to seven passengers, as a matter of fact, and keeps them comfortable and entertained with available features like front dual-zone automatic climate control and the premium Rockford Fosgate® surround sound system.
It’s got a bevy of safety technologies. Available safety tech includes Rear Cross Traffic Alert, the Multi-View Camera System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Collision Mitigation, Super All-Wheel Control, Blind Spot Warning, and Lane Departure Warning
Here in Vero Beach, Florida, we know that the summer sun means business. Keeping your car cool is crucial when driving—not just for your comfort, but for your safety. Here are some easy tips to keep your car cool in the Florida heat.
Use your AC. Make sure your AC is in fine working order (you can have it tested at Dependable Mitsubishi if something seems off), and use it when traveling in hot temperatures. If possible, turn on your AC a few minutes before getting into your car to cool it off.
Park Smartly. Ward off heat by parking in the shade, whenever possible. If you’ll be away from your car for a few hours, anticipate where the shade will be in the final hour before returning to your car. If you can, park your car so that most of the sunlight will hit the rear of your car, so that the steering wheel won’t be hot to the touch.
Invest in Window Shades. Buy window shades to suction to your windows, as well as a big reflective one for your windshield.
Leave Windows Cracked. If you are in an area where you feel comfortable and rain is not on the menu, consider cracking your windows just a touch. Doing so will allow some air to circulate, though not much.