The 2016 Mitsubishi boasts more than 100 enhancements and is now the only compact CUV available with a V6 engine. The 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander is available with two all-wheel-drive systems.
Despite their rather monstrous price tags, Tesla's vehicles have found a reasonable audience over the past decade, thanks to their high-efficiency, sporty specifications and looks; and that green factor, that makes people feel good about themselves for being responsible with their energy usage. Apparently though they're also a good investment, as company founder Elon Musk has been highlighting lately.
The Mitsubishi Mirage minicar has been an unexpected sales success for the Japanese carmaker, which has struggled in the U.S. market. While sales of other subcompact cars have declined in the face of low gas prices, the Mirage has held steady.
ChargePoint hopes to increase the availability of public DC fast charging for electric cars by offering a smaller charging station. The charging network's new Express 100 station is aimed at businesses that may want to offer fast charging to customers.
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EASING fuel prices and record low interest rates have helped reduce vehicle operating costs in Tasmania to the lowest level in seven years, the state's automotive body says. THE Royal Automobile Club of Tasmania on Tuesday released a report into running costs - including servicing, parts, registration and insurance - of more than 100 popular vehicles.
It was easy to diss the Mitsubishi Mirage when it first came to Canada two years ago. Built in Thailand primarily for emerging-market customers, the three-cylinder sub-subcompact launched here with a $12,498 MSRP that still wasn't low enough.
There's a rush on smaller cars as businesses take advantage of tax breaks before the end of the financial year. Car dealerships are experiencing unprecedented enquiry levels from small businesses that haven't been seen since the investment allowance the government introduced following the financial crisis.
Truck and bus maker Daimler India Commercial Vehicles Pvt Ltd on Monday said it has started shipping trucks to Cambodia. In a statement issued here, the company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Daimler AG of Germany, said Cambodia is its 13th overseas market.
Every time I am able to test drive a car, I fall in love with the car and this time was not any different. I was able to drive this Mitsubishi Outlander GT for one week...was I impressed? Heck yeah! The Outlander was so roomy and spacious inside and with the third row seat, we always had plenty of room.
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Following the debut of the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander, the car manufacturer has decided to also pull the wraps off the Outlander PHEV facelift, which is coming with a similar design of the one found on the regular midsize crossover. The vehicle can be easily distinguished thanks to its bumper extensions, to the new two-tone 18-inch machined and gloss black wheels and to the two new paint finishes, the Ruby Black Pearl and the Quartz Brown Metallic.
The facelifted Mitsubishi Outlander range has been revealed for the Japanese market. Looking much like the US-spec Outlander, the presence of the refreshed version in Japan sees Mitsubishi's new 'Dynamic Shield' design make its homeland debut.
Micros are particularly popular in Japan and Europe, but have presented challenging business cases for the market where big has long been king. North America is ruled by the United States, and Americans don't like small and they don't like hatchbacks, which pretty much rules out every micro in existence.
Rarely is a car's model name ironic while it is still in production, although there are some exceptions: The Ford Aspire was pretty ironic from the get-go, and the Chevrolet Monte Carlo was rarely seen on the streets of that principality. Which brings us to the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X. With "evolution" in its name, one expects it to continually improve, to adapt to its surroundings, and, well, evolve the breed.