Archive for May 18, 2016

2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Named Best Value on Road

2016 Outlander PHEV


The Mitsubishi Outlander is a much-loved vehicle, and it’s getting recognized. The 12th Annual Active Lifestyle Vehicle of the Year awards awarded the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander with the “Best Value on the Road” award.

The Annual Active Lifestyle awards take place over two-days, where journalists and athletes test-drive different vehicles. The vehicles are driven in basically all environments, from highways to city streets to off-road courses.

The vehicles were judged for a number of features, from seating to cargo capability to versatility. The cars that win are those that are best for people with an active lifestyle. The program exists to give automakers a chance to see what people with active lifestyles want and need in a car.

So, why the Mitsubishi Outlander? Because it performs well and saves you money. The Mitsubishi Outlander gives you great versatility in its cargo space and the Super All-Wheel Control system gives you ultimate control.

“It’s exciting to see the 2016 Outlander resonate so well among this group of active people,” said Don Swearingen, executive vice president of Mitsubishi Motors North America.

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Benefits of Leasing

Customer Leasing A Car

There are lots of options when getting a new car: you can buy new, buy used, or lease. But you’ll need to find what’s right for you! Here are some benefits of leasing a car:

Lower Monthly Payments – Lease payments tend to be lower than monthly payments. Why? Because a car loan is determined from the price of a new car. But with a lease, your payments are determined from the difference between the initial car’s price and the price at the end of your lease. That means that payments will be lower per month.

Smaller Down Payment – If you can’t afford a larger down payment, leasing is for you.  Down payments for leases are typically more flexible than new car down payments. You could put a few thousand down, but many leases require no down payment whatsoever.

Fewer Repair Costs – Most leases last two to three years, which means that your car will be covered under warranty for the entirety of the lease period. This also means that most issues in the car won’t take money out of your wallet. You’ll just need to have routine maintenance like oil changes.


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