Archive for November 23, 2015

Introducing the Mitsubishi Mirage Rockford Fosgate Edition

Mirage Rockford Fosgate

The special edition Mirage Rockford Fosgate is sure to turn heads and pack a punch with premium features!

 

The latest special edition model of the popular Mitsubishi Mirage is alive and well. A spinoff of the Mirage DE trim, it comes in at a price of $15,755. Named the Mitsubishi Mirage Rockford Fosgate Edition, this hatchback is set to take on the likes of high-end trims of the Chevy Spark, Ford Fiesta, and Mazda2.

The Mirage Rockford Fosgate Edition comes standard with an ecoPunch sound system, audio controls on the steering wheel, Bluetooth connectivity, cruise control, and much more. Featuring the 300-watt audio system, this affordable car is set to appeal to music lovers.

“Rockford Fosgate is one of the most recognized and coveted audio systems in the automotive industry and we’re excited to offer this package in a segment that doesn’t typically offer premium audio systems,” said Don Swearingen, Mitsubishi Motors North America executive VP.

The Mitsubishi Mirage is known as the most fuel-efficient car outside of the hybrid segment. It joined Mitsubishi’s lineup back in 2014.

The arrival of the high-end audio system in what is typically known as a budget friendly car is certainly something we didn’t expect—but surprises like this remind us why we love Mitsubishi so much.

We here at Randall Mitsubishi can’t wait to see what the new Mirage Rockford Fosgate Edition can do!

Drive Safe: 3 Thanksgiving Travel Tips

Thanksgiving Travel Tips

Save money and stay stress-free this holiday travel season!

Thanksgiving is nearly upon so hopefully you’ve booked your flight and made plans by now. Whether you have or not, there are still a few things you can do to make your trip smoother. Avoid getting trapped at the airport this holiday season. We here at Randall Mitsubishi has some Thanksgiving travel tips to make reaching your loved ones go much smoother!

  1. Avoid Checking Bags. Many airlines charge a fee for every bag you check. To save both time and money, pack all your essentials in a carry-on. Send the rest of your items, like clothes, to friends or family at your destination via the mail. You’re also less likely to lose your luggage this way.
  2. Arrive Early or Late in the Day. Crowds are at their peak around the middle of the day. To pass security checkpoints and reach your gate quickly, arrive early or late in the day. If you arrive early, you’ll be less likely to experience flight delays as well.
  3. Book Your Flight Early. Millions of people will be booking their flights around the holidays so you’ll need to book before the masses in order to get your preferred flight. Avoid higher ticket prices by booking early as well.

Happy travels!