Archive for February 15, 2017

New Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Limited Edition Debut Takes Place Online Before Auto Show

Outlander Sport Limited Edition Debut

Although it was scheduled to get its big reveal at the Chicago Auto Show, Mitsubishi decided to sneak out the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Limited Edition debut ahead of time to the delight of fans and followers.

 

The new Limited Edition model of the popular vehicle comes with a long list of new features, as well as updated styling, setting it apart from other Outlander Sport trim levels, including black wheels and mirror caps, for just $21,995.

 

Inside the vehicle, the Limited Edition model will have unique interior accents including red stitching, as well as an infotainment system that comes with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility – so you can sync your smart phone right to your car.

 

If you’re interested in the new Limited Edition trim level, you won’t have to wait very long to get behind the wheel, as the model goes on sale this month. It’s hard to say how many units there will be of the Outlander Sport Limited Edition, so be sure to act fast.

 

Until then, or to check out another model, contact us or stop by any time at Randall Mitsubishi to see what we have in store. We would love to set you up on a test drive!

Valentine’s Day Driving Tips to Remember on Every Date

Valentine’s Day Driving Tips

This Valentine’s Day and on all date nights to come – though driving safety may be the last thing on your mind – we urge you to think otherwise. The influence of your favorite music, alcohol, and even an intoxicating date can quickly make a casual drive dangerous.

 

Not sure where to begin? Check out these Valentine’s Day driving tips, which are relevant year-round.

 

  • Let your date, or whoever is in the passenger’s seat, choose the music that’s playing, so you can keep your hands on the wheel.
  • Though you may be tempted to wear your most fancy shoes for a big date, be sure to have something comfortable to wear behind the wheel.
  • Don’t pick up your cell phone. Not only is it dangerous, but also, your date may appreciate it if you avoid your phone for most of the evening.
  • Perhaps stick with safe foods if you are going out to eat. You don’t want to find yourself in desperate need of the bathroom while you’re driving your date around.
  • And lastly – never, ever drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Your vehicle, your life, and potentially the lives of others, are never worth it.

 

For more driving safety tips, or to pick out a brand new car to whisk away your date, visit us any time at Randall Mitsubishi.