Most Americans that file their taxes will receive some sort of refund. For some Americans, this refund will be thousands of dollars. If you’re getting a sizable return this year, you can spend your tax refund at Randall Mitsubishi. This is a great, easy way to get a down payment in a lump sum.
Industry experts recommend a down payment for a new car to be at least 10%. If your tax refund is $2,000 or more, you could easily have more than you need. With a larger down payment, you won’t need to finance as much of your car purchase. This means your monthly payments will be lower and you could potentially get a lower interest rate.
If you don’t want to buy a brand new car, you could also use your refund towards a great used car. Here at Randall Mitsubishi, we have a great inventory of affordable, quality pre-owned cars.
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The updated L200 pickup for Mitsubishi will be introduced in the European market.
Introducing Mitsubishi’s newest innovation to the European market – the updated L200 pickup.
Revealed at the Geneva Motor Show, the fifth-generation mini-truck offers passengers a more car-like driving experience with a stiffer frame, refined suspension, and a larger enhanced cabin while still offering the “functionality and reliability” of a work vehicle. With a redesigned front and rear fascia, the L200 features an interior that features DAB radio and dual-zone climate control. The Mitsubishi L200 also offers passengers keyless entry, a rear view camera, and added safety features that include lane departure warning and hill start assist.
The updated L200 also boasts powertrain improvements, offering a 2.4-liter diesel engine with a two-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive option. The European truck stands ahead of its competitors in regards to fuel efficiency with a 42mpg rating and four-ton carrying capacity. Due to the success of the company’s Outlander PHEV model, Mitsubishi has hinted that a hybrid option for the L200 might be forthcoming.
The L200 is comparable to the Outlander in the U.S. market, so if this has you excited, be sure to come visit Randall Mitsubishi to see all of the newest innovations imbued into our line of products!