The Top Five 2017 Mitsubishi Car Models

Mitsubishi is a popular brand that has been working hard to remain competitive in the automotive market. We’ve reviewed their most desired models to find the top five for 2017. These are the ones that have made the list for their superior performance, affordability and useful features.  If you’re out there and in the market for a Mitsubishi then you shouldn’t have to look further than the models outlined below:

1. 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage

The Mirage is a subcompact car that was popular, but there was a lot of room for improvement. The automaker pulled its team of design and engineering experts together to improve the car and bring it to the number one model of the company for 2017. The Mirage G4 is an improvement that replaces the much hated hatchback with an actual trunk in the four door sedan version. It also threw in a new audio system that is fully compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It also included a restyling of bother interior and exterior which enhanced the appearance. They didn’t stop there either. The previous engine was a little louder than necessary and a few tweaks here and there gave it a much smoother idle. It’s an economy car that saves at the gas pump with a combined fuel consumption rating of 36 mpg while offering a comfortable ride.

2. 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander

The Outlander is the second most popular model put out by the Mitsubishi company. It is a five door wagon version that is mid size crossover sports utility vehicle. This model has been manufactured since 2001 and the line has successfully continued with advancements and improvements made to enhance its performance and appeal to the public. It features a front engine with front and four wheel drive. This vehicle is preferred for all season and off road use as well as for city and freeway travel because of the comfort of the handling and ride as well as the high ground clearance and four wheel drive. It still offers the benefits of economy in size as a versatile and high performing vehicle.

3. 2017 Mitsubishi Pajero

Mitsubishi began productionof the Pajero in 1982 in its Assembly plant in Sakahogi, Gifu, Japan. This mid size sports utility vehicle has been one of the more popular choices witha front engine layout and a four wheel drive that makes it a versatile automobile for city or highway driving or off road use in more rugged terrain. Itwas named after the Pampas cat of the Patagonia plateau area of Argentina. Because of its ability to cover a variety of different terrains effortlessly, it has risen to the status of being compared with the Land Rover Discovery, the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado SEB and the Nissan Patrol Y61.

4. 2017 Mitsubishi Galant

The Galant began first production in 1969 and ran through 2012. It was discontinued for a period of three years and made its appearance on the automotive scene again in 2015 with final production in the 2017 model. This compact car was named for the French word “galante” which means chivalrous. Of the nine generations of this model, it began as a compact sedan that evolved into a car that was mid size and eventually a compact. It features fuel saving economy and attractive exterior design for a moderate price. The Gallant is popular for its cost efficiency, smooth handling and comfort for both driver and passengers alike.

5. 2017 Mitsubishi RVR

The RVR is another favorite of the Mitsubishi auto makers with the current run which is also called the Mitsubishi ASX, beginning production from 2010 through the present. It’s a compact crossover sports utility vehicle that has made an evolution from the previous production run from 1991-2002 as a compact MPV. This recreational vehicle was first conceptualied during the economic boom that was experienced in Japan. The sliding door on the passenger side was oneof the more popular features.

It began as a taller wagon in the first run, but when it reappeared, it lost the rear sliding door and went with the more conventional doors seen on modern SUVs. This is one of the more popular models because it features the four wheel drive aspect of an off road vehicle without sacrificing interior comfort and excellence in handling. Because of a decline in sales and popularity in 2002, engineers realized that there were some great selling points, but that there were improvements that needed to be made to meet customer expectations and demands. When this model was reinvented, it grew in popularity and remains one of the top choices from the lineup of the Mitsubishi brand.


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