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Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Comfort Feature Highlights: Redesigned Second-Row Seating and Power Driver Lumbar Support

The popular Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV compact SUV plug-in hybrid is one of the many Mitsubishi vehicles we have in stock on our lot here at CASA MITSUBISHI. To introduce you to this plug-in hybrid SUV, we would like to highlight two of its select comfort features here on our blog today.

Second-Row Seating Re-Imagined

The standard second row seats of the Outlander PHEV have been redesigned by adjusting the seat shape to ensure better comfort and support for passengers beyond the front seat.

Power Driver Lumbar Support

It's extremely important for the driver to be 
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Motorist Safety Tips for Halloween

Halloween is a fun time of year for kids and adults alike. As a driver, it's even more important to keep your guard up, drive defensively and be on the lookout for pedestrians in costumes. We here at CASA MITSUBISHI suggest you keep the following safety tips in mind when you drive.

Maintain a low driving speed, especially when you are in residential neighborhoods. Children often dart into streets because they're excited and they may be difficult to see because of dark costumes. Try to drive at least 5 mph under the speed limit to give yourself time…

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Auto-Dimming Mirror Technology


When you are driving at night, the glare from the headlights of the car behind you can cause temporary blindness. This slows your reactions and ability to respond to hazards in front of you. Auto manufacturers have found a high-tech solution to this common problem.

Auto-dimming rearview mirrors change color and darken when someone shines their high-beams from behind. The mirrors work through semi-conductor technology using a set of photodiode sensors to transform the light into electrical signals. This signal passes over 

 

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Cleaning Your Car Is Fast and Easy

Cleaning a car in Albuquerque is much easier than you may imagine it be. For example, you could use a microfiber cloth or disposable wipe to clean dust or grime off of a center console or seat. You can also use a cloth to get rid of the sticky residue left over by a cup of coffee or soda.

In just a few minutes, you can get rid of cups, bottles and empty fast food bags just by picking them up and putting them in the trash. Of course, plastic cans and bottles should be put in the recycling bin…

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Take Control Of Fuel System Issues

The importance of a properly functioning fuel system is crucial to the performance and operation of your automobile. There are a few telltale signs that your fuel system has a problem.

Engine Sputtering At High Speeds

If you feel your engine cut out at high speeds, guess what? You may have a faulty fuel pump.

Car Doesn’t Start

In key position one, you will hear the fuel pump start to operate before you start the car. If your fuel pump has failed, you won’t hear anything in position one, and your car won’t start.

 

 

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The Safety Features in the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

The Eclipse Cross remains popular for the vehicle's compact size that makes it fun to drive. Yet, the interior comfortably accommodates up to five adults. The new safety features on the latest models ensure a pleasurable trip while ensuring occupant protection. See the models for the current year at our CASA MITSUBISHI location. Take an Eclipse Cross for a drive.

The front interior of the vehicle features a steering wheel airbag, side curtain airbags and side torso airbags. In this way, front-seat occupants are protected from the steering wheel, dashboard and door
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The Mitsubishi Mirage G4: Comfort for the Real World

If you're looking for all the essential comfort features in an affordable and stylish package, then the Mitsubishi Mirage G4 has got you covered. Designed with real life in Albuquerque in mind, the Mirage G4 is loaded with comfort features you'll actually use as you seek to make your life a little easier. Here are a couple of features that we at CASA MITSUBISHI want you to know about.

First is the Mirage's surprisingly large and flexible cargo area. With 12.3 cubic feet of cargo space in the trunk itself and a convenient fold-down seat for…
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Mitsubishi Mirage Safety Features

The all-new Mirage is a stylish sub-compact sedan that is perfect for drivers of all kind. This year’s Mirage is giving drivers choices. Drivers of the Mirage have the option to choose from three body styles: hatchback, GT, or sedan. Although the body styles may look different, all Mirage vehicles provide drivers with fuel efficiency and safety.

With gas prices constantly increasing, fuel efficiently is important for most drivers. Luckily, the Mirage gets 33 city MPG and 41 highway MPG. In addition to its fuel efficiency, the Mirage also provides its drivers with impressive standard 
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Which Mitsubishi Outlander Model Will You Choose?

Everyone here at Casa Mitsubishi is proud to show off the new Mitsubishi Outlander. This popular SUV is available in a few different configurations. Multiple engines and transmission options let you get a model that works for your needs and lifestyle.

Drivers in Albuquerque can choose between a couple of different powerful engines to power their ride. The first is a 2.4-liter MIVEC engine. It offers up 166 horses of power. This particular machine is focused on fuel economy. It can give you as much as 30 MPG on the highway. The second engine is a 3.0-liter MIVEC…
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Are Your Tires Ready to Be Replaced?

At CASA MITSUBISHI, we want your driving experience to be safe and efficient. The condition of your vehicle's tires can be easy to overlook during today's hectic schedules, but it's important to check them periodically. Failure to do so can lead to a flat or a blow out on the road.

There's a couple easy checks that only take a couple minutes to perform. One is called the penny test. Insert a penny into the tread of each tire with Lincoln's head facing you. If you can't see the top of his head, then…
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