Fairfield Mitsubishi Blog & News

Four Things to Know About the New Plug-In Hybrid SUV from Mitsubishi

 

Love the idea of a fuel-sipping plug-in hybrid, but afraid you'll have to sacrifice space and performance to get it? Then, here at Fairfield Mitsubishi, we have good news for you. Mitsubishi has just released their latest innovation and, not only does it offer plug-in hybrid technology, it also offers all the power and space you want.

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Have You Heard the News? There's an Exciting New Mitsubishi, and We Have it Available here in Fairfield

 

When a car company as renowned for quality and style as Mitsubishi releases an all-new model, we here at Fairfield Mitsubishi take notice. Now, with the release of the all-new 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, the whole world is standing up and taking note.

We've been excited about the new Mitsubishi Eclipse crossover ever since we first heard about it midway through 2017.

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Catch the 2018 Mitsubishi Mirage on the Roads of Fairfield

The 2018 Mitsubishi Mirage is small, offers five-door hatchback versatility and excellent fuel-efficiency – numbers that are found in a hybrid car! Trust us; this is one hatchback you won’t want to miss out on. So if you would like to test drive the 2018 Mitsubishi Mirage, then make your way down to Fairfield Mitsubishi today.

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Learn More About Mitsubishi Warranties

Peace of mind comes standard with the purchase of any new Mitsubishi vehicle in our inventory, and you can see this for yourself at Fairfield Mitsubishi. Whether you decide to drive away in a new Mitsubishi Outlander, Outlander Sport, Mirage, or Lancer, you will enjoy the miles of adventures ahead of you.

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Eclipse Cross adds to Mitsubishi SUV lineup

The Mitsubishi Eclipse is returning in 2018 as a crossover SUV, hence the new name, Eclipse Cross. In size, the Eclipse Cross will be in between the seven-passenger Outlander and bigger than five-passenger Outlander Sport and comes in five trim levels: ES, LE, SE, SEL and SEL Touring and all have all-wheel drive except the ES which has front-wheel drive.

The Eclipse Cross will have a 1.5-liter engine with 152 horsepower in a direct-injection turbo four-cylinder and 184 pound-feet of torque.

 

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