Compact cars come in a very diverse array of shapes and capabilities. The Mitsubishi Lancer stands out from the densely packed automotive segment by being the only compact sedan to make all-wheel-drive available to buyers. Additionally, the automaker has updated Lancer's technology to offer an optional touchscreen and a standard rearview camera.
By combining affordability, efficiency and adaptability, the Mitsubishi Mirage has become one of the most competitive hatchbacks on the market today. The latest models can also serve their owners by offering seamless integration for the most popular smartphones and their associated applications. Hands-free Bluetooth connectivity is also standard.
The Mirage G4 is the sedan variant of the Mirage lineup from Mitsubishi. It carries most, if not all, of the same equipment that is found with the hatchback version. Like its five-door sibling, the Mirage G4 is very affordable and very efficient. Buyers will also have the choice between a manual or automatic transmission.
Crossover SUVs are the most popular class of vehicle available to customers today. The Mitsubishi Outlander widely regarded as among the segment's best values. It offers three rows of seating with room for up to seven passengers, five trims levels several cutting-edge systems like a large touchscreen and 360-degree parking camera.
Buyers considering the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport will be getting many of the same features that has made its larger Outlander sibling so popular – just in a smaller, more nimble and efficient package. A next-generation touchscreen with smartphone integration is universally available with each trim grade of the Outlander Sport.
After years of the dominating foreign crossover SUV markets, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is finally available in the United States. Based on the Outlander Sport, Mitsubishi has vastly increased the crossover SUV's overall efficiency by adding a rechargeable battery system that can be quickly replenished through a wall-mounted unit.