The 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander is designed for families with a need for space. The latest model boasts a vast array of standard features that offer plenty of comfort and convenience benefits on the road. The SUV even features a plethora of standard and available safety features that set it apart from the competition. Available from an affordable price, the Mitsubishi Outlander offers some of the best features on the road.
The Outlander’s spacious interior seats up to seven passengers comfortably. A vast cargo area offers up to 63.3 cubic feet of space for all of your larger items. Available roof racks further increase the overall versatility and utility of the 2017 Outlander.
Available leather upholstery and leather-wrapped accents add a touch of sophistication to the family-sized SUV. Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ compatibility are just a few of the innovative technologies available in the 2017 Outlander.
Under the hood lies a standard 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that earns up to an EPA-estimated 30 MPG Highway.* Drivers can upgrade to the 3.0-liter V6 engine for a thrilling 224 horsepower. Available All-Wheel Control and paddle shifters create a driving experience unlike any other in the Mitsubishi Outlander.
A summer vacation usually means some kind of road trip to your destination. No matter where you’re going, there are a few things to keep in mind before you hit the road.
Make sure you are well-rested and eat something before you get on the road. If you do find yourself tired, pull over and stretch your legs. Don’t try to battle fatigue by driving through it. Drivers who are absurdly tired should put the seat back and take a nap for an hour or so. A cool drink or caffeinated beverage can help you stay awake too. And having a snack certainly never hurts!
Keep Track of Kids
A long road trip can be tiring, but you should never leave your kids in a locked car under any circumstances. Even if the windows are down or air conditioning is on, a child’s body heats up faster than an adults. Before you leave, make a plan for how you are going to manage the kids during stops. Make a note or some kind of reminder to check the backseat before you go inside too. The last thing you need is to run a child to the emergency room due to heatstroke.
Having your car professionally serviced prior to a road trip can significantly reduce the amount of mechanical problems you encounter on the road. All drivers should have their cars serviced, even if they keep up with routine maintenance. Check your owner’s manual for routine maintenance required by your car.
At Ken Pollock Mitsubishi, we are happy to help you with any of your pre-road trip service needs. Stop by today for a regular maintenance check!