Published on November 29, 2016
1. The near future at Your Mitsubishi Dealer With the economical climate fast-approaching the nightmarish hell the media have been harping on about for the past 6 months, there are certain consumer goods being left on the shelf. One major casualty is the motor industry, because let's face it, having to choose between keeping warm, provided and watered or having a new car but dying of pneumonia is not really a choice at all. It's perhaps odd then that Find Allentown Used Mitsubishi will be unveiling a new car this summer - possibly to an empty showroom. What's even more odd is that Mitsubishi are known best for two things. Firstly the Shogun which is not only a great 4x4, but a boldy styled fashion accessory for almost any bouncer, body builder or just builder. A combo of being stylish, spacious and good on the challenging stuff is helped enormously by the truth that the Shogun is turbo-charged so you can go everywhere on a blur whilst having passers by think they've seen the world's most effective elephant. The second car Mitsubishi is known for is of course the Lancer Evolution range. In essence a space rocket with another aggressively created car taped to it, the Evo is now in its tenth métamorphose and is showing no signs of slowing down in its senior years. Well-liked in equal measure with car thieves and rally drivers the Lancer is a bone fide supercar beater with the latest version completing the 0-60mph dash in a dizzying 4. 1 seconds. OK you say, so Bethlehem Used Mitsubishi trucks are known for the above, but exactly why is this odd? Well when you see what they're fighting the financial avalanche with all will end up clear. Called the i MiEV, the new car is small, not boldy styled, and is battery powered. Have Mitsubishi lost their marbles? In brief no. Regardless of the car looking like a toy car, the engineering to it is anything but child's play. Mitsubishi have been quietly working on battery powered automobiles since the mid nineties and the MiEV (Mitsubishi progressive Electric Vehicle) is the fruits of their labour. However, smallest details appear to have been meticulously designed, with traveler space unimpaired with the batteries underneath the floor (where the fuel reservoir would normally live) and the motor itself under the rear seats. The i MiEV has recently been created to comply with the strictest emissions regulations on earth - the Japanese K-car guidelines. The K-car plan promotes smaller, more effective vehicles in return for less expensive tax and insurance. That means the i MiEV is less than 4ft 10in wide (a full 10inches narrower than a Fiesta) and looks even narrower because of lofty styling. Crucially it's a million mls better than the G-Wiz which will be the Mitsubishi dealer's main rival when looking to clinch a sale.