Miami Lakes Mitsubishi Outlander Safety IIHS

2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Earns IIHS Top Safety Pick+

Miami Lakes Mitsubishi Outlander Safety IIHS

Safety features continue to become more advanced in today’s average automobile. There was once a time where everything was manual. Today, we have smart technology, and not just in our phones. We have things like adaptive cruise control, autonomous braking, and even autonomous vehicles. You can find technology like this in the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander, an IIHS Top Safety Pick + recipient.

For the fourth year in a row, the Mitsubishi Outlander received a TOP SAFETY PICK+ (TPS+) from the Insurance Institute for High Safety (IIHS). The IIHS is a trusted organization for rating vehicle safety by putting it through several impact-crash simulations. Before it hits the streets, a car is smashed up and tested for safety in head-on collisions, side-impact, roof strength, head restraints, and crash avoidance and mitigation. To get a TPS+, a vehicle must get high ratings across the scorecard.

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nissan and mitsubishi merger

Mitsubishi + Nissan Partnership is Likely To Be Mutually Beneficial

nissan and mitsubishi merger

In October, Nissan Motors purchased a controlling interest in Mitsubishi Motors for $2.3 billion and it looks like the partnership will be is mutually beneficial.

For example, Mitsubishi as a brand has a strong presence in markets that Nissan has not been able to penetrate. Nissan doesn’t do as well as Mitsubishi in Asian markets, so Mitsubishi could help increase Nissan’s presence and reputation in the Asian car market arena.

There are a couple types of products Mitsubishi has been able to excel in both production and sales. The first market is the PHEV market and the second would be small crossover vehicles. Nissan is not as well versed in these markets and they could definitely use a helping hand from Mitsubishi’s engineers and marketing team. Read the rest of this entry >>

Miami Lakes Mitsubishi Heavy Inc. Satellite Rocket

Mitsubishi is More Than Just Motors

Miami Lakes Mitsubishi Heavy Inc. Satellite Rocket

It’s always a smart move to be diverse and not put all your eggs in one basket. Everyone does it one way or another, and for a business to be successful, this is a smart practice. Mitsubishi knows this, and they’re actually doing a lot more than just manufacturing cars. Some of the companies Mitsubishi is involved with might surprise you.


Technology evolves fast; less than 30 years ago the internet wasn’t even a thing! Now we have smartphones and internet access almost anywhere, even in space (seriously, Google it). Did you know Mitsubishi has their hands in some popular tech pockets?

Nikon, the camera company, is a member of the Mitsubishi group of companies. Surprising right? No one could guess by the name alone, but it’s part of the Mitsubishi business group, including its camera equipment and glass.

Space – the Final Frontier. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is involved in more than just SUVs. These guys send satellites into space and even work with ISS support to provide technical feedback and aid.

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Miami Lakes 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport VS 2017 Ford Escape

2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport v. 2017 Ford Escape

With the wide selection of SUVS and crossovers in the market today, shopping can be somewhat overwhelming. If you have a favorite brand or brand loyalty, then your options are trimmed down quite a bit. If not, then the options can feel endless, not just because of the many models out there but the various trims too. That’s why it’s great to compare two vehicles of the same class, such as a compact SUV class. So here’s a comparison between the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport and the 2017 Ford Escape, two compact SUVs.

2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport

An often overlooked compact SUV, many consumers may want to take a second look at the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport. The Outlander Sport is fuel efficient, well equipped, and one of the more affordable SUVs on the market. Available in only one trim, there’s no need to fret over the features available. Plus, Mitsubishi has the best warranties out there to date.

2017 Ford Escape

Roomy, comfortable, and capable, the Escape is another great choice and an alternative to the more popular SUVs available. With styling that only enhances the Ford Escape’s appeal, its 5-passenger cabin is user-friendly and sophisticated. Available in three trims and three engines, the common consumer has choices.

We’ll be comparing the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport ES 2.0 and the 2017 Ford Escape’s high-end trim, the Escape Titanium. To start, the Outlander Sport has a starting MSRP of $19,795. The 2017 Escape Titanium has a starting MSRP of $29,100, so there’s a large price difference.

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