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Mitsubishi vs. Toyota and Nissan

Here’s a trivia question for you: What was the fastest-growing non-luxury automotive brand in the United States last year? It wasn’t Nissan and it wasn’t Toyota. It was Mitsubishi.

Mitsubishi has been on the rise with American drivers for the past several years because more and more people like you are discovering the advantages that Mitsubishi has to offer. If you’ve been considering a vehicle like the Toyota Highlander, Toyota RAV4, or Nissan Rogue, you may want to take a step back first and make sure that the 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander or Mitsubishi Outlander Sport are not actually your best bet.
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A Decade of Certainty

Confidence matters when it comes to investing in a family vehicle that you may eventually pass on to a teen driver. A big part of that assuredness is reliability, and Mitsubishi offers more of it than most competitors with its 10-year/100,000-mile Powertrain Limited Warranty, which squashes not only Toyota’s warranty, but also Chevy’s, Ford’s, and Honda’s.

New Mitsubishi vehicles are also offered with a 5-year/60,000-mile, fully transferable New Vehicle Limited Warranty, meaning you can pass that protection on to your children when you decide to give them the most stylish of hand-me-downs.
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Super All-Wheel Control

The Toyota Highlander, Toyota RAV4, and Nissan Rogue are available with all-wheel drive, but only Mitsubishi’s vehicles are offered with cutting-edge Super All-Wheel Control. Vehicles with S-AWC benefit from an Active Front Differential that shifts power to the left and right of the front axle as needed for more spirited and balanced performance. S-AWC also gives Mitsubishi vehicles Electronic Stability Control that keeps things smooth when taking a sharper turn.


S-AWC not only offers superior traction and control in inclement weather and across rugged terrains, but it offers four selectable drive modes — NORMAL, SNOW, LOCK, and AWC ECO Mode — that allow you to personalize your experience.
What’s more, today’s Mitsubishi lineup is more stylish, sophisticated, and intelligent than it’s ever been. If you’re on the market and looking at one of the perceived big dogs, turn your attention instead to the greyhound that’s got the inside track and is gaining the lead.

Experience the 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander and Mitsubishi Outlander Sport at Atzenhoffer Mitsubishi.
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