Recently, Mitsubishi celebrated
milestones with the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross first birthday closing out a sales
year with 80,000 worldwide sales of the new crossover. These strong sales are
not a surprise, as the new Eclipse Cross combines the functionality and
versatility of an SUV with the agility and style of a coupe to offer drivers
something truly unique in the SUV market.
The 2019 Outlander Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) recently
took home “Green SUV of the Year” from Green
Car Journal during the LA Auto Show’s AutoMobility event. Green Car Journal is an industry leader
for recognizing eco-friendly vehicles. Special comments from its judges explain
that the Outlander PHEV raises the bar for environmental performance.
The new Mitsubishi e-Evolution Concept vehicle is turning
heads after its recent reveal at the Los Angeles Auto Show. This all-electric
high-performance model assembles on the crossover platform with a signature
all-wheel control system and an electric powertrain. This model gives us a sign
of what to expect from Mitsubishi in the near future.
The 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross reviews are rolling in. An aggressive stare and upscale interior at an affordable price make it a solid crossover choice for families on a tight budget. Reviewers agree that the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is one model you should not ignore.
The Focus Daily News notes that the 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross exceeds expectations. A long list of features — including a convenient rear cargo light and leather upholstery — are hailed as welcome additions to the reasonably priced crossover. A full-color heads-up display provides the driver with vital data about the vehicle. While many might think such upscale features carry a hefty price tag, that is not the case with the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross.
Motor Trend is so impressed with the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross that it was nominated for 2019 Motor Trend SUV of the Year. According to Motor Trend, its spacious second row and upscale materials make it an ideal model for families on a budget.
Sleek style netted the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross a glowing review from Digital Trends for its overall design and continued legacy of the Eclipse sports car. Smooth handling and a responsive engine made the crossover an exciting model to drive.
Now you can drive it, too. Learn why car critics are raving about the new 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross at Bell Mitsubishi.
For a long time, hybrid technology has been relegated to small hatchbacks and sedans. However, the industry is starting to adapt and add these features to larger, more attractive models, for example the 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV. If you don’t know much about it, here are a few great things about the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV.
New Option for Buyers
Before the Outlander PHEV, if you wanted a hybrid crossover, you would need to spend a small fortune and buy a luxury brand.
The Outlander PHEV is more than just a hybrid. It is a plug-in hybrid and can drive using electric power alone. When fully charged with a full tank of gas, it offers an estimated electric range of 22 miles and a total range of 310 miles.
The Outlander PHEV is equipped with paddle shifters that work with a battery regeneration system. The driver can select the resistance level between 0 and 5, with 5 being the strongest. With the highest resistance, the paddle shifters alone can almost bring the vehicle to a complete stop.
If you need more cargo space than what a hatchback can offer, the Outlander PHEV comes with 30.4 cubic feet behind the second row. Fold down the rear seats to take advantage of 62.8 cubic feet of volume.
Experience the 2018 Outlander PHEV for yourself when you stop by Bell Mitsubishi for a test drive.
Striving to better the world is something every company should do. It should come as no surprise that Mitsubishi supports The Asher House so it can help more dogs find the homes they deserve. Mitsubishi donated a brand new 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross crossover to help Lee Asher and his team on their mission.
Asher first set out to help dogs find loving homes in 2017. He quit his job and raised enough money to purchase an RV. He travelled throughout the United States to hold adoption events and help shelters however he could. It’s his ambition that inspired Mitsubishi Motors to support his cause with a new Eclipse Cross.
“Lee started with a passion when he created The Asher House and it has become a movement to help raise awareness for rescue animals and shelters across the country; Asher’s bold decision to take action on his ambition is admirable and we’re privileged to be able to help support his mission,” said Mark Chaffin, COO of Mitsubishi Motors North America.
Since beginning his journey, Asher has helped 146 dogs find homes with loving owners. Mitsubishi Motors remains committed to assisting The Asher House by supporting local rescue events and gatherings. Asher plans on using the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross to travel the country with his team and dogs.
We at Bell Mitsubishi are happy to see our brand supporting a worthwhile cause. If you’d like to support The Asher House too, visit the website.
The Mitsubishi Mirage is a fuel-efficient five-door hatchback designed for those with active lifestyles. This affordable car is ideal for college students, budget-conscious buyers, and those who simply want a car that meets their needs. If you’ve been considering the Mirage, take note: the 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage may be getting a little bigger and better.
Sales of the Outlander and Outlander Sport are going strong, and Mitsubishi is changing its lineup to meet customer demands. In doing so, the automaker is decreasing sedan offerings and increasing its crossover lineup. The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is the latest crossover to join the brand, and it’s selling well.
Recent rumors are that the Mitsubishi Mirage might be transitioning from a small hatchback to a subcompact crossover, like the Eclipse did. Response, a Japanese publication, revealed that Mitsubishi is working on introducing a brand-new crossover that could be replacing the existing Mirage. The next-generation crossover could arrive as soon as 2020.
If this is the case, the 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage will grow in size, offering more room for drivers with active lifestyles. The upcoming crossover will likely keep the same name and offer improved performance and capability.
While Mitsubishi hasn’t confirmed the news, it isn’t out of the question that the popular Mirage hatchback could grow in order to appeal to a wider demographic. If this change is coming, we at Bell Mitsubishi would be excited to have the redesigned Mitsubishi Mirage crossover on our lot.
One of Mitsubishi’s latest vehicles — the Eclipse Cross — is getting a fun and contemporary marketing campaign. The 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross was designed to be sporty, sleek, and appealing to a young demographic, and Mitsubishi extended this feeling to the vehicle’s video ads. Called the “Harry Mack Freestyle Test Drives,” the new marketing campaign features rapper Harry Mack as he delivers information about the Eclipse Cross by freestyling.
When asked about the collaboration, Harry Mack commented, “The idea of applying my freestyle skills to the test-drive concept appealed to me right away,” citing that he felt the campaign challenged him creatively.
In addition to appealing to a younger demographic and taking advantage of the Eclipse Cross’s fun reputation, Mitsubishi believes that Harry Mack’s freestyle rapping will be catchy enough to stick in television viewers’ heads — which will, in turn, keep them thinking about the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross.
The ad campaign featuring rapper Harry Mack happens to coincide with Mitsubishi’s Summer Season Pass Sales Event, which offers potential customers incentives when they purchase the Mitsubishi vehicle that best suits their lifestyle and needs. The deal includes Mitsubishi’s award-winning crossover lineup, such as the Outlander, Outlander Sport, and the all-new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross featured in the marketing campaign.
Stop by Bell Mitsubishi today to test-drive the 2018 Eclipse Cross and see for yourself what Harry Mack is rapping about.
At Bell Mitsubishi, we know that a great business requires more than just exceptional products. After all, every new Mitsubishi innovation — such as the 2018 Outlander PHEV or the award-winning 2018 Eclipse Cross — is the result of a vast, passionate team of real people. Given Mitsubishi’s recent success, it comes as no surprise that Forbes recently named Mitsubishi one of the best employers of 2018 on their prestigious Best Employers List.
In generating their yearly list, Forbes collaborates with online research firm Statista and samples feedback from more than 30,000 U.S. employees working in the United States. In this way, Forbes’ List is based on information provided by the actual employees, rather than abstract statistics and dollar amounts.
Responding to being awarded a top spot on the list, Fred Diaz, president and CEO of Mitsubishi Motors North America, said, “Being recognized by Forbes is a great honor and validation to our commitment to provide a working environment that is supportive, diverse, and dynamic.”
The Forbes’ list comes at an especially exciting time for Mitsubishi, as it is also the fastest growing non-luxury auto brand in the U.S. as of 2017. There’s no doubt that this momentum has a lot to do with the launch of the popular 2018 Eclipse Cross and 2018 Outlander PHEV, as well as the dedicated teams behind these vehicles.
To look at the Mitsubishi lineup, come into Bell Mitsubishi today and support the top employer in the automotive industry.
The 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV and Outlander prove once and for all that incredible SUV capability and ground-breaking fuel efficiency really can go hand-in-hand. We’re not the only ones who have noticed this, either. Recently, the 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV and Outlander received the “Best 5 All-around Performance” award from the Automotive Science Group in their 2018 Automotive Performance Index™ study.
The 2018 Outlander PHEV and Outlander were up against 372 competing models in the diverse SUV segment. However, due to its exceptional combination of performance, efficiency, and value, the Outlander platform easily won a top spot on the prestigious list. In fact, the Automotive Science Group concluded that the Outlander platform outperformed the average SUV by a staggering 22%.
The 2018 Outlander PHEV is capable of a 22-mile all-electric driving range and offers an EPA-estimated 74 mpg-e, while still delivering the versatility and capability of a crossover. The larger 2018 Outlander manages an EPA-estimated 30 mpg highway, an exceptional rating for a gasoline SUV.*
The Automotive Science Group is a data-oriented automotive research group interested in the intersection of automotive performance and eco-friendly technologies. The “Best 5 All-Around Performance” award is given yearly to the top five vehicles in each class, with a focus on environmental and economic performance.
Come into Bell Mitsubishi to see for yourself exactly why the 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV and Outlander earned such a prestigious award.
*EPA mileage estimate. Actual mileage will vary.