The New Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is One Smart, Stylish SUV

If you live on the cutting edge of technology, you need a car as smart as you are. You need the new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. This Sport Utility Vehicle has a host of smart tech features designed to keep you connected, wherever the road might lead.

Sync your cell phone through Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, and charge multiple devices with your front seat dual USB ports and two 12 volt accessory outlets, both standard features on most models. Switch between regular and Eco driving modes with ease to maximize fuel efficiency, no matter what the traffic looks like around…

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The Magnificent Technology Features of the Mitsubishi Mirage

To say that we here at Mark Mitsubishi are excited about our newest fleet of Mitsubishi Mirages would be an understatement. We realize that Mitsubishi has developed a very loyal fan base, and one of the main reasons for that would be because of all of the unique technological features that the Mirage has to offer.

Intelligent Touchscreen Technology Gauges

The Mitsubishi Mirage features an available screen link that is associated with your smartphone. You can assess all of your wireless technology on a 6.5-inch touchscreen display. 
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Right Size, Right Style, Right Price: The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport

The holiday season has arrived, bringing Christmas cheer, long lines, and crowded parking lots. This time of year is stressful enough without the added hassle of maneuvering a massive SUV in and out of Albuquerque parking lots. Enter the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport.

Starting at just $21,595 MSRP, the new Outlander is a perfect right size SUV that provides decent gas mileage and a safe, comfortable ride for everyone from tiny teens to towering Santas. The heated front seats and eight way fully adjustable driver’s seat means motorists of any type will have the ride of their lives.

 

 

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Read About a Few Safety Features That Come With the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

Has the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross caught your eye? This compact SUV is a top choice among our consumers at Mark Mitsubishi. Many of our consumers are impressed with this model because it offers a number of innovative safety features that help keep you and your passengers protected.

The available Rear Cross Traffic Alert system is equipped with the Eclipse Cross. This feature uses sensors to detect for vehicles that approach on either side of the SUV when you are backing up. 

 

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Surprising Issues You Can Avoid With the Right Tire Pressure

A lot of factors with the vehicle and tires depend on the PSI. The wrong PSI means that the tire is either under-inflated or over-inflated. This can lead to a host of problems that go beyond how rough or smooth the vehicle runs.

With a low PSI, the vehicle is going to have a lower MPG because of the extra work that it has to do to move on low tires. Also, the tires are not going to last as long with a low amount of air. Over-inflated tires are going to cause tires to have less traction which leaves…

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Getting Back-to-School Vehicle Service

The Autumn is a time of change, and owner and drivers must take steps to protect their vehicles. Organization is essential; owners need a clear plan for taking care of their autos. They must follow the manufacturer's requirements for basic maintenance including oil changes, fluid levels, tire pressure, and tire rotation.

Albuquerque drivers understand the benefits of basic maintenance. They know that fresh oil and proper engine fluid levels reduce engine wear, improve performance, and avoid severe mechanical problems. Winter preparation should include snow scrapers...

 

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Mitsubishi Mirage G4 Comfort Features

The Mitsubishi Mirage G4 is a popular compact sedan that offers the fuel economy of a compact with the comfort and style of a much larger vehicle. One look at the Mirage G4 and you’ll understand why it’s such a hot commodity today. Stop at Mark Mitsubishi and take a look at the new Mitsubishi Mirage G4 and speak to our trained staff.

Mitsubishi believes comfort is almost as important as power and performance, which is why it gives you 12.4 cubic feet of cargo space plus plenty of leg room. You can start the engine by…

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Mitsubishi Outlander is All About Comfort

The Mitsubishi Outlander is a popular CUV that offers drivers great performance, safety, convenience and many comfort features. Mitsubishi knows driving can often be stressful and emotionally draining, so they’ve developed as many comfort features as possible in the Outlander so you can have a drive that’s smooth and relaxing. Stop at Mark Mitsubishi and check it out for yourself.

The 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander is all about comfort, especially in cold or winter days. Between the heated steering wheel and automatic windshield wiper de-icer, you can sit back and enjoy the drive on your...

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Jumping a Disabled Vehicle

There may come a time when your vehicle won't start. An easy way to overcome this problem is to ask for a jump. Jumping a vehicle involves connecting cables from a running car's battery to the one that doesn't work. To begin the process, you will want to make sure that both vehicles are in park and that both vehicles are turned off.

Then, you connect the red clips to the positive terminal of your vehicle and the positive terminal of the other vehicle. One of the black clips will be applied to the negative terminal of…

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Cold Starts and Motor Oil


Winter weather can be hard on vehicles in areas that have a defined winter cold season. Oil must flow from the very first crank to protect engine parts. For cold weather starts, the numbers in the oil viscosity rating are important.

The first numbers are usually 5W, 10W, 20W, or 30W. The W stands for winter, and these numbers show that the oil's rating for cold weather. The lower numbers go with low temperatures. The best rating for cold weather would be 0W. The following SAE numbers, usually 10, 20, 30, or 40 represent the weight of the oil…
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