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Monitoring Your Distance To Keep Your Safe In The Eclipse Cross

Safety comes first in the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. From a rearview camera to Lane Assist, you'll feel safe on the road while driving in Albuquerque. When viewing the camera, you'll see a grid that shows you where to back up and if there is anything behind you.

Avoid following the car in front of you too closely with Adaptive Cruise Control. A sensor judges the distance between each car, slowing you down if you get within a certain distance. When the vehicle turns or moves to a different lane, then your car will resume the previous speed.

 

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All-Wheel Drive in the Mitsubishi Outlander

If you're looking for a vehicle that can handle tough driving conditions, take a look at the new Mitsubishi Outlander. This popular SUV is available to Albuquerque drivers at MARK MITSUBISHI-NM. The available all-wheel-drive models feature technologies to keep you stable no matter where your adventures take you.

Active Stability Control is designed to assist you when you're driving around corners. The system will automatically keep you on your intended path by adjusting torque. This process helps to improve traction on the wheels that offer the most grip...

 

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Mitsubishi Mirage Safety Features

If vehicle safety is your priority, then you should consider purchasing the all-new Mitsubishi Mirage. The Mirage is a superior in its class. This compact vehicle offers its drivers safety and exceptional fuel efficiency. With the base model starting at just $14,000, we are sure that you will love the Mitsubishi Mirage.

The Mitsubishi Mirage comes standard with a 7-inch touch-screen infotainment system. This modern system provides its drivers with navigation, rear view camera, and audio entertainment. The Mirage comes standard with rear head, front head, and knee airbags for
 

 

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Giving a Car a Jump Start

Jump starting a car only takes a set of jumper cables and a working engine. These simple steps will get the dead car running in no time, but if this doesn't work, then the battery might have to be replaced.

Both cars' engines should be off to start. The positive and negative jumper cables should be hooked up to the correct ends on both batteries. Start the running car for about two minutes before turning on the dead car. If the dead car starts up, you can take off the jumper cables from the batteries. Leave the engine on…
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Is Your Vehicle Battery Up to the Task?

If you do not remember the last time that you had your vehicle battery checked or serviced, it is probably due for a battery test. A dead car battery can strike at the most inopportune time, making it essential that it is checked frequently.

To test a car battery, you will need a voltmeter. After connecting the red test lead to the battery's positive terminal, connect the black lead to the battery's negative terminal. This will generate a reading that indicates the remaining juice in the battery. 

 

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The High-Performance Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is a plugin hybrid with an electric motor and a gasoline engine. It's an economical, environmentally-friendly vehicle that can save you money at the gas pump. It's also a compact SUV that provides ample passenger and cargo space in a small overall package. The Outlander PHEV is packed with high-performance features.

Mitsubishi's Outlander PHEV offers Super All-Wheel Control. This is one of the world's most advanced wheel-control systems. It provides maximum stability and traction for great performance in almost any conditions. 
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Overview of the Mitsubishi Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle Program

The Mitsubishi Certified Pre-Owned program is a popular way to get a used car that promises peace of mind. Using a detailed list of 123 criteria and extended to vehicles under five years of age and less than 60,000 miles, drivers can have full confidence in their used vehicle purchase.

The points Mitsubishi mechanics go over with a fine-toothed comb include the vehicle's past service history, minute inspections of the exterior paint job, ensuring that interior pieces are all accounted for and in their proper place and that the engine is performing within expected parameters...
 

 

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Do You Know How To Clean Your Car's Engine?

An informed driver is a happy driver, so MARK MITSUBISHI-NM wants to help you understand how to care for your vehicle. You probably wash your car regularly, but do you clean your engine? When your engine is clean, your car runs cooler and functions better. A clean engine bay can also play a part in higher trade-in values.

Clean your engine on a warm day with minimal humidity. The engine should be cool to the touch. Spraying cold water on a hot motor can damage your engine. You'll want to remove any plastic covers and protect electrical components with…
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The Benefits of Buying a Used Car

Buying a car is one of life's largest purchases, and making the choice of whether you'll purchase a new or used vehicle is one that is not undertaken lightly. There are obvious reasons to buy a new car, but the advantages of buying used make it a temping alternative.

Foremost is the reduced cost, one of the most compelling factors in choosing a used car. You can also save money paying taxes on it, as well as on insurance payments. Vehicle history reports are easier than ever to obtain and give...

 

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Look for Excellent Safety Ratings When You Buy a Car

Although make, model and price may be the first things you look at when you're considering buying a new or used car, don't forget to check out the safety ratings as well.

Both the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) conduct crash tests and publish the results so that consumers can be well-informed before making a decision. These tests also encourage car manufacturers to find new safety technologies to boost their ratings as well as keep everyone a little safer on the road...
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