Summer is coming to a close; it’s time to put away the swim suit, lock up the boat, and throw away your sun screen. Now that Labour Day has passed, it’s only a matter of time until we’re smothered by a white blanket of snow, I give it like a week. More importantly, it’s time that you end your procrastination and move on from that vehicle you’ve been driving. Stop saying “I’ll fix it next year, it’ll last.” Don’t bother. Winter always comes at us faster than expected and it’s better to be prepared rather than shock and stranded with a vehicle that you can’t rely on.
With that, I’m here to tell you what vehicle is right for you this fall.
First up, you’ll ask yourself, “What do I want?”
Frist things first, Mitsubishi models come built with innovate driving technology that helps you be more controlled during your drive, no matter how icy that drive may be. Technology like S-AWC allows the driver to feel confident even in the harshest conditions.
Now let’s talk about size.
Mitsubishi produces a range of vehicles that come in a variety of shapes and sizes. If you’d prefer something smaller, that can still handle itself on the road, the vehicle you’re looking for is the 2017 Lancer. With an agility and quickness to get out of any tight spot, the Lancer is both a great summer drive and capable of conquering the winter climate.
If you’re looking for something with a little more bulk to it, might I suggest the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander? It’s a vehicle that offers both size and luxury, while also being one of the more capable vehicles driving on Edmonton roads.
If you find these two vehicles aren’t quite what you’d like, you can have your porridge just right with the 2017 Mitsubishi RVR, which is a bit of a mix between the Lancer and the Outlander. It’s not a big as the Outlander, but it still offers a wider stance and higher view of the road ahead than the journey. You get the peace of mind of a much bigger vehicle without the burden of size.
When you boil it down, the right vehicle for you, no matter what the season, is that one that you’re comfortable driving in; Comfortable in your seat, comfortable in the way you can customize, and comfortable in the way the vehicle drives.