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What Technology do You Get in a Mitsubishi Outlander?

The 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander is a popular SUV that comes with an assortment of modern technology features. The most notable feature in the Outlander is the 7" touchscreen.

With Smart Touchscreen technology, you can access radio, music, and apps all at the touch of your fingertips. The Outlander is compatible with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It also comes with premium Rockford Fosgate speakers for crystal clear sound to take your music with you wherever you go. 

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Flat Tire Changing Tips

When you realize that you have a flat tire on your vehicle, it leaves you with a sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach. Sometimes, that has to do with the fact that you might not know the best way to change a tire.

If you experience a flat, the first thing to do is to get off the roadway as far as possible. You will want to put your hazard lights on as well. 

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Signs Your Exhaust System is Failing

Your exhaust system helps clean the air that comes from your combustion engine so that it is ready to be released into the environment. When your exhaust system is not working properly, your car is giving off toxic emissions and will fail an inspection.

There are a number of signs that indicate a problem with your exhaust system. 

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The Benefits of Buying a Crossover Vehicle

At Ron Marhofer Mitsubishi, we believe in giving our customers the information they need to make a sound decision when it comes to buying a vehicle. We have discovered that there are a number of reasons to choose a crossover over a larger van or smaller sedan and we want to share this with you.

Crossovers offer you more when it comes to choosing options. Instead of going with a larger van for your family, a crossover has third-row seating but handles more like a sedan. When you want choices, our showroom has them.

 

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Summer and All-Season Tires Perform Differently

While you probably know that you should get tires for your vehicles that are sized and rated according to the manufacturer's specifications, you may not be aware that there are also specific types of tires that you can have. Summer and all-season tires are different tires that are designed to handle different road and weather conditions.

Summer tires are typically called performance tires. They are meant to provide good traction in both wet and dry conditions during the hot summer months and are designed to have a better grip on the road when it is hot and wet.

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A Glimpse at the 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander’s Comfort Features

Are you in the market for a reliable SUV? If you are, the 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander is a top choice among vehicles in its class. The new model comes well-equipped with innovative safety, performance, and comfort features that provide you with a well-rounded SUV. To learn more, we have summarized a few comfort features that come with the new model.

The new model includes an optional FAST-Key start system. This system gives you the ability to unlock and lock your vehicle without using the key, and you can start and stop the engine by pushing a button while applying the…

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There are Plenty of Innovative Technology Features in the 2018 Mitsubishi Mirage G4

Are you looking for a reliable compact sedan? If you are, the 2018 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 is a top choice among compact sedans. The Mirage G4 offers a wide range of available features that provide you with optimal performance, safety, comfort, and technology. If you want to know more, we have summarized a few technology features that come with the new model below.

The Mirage G4 offers innovative Bluetooth wireless technology and an optional Smartphone Link Display Audio System. The optional Smartphone Display Link Audio System that comes with the Mirage G4 offers you access to all your...

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The Difference Between Front-Wheel Drive and Rear-Wheel Drive

Front-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive are two different types of drivetrain configurations. With front-wheel drive (FWD), the car is pulled forward. While this offers a lot more fuel efficiency, you don't get the same power as with rear-wheel drive. In an RWD vehicle, the car is pushed forward. That's why sports cars are able to do a quarter-mile in such a short period of time.

There are other ways to configure drivetrains, and there are also modern vehicles that allow you to choose which setup you want on the fly. All-wheel drive (AWD) is another popular option that…

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The Best Way to Safely Test a Car Battery

In order to get an accurate reading as to the power left in your car battery, you will need to use a voltmeter. This simple device is easy to operate, and you will need only heavy-duty gloves, protective glasses, and a wire brush.

Once the car engine is not running, open the hood and pay closer attention to those battery terminals. Use the wire brush to clear away any corrosion on the battery terminals. The voltmeter has a black and red wire. The red wire is attached to the positive battery terminal first, then the black to the negative side…

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Save Time and Money: Check Your Timing Belt

Automobile engines require routine maintenance to keep them running at their best, but one often overlooked area is the belt system. One extremely important belt is the timing belt, below is an explanation of what a timing belt is and when it should be replaced:

  • Timing Belt- The timing belt is responsible for keeping certain engine parts running at a synchronized rate; if this belt breaks it can cause extensive and costly damage to your automobiles engine.
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