• Thomsen Vega posted an update 1 year, 6 months ago

    Historically when thinking of Mitsubishi 3 models really springs to mind. Tried and true workhorse this is the Shogun which although often seen for the school run can be the preferred decision for discerning country folk who would like to avoid life for the hard shoulder with older Land Rover Discoveries by way of example.

    Then who could fail to be unaware of the simply outrageous Lancer Evo series which has been tearing in the black stuff for many decades.

    However the distinct deficiency of a fuller variety of models lately leaves Mitsubishi somewhat outside the cold in the united kingdom and made it quite hard for dealers to position themselves and given them a bit of a brand crisis. I am talking about in addition to farmers and petrol heads exactly what is available for the average buyer.

    Attempts were created to make available some alternatives but with interim models shipped in direct from Japan things tended to get worse before they were better.

    Well I’m pleased to point out that Mitsubishi have really got their act together these days and readily old sales cliche have something for everyone. The model range has become fully consolidated with offerings in the wacky new i range to the rugged all new tipper.

    This along with service intervals on many new models and also the build quality and reliability which are symbolic of the Mitsubishi name definitely needs a closer look.

    Mitsubishi dealers now provide a full post sales package that’s first rate. Service plans can be obtained across all new models which effectively offers fixed price motoring. Efforts are also transferable with ownership which is an additional benefit.

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