2017 Mitsubishi Lancer Brooklyn NY
What is your daily drive like? Is it a 10-minute drive across town filled with roundabouts and school zones? Or, are you commuting 40 minutes on a combination of rural roads and the highway. Then again, perhaps you’re a college student looking for a vehicle that can get you around campus and back home on the weekends and holidays. Whatever it may be, you’d like something affordable, right?
The reason we ask what your daily drive is like is because the 2017 Mitsubishi Lancer in Brooklyn NY makes for an excellent economy car. It’s smartly-priced and earns an impressive fuel economy rating when it comes to city and highway driving. The seats are comfortable enough to sit in for extended periods of time and it comes with an impressive powertrain limited warranty.
We won’t ask you again what your daily commute is like, but if you’re frequently faced with rugged terrain or inclement weather, one of the Mitsubishi Lancer trims that is equipped with all-wheel-control would be an excellent bet to increase confidence on the road.
Small and sporty, the profile of the Mitsubishi Lancer has been tooled to be more aggressive. Six exterior colors are offered, changing the personality of the Lancer: Alloy Silver, Rally Red, Octane Blue, Labrador Black, Mercury Gray, and Diamond White.
The 2017 Lancer can be equipped with one of two engines. There is the 2.0 MIVEC engine that comes standard on the base-level ES, and then there is the 2.4 which is found on the ES, SE, and the SEL, all of which come with the all-wheel control 4WD system.
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Compact cars tend to compete in a much lower price range. Naturally, there is less car which means less money is spent on materials. One of the concerns with a compact car is that there won’t be enough for passengers or cargo.
This isn’t something to worry about with the Mitsubishi Lancer. It provides more than enough legroom for front seat passengers and still carves out plenty of head, hip, and legroom for those in the back.
One of the more unique advantages to choosing the Lancer is that it’s available as an all-wheel-drive vehicle. Not many compact cars make this option available, but the Lancer makes it standard on its upper-level trims. These higher-end trims also bump up from the 2.0L engine to a 2.4-liter four-cylinder. Horsepower is rated at 168 HP while the fuel efficiency rating is estimated to be 23 city/30 hwy mpg.
Drivers who are interested in learning more about the Mitsubishi Lancer, we encourage you to stop by for a test drive and to see how each of the four trim levels compare. The higher-end trims come with more advanced features like the FAST Key Entry System, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, and heated front seats.
Before signing up for a test drive, we welcome any possible questions that you might have and want to be answered about the 2017 Mitsubishi Lancer!