Heading Off to College? Do it with a New Mitsubishi!

August 28th, 2018 by

Reasons Why Mitsubishi Vehicles are Great for College Students

Colleges across the United States will soon be welcoming students to their campuses. Many parents just drop their kids off at college and pick them up when they want to come home – or the students find a ride home with a friend or via bus. But honestly, it is a great idea to head off to college with a reliable car so you can be self-reliant (that is one of the many things you learn in college). And no vehicle is better than a new Mitsubishi. Continue reading to find out why having a new Mitsubishi vehicle will make the college experience better.

You Can Go Where You Want When You Want

This by far is one of the best things about having your own Mitsubishi while at college. Need to head home for the holidays? You can do so without depending on Mommy and Daddy to come and get you! Want to go shopping? Drive yourself and not worry about another person’s time!

Save Money on Gas

Most college students deal with empty-pocket syndrome, so if they are going to have a vehicle on campus, a fuel-efficient model is a must! While all the models are incredibly efficient, we love that the 2018 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 attains an estimated 35 mpg in the city and 41 mpg on the highway. That will make commuting around town, heading home for the weekend, or road tripping for spring break very affordable! And driving your own Mitsubishi is much more affordable than taking a taxi!

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You Will Be Safer!

Do you have an evening class? Do you regularly spend half the night at the campus library? Instead of walking in the dark back to your dorm or apartment (and risk getting mugged – or worse), you can stay safe by driving a new Mitsubishi!

Find Your Mitsubishi for College at Our Dealership!

Before you head off to college, come visit us here at Brooklyn Mitsubishi and pick out a new Mitsubishi vehicle from our inventory. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

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