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The new Mitsubishi iMiEV

Posted on May 19, 2010 in Mitsubishi | No Comments
The new Mitsubishi iMiEV The new world of automotives has arrived offering you great electric vehicles that will produce less pollution globally. The last few months has seen some companies develop more electric vehicles to be available to the drivers. For some reasons, the shine of EV has come off as it was told in consumer reports. It was stated that a Mini E experienced some anxiety behavior in the cold weather. The state of southern California is one of the hottest markets for electric vehicles noting the fact that electric cars are more immune to the winter weather here. Los Angeles has a very dense traffic so it gets nearly impossible to drive the car at a constant speed. So most of the times it becomes a little problematic to measure the state of lithium ion batteries in the car.   [...]

Test Drive: 2010 Mitsubishi Galant ES

Posted on April 21, 2010 in Mitsubishi | No Comments
Test Drive: 2010 Mitsubishi Galant ES Since 2003 Mitsubishi’s four door mid sized sedan has been around us and it’s also the ninth generation model. It is always off the shopper’s radar in the subterranean. Last year, in Canada, Mitsubishi brought 463 Galant and total sale was 19,786 units. Whereas, Toyota Camrys had sales up to 15,524 units and Ford Fusion up to 16,786 units. In the 2010 Galant, Mitsubishi made it streamlined which ran 160 horsepower on 2.4 liter V4 and have four speeds, so called automatic, transmission, unheated fabric seats and nothing else in option.  And what sticker it carries around – $23,998, which is unreasonable for it gives and there were it faces competition. 2011 Hyundai Sonata new and slinky has 2.4 liter V4 that propels up to 198 horsepower with six speed automatic transmissions  [...]

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