|By PR Newswire||
|April 18, 2014 02:19 PM EDT||
EDMONTON, Alberta, April 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- One brand that is in the midst of a revolution is Mitsubishi. While the vehicle maker has been in competition in recent years with larger automotive companies such as Honda, Toyota and Hyundai, the Mitsubishi brand is gaining popularity among Edmonton residents with its affordable, economical vehicles.
The 2014 Mitsubishi Lancer is one of the newest and most buzzworthy vehicles in the Mitsubishi line that is making its mark with a new design, great fuel economy and low price.
The Lancer was re-designed for 2014 to showcase a sporty front end that includes a new front bumper, a new grille and intimidating headlights that look like beaming eyes. The 2014 Lancer is by far one of the most affordable compact sedans on the market, considering all of the standard and available features such as new upholstery, seven airbags and a 710-watt sound system that is enough to bring the house down.
As the state of the world's economy is ever-changing, it is important for Edmontonians and their families to take precautions and be careful with their money. Families these days don't have lots of extra money lying around, so it's important for them to get the best deal for their money.
In addition to being affordable, the 2014 Lancer also gets great gas mileage, adding to the appeal of one of the most economical compact sedans. At a rate of 5.8L/100km, the 2014 Lancer can travel a considerable distance on just one tank of gas, which can act as a reason to add ideas to the list of fun family activities planned this summer.
For more information on the 2014 Mitsubishi Lancer, interested consumers are encouraged to call the dealership at 866-422-9817, or visit the dealers website at www.northsidemitsubishi.com.
Media Contact: Corey Pearson, North Side Mitsubishi, 866-422-9817, [email protected]
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SOURCE North Side Mitsubishi
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