With the arrival of the 2021 model year, Mitsubishi is giving drivers a lot to be excited about. With significant updates coming to every vehicle in the lineup, the automaker is upping its game, providing more features, more value, and improved efficiency.
One of Mitsubishi’s most beloved crossovers, the Eclipse Cross, is set to begin a new era in . With a completely revamped front and rear appearance that teases the automaker’s next-generation design language, it’s virtually guaranteed to be a stunner. You can also look forward to an all-new infotainment system and a refreshed interior.
As Mitsubishi America’s best-selling model, it will certainly take steps to make sure its leader stays at the top of its game. In a press release, the automaker hinted that the Outlander Sport will come with “considerable improvement to standard levels of equipment,” which currently includes an efficient 2.0-liter MIVEC engine, a rear-view camera, remote keyless entry, and more.
The already efficient plug-in hybrid MitsubishiOutlander PHEV is set to save you even more money at the gas pump. It’s supposed to feature a completely new powertrain with higher displacement, more horsepower, and an improved electric drive system for a longer all-electric range. It’s no wonder the Outlander PHEV is the best-selling plug-in hybrid in the world.**
The fan-favorite compact cars are back and better than ever for . The exterior of both the MitsubishiMirage sedan and the Mirage G4 hatchback has been revamped, accenting the edges of the hood with angular contours and widening the front grille for a confident new face. Full details have yet to be revealed, but it’s likely that America’s most efficient non-hybrid gas-powered car will see a modest bump in fuel economy ratings.*
These exciting new models between fall 2020 and the first three months of 2021. Keep an eye on our inventory at Mountaineer Mitsubishi to see when you can experience them in person.
*Based on EPA estimated mileage ratings from www.fueleconomy.gov
**Based on IHS Markit New Registrations data for fuel types of plug in hybrid and all SUV body styles for January 2013 through September 2019 (where actual data are available), which is compiled from governments and other sources and captures 95 percent of global vehicle volumes in more than 80 countries.