Gas Mileage Tips: Getting the Best Fuel Economy Possible

Gas Mileage Tips

For many, warmer weather means more driving and more road trips. That’s why it’s important to keep in mind practical ways to improve you’re fuel economy, saving you money in the long run. We’ve put together a list of gas mileage tips to make sure you get the most out of your car.

According to, there are four main ways in which to save. Driving more efficiently, maintaining your car, planning trips, and buying for efficiency. All of these highlight different ways, both big and small, that you’ll get the best mileage.

Driving more efficiently includes things like accelerating slowing, following speed limits, using cruise control, and avoiding idling. Remember, your car works best when you’re moving at a constant rate, without any quick, jerky throttle changes.

Maintaining your car includes things like tire pressure, changing your oil, and changing your air filter. Remember, a low-friction, well-lubricated, and combustion-friendly car will get the best gas mileage.

Planning trips is simply. Take into account future stops and avoid making multiple trips. Naturally, carpooling works great to save money – plus it’s better for the environment.

Last but not least, buy efficient vehicles. Every Mitsubishi you buy is built to be as efficient as possible. Whether you’re buying a Lancer, i-MiEV, Mirage, or Outlander, each is built with innovative technology to get the best performance, including fuel economy, out of your car.

Mitsubishi Teases Upcoming 2016 Outlander Ahead of New York

upcoming 2016 Outlander

If the Outlander is one of your favorite Mitsubishi vehicles, you aren’t alone—it’s been the best-selling vehicle in our lineup at Heritage Mitsubishi for quite a while, now.

So it makes sense that a lot of us are excited for the new, upcoming 2016 Outlander, which Mitsubishi has just teased will be arriving at the New York International Auto Show.

The debut of the refreshed model will reveal some interesting design changes. Early spy shots have shown that the automaker has been working on sprucing up both the front and rear of the car, and we have a feeling we’re going to love what they did with it.

In fact, if it looks anything like the Outlander PHEV Concept-S previously revealed at the 2014 Paris Motor Show, it’s all but inevitable.

The conference that will fully unveil the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander will take place on April 2 at 11:30am EST in New York. Save the date!

Mitsubishi Mirage Earns a Spot on KBB’s List of ‘10 Most Fuel-Efficient Cars Under $25,000’

10 Most Fuel-Efficient Cars Under $25,000

The 2015 Mitsubishi Mirage is taking the car market by storm. Earning multiple recognitions for its fuel efficiency, the Mirage is breaking sales records and changing the compact car game for Mitsubishi. After being the only non-hybrid or electric vehicle to take a spot on the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy’s “Greenest Vehicles” list just over a month ago, Kelley Blue Book has named the Mirage one of its “10 Most Fuel-Efficient Cars Under 25,000.”

The Mirage achieves 37 mpg in the city, 44 mpg on the highway, and 40 mpg combined, making it one of the most fuel efficient non-hybrid or electric cars on the market. A price tag that starts at $12,995, a low cost of ownership, and one of the industry’s most comprehensive protection plans makes the Mirage a smart and affordable choice for any price-conscious shopper.

“The Mirage continues to be an important vehicle for the Mitsubishi brand,” said Don Swearingen, Executive Vice President, MMNA in a recent news release. “With its affordable price, incredible fuel economy and surprising list of available features, the Mirage is a great value that people recognize – February 2015 was the vehicle’s best-ever sales month since its launch in 2013.”

Stop by Heritage Mitsubishi today to test drive the Mirage for yourself!

Record Mitsubishi February Sales Reported

Mitsubishi February Sales

Mitsubishi has recorded its 12th straight month of sales increases and shows no signs of slowing down. Mitsubishi February sales peaked again, recording its best month in seven years.

In total, Mitsubishi sold 7,533 units in February which was an increase of 26% compared to February 2014. The Outlander Sport was the best selling vehicle, accounting for 2,394 units. The Lancer saw major sales improvements since last year as well, posting a 64.1% increase in units sold.

Don Swearingen, Executive Vice President MMNA, said, “Mitsubishi Motors continued to demonstrate outstanding momentum going forward in 2015.” He continued, “We are looking forward to a good sales year that will be bolstered by launching new and significantly redesigned versions of our key models throughout the year starting next month at the New York International Auto Show.”

The positive numbers put up by Mitsubishi are continually rolling in. Thus far, (January through February) Mitsubishi sales are up 29.3% compared to the same time period last year.

It’s no secret that Mitsubishi is off to a great start in 2015! To check out the full lineup of Mitsubishi vehicles, visit us at Heritage Mitsubishi.