Crossovers for Families in St. Cloud, MN
Your family is growing and that little two-door sedan just isn’t cutting it. What you need is a crossover or SUV like the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross or Outlander.
Families have a lot of stuff
The larger your family, the more stuff you need to take with you wherever you go. It starts with car seats and diaper bags, then moves on to sports equipment and camping gear. A crossover offers the cargo space that families need to haul all this stuff for every stage of life.
The Eclipse Cross offers 22.6 cubic feet of cargo space behind the second row, while the Outlander has 34.2 cubic feet of space behind the second row when the third row is folded down. Unlike a truck, a crossover carries cargo in an enclosed and weather-proof space; not to mention being much easier to park.
Bringing friends along
It’s much easier to get in and out of the second row of seating in a crossover or SUV than in a sedan. The Eclipse Cross has two rows of seating and can carry five passengers, while the Outlander has a third row and can carry seven people.
Crossovers come with many safety features built into the design and construction of the vehicle, as well as technological assists to help drivers stay away, keep to their lane, or avoid collisions. The Outlander also has LED headlights and optional fog lights to let you see what’s coming.
When you’re looking for the perfect ride for your family, look no further than the affordable and classy lineup available at Don Robinson Mitsubishi in St. Cloud.
Mitsubishi’s new crossover has been in the works for quite some time, and now it looks like we’ll be getting an official debut. The 2017 Geneva Motor Show takes place in March, and, following the teaser photo the automaker released not too long ago, that’s where we’ll see it live. Best of all, the new model won’t premiere as a concept vehicle, but rather as a production vehicle!
The new compact crossover is both sporty and coupe-like. The teaser photo reveals the profile which matches the description pretty well. The C-pillar and beltline offer a look that’s nearly spot-on. The front end looks similar to the Outlander’s, due largely in part to the similar headlights. The utility vehicle will be slotted between the Outlander Sport and standard Outlander models.
The Outlander Sport is expected to shrink and the standard Outlander will grow slightly between 2019 and 2020. The new model will likely arrive in the United States in early 2018.
Keep an eye out for Mitsubishi’s new crossover at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show on March 7th. There’s no pricing available just yet, but knowing Mitsubishi, the compact crossover will be a true value.
We here at Don Robinson Mitsubishi can’t wait for the official unveiling of the new Mitsubishi crossover.