Used Mitsubishi green exterior in Dulles, VA
Reviews for Mitsubishi
MADE FOR EACH OTHER...
I've never been an SUV fan, but my van entered eternal rest, the cars and the kids are grown & gone. It was time. I came. I saw. I tested. I BOUGHT! Great handling, bangin' style and great gas mileage. She hustles AND hauls well on Texas' roads, ramps and highways. In heavy traffic and bad weather, Outlander Sport is responsive. I recently loaded catering food & supplies for 35, plus weekend gear for 3, and 2 adults and though I had to "play Tetris", she held it all with the rear half seat down--without rear window obstruction. "I fooled around and fell in love"(Elvin Bishop) There is a slight blind spot, depending on mirror setting to seat height. Just look back TWICE when changing freeway lanes.
Pretty good car for the money!
The Galant was the only mid-size car I found in my price range, and I have been pleasantly surprised by how much I like it. It has a lot of room inside for both front and rear passengers. It has comfortable seating all around. It drives and handles better than more expensive cars I have owned. Really the only things I don't like are related to the motor. Mine has the 2.4L 4-cylinder, and it is just not enough motor for this size car, and because the motor is working so hard to move the car around it doesn't get the kind of gas mileage we would expect from cars with small motors. Turn on the A/C and it feels downright sad. It's a shame really, because I really like everything else about the car, although a stereo aux input would be great.
Lowest Price electric car you can buy
No need to ever go to a gas station again. If you drive less than 60 miles per trip, you can just charge it in your garage. Since most people commute about 20 miles, this makes sense for just about everyone. Its a small car and most families have multiple vehicles, so you can always use your gas car for trips. or just rent something with all the money you save. These vehicles are generally $7-8K used, so you can have a car payment of $100 - 150/month. Its about $2-3K less than a Nissan Leaf. You'll need to spend about another $300-400 for a Level 2 charger (240V) because it does take a long time to charge with the included 110V charger (like 22 hours instead of 6).
This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.