2017 Mitsubishi Lancer

I’ve shared quite a few vehicles over the years that are family friendly for families with at least 3 kiddo’s, but what if you’re looking for an easy 4-door sedan that can get you where you want, look good and can save you on fuel? That’s where something like the 2017 Lancer Mitsubishi Lancer comes into play.

The Mitsubishi Lancer is an easy little ride that has some nice extras, yet isn’t overloaded with all the bells and whistles a lot of people don’t need or care to spend the extra money on. I’ve always thought Mitsubishi puts out a vehicle that’s easy on the eyes, and that’s the same with the Lancer. It’s a comfortable ride, not too big, but not overly small either. We had the SEL AWC 4-Door Sedan for just over a week and my favorite features were the leather/heated seats, easy to use sun-roof, the FAST key entry, so the key stays in at all times but you still need to have the remote with you and the LATCH system for kids car seats.  Easy to handle, storage space and the controls were easy to use and see everything. We did get right around 25 miles per gallon while driving, which helps save on money compared to many other vehicles and gas guzzlers. The silver is always a classic and I liked how they incorporated that nicely throughout the vehicle along with black. The trunk had nice space and included in our package was premium speaker system, so you could really enjoy your tunes!

I know that depending on family size,needs and budget, everyone is looking for something different. This 2017 Mitsubishi Lancer would make a great little car for anyone, and as we were talking a great first time vehicle for students in your lives. Visit your local Mitsubishi dealer to take the Lancer for a test drive. I’d love to know your thoughts.

We were able to test drive the Mitsubishi Lancer for a week, all opinions are my own.

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