While it’s true that used cars might offer some cost-saving advantages, there are several reasons to buy new. If you want the latest safety and infotainment features, a more reliable ride, and lower interest rates, you should consider buying new. Plus, because several Mitsubishi models are incredibly affordable, you don’t have to break the bank when you buy new.
The Latest Features
When you buy new, you get the latest safety and infotainment features. Some car buyers might not realize that new cars are almost always safer than used vehicles. Many new Mitsubishi models come with driver assist features that use millimeter-wavelength radar and cameras to alert you to potential dangers. Features like Active Cornering Lights will improve night driving by illuminating the direction in which your car is moving. In terms of infotainment, Mitsubishi Connect offers on-board communication, available Rockford-Fosgate® premium sound systems, and touch-screen displays.
New cars are often more reliable than used cars, as new cars come with virtually no wear and tear. Mitsubishi also offers among the best warranties on the market, like a 10-year/100,000-mile limited powertrain warranty. Mitsubishi stands by the durability of its products, which means new models are built to last decades. If you’re looking for a car that you can drive for years, a new Mitsubishi is the right option for you.
Lower Fees and Rates
Additionally, many lenders will offer lower rates on new cars than used ones. Though interest rates ultimately depend on a variety of factors, like your credit history, you can usually negotiate better financing on a new car because it’s less likely to break down than a new car. Plus, if you buy eco-friendly vehicles like the Outlander PHEV, you may also qualify for federal tax credits.
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