Mitsubishi 500x Crossover evolution

June 5, 2015 at 21:40

You probably already know that one of the most well-to-do Japanese corporations leaves the passenger car segment of the market, preferring crossovers and SUVs. Now, Mitsubishi cars became higher more expensive and more “all-wheel drive.” Taking into account the racing past of the brand, many people would agree with the statement that Mitsubishi with its new 500x Crossover has all the chances to grab a huge part of the market, especially on our roads.

Impressive Mitsubishi 500x Crossover image

Impressive Mitsubishi 500x Crossover image

At the moment all that can help engineers to interest buyers in the new SUV’s favor is a wide choice of engines and complete sets. It is already not bad, considering that one year and half left before the model’s release. There are power trains to all tastes – from the standard 2.0-liter GDI to 3.5-liter GDI. Impressive 260 horsepower is a result made of a regular four-cylinder presented in the maximum configuration.

Exterior is laconic, Mitsubishi features are unchanging: headlights, grille, all are made in ASX and Lancer’a style. It is not bad, no more and no less. Apparently, Mitsubishi 500x Crossover is a family car, 5 star safety, rather rich equipment, not cheap materials, though, it is not a business class. However, it has too aggressive traits for the family car. I hardly imagine a child sleeping in a baby seat situated on the rear seat, a baby carriage in the trunk and caring woman driving and leaving the parking lot of the supermarket.

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