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Mitsubishi Mirage is Refreshingly Redesigned for MY 2017

No, that’s not a mirage. Well, yes, it is a mirage but it’s a Mitsubishi Mirage. Didn’t recognize it at first? That’s by design. An all-new exterior design has the look of the 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage changing from a design similar to the Mazda3 5-door to a more unique exterior. Among the redesigned elements are the hood, grille, front and rear bumper,

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Mitsubishi Lancer gets More Standard Features for MY 2016

Though still identifiable as a Lancer (and hard to mistake for anything else), Mitsubishi has given the sedan a facelift for MY 2016 and enhanced its list of standard features. While the Lancer’s facelift isn’t drastic, the updated standard features is, brining the vehicle more in line with its competition. In the ES trim level the FUSE Hands-free Link System, automatic

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20 Automakers Commit to Making Automatic Emergency Braking Standard by 2022

Family car time is about to get even safer. Today the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety announced that 20 automakers, representing more than 99 percent of the U.S. auto market, have committed to making automatic emergency braking a standard feature no later than Sept 1, 2022. Automakers making the commitment are

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How Many Ways Can You Say Front Crash Prevention?

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has grouped them all under the umbrella term “front crash prevention.” What do manufacturers call the system in 2016 models? IIHS has a list for that: Acura Collision Mitigation Braking System Forward Collision Warning Audi Audi pre sense front BMW Collision Warning with Braking Function Collision Warning with City Braking Function Buick Automatic Collision Preparation Forward

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Imports Top Domestics in Latest Auto Manufacturer Consumer Satisfaction Ratings

Every time you check Twitter, it seems like there’s another vehicle being recalled. It’s no wonder that with the amount of recalls Americans are not nearly as satisfied with their vehicles as they were 10-20 years ago. New data from the American Consumer Satisfaction Index suggests that domestic manufacturers are taking the brunt of the dissatisfaction while foreign owned brands fare far

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IIHS Gives Nine 2015 Vehicles Its Highest Safety Ratings

Each year the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety ranks vehicles’ safety features, rating them against increasingly tougher standards. The highest ranking on the list, a Top Safety Pick+, has 11 more vehicles than 2014’s list despite a tougher standard for front crash prevention- great news for consumers. “This is the third year in a row that we are giving automakers a

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