With fuel prices constantly in flux, owning a vehicle with consistently superior miles per gallon efficiency is a must. Fortunately, Mitsubishi engineers are on the forefront of fuel-efficient engineering, and the Mitsubishi model lineup offers you technology that maximizes the fuel from the pump.
MIVEC Engine Technology
The MIVEC Engine Technology on the Mitsubishi Outlander has been in development and refinement over the past decade, and this modern incarnation is a testament to all that work. The MIVEC engine constantly monitors and adjusts fuel intake and exhaust valve timing to adjust for the dynamic needs of the engine. This saves fuel, reduces emissions, and actually increases the power output of the engine, making the Outlander capable of 224 horsepower with its 3.0-liter MIVEC engine.
Super All Wheel Control
Also on the Mitsubishi Outlander is the innovative Super All Wheel Control technology. This system regulates everything from individual wheel power to braking power and to left and right torque distribution. This develops even further with Active Yaw Control to extend the system to the power steering system. All together the S-AWC technology provides a comfortable and in-control driving experience.
Mitsubishi has developed proprietary transmission technology in the form of its INVECS-III system. INVECS-III is an automatic transmission found on the 2019 Mitsubishi Mirage and Mitsubishi Mirage G4 adjusts to the optimal gear without the jolt often associated with other automatic transmissions. These smooth, optimal transmissions lead to lowered fuel consumption and a more peaceful ride. For those who want to take advantage of Mitsubishi Continuously Variable Transmission technology but want a more active and manual-like experience, the Sport Mode on the 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross give them that punch. Paddle shifting options are available as well.