The month of June is jam-packed with sales events and specials at O’Brien Mitsubishi of Normal. Why waste any more time? Stop by today to see what we have in store for you. If you are looking to purchase a new Mitsubishi Lancer or a new Mitsubishi Galant, we might have incentives that can qualify for.
An integral section of the O’Brien Mitsubishi of Normal dealership is the parts department. Manufacturer recommended parts help to prolong the life of your vehicle. When you replace parts that have broken or failed with Original Equipment Manufactured (OEM) parts, you will notice that your car, truck or SUV runs the same as it did before those Mitsubishi parts stopped working.
We all know that oil changes are vital to the health of your car, but do we really know the reasons why they can extend the life of your Mitsubishi model? Our Mitsubishi dealers can explain further why this regular maintenance is essential. Continue reading
The state of Illinois offers residents and visitors plenty to enjoy, especially during the summer months. If you are planning a vacation or a weekend road trip, take a look at some of our dealers’ favorite places. The experienced staff at our Normal Mitsubishi dealer will not steer you wrong when it comes to road trips. Continue reading
As with many of our vehicles here at O’Brien Mitsubishi of Normal, the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander offers plenty of standard and optional safety features to help keep you and everyone else on the road safe. This versatile crossover earns itself a Top Safety Pick+ from the Insurance Institute for Highway safety when equipped with Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM) and Specific Headlights.
To add to an already packed inventory of awesome vehicles, O’Brien Mitsubishi of Normal will be receiving a refreshed 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport sometime during this upcoming fall. As dealerships wait for the new 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross to hit their showrooms, this new, reworked Mitsubishi Outlander Sport should hold over eager crossover fans for the time being.
When you think about parking anywhere else besides an abandoned parking lot, you might think hassle. Tight squeezes, blind spots, pedestrians, obstructions you aren’t able to see, and parallel parking can make parking a stressful experience. But here at our Mitsubishi dealership near Bloomington IL, we we have the perfect solution for your parking woes.
At O’Brien Mitsubishi of Normal, we offer three different types of drivetrains on our Mitsubishi vehicles, all of which offer something different for various situations and conditions. Depending on your lifestyle and your day-to-day, you might need your car to perform in a certain way, which is why we’re here to explain the differences between drivetrains.
Your options for drivetrains include front-wheel drive (FWD), rear-wheel drive (RWD), and all-wheel drive (AWD). Most of our smaller vehicles like the Mitsubishi Mirage and Mitsubishi I-MIEV come with standard FWD. This means that the engine only supplies power to the front wheels. Since these vehicles aren’t very heavy and you probably won’t find yourself racing them or going off-road in them, this is really a very convenient drivetrain to have on your vehicle. This type of drivetrain became widely produced on vehicles to specifically help people drive better in the snow.
Rear-wheel drive, on the other hand, is used on some of our bigger and more powerful vehicles such as our Mitsubishi Outlander and Lancer. This type of drivetrain is designed to only supply power to the rear-wheels. It is sometimes often referred to as a more fun way to drive as you can do things like burnouts, fishtails, and doughnuts (not recommended). All-wheel drive is another available option we offer on most of our Mitsubishi Outlander and Mitsubishi Lancer vehicles. A more modern drivetrain and sophisticated drivetrain, AWD allows all four wheels to receive power from the engine at once. This is a great way to conquer the road with confidence in bad weather or conquer sketchy terrain if you are going off-road for some reason.
Now, there is another drivetrain that often gets confused with AWD, and that is 4WD or often referred to as 4X4. The two drivetrains are quite similar, the one big difference is that the 4WD has to be engaged by the driver for it to work or you will only be driving in 2WD. Another big difference between the two is that most AWD systems use sensors to determine which wheels can receive more power for better traction whereas the 4WD always sends equal power to all the wheels all the time. A big perk about 4WD systems are that they are much more heavy-duty, in turn, making them great for towing and hauling big time weight.
Come see us at our dealership and let our fine sales staff explain more in-depth about what drivetrains we offer on what vehicles and what might be the best choice for you. O’Brien Mitsubishi of Normal serves the Bloomington, Peoria, Pekin, IL area and we look forward to serving you!
We enjoy March here at O’Brien Mitsubishi of Normal. Our March Markdown Savings Event lasts all month and offers great deals throughout our dealership. From our 2016 Mitsubishi Lancer, 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4, the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SUV, and more, we know how to put on a sale that puts tons of savings in our customers’ pockets. Located near Bloomington, Ill., we have an inventory that is ready for the March Madness fan in everyone.