Proving once again that Mitsubishi products are strong on appeal and value-for-money, Mitsubishi models including the Lancer ES sedan, new 2016 Triton GLX and Outlander PHEV plug-in hybrid have been recognised for their category-leading running costs in reports published by respected Australian motoring clubs RACV, RACQ, RAA and RACT.
The state-by-state reports examined the ownership and running costs of more than 110 cars across a range of models and makes, including depreciation, servicing costs, initial purchase price, fuel, registration and insurance.
The Mitsubishi Lancer ES sedan came out on top in the small car category in two states – Queensland and Tasmania – with average weekly running costs from $140.46 (RACT).
Meanwhile, Mitsubishi’s new Triton GLX set the pace for 4WD Utes by offering the lowest average weekly running costs in each of the four states. According to RACT, Triton GLX costs as little as $212.09 a week to own and operate in Tasmania.
The Outlander PHEV was also the most cost efficient of the electric vehicles in all four states with average weekly running costs from $235.99 (RACT).
The Lancer ES sedan, new 2016 Triton range and high-tech Outlander PHEV are available across the Australian Mitsubishi dealer network.