first_imgWe are just a few short weeks away from January 2018, so if you’d like to have a brand new 181 motor to look forward to in the New Year, check out the latest models coming to DMG Motors: DMG Motors outside Donegal Town are main dealers for Mitsubishi, Skoda & SEAT cars and commercial vehicles in the county. We take a look at the latest Mitsubishi launches taking to the roads in 2018: Mitsubishi Eclipse CrossThe all new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross will be available to Irish customers from €27,900 and it goes on sale in January 2018. Developed with a focus on three core areas – inspiring design, driving dynamics and advanced technology – Mitsubishi’s new mid-sized SUV will be available in three trim levels – Eclipse Cross Invite, Eclipse Cross Intense and Eclipse Cross Instyle.Developed with a focus on three core areas – inspiring design, driving dynamics and advanced technology – Mitsubishi’s new mid-sized SUV will be available in three trim levels – Eclipse Cross Invite, Eclipse Cross Intense and Eclipse Cross Instyle.The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 1.5L Turbo Petrol 163PS AS&G 2WD Invite is available with manual transmission and starts from €27,900. The level of specification on this entry model is exceptional, including Smartphone Link Audio Display supporting Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Touchpad Controller, Reversing Camera, Bluetooth and USB connectivity and rear seat passengers benefit from Sliding rear seats (200mm) with an 8 step recline. Excellent safety features include Forward Collision Mitigation System, Lane Departure Warning system, LED Daytime Running Lights and 7 airbags, all of which helped to secure a 5-star NCAP safety rating with excellent overall performance.The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Intense is available in Manual and CVT Automatic versions, from €29,900 and €32,400 respectively. Intense model specification include all the Eclipse Cross Invite specification features as well as a Heads Up Display system, 18” alloy wheels, Keyless Operation System, Rearview Camera with 8 spot parking sensors, dual zone air conditioning and electronic brake auto hold (CVT model).Completing the Eclipse Cross range is the Eclipse Cross Instyle – again available in Manual and CVT Automatic transmissions, from €34,900 and €37,400. These models feature all the before mentioned specification as well as Leather Seats and electric, heated front seats, Premium Rockford Fosgate Audio system, Panoramic Glass Sunroof, Multi-around Monitor, Blind Spot Warning (BSW), Lane Change Assist (LCA), and Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) and Adaptive Cruise Control on CVT models. Later in 2018 the Eclipse Cross will be available with 2.2 DiD 4WD Automatic version.The All New Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross also has an 8 Year / 150,000km Warranty and 5 years Mitsubishi Assistance Package (MAP) for cover roadside assistance and breakdown cover in Ireland and Europe.More 181 Mitsubishi Offers at DMG MotorsMitsubishi Outlander with up to €4,000 Scrappage OfferMitsubishi OutlanderMitsubishi Outlander range now comes with €3,000 Scrappage offer on Outlander 2WD 5 seat models and €4,000 Scrappage offer on Outlander 4WD 7 seat models. Outlander 2WD 2.2 DI-D 6MT 5 seat Intense model, comes with Mitsubishi’s 181 Scrappage offer of €3,000. This model is packed with top features such as Smartphone link Display Audio with 7” touchscreen supporting Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, 18” alloys, rear-view camera, parking sensors, Bluetooth, Cruise Control, 7 airbags and Hill Start Assist all as standard. Mitsubishi Motors are offering €4,000 Scrappage on Outlander 4WD 2.2 DI-D 7 seater Instyle models, both manual and automatic. It features leather seat upholstery on all 7 seats, Smartphone Link Display Audio (SDA) with 7” touchscreen featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, rearview camera, parking sensors, keyless operation system, Bluetooth, Cruise Control, 7 airbags, Hill Start Assist and multi-select 4WD. The Outlander Instyle Automatic also comes with electric parking brake and brake Auto hold function. The Mitsubishi Outlander 2WD 2.2 DI-D 6MT 5 seat Intense model is available from €32,500 and the Outlander 4WD 2.2 DI-D 7 seater Instyle is available for €39,900 for Manual and €44,900 for Automatic transmission.Mitsubishi Outlander has an 8 Year / 150,000km Warranty and 5 years Mitsubishi Assistance Package (MAP) for cover roadside assistance and breakdown cover in Ireland and Europe. Mitsubishi ASX now with €3,000 Scrappage OfferMitsubishi ASXMitsubishi ASX Compact Crossover now comes with €2,500 Scrappage offer on all ASX models for vehicles registered by 31st January 2018.Mitsubishi ASX 2WD 1.6L M/T Petrol, available from €24,750, has received a stylish exterior upgrade incorporating Mitsubishi’s ‘Dynamic Shield’ front design and is packed full of equipment – Smartphone Link audio Display system supporting Apple CarPlay and AndroidAuto, Rearview camera and parking sensors, cruise control and Bluetooth, 18” alloys, LED daytime running lights, 7 airbags, Active Stability Control, Hill Start Assist and much more as standard. Mitsubishi ASX has an 8 Year / 150,000km Warranty and 5 years Mitsubishi Assistance Package (MAP) for cover roadside assistance and breakdown cover in Ireland and Europe. Terms & Conditions:Scrappage offer excludes Outlander PHEV and Outlander Business models. Prices exclude Dealer delivery and related charges. There are no limitations to trade-in vehicle age. Full Scrappage terms and conditions are available on Mitsubishi-motors.ieCOMMERCIAL RANGE OFFERS:Mitsubishi L200 Double Cab €1500 OfferMitsubishi L200 Double CabMitsubishi Motors are offering €1500 Purchase Contribution on all 181 L200 Double Cab Intense models registered by January 2018.Mitsubishi Pajero Short Wheelbase €2,000 + Free Leather OfferMitsubishi PajeroMitsubishi Motors are offering €2,000 Purchase Contribution and Free Leather Seats on all 181 Pajero SWB registered by January 2018.For more information, test drives and offers, visit DMG Motors Clar Road, Donegal. Call (074) 972 1396 or visit www.dmgmotors.ie and www.facebook.com/DMG-MotorsSponsored PostCar of the Week: The mighty Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and 181 Offers at DMG Motors was last modified: December 6th, 2017 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:181car of the weekDMG MOTORSmitsubishimotoringlast_img read more


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