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MITSUBISHI: Nothing Beats A Really Good Drive

October 15, 2019

Don’t just dream it, drive it. If you own a set of Mitshubishi keys, you can buckle up, take off, and solve your problems anytime you feel like it. You can also drive your Mitsubishi to some cool romantic hangout spots in Lagos. With Mitshubishi, life is beautiful

I was missing my grandma. I had not seen her in years. Being meaning to travel to Edo state for a very long time but due to time constraints, I could not.
It was close to her 107th birthday and I started itching for some alone time with her. A few days after, I headed for Benin City. This time, I decided to drive so I could investigate the new roads I’d heard good things about.


So I drove and drove—down the interstate, onto rural routes, and through twisty back roads of Ondo state for no other reason than that, I had an urge for some alone time with grandma. Listen, guys, sometimes the best therapy is a long drive and good music.

I connected my phone to the handsfree of my Mitshibushi. With my left hand on the power steering, while fully air-conditioned, I adjusted my driver’s seat to suit my height. I had stopped by at Ore earlier for some fantastic banana and groundnut. While enjoying them, I cued up a fast beat on the stereo and cranked the shit out of it.
The car growled through every arc, and the sun cast a high-speed flicker of shadows from behind the bare trees.

CHECK OUT SOME INTERIOR & COMFORT I ENJOYED

Air conditioningAutomatic driver & passenger
Central door lockingYes
ConnectionsUSB
Driver seatHeight and reach adjustable
Handsfree kitYes
Number of seats5
Paddle shiftyes
Parking sensorRear
Power SteeringYes
Power windowsRear, Front
RadioRadio CD / MP3
Sequential electric windowsDriver
Steering wheelLeather
Steering wheel audio controlYes
Tinted windowsyes
Touchscreenyes
UpholsteryLeather
VideocameraRear
EXTERIOR
Door handlesChrome
Door mirrorsBody-color
Folding side mirrorsElectrics
Roof railyes
WheelsAluminum
PASSIVE SAFETY
AirbagsSide & Curtains, Knees (driver), Driver, Passenger
Anti-theft alarmYes
Seatbelts – 2nd row3 x 3 points
Seatbelts – Front2 x 3 points

It was fun. Exhilarating. Marvelous and I must warn you, it’s addictive. So addictive that when I got to Benin, I had to drive around the city every day.
I wasn’t ready for the adventure to be over. So I turned around and did it all again—till I headed back for Lagos.

THE WONDER IN MITSUBISHI

This is the marvelous thing about Mitsubishi cars. You can set off for somewhere in no particular hurry, find a diversion, and explore. You think I’m exaggerating? Okay, how about you book a test drive.

Eclipse Cross
Mitsubishi


You can read all the reviews, compare spec and prices and watch videos of a car all day long, but they can’t tell you how it feels to drive it for yourself. Nothing beats a test drive.

After all, nothing compares to getting behind the wheel to tell you if a car is right for you. It could be a quick lap around the neighborhood to untangle some mental knot or a spontaneous, hours-long tour through your city for some inspiring contemplation of life’s mysteries.

Don’t just dream it, drive it. If you own a set of Mitshubishi keys, you can buckle up, take off, and solve your problems anytime you feel like it. You can also drive your Mitsubishi to some cool romantic hangout spots in Lagos. With Mitshubishi, life is beautiful
The car functions as an escape vehicle for many people, especially young men. Driving my own Mitshubishi Lancer through those forest roads in Edo state, I can hardly disagree.

edo state

Less I forget, I took my grandma on a ride as well. She confessed it was one of her best days.

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