All customers purchasing Mitsubishi’s acclaimed new Colt Supermini or new Grandis MPV between 1st October and the end of December will get a Smartnav navigation system installed by their dealer absolutely free of charge.
Produced by Trafficmaster, Smartnav is an advanced navigation system that actually guides drivers around the jams using Trafficmaster’s unique live, incident, historic and predictive traffic data.
Worth £700, the Smartnav package comes complete with safe speed alert system and an invaluable push button connection to UK roadside assistance services should an emergency situation occur. Add to this Mitsubishi’s free 3-year pan-European breakdown recovery and assistance and you have a package that gives real peace of mind motoring.
As well as getting Smartnav navigation fitted for free, all customers taking advantage of Mitsubishi’s finance package to purchase either of these new vehicles will also save money. All Colt models bought by the end of the year using Mitsubishi’s PCP scheme will automatically qualify for 2 years / 24,000 miles free servicing and Grandis owners will receive 2 years / 18,000 miles free servicing. An added bonus for any pocket.
The new Colt Supermini and Grandis MPV are the very latest models to be launched by Mitsubishi Motors in the UK, both delivering distinctive design laden with real-life functionality. Colt is priced from £7,999 and is available with a choice of 1.1, 1.3 and 1.5 petrol engines and a torquey 1.5 DI-D. The Mitsubishi Grandis MPV starts at £18,499 and comes with a 165bhp 2.4-litre petrol engine and choice of manual or automatic transmission.
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