The Galant is a midsize sedan in Mitsubishi’s lineup. Starting at just under $22,000, the car is an excellent buy. However, as a buyer in the market for a new car, you should take into consideration the costs of ownership. What will fuel economy look like? How much will it cost to repair this car? What will your monthly insurance premium be? All of these are valid concerns. If you’d like to learn how to save more on your Mitsubishi Galant insurance, please read on.
The Galant is a solid choice for anyone in the market for a midsize sedan. That said, there are better choices in its class. Refinement and interior quality could be better. The engine that powers this car isn’t quite up to par, so acceleration is a bit sluggish, though it’s only noticeable if you nitpick. The ride is smooth and comfortable, and the care is adequately responsive.
The Galant is offered in the ES and SE trim levels. Standard on the ES are the following features: full power features, air conditioning, as well as an audio system with CD player. The SE gets everything the ES does and adds: sunroof, rearview camera, power driver seat and heated front seats, a navigation system, automatic climate control, as well as an upgraded stereo.
You can further deck out the Galant by opting for one of the packages offered which can net you leather upholstery among other features.
Perhaps the easiest way to save on car insurance is to do your homework before picking out an auto insurer. Shop around with various companies and get a quote from at least 3 of them. This way you can compare the rates, and the various discounts that they all offer. No two companies will be the same. You’ll be ensuring that you get the best rate.
Another thing you could do is look at your current policy and decide whether you need all of that coverage. Maybe you have too much, and you’d like to lower it, or get rid of that roadside assistance because you have it through an auto club already. One specific way would be to raise your collision/comprehensive deductible. You’ll see concrete monthly savings, but you’ll be responsible for more upfront costs in the event of an accident.
The 2011 Galant has received top scores of “good” on front and side crash tests, as well the second highest score on roof tests. Although it received the second-lowest score “Marginal” on rear crash tests. The federal government has not tested the 2011 version, though the 2010 Galant did well.
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