Mitsubishi drivers can prepare for the winter season by bringing their vehicle to Brooklyn Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi vehicle winter preparation and service available at Brooklyn Mitsubishi

BROOKLYN, N.Y., Oct. 31, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- New Yorkers are familiar with frigid temperatures during the long winter, but that doesn't stop them from continuing to live and work in the Big Apple. They usually rely on their vehicle to help get them around, but it is very important to keep that vehicle in good condition so it can stay dependable throughout the season. 

Brooklyn Mitsubishi, a dealership that specializes in the Mitsubishi brand, does more than just sell cars to New Yorkers. The dealership also houses a service center that is equipped to help drivers keep their Mitsubishi vehicle in tip-top shape. The technicians employed at the Brooklyn Mitsubishi service center are specially-trained to know each Mitsubishi model in order to pinpoint problems and to fix them efficiently. 

Changing the oil, replacing the brakes, switching the fluids and replacing the tires are some of the most common tasks that the Brooklyn Mitsubishi service technicians perform in order to get Mitsubishi vehicles ready for the long and cold winter season. 

Additionally, Brooklyn Mitsubishi hosts a blog on its website that frequently discusses Mitsubishi maintenance and advice to help drivers keep their Mitsubishi in good condition. 

Drivers interested in getting their Mitsubishi model ready for the winter season are encouraged to schedule a service appointment with Brooklyn Mitsubishi by calling 718-484-7788 or visiting the dealership's website ( In order to accommodate the Spanish-speaking population of New York City, Brooklyn Mitsubishi offers a Spanish-language version of its website (www.brooklynmitsubishiespanol) and many of the dealership's professionals are fluent in the language. 

Media Contact: Steve Savvas, Brooklyn Mitsubishi, 718-345-1600,

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