Stay comfortable when travelling in winter
Winter car comforts
Warmth for the driver and passengers
Our cars are built with efficient air conditioning systems that keep the cabin at your desired temperature. Front vents keep both the cabin warm and the windscreen clear with a range of settings to point air where you want it.
Heated front seats
Protect your car from the cold
Car hacks for cold mornings
Here are a little things you can do to protect your car from the worst of the weather when it’s parted overnight.
Provide extra insulation and reduce the amount of scraping you need to do
Stop your wipers freezing solid
Stand your wipers up overnight to stop them stick to your windscreen when the temperature drops
Keep your driveway safe by clearing any snow. You can buy the equivalent of road grit for your own use to keep your drive from freezing if you need to.
Bag your wing mirrors
Two shopping bags and a couple of elastic bands can keep your mirrors frost free
Faster windscreen de-icing
If you’re out of de-icer, make your own with three parts vinegar to one part water, but don’t heat the water as this can crack your windscreen
Wash your car
A quick clean before you drive
Washing your car regularly in the winter might seem futile given the wet and muddy roads, but that’s actually why it’s important. Modern cars carry a host of sensors and cameras to make manoeuvres easier and spot signs of danger, but if they’re caked in mud they can’t do their job. Don’t make that supermarket visit any more stressful than it already is: clean your reversing camera before you go.
Safer winter journeys with a Mitsubishi
3 years 0% APR HP & 3 years free servicing
Right now the entire Mitsubishi range is available on 0% APR HP finance, with 3 years free servicing and 3 years free roadside assistance.