Mitsubishi offers drivers an array of innovative technologies which make driving easier, safer, and in some cases, more fun. With all of these new technologies, it’s easy to get confused about what’s out there. Among the best features offered on many new Mitsubishis include Super All-Wheel Control (SAWC) and Active Stability and Traction Control (ASC).
According to Mitsubishi, the SAWC system was developed in 2014 and is the latest in dynamic vehicle control. It gives drivers a choice between four driving modes: Normal, Snow, Lock, and AWC Eco. By switching to the ideal mode, drivers get the most out of their car. Normal is for everyday, Snow is for icy roads and loose gravel, Lock is for pure off-road madness, and the Eco mode is the ultimate in efficiency.
“Mitsubishi takes pride in being at the forefront of technological innovation,” said Mitsubishi about its engineering milestones. “Explore the engineering milestones that have set us apart from the competition and continue to keep us on the cutting edge.”
ASC works by helping drivers maintain control in adverse conditions. Using an array of sensors, this system removes power if you start sliding and works with the anti-lock braking system to keep you on the road and pointed in the right direction. Both ASC and SAWC are just two examples of Mitsubishi Advanced Features.by