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"Booked our 2012 Outlander in for a major service after a private purchase. Prompt collection and drop-off. Would have liked a bit more detail on the invoice for such a major service as I paid extra for better quality oil and engine diagnostics. Also, the name was wrong on the invoice. Nothing major but helps understand you're getting good value."
"Car picked up from home and redelivered when finished. No problems with car so no contact from garage, but know from previous experience they keep you well informed."
"Happy with service air con working well"
"Great collection and return service at no extra charge."
"Very happy with all the work done, the helpfulness of the staff and the car was returned shining like new ... What a bonus !"
"Great fast and helpful service provided."
Local and well priced
"Always nervous about taking a car for a service as it always leads to further costs. Tried trade and save and it was a hassle free experience. The work done and my service book stamped was well worth the money."
"Happy with service and was adviced of problems"
Always spot on
"Always helpful and efficient, brilliant garage."
"Happy with the work undertaken"
"I needed to MOT my wife's uncle's car, a grey import, during a flying visit to Gosport. Bill couldn't have been more helpful in ensuring that was achieved quickly and painlessly."
"Completely hassle free service, picked up my car and returned on the same day. Was kept up to date of all work going on and anything additional needed along with the prices."
Power Assisted Steering, or ‘PAS’ as it is also known, is a mechanism that helps you to steer your car. In most vehicles, the PAS relies on a hydraulic system to aid turning the vehicle's wheels. If you have ever driven a car with no Power Steering you will have most certainly noticed the difference between having PAS and not. Power Steering used to be a luxury in certain vehicles, but nowadays it is almost standard in every type of vehicle.
There are two types of power steering: rack-and-pinion and the recirculating ball. Rack-and-pinion is the most common system. Although not as widespread, the recirculating ball system is still in use, mainly on vans and trucks.
In both systems, two high-pressure hoses connect the steering rack to both sides of the centre seal. One hose directs high pressure hydraulic fluid from the power steering pump to the steering mechanism, while the other allows fluid to flow back to the pump. When the steering wheel is turned left or right, the steering mechanism allows the hydraulic fluid to pass to that side of the rack. That pressure assists the vehicle's steering power by pushing the seal and rack in one direction or the other.
The sixth biggest Japanese automaker and the sixteenth biggest worldwide automaker, Mitsubishi is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, where it was started in 1917. The brand now finds itself leading the field in creation of efficient hybrid technologies, such as the The Outlander PHEV (which stands for plug-in hybrid electric vehicle), while happily heading up the attack on global car markets, and is currently one of the best-selling hybrid vehicles on offer in the UK. The rest of the Mitsubishi range consists of cars like the economical Mirage, the sporty four-wheel drive Shogun, and the very family friendly ASX SUV.
About the Mitsubishi Lancer
The Mitsubishi Lancer was first launched in 1973, and is now in its ninth generation. It’s the first Lancer to be sold as a hatchback since the fifth generation was unveiled in 1988, and is one of the most practical models in Mitsubishi’s range. While it’s got lots of rave reviews from the 30,000 questioned in the Driver Power survey, there are still a few things to look out for. For example, some drivers have complained that the car cuts out for no apparent reason when in low gear. Something to watch!
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