Monday, October 25, 2010
Mitsubishi Outlander New feature
The revised Mitsubishi Outlander is on sale now, and features Mitsubishi’s revised 2.2-litre Di-D diesel engine on cars which have a manual transmission.
The new two-wheel drive car emits 162 g/km CO2 and is only available with a manual gearbox, while the SST dual clutch gearbox is the automatic option on four-wheel drive cars.
The firm has also unveiled a new Juro version of the Lancer hatchback. Available with Mitsubishi’s 2.0-litre Di-D diesel engine, the Juro starts at £14,999.
Also, for the first time in the UK, Mitsubishi also announced the introduction of a 2WD diesel Outlander variant.
The 2011 model year range will therefore be available with a choice of two engines: a 2.2 Di-D M/T Mitsubishi unit on the GX3 M/T variant and a 2.2 Di-D SST PSA unit. The new power unit comes with a 14 percent increase in power from 154 bhp to 175 bhp on the manual transmissions. The 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander UK pricing starts at GBP21,549 and reaches 29,199 GBP for the range topping GX4 2.2 DI-D 4WD SST model. “The 11MY Outlander derivatives detailed above restore a full range to Outlander, mirroring the range which proved so popular with customers in 2009 and early 2010.
The all-new Mitsubishi Outlander engine features outstanding driving performance as well as excellent environmental credentials, such as more power, lower CO2 levels, better mpg and lower VED tax bands with the range now starting at Band G. Mitsubishi will also be introducing a 2WD diesel Mitsubishi Outlander variant to the UK market to further underline its pursuit of lower CO2 emissions under its “Intelligent Motion” environmental sub-brand.
The "Mitsubishi Outlander" 11MY range will be available with two engines a 2.2 Di-D M/T Mitsubishi unit on the GX3 M/T variant and a 2.2 Di-D SST PSA unit.
Big news for the updated Outlander is Mitsubishi’s new 2.2-litre Di-D turbodiesel engine.
Entry-level GX1 and GX2 four-wheel drive variants emit 165g/km CO2 with 44.8mpg, higher spec GX3 and GX4 four-wheel drive cars 169g/km with 43.5mpg – while if you pick the optional SST automatic transmission these emit 189g/km with 39.2mpg.
The Outlander offers a generous amount of standard equipment.
GX1 (which is a commercial vehicle specification) and GX2 include such luxuries as climate control, factory-fit alarm system, front electric windows, and hill start assist. Pricing for the GX2 starts at £21,549.
GX3 adds 18-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth, roof rails and front fog lights, and features an upgraded instrument panel with colour LCD screen. Two-wheel drive is priced from £22,799, and four-wheel drive from £24,299.
The 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander is available to order now.