|The Mitsubishi Outlander diesel version was recently put to an real-life test by a British TV personality. The new diesel model is Mitsubishi’s safest and most environmentally-friendly version.|
Among the many enhancements for Outlander, 40 noise, vibration and harshness improvements have been introduced, and it boasts new styling, too. Ride and handling are even better and there’s increased efficiency, while the cabin interior has improved comfort and safety.
According to Julian Norton after his drive, the Mitsubishi Outlander was a great looking, stylish vehicle. During his test drive, Norton felt that the Outlander performed more like a car as it wasn’t as enormous as some of the equivalent vehicles on the market. In addition, the SUV handled nicely, and the interior had plenty of space, with a big enough boot for all his storage requirements. Finally. the SUV wasn’t too big which made it somewhat easy to fit into parking spaces.
Domestically, the Mitsubishi Outlander is primed as a versatile 7-seater, with best-in-class cargo space (1,608 liters capacity) and an electronic or Auto tailgate lift. Available only in 4WD, the Complete Built-Up (CBU) Outlander from Japan is powered by a 2.4-liter Mitsubishi Innovative Valve timing Electronic Control (MIVEC) engine boasting a maximum output of 167 PS at 6,000 rpm and a maximum torque of 222Nm at 4,100 rpm.
Standard safety features offered in the Mitsubishi Outlander SUV include 7-Airbags, Active Stability and Traction Control (ASTC), Hill-Start Assist (HSA), Anti-lock braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist, Mitsubishi’s Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution (RISE body) and Collapsible Steering Column.
The Outlander SUV is offered in three colors: Red Metallic, White Pearl and Grey Metallic. It comes with an exclusive introductory on-the-road price of RM 166,720.00 in Peninsular Malaysia and RM 168,488.40 in East Malaysia for cars booked and registered before 31 May. The SUV also comes with a warranty package of five years or 100,000km, whichever comes first.