HERE ARE SEVEN REASONS THAT MAKE THE MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER AN AWESOME SUV.
It’s got snazzy styling.
The Outlander is designed around the Dynamic Shield concept, which expresses the car’s ability to embrace and protect its passengers. This design also enhances the Outlander’s already dynamic road presence.
It’s a very spacious seven-seater.
There’s plenty of headroom and legroom in the second row, and unlike other seven-seater SUVs, the Outlander’s thirdrow seats are actually roomy. In fact, the third-row seats even have adjustable recline angles, which offer passengers here additional comfort.
It packs plenty of power.
A seven-seater SUV needs lots of muscle to move, especially when it’s fully loaded. With a 2.4-litre inline-4 producing 167ps and 222Nm, there’s enough performance in reserve – even if your entire family and their shopping are on board. For keener drivers, the seamless CVT gearbox offers a pair of paddle-shifters and a 6-speed override function.
It’s also very practical.
Be it your shopping or athletic gear, the Outlander has the boot capacity to accommodate bulkier items, such as furniture or bicycles. There are also a variety of storage points for loose items around the cabin.
Surefootedness is standard.
Mitsubishi’s experience with All-WheelControl (AWC) technology is reflected in the Outlander, which comes with the brand’s intelligent four-wheel-drive system. With three selectable modes, including the hard-core “Lock” setting, you’ll always have plenty of grip.
It keeps your loved ones secure.
The Outlander also comes with Active Stability Control (ASC) and seven airbags. With a body made from high-tensile strength steel, it’s no surprise that this SUV has an impressive five-star Euro NCAP rating.
It gives you peace of mind.
The Outlander comes with Japanesemade quality and reliability. It’s also covered by a five-year/unlimited mileage warranty and an unrivalled 10-year/200,000km engine warranty.
" ALL-WHEEL-DRIVE, ACTIVE STABILITY CONTROL AND SEVEN AIRBAGS WILL HELP KEEP YOUR LOVED ONES SECURE."