It's been a while since we've gotten notification from Mitsubishi, yet the creator of the Pajero is at last coming back with a fresh out of the plastic new offering for India: the third-age Outlander SUV. Here are the main five things you have to think about it:
- After 6 years Mitsubishi is coming to the market
To state that it's been a while since India has seen another Mitsubishi would be putting it mildly. The last all-new model dispatch from Mitsubishi was the Pajero Sport, which turned out the distance in 2012 - more than six years back. Indeed, even the latest refresh - the Montero facelift - touched base toward the finish of 2016. Beyond anyone's ability to see and out of mind it might have been, yet with the looming entry of the third-gen Outlander, Mitsubishi is a name that will probably figure on the arrangements of planned purchasers by and by.
- Honda CR-V is the rival for this model of Mitsubishi
Despite the fact that its presentation may appear to be postponed, the new Outlander will really advance into the ring before its genuine opponent does. The new Honda CR-V - which will be the main other seven-situate, oil motor monocoque SUV to coordinate the Outlander's size - will be propelled significantly later in 2018. In any case, it should make for an intriguing match-up
- The variants are full of equipments
There won't be various variations to browse with the Outlander as Mitsubishi will make accessible one completely stacked trim. Hardware, for example, keyless go, auto headlights and wipers, an electric sunroof, electric stopping brake, calfskin seats, double zone atmosphere control, a 6.1-inch touch screen infotainment framework and a 710-watt Rockford Fosgate sound framework comes standard. The India-spec Outlander additionally gets six airbags, slope begin help and dynamic dependability control.
- It will be available only with petrol engine
On the off chance that you were wanting to at long last observe a diesel motor choice on the Outlander, sorry to learn, yet there won't be one - in any event not for now. The main motor on offer will be the attempted and-tried 2.4-liter, four-barrel petroleum that makes 167hp and 222Nm of torque. It's combined to a six-advance CVT (with paddle shifters), and all-wheel-drive is standard.
- Price range
With all the gear that it packs - and the way that it is being dispatched to India as a CBU - it won't come shabby, with a normal cost of Rs 30 lakh (evaluated, ex-showroom). Appointments have been open for some time now, and you can book the Outlander for Rs 5 lakh, with conveyances planned for mid-June