Updated Mitsubishi Outlander revealed

Updated Mitsubishi Outlander revealed

New looks for Mitsubishi Outlander SUV.

Updated Mitsubishi Outlander revealed
Updated Mitsubishi Outlander revealed – the new Mitsubishi Outlander shows off it’s new face.

Mitsubishi has officially taken the covers off the new-look Mitsubishi Outlander SUV ahead of the updated models imminent arrival in Australia.

Mitsubishi Motors Australia say local buyers can get into the refreshed model in just a matter of weeks, though an official arrival date and updated pricing and specification details are yet to be confirmed.

Featuring a new look front and restyled rear, the new Outlander is the first Mitsubishi model to boast the car companies new “Dynamic Shield” design concept, a concept that will be expanded across other vehicles in the Mitsubishi range.

While inside the cabin the updated Mitsubishi Outlander gets a new steering wheel design and new premium grade materials for the seat trim, headliner and interior accents.

Updated Mitsubishi Outlander revealed
Updated Mitsubishi Outlander revealed – rear styling changes for the Outlander.

Underneath, Mitsubishi are promising a more rigid body and improved suspension and steering, an updated version of the CVT auto transmission and better sound-absorption too.

Mitsubishi Motors Australia Executive Director of Marketing Tony Principe excited about the soon to arrive new Outlander.

“Outlander will continue to offer great SUV functionality, terrific fuel economy and low running costs but will now be significantly quieter, more responsive and even more enjoyable to drive, making it a real stand out in the medium SUV class.”

We will keep you updated on information relating to the new Mitsubishi Outlander’s Australian availability etc.

Updated Mitsubishi Outlander revealed
Updated Mitsubishi Outlander revealed – cabin improvements include better sound deadening and improved quality materials.

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Joel Helmes