New 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Quotes

Performance

All specifications of the Mitsubishi Outlander use four-wheel drive as standard and there’s an intriguing mix of powertrains on offer. Non-hybrid versions of the SUV use a 2.2-litre diesel engine which offers enough power to make for an easy drive in low and mid-range. The PHEV hybrid version of the Outlander combines a 2.0-litre petrol engine with an electric motor to deliver strong performance and attractive running costs. To sample the Outlander’s performance yourself, you can book a test drive in the Outlander via this website.

Running Costs

Mitsubishi have made strides in the way of providing SUVs and commercial vehicles which are relatively economical to run. The Outlander when using its diesel engine does a respectable job when it comes to efficiency, returning an official combined fuel economy just above 50mpg. Far greater efficiency is possible when you go for the PHEV plug-in hybrid version of the Outlander. It can not only greatly enhance fuel economy but reduces CO2 emissions from less than 140g/km to well below 50g/km.

Equipment

There are quite a few trim levels to pick in the Mitsubishi Outlander range but what’s good to know is that you get some attractive luxury and safety kit even if you go for the cheapest trim available. The list of kit included with the Outlander includes cruise control, stop-start engine technology, a radio/CD player and automatic rain and dusk sensors. Order a brochure through Askaprice.com to find full details of the specifications.