Mitsubishi Motors recently launched the new-generation Outlander in India at Rs 31.95 lakhs (ex-showroom, Mumbai). This SUV is only offered with an automatic transmission and competes against the Toyota Fortuner, Honda CR-V and the Volkswagen Tiguan. These ten pictures point at the ten highlights of the 2018 Outlander. Take a look.
Mitsubishi says that the aerodynamically designed front has helped to reduce the co-efficient of drag by seven per cent.
Like the LED headlamps, the fog lamps are also LED units.
The sliding sunroof is tinted and equipped with an anti-trapping function.
Rain sensing wipers are also standard.
Power comes from a naturally aspirated 2.4-litre four-cylinder petrol mill that churns out 167bhp of peak power and 222Nm of torque.
There's an electronically controlled 4WD to offer traction and stability over bad patches and rough road conditions.
The Mitsubishi Outlander is available in a seven-seat layout with leather seats.
There's a 6.1-inch central display paired to a 2-DIN Rockford sound system with a 710-watt amplifier.
To add to the convenience of owners, the Outlander gets a keyless operation system with push button start.
The SUV is offered with seven airbags, ABS with EBD, BA, ASC and HSA. It also gets Hill start assist (HAS) to prevent rolling back while hill climbing.