Popular Outlander pitched at family market

MITSUBISHI is aiming its Outlander range firmly at the family market.

Everything about this stable, comfortable and economical vehicle is targeted at the modern family unit.

That starts with the test drive vehicle, the entry-level 2WD petrol model, which provides a high level of comfort and safety features, the sort of thing its potential market will look at first.

First, this is a genuine seven-seater, capable of holding seven adults with plenty of room and easy access to the third row.

Conversely it can be easily converted into a cargo carrier — the back two rows of seats go down easier than a Wallabies front row to give a highly-useful 1.6 metres of space when flat.

Your family is encased in a highly-tensile lattice that directs energy away from passengers.

The first line of defence are the multiple systems available to avoid danger, with traction and stability constantly monitored and carefully controlled. Brake force is applied in the most effective way, whatever the vehicle’s attitude or the road surface.

A stiff body and many airbags are there as a last line.

All Outlander models have a reversing camera.

All these features combine to give the vehicle an aura of stability and safety. It rides well and soaks up uneven surfaces for a desirable drive experience.

A state-of-the-art SUV, the Outlander is packed with technology like the smartphone link display system that allows you to plug in an iPhone or Android to play music, send message, and use maps — all from your phone.

The system is voice activated and displayed in the large, bright touch screen in the centre of the dash which is a feature you notice straight away when you switch on.

The driver has control of the audio system, Bluetooth and cruise control from the leather steering wheel. All models feature dual zone climate control and a high-power six-speaker sound system will envelope you with your favourite music.

The two-litre petrol engine provides 112kW of power and 193Nm of torque. The automatic transmission changes smoothly and maintains efficiency through optimum gear ratios.

You can also adjust to your driving style with Eco Mode. Designed to wring every last drop out of the fuel tank, the Outlander uses a miserly 6.8 litres/100kms.

There is a formidable troika behind the Outlander . . . comfort safety and economy, with a ticket price around only $33,000 while the Diamond 10-year warranty is extremely attractive.

A television campaign has brought the attention of buyers to the Outlander range — they will not be disappointed.

MITSUBISHI is aiming its Outlander range firmly at the family market.

Everything about this stable, comfortable and economical vehicle is targeted at the modern family unit.

That starts with the test drive vehicle, the entry-level 2WD petrol model, which provides a high level of comfort and safety features, the sort of thing its potential market will look at first.

First, this is a genuine seven-seater, capable of holding seven adults with plenty of room and easy access to the third row.

Conversely it can be easily converted into a cargo carrier — the back two rows of seats go down easier than a Wallabies front row to give a highly-useful 1.6 metres of space when flat.

Your family is encased in a highly-tensile lattice that directs energy away from passengers.

The first line of defence are the multiple systems available to avoid danger, with traction and stability constantly monitored and carefully controlled. Brake force is applied in the most effective way, whatever the vehicle’s attitude or the road surface.

A stiff body and many airbags are there as a last line.

All Outlander models have a reversing camera.

All these features combine to give the vehicle an aura of stability and safety. It rides well and soaks up uneven surfaces for a desirable drive experience.

A state-of-the-art SUV, the Outlander is packed with technology like the smartphone link display system that allows you to plug in an iPhone or Android to play music, send message, and use maps — all from your phone.

The system is voice activated and displayed in the large, bright touch screen in the centre of the dash which is a feature you notice straight away when you switch on.

The driver has control of the audio system, Bluetooth and cruise control from the leather steering wheel. All models feature dual zone climate control and a high-power six-speaker sound system will envelope you with your favourite music.

The two-litre petrol engine provides 112kW of power and 193Nm of torque. The automatic transmission changes smoothly and maintains efficiency through optimum gear ratios.

You can also adjust to your driving style with Eco Mode. Designed to wring every last drop out of the fuel tank, the Outlander uses a miserly 6.8 litres/100kms.

There is a formidable troika behind the Outlander . . . comfort safety and economy, with a ticket price around only $33,000 while the Diamond 10-year warranty is extremely attractive.

A television campaign has brought the attention of buyers to the Outlander range — they will not be disappointed.

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