The next 2013 Mitsubishi Outlander will be out there in Russia in summer, in Europe (late summer), and then the rest of the world’s markets (Japan, China and North America). ‘
2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Preview
It’s the fourth model that Mitsubishi offered below that name. The first hit the market in 2003, the second in 2007 and the third is still on sale in 2009.
It has off-road body (currently no data on their size) and isn’t intended to overcome great obstacles off the road. It has three rows of seats, a total of seven seats.
2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Features
You can select front-or all-wheel drive. A least at launch there will be two engines, one petrol 2.0 liter (“MIVEC“) and a 2.2-liter Diesel (“Clean Diesel MIVEC“). This diesel engine may very nicely be linked with that of 177 horses that currently has the Outlander, which is characterized by having variable valve timing (very unusual for a diesel engine).
No more data on the engines, except the lower power version can have a carbon dioxide emissions below 130 grams per 100 kilometers (ie, lower than 5.0 liters per a hundred kilometers, in the case of the Diesel version).
Some versions will automatically start and stop the engine during the arrests. Another measure to help achieve low fuel consumption is the system that “informs the driving force in case you are driving with maximum efficiency.”
From 2013 there will most likely be a plug-in hybrid version with 4-wheel drive.
The new 2013 Mitsubishi Outlander may have items of equipment that are not out there within the model continues to be sold as alert involuntary change lanes, active cruise control, a system which the manufacturer calls “FWD”, which detects obstacles in front of the car and can act on the brakes to keep away from a collision, dual zone climate control and turn steering wheel (one of the major shortcomings of previous models).
2013 Mitsubishi Outlander