The unwavering confidence of the Mitsubishi Outlander gives it considerable appeal for any SUV aficionado. The vehicle is available through the Motability Scheme, bringing disabled road users more convenience and efficiency in a tough, reliable package. To find out how affordable the Outlander could be on the scheme, please get in touch today.
A dominant stance is created by the larger body shape of the Outlander and the 19cm ground clearance. It can also handle approach and departure inclines of up to 21 degrees. The 16-inch steel wheels on the entry-level model are replaced by 18-inch alloys on all other versions. Lower sections of the front and rear bumpers have a black finish and incorporate silver skid plates to protect the underside.
Your visibility on the road is always high – both for seeing obstacles and other road users and to let other drivers see you. This is thanks to the LED daytime running lights, rear fog light, high-mounted third brake light and auto-levelling headlights fitted as standard.
At night, the illuminated ignition keyhole makes it simpler to start your journey. Attention to detail on the inside of the vehicle creates the premium atmosphere of a more expensive model. Cup holders, storage pockets and other convenient features surround all three rows of seating, with full interior lighting to help you locate items.
It is possible to expand the load space to more than 1,700 litres by folding down the front passenger seat and the entire second and third rows. The first and second row seating can also slide and recline to make passengers more comfortable.
Take your pick from the GX1 4WORK, GX2, GX3 and GX4 equipment levels offered for the Outlander. GX3 and GX4 bring Bluetooth® connectivity to the cabin, and all models give you the advantages of dual-zone air conditioning and cruise control. At the top end of the range, you have access to a satellite navigation system presented on a seven-inch HD touchscreen.
Standard safety equipment in the model ensures it claims a five-star Euro NCAP rating. The brake override system supports you if you slow down by accident. A unique function is the Mitsubishi Active Stability and Traction Control (M-ASTC) system, developed by the manufacturer to create road-hugging grip and balance.
The 2.2-litre diesel engine that capably powers the Outlander produces 147bhp and 380Nm of torque. Four-wheel drive is standard across the range, activated with a one-touch button, and Mitsubishi also gives you the choice between a manual or automatic gearbox.
Enjoy the efficiency of a diesel-powered vehicle with the assured running of an SUV. As much as 53.3mpg combined is achievable by manual models. Every Outlander can pull a maximum of two tonnes of braked weight, more than enough for trailers, caravans and other large equipment.
At Birchwood Mitsubishi, we support drivers in Eastbourne and the surrounding areas by helping them apply for the Motability Scheme. Find out if the Mitsubishi Outlander is right for you by booking a test drive with us today. Enquire online at any time, and call or visit us when the dealership is open.