has introduced the new Mitsubishi Outlander 2016 in the Hall of New York. The Japanese strongly renews his SUV in American shows for imminent arrival at dealerships. Under the new look there are also changes having achieved, as the brand itself, a car more refined and comfortable .
Aesthetically is where most changes are obvious. The front has been completely redesigned to make way for a new far more immersive and more chrome grill surface, while debuts some new headlights with LED daytime lighting. Based his design on some of the latest prototypes of the mark as identifying label brand from now.
Behind the changes are less obvious and focus on some new pilots with a provision of differentiated lights, a new chrome strip that joins or a new bumper. Further, premieres protectors in the lower door and new catalog of tires .
Inside hardly any changes in the Mitsubishi Outlander 2016. In light. Debuts new steering wheel and new moldings and finishes for upholstery. However, Mitsubishi says it has improved the quality based best materials and topped best finish. It also ensures that he has worked in the soundproofing adding new insulation material.
As for engines, the United States is offered with two mechanical, for 2.4 166 horses and 3.0 V6 of 224 horses both gasoline. You can associate the first, a new CVT which promises more smoothness and performance. Even without the European range in hand, we may see an update of mechanical diesel in Europe.
Mitsubishi below tells us that what we see there has been a chassis adjustment improve its rigidity . This brand has achieved, they say, a more comfortable car that transmits less vibration and, in turn, provides greater poise on the road.
His arrival to the US market is expected to this summer . Maybe in Europe have to wait a few months until after the summer to have it in showrooms. Price wise, expect to see the range to hit Spain.
Source – Mitsubishi
From 30,900 euro
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