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Mitsubishi Outlander Mid-size Crossover (Compact Crossover/SUV) was first introduced by Mitsubishi Motors in Japan in 2001 under the name Airtrek. In 2006, the second generation of Mitsubishi Airtek was developed under the cooperation of the joint venture of Mitsubishi, Volkswagen and PSA Peugeot Citroën and renamed as Mitsubishi Outlander. In 2013, the 3rd generation of this car was launched and sold until now.
In Vietnam market, Mitsubishi Outlander is a direct competitor to Hyundai Tucson, Mazda CX-5, Honda CR-V and Nissan X-Trail…
Refer to the temporary rolling price of Mitsubishi Outlander cars in November 2022:
List price (million VND)
Temporary rolling price (million VND)
|Hanoi||Ho Chi Minh City||Province/City. other|
2.0 CVT New
– Camera 360 (worth 20 million VND)
– Fuel voucher (worth 25 million VND)
2.0 CVT Premium New
– Camera 360 (worth 20 million VND)
– Fuel voucher (worth 30 million VND)
*Note: The above rolling price is for reference only, the price does not include promotions at the dealer (if any), the price may vary depending on the area and equipment of each vehicle.
Mitsubishi Outlander facelift was launched in our country in February 2020 with many upgrades in technology and amenities. This model has 5 exterior colors including: Red, Black, Brown, Gray and White.
In terms of design, the Mitsubishi Outlander facelift still uses Mitsubishi’s signature Dynamic Shield language. The car has an overall more pompous and sturdier appearance than its predecessor. The exterior of this car is beautiful enough to not be outdone when standing next to rivals Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-5 and Hyundai Tucson.
Mitsubishi Outlander 2021 is sold in Vietnam market with 3 configurations including 2.0 STD, 2.0 CVT and 2.4 CVT 4WD.
The difference is that the new Mitsubishi Outlander has removed the previous 5-seat version and only has a 5 + 2 seat configuration. Previously, the old Mitsubishi Outlander had 2 versions using 2.0 engines with only 5 seats configuration, only the 2.4 version had 7 seats.
Compared to its predecessor, Mitsubishi Outlander 2021 2.0 STD and 2.0 CVT owns more modern amenities and equipment such as reversing camera and DVD – Navi navigation, electric folding / adjustable rearview mirror with integrated turn signal and automatic heating, hands-free phone on the steering wheel. In addition, the 2.0STD version also has a leather-wrapped steering wheel and 18-inch sport alloy wheels.
Mitsubishi Outlander 2021 2.0 CVT and 2.0 CVT Premium have been slightly tweaked by the manufacturer at the front of the car to bring a dynamic, sporty and fresh look. Changes are mainly concentrated in the front bumper and grille. Meanwhile, the 2.0 CVT version retains the same lighting system including fog lights and Halogen front lights, while the 2.0 CVT Premium version has been fully upgraded to LED lights.
2 versions of Mitsubishi Outlander 2021 have outstanding 18-inch 8-spoke alloy wheels. The 2.0 CVT version is equipped with the same darkened rear door glass as the more advanced version.
The standard version of Mitsubishi Outlander 2021 has a 6-way mechanical driver’s seat, without integrated heating mode, and the interior compartment is covered with felt. The 2.0 CVT version does not have gearshift paddles on the steering wheel like the two high-end versions.
Outlander 2.0 CVT and 2.0 CVT Premium 2021 versions are added with a 7-inch touch center entertainment screen, allowing Apple CarPlay, Andorid Auto and Bluetooth / AUX / USB connectivity.
The two-zone independent air-conditioning system on Mitsubishi Outlander is newly upgraded, using high-end knobs, rear-seat air-conditioning vents with the ability to open / close and adjust the direction easily, 2 USB charging ports are additionally equipped. for the following position. Version 2.0 also has 1-touch control electric door glass for all side doors, especially the driver’s seat of the CVT Premium version has been upgraded to 10-way power adjustment, heated seats and added an electric tailgate opening/closing feature.
Mitsubishi Outlander 2.0L engine option for a maximum capacity of 145 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and maximum torque of 196 at 4,200 rpm. Meanwhile, the 2.4L engine produces a maximum capacity of 167 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and maximum torque of 222 Nm at 4,100 rpm.
Both engine options above come with a CVT INVECS II continuously variable transmission with sport mode and paddle shifters on the steering wheel. Version 2.0 uses front-wheel drive, while the 2.4 CVT version is combined with 4-wheel drive.
All configurations of Mitsubishi Outlander are equipped with standard safety features such as an anti-acceleration system, support for hill departure, ASC electronic balance system, ABS safety braking system. , BA, EBD…
Notably, to race technology with Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-5 and Hyundai Tucson, the Mitsubishi Outlander 2.0 CVT version is updated with an electronic handbrake and standard automatic brake hold. The CVT Premium version has 2 new safety features: BMS blind spot warning and RCTA rear cross-traffic alert.
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