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The latest generation of the Mitsubishi Outlander was introduced in 2012, a little over a decade since its first iteration arrived on the scene. As with the other 4WD vehicles offered by this Japanese manufacturer, it has proven to be a reliable and rugged option at the more compact end of the market. Occupying the middle ground somewhere between an estate car and a full SUV, it comes with a range of diesel engines as well as a plug-in hybrid model to help cut emissions and running costs. There are a total of 15 different trim and engine combinations available for the current Outlander range, with the trio of 4Work Commercial models being... Read more
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Mitsubishi Outlander Facts & Figures

The latest generation of the Mitsubishi Outlander was introduced in 2012, a little over a decade since its first iteration arrived on the scene. As with the other 4WD vehicles offered by this Japanese manufacturer, it has proven to be a reliable and rugged option at the more compact end of the market. Occupying the middle ground somewhere between an estate car and a full SUV, it comes with a range of diesel engines as well as a plug-in hybrid model to help cut emissions and running costs.

There are a total of 15 different trim and engine combinations available for the current Outlander range, with the trio of 4Work Commercial models being tailored to specifically cater to the needs of drivers using them for professional purposes. 2.2 litre diesel or 2.0 litre petrol hybrid power plants are on offer, along with a range of in-cabin technology that can enhance the experience of using the vehicle for both drivers and passengers alike.

One of the advantages of the plug-in hybrid model, aside from the convenience of being able to charge it from a number of mains power points, is that regenerative braking is available as standard. This helps convert the energy created when you hit the brakes into power that can charge the battery, allowing the electric motor to be used more frequently and for longer periods before a recharge is required.

Another standard feature is the adjustable automatic speed limiter, which is designed to alert you when you are exceeding specific speed limits on roads. This works particularly well for the purposes of keeping below an average speed limit when such checks are in place, and they are increasingly common on the roads of the UK.

Cruise control, hill-start help and emergency-stop signal systems are included with all of the Mitsubishi Outlander models on the market today. And variants such as the GX3h 4Work come with added extras, including rear parking sensors to help with the manoeuvring of the van in tight spaces.

All of the hybrid models and the higher-spec diesel-powered Outlanders come with automatic head and tail lamps, which will be activated as soon as a built-in sensor detects that ambient lighting levels outside of the vehicle have dipped below a certain point. This is one of the convenient features that also improves safety when driving in the evenings.

Keyless entry is available on many Outlander models, meaning that a driver can simply walk toward a vehicle, jump in and push the engine stop/start button, as long as the key is somewhere on their person. This can make it very efficient for commercial use.

The same can be said of the adaptive 4WD system, which has three distinct settings that can be switched between, depending on requirements. Automatic mode will select the best wheel to receive drive at any time based on the surface conditions, 2WD mode will put all of the power to the front wheels and the full 4WD setting is for when you want maximum torque and traction.

In the rear, the load space measures 1.3 metres across by 1.8 metres high. So while it may not be as capacious as some vans, it is nevertheless a versatile commercial vehicle with lots of modern features, built with Mitsubishi’s respected eye for reliability and ruggedness.
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