Wed, 07 December 2022
The Mitsubishi Outlander has been a market staple for nearly two decades, with over 2.6 million units sold globally since 2001. Living up to the Outlander legacy, the 2023 seven-seater model which is available in nine colours has recorded soaring sales since its September launch in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Available in 2WD and 4WD options, the Outlander’s sturdy 2.5L gasoline engine produces an improved maximum power of 181/6,000 hp/rpm, providing powerful and agile acceleration. Its sophisticated interior promises sanctuary for the whole family. Seats can be flexibly arranged to suit the number of passengers and accommodate their luggage through sliding and reclining functions, as well as a 4:2:4 split division in the second-row seats. Features include seat heaters, three-zone automatic climate control, and rear door sunshades.
In an innovational debut, the Outlander comes with a windshield-type 10.8-inch Head-Up Display (HUD) that projects critical driving information in full colour. The Outlander is equipped with a host of advanced safety features including Forward Collision Mitigation System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning and Blind Spot Warning. Mitsubishi Connect also allows the driver to request aid from a call center with the press of a button in the case of an accident or a sudden breakdown.