Friday, 30 March 2012

Mitsubishi Outlander out with a price tag of Rs.20.55 lakh

Japanese giant Mitsubishi Motors, who sell their vehicles in India under collaboration with Hindustan Motors, have launched their latest version of Mitsubishi Outlander in the domestic car market. This formidable SUV car was first launched in the country in year, 2010. The latest version of this SUV has been incorporated with a lot of advanced and best in class features such as a superior music system from Rockford Fosgate, which has a 6-CD changer with a USB port and is of phenomenal 710 watts. Other additional features include paddle shifters, cruise control for comfortable driving and several other keyless functions as stated in a Mitsubishi Outlander review. This SUV is offered in a petrol variant as of now with the diesel engine might coming in later. The design of this car is simply brilliant with a smooth and lustrous body structure complete with a broad radiator grille, which also houses the signature emblem of the company. The head lamp cluster is big and is incorporated with bright lights for better visibility as seen in the Mitsubishi Outlander pictures. The front bumper is fitted with a pair of round fog lamps and the alloy wheels add to the beauty of this muscular SUV.

The company has a lot of expectations on this Mitsubishi's SUV and is expecting it to generate good sales to increase their market share in this lucrative Indian car market. The Mitsubishi Outlander price for the base variant is Rs. 20.55 lakh, which is the ex-showroom price of New Delhi. This 4 cylinders car is fitted with a heavy duty 2.4 liter, 16 valves, petrol engine and a 6-speed manual continuous variable transmission gear box for a comfortable driving experience.

Apart from this, there are several other vehicle launches in the coming month. The elegant sedan Volkswagen Jetta and another SUV Chevrolet Captiva are awaiting their launches. Maruti India will be launching Maruti Ertiga, an MPV and Tata Motors are introducing Tata Safari Storme as well. I recently discussed that Volkswagen is struggling to keep its Great Indian Dream alive and Hyundai i-Gen i20 unwrapped with a price tag of Rs.4.73 lakh.

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