The new Outlander is more advanced, more spacious, more economical and better equipped than previous generations. It's also extremely fuel-efficient, delivering up to 58.9MPG, has the lowest emissions in its class and Band 'B' road tax.
Available in a five-seater, two-wheel drive or seven-seater, four-wheel drive manual and automatic, the all-new Outlander offers the best of all worlds – stunning design, incredible economy and over 40 safety, comfort and styling features as standard.
Prices for the new Outlander start at €34,950 for the 2WD/five-seater and rise through €36,950 for the seven-seater, with the automatic seven-seat version the range topper at €39,950.
Mitsubishi tells us that: "The Outlander is a unique blend of standout styling, superb versatility and immense economy. It can seat up to seven for the school run, or swallow a couple of mountain bikes whole, yet its footprint is smaller than that of most family estates."
The New Generation Outlander follows a clear design brief where, in true Mitsubishi fashion, key directions were for an 'engineer's car' that blends a substantial look with clean surfaces.
Understated yet assertive, Outlander's exterior design is further enhanced by a slim front aerodynamic grille with stylish chromed strips, framed by sculptured wrap-around headlamps.
This same uncluttered quality look continues inside with high-grade materials gracing a dashboard designed for better driver concentration, including ergonomic steering wheel controls as well as high-resolution and easy-to-read instrument displays.
The arrival of the new Outlander will herald the start of a new generation of global products for Mitsubishi Motors, with 'Global Small', Mitsubishi Motors' all-new offering in the B-segment, arriving in Ireland in early 2013, followed by a plug-in hybrid version of the Outlander.