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Mitsubishi introduces more refined 19MY Outlander range

Mitsubishi has given its popular Outlander range another update for the 2019 model year, with new look front and rear design, improved aerodynamics, rear air vents, improved suspension and steering and a new power window function.

The 2019 model year Outlander is distinguished by a new-look twin-blade grille, front bumper and rear bumper design combined with a new 18-inch alloy wheel design.

On LS and Exceed models, a rear spoiler provides improved aerodynamics which in combination with the new front and rear bumper design also reduces wind noise.

Inside, the front seats have been revised to increase side support and incorporate new seat trims.
On CVT and automatic equipped models, rear seat passengers have improved ventilation with rear seat vents in the centre console plus a powered USB input.

Adjustable speed limiting with steering wheel controls, illuminated window control switches and one-touch power window operation from the driver’s door for all windows are standard across the 2019 Outlander range.

All models now adopt a quick ratio steering configuration to improve responsiveness and steering feel while larger diameter front struts and rear shock absorbers improve ride comfort and body control. To further enhance the dynamic performance new structural bonding has increased rigidity while changes to exhaust manifold catalytic converter has also reduced engine noise.

The 2019 Outlander range is now available at Mitsubishi dealers.

2019 Outlander Range Pricing (excluding on-road costs)

ModelDrivetrainEngineSeatsRRP
ES MAN2WD2.0-litre petrol5$29,290
ES CVT2WD2.4-litre petrol7$31,290
ES EDAS CVT2WD2.4-litre petrol5$32,790
ES CVTAWD2.4-litre petrol7$33,790
ES EDAS CVTAWD2.4-litre petrol5$35,290
LS CVT2WD2.4-litre petrol7$33,790
LS CVTAWD2.4-litre petrol7$36,290
LS ATAWD2.2-litre diesel7$39,790
Exceed CVTAWD2.4-litre petrol7$42,290
Exceed ATAWD2.2-litre diesel7$45,790

New for Model Year 2019:

  • New-design 18-inch alloy wheels
  • New front bumper, fog lamp surround, grille with black mesh inserts and silver garnish
  • New rear bumper design
  • Rear seat air vents in centre console (CVT and AT models)
  • Electric park brake (CVT and AT models)
  • Adjustable speed limiter
  • One-touch power window operation on all windows from driver’s side controls
  • Illuminated power window switches
  • New seat cushion design
  • 4-way power seat adjustment (LS)
  • Leather-look seat and door trim inserts (LS)
  • Updated  trims (LS and Exceed)
  • Rear spoiler (LS, Exceed)

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