Outlander Exceed Overview
Mitsubishi Outlander has had a mixed history in its life. Earlier generations were practical, great on dirt roads with a clever 4wd system and had a little something about them. The latest generation was launched some 6-7 years ago to mixed reviews and Mitsubishi has spent the last few years improving the model with little updates along the way, the latest in early 2019.
We have the Outlander AWD Exceed DiD model for a test drive.
Outlander Exceed Exterior
Like a lot of us the Outlander has grown over the years. However that doesn’t mean it has grown fat, quite the opposite, it has kept a fairly lean shape and looks more like a wagon than the upright SUV shape so popular currently. The design is neither stunning nor boring.
2019 model year Outlander is distinguished by a new-look twin-blade front grill in a sweeping style with LED headlights and auto high beam, as well as LED front fog lights and headlamp washers. From the side it portrays a smooth exterior, with sleek heated exterior mirrors with auto fold function.
The rear again is sleek, with a spoiler on the auto opening tailgate. The door opens just enough for taller users. The Exceed runs two tone Alloy 18 x 7.0J rims with 225/55R18 98H tyres and a full size Alloy spare.
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Model Mitsubishi Outlander Exceed AWD
- Model Price $45,790 MLP*
- Engine 2.2L DiD 4 Cylinder
- Drivetrain 6 Sp AT AWD
- Power 110 kW @ 3500 rpm
- Torque 360 Nm @ 1500 – 2750 rpm
- Safety 5 Star ANCAP
- CO2 163 g/km
- Economy ADR 6.2 L/100 km
- Servicing Capped Price
- Tow Rating 2000 kg
- Tow Ball Rating 200 kg
- Warranty 5 Yrs. / Unlimited km Conditional Roadside Assist
*Includes GST and LCT but excluding statutory charges, dealer costs and dealer delivery. See your dealer for RDAP. Does not include price of options.
2019 Mitsubishi Outlander Exceed Review
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