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MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER
New matte surfaces on the exterior of the car have brought the Outlander up-to-date styling wise, while the addition of rear-air con vents is always a welcome addition. Beyond that, the Outlander's cabin delivers plenty in the way of space, practicality and effortless usability.

The 148bhp and 190Nm of torque from a naturally aspirated 2.0-litre delivers modest performance, and with two-wheel drive, the Outlander shines in being a family swallowing, highly practical seven-seater, all for an affordable price.
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Just got my style variant outlander this month and I will it's really Value for Money. Purchase it during Xmas promo per... -  Read More
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Have been driving it for 7 months with 7 persons some times. Pickup is slow but can't complain much for such selling pr... -  Read More
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The Mitsubishi Outlander is a common sight on our roads and it is not hard to guess why. Mitsubishi has constantly made cosmetic changes to the Outlander and the current model sports handsome matte silver trims along with new head lights and redesigned bumpers that give the SUV the much-needed robust image to compete in the crowded segment.

The 2.0-litre engine sports 148bhp and 190Nm of torque, allowing the seven-seater SUV to keep up with the rest of the pack. Additional features such as Auto Stop and Go, along with an Eco mode switch also allow you to save on your fuel bill. The latest two-wheel drive versions also benefit from a lighter steering, allowing you to settle into a more relaxed state-of-mind and take yourself away from the stresses of driving in Singapore.

Those shopping in this segment will also be impressed with the well-built cabin, which features electric seats as well as an electric handbrake for added convenience. Accommodation is generous for seven passengers and there is good headroom and legroom for three Asian adults in the second row, while the ability to slide the second-row fore and aft by up to 250mm allows you to fine-tune legroom between passengers.

591 litres of boot space with the rear seats folded also ensures that the Outlander will easily swallow the whole family's cargo as well.

With a host of added safety features such as Active Stability Control and ABS with Electronic Brake-force Distribution, Mitsubishi's Outlander certainly offers an interesting alternative to the typical family-haulers, dressing its myriad of abilities in a cool and affordable SUV suit to win the segment this year.