Mitsubishi Brings Two New Outlanders in the UK

Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi announced the expansion of its Outlander range in the UK with the addition of two new models, namely the Outlander 2.0 DI-D SE and the Outlander GSE. Both will be offered with a full range of financing offers, from 50 percent deposit with 0 percent APR over 12 months to 10% deposit at 7.9 percent APR over 60 months.

Both models of the Outlander SE are priced at £19,999 and comes as standard with 18-inch alloys, Bluetooth, cruise control, privacy glass, side and curtain airbags and a third row of seats. For an extra £1,500, Mitsubishi will also throw in leather seats and a rear ceiling mounted DVD player.

Both new additions to the range come with Mitsubishi's service intervals of 12,500miles/12 months, 3-year unlimited mileage warranty, 3-year pan European breakdown and recovery service, and 12-year anti-corrosion perforation warranty. Additionally, Mitsubishi offers its Service Plan (MSP), which covers the first 3 years/37,500miles servicing for £295.

In mid June, Mitsubishi released onto the UK market a special edition of the popular Colt, the ClearTec. The car is capable of achieving a fuel consumption rating of 5 liters per 100 km (47 mpg) in combined mode while releasing 119 grams of CO2 per kilometer, a reduction of around 24 g/km compared with the stock model powered by the same engine.

The addition of the two new Outlander models to the UK range comes in response to Mitsubishi's sales performances on the Old Continent in the first half of the year. Although reporting a total global production fall by 55.8 percent, European levels dropped by only 18.1 percent.
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