Under the Mitsubishi-Nissan-Renault merger, the next-gen Mitsubishi Outlander 2021 is reported to be developed from the platform of the Nissan Rogue. Accordingly, the Outlander will be made wider and longer than the Eclipse Cross and the Outlander Sport, owning a distinct look in the lineup.
The Outlander is proud to be the first Mitsubishi model that takes great benefits from the alliance, which could draw a new direction from the carmaker. Besides, a new plug-in hybrid version is also reported to join the Outlander 2021’s range.
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The next-gen Mitsubishi Outlander 2021 is reported to be developed from the platform of the Nissan Rogue
The Outlander is proud to be the first Mitsubishi model that takes great benefits from the alliance
Other Mitsubishi models will be also built based on platforms of Nissan in the future. The smaller Mitsubishi Outlander Sport will be made on the alliance platform that the Nissan Versa, Juke and Kicks ride on. The alliance is clearly continuing to place its vision on the SUV and crossover market in the United States which has a massive demand for these types of vehicle.
Now the Outlander will be wider and longer than the rest in the crossover lineup of Mitsubishi
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Know more about Mitsubishi Outlander 2023
The Outlander PHEV 2023 is the latest entry of three-diamond brand Mitsubishi into the Philippines market's crossover segment. It is offered in the local market with one variant only and the Mitsubishi Outlander 2023 price Philippines is Php 2,998,000. Under the hood of the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV lies a naturally aspirated 2.4L inline-4 MIVEC gasoline engine that generates 128 horsepower and 199 Newton-meter of torque. This is paired to a hybrid system, with the electric motors delivering up to 70 hp and 195 Newton-meter of torque. Another powertrain feature is the Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) 4WD System.
Dimensions-wise, the Outlander PHEV is 4,695 mm long, 1,800 mm wide, and 1,710 mm tall. It also gets a ground clearance and wheelbase rated at 190 mm and 2,670 mm, respectively. This Mitsubishi model is almost on a segment of its own as not a lot of compact crossovers in the country such as the Honda CR-V and Subaru Forester utilize a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) system.