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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The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is the latest entry of the brand into the Philippine market's clean energy crossover. It features a twin electric motor system that provides the vehicle four-wheel-drive. It can send power to the rear and front wheels separately. The Japanese crossover’s electric motor also benefits the vehicle of near-instantaneous torque and zero emissions. Under the hood of the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV lies a naturally aspirated 2.4L gasoline engine that generates 128 horsepower and 199 Newton-meter of torque paired to a hybrid system. The electric motor generates 137 Newton-meter of torque – sufficient energy to keep the eco-friendly SUV going. The vehicle's electric motor and battery pack provide the Japanese crossover an excellent fuel efficiency. Another attractive characteristic of the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is its 5-star NCAP safety rating that will provide users with worry-free driving. The vehicle's additional safety features are forward collision mitigation, adaptive cruise control, automatic high-beam, blind-spot warning, ultrasonic misacceleration mitigation system, and rear cross-traffic alert. Mitsubishi Philippines offers the Outlander PHEV in a single variant. The starting price of the Mitsubishi Outlander 2.4 PHEV is Php 2,998,000 with six different color options to choose from: Ruby Black Pearl, Quartz Brown, Rally Red, Pearl White Alloy, Mercury Grey, and Alloy Silver.
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