Mitsubishi Outlander (2007–2012)
- March 2007: New Mitsubishi Outlander launched
- January 2008: Production transferred to Holland
- March 2008: SST transmission added
- April 2010: Outlander facelifted
- October 2010
New Mitsubishi Outlander launched
Second generation '5+2' seater Outlander sharing L200 Triton look and using same 140PS VAG 2.0 diesel engine as Grandis. On sale in the UK 1st March 2007. Combined estate car versatility, rugged off-road styling, safety-oriented all-wheel drive ability, Priced from £19,449 to £24,749. Powered initially by a 138bhp VW 2.0-litre turbo diesel engine, with a 154bhp/380Nm PSA 2.2 turbo diesel and 168bhp Mitsubishi 2.4-litre petrol engine from end of 2007.
One-step fold-and-tumble second row seats. Innovative ‘Hide and Seat’ third row of seats for occasional 5+2 seating. Familiar Equippe, Warrior and Elegance line-up that combined high specification with wallet-friendly pricing. Anticipated 5,600 sales in first 12 months. Body and basic structure shared with Citroen and Peugeot.
Production transferred to Holland
In order to keep up with the strong demand for Outlander in Europe and new Lancer worldwide, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation decided to transfer production of the Outlander (for European markets) to its regional production hub (Netherlands Car B.V. [NedCar], Born, the Netherlands) during 2008.
The company originally built Outlanders at its Nagoya Plant in Okazaki, Aichi Prefecture and the new 4007 and C-Crosser SUVs for PSA Peugeot Citroën at its Mizushima Plant in Kurashiki, Okayama Prefecture. As production of the Europe-market Outlander shifts from Nagoya to NedCar, production of the new SUVs supplied to PSA Peugeot Citroën will be transferred from Mitsubishi Motors' Mizushima Plant to its Nagoya Plant.
SST transmission added
Mitsubishi’s twin-clutch Sports Shift Transmission (SST) offered in Outlander from Spring 2008. Benefits include: quick shifting versus normal manual transmissions, almost no power loss when shifting versus traditional automatic transmissions, lower fuel consumption and emissions versus automatics due to the inherent efficiency of the system’s gear changes. UK models came complete with paddle shifters, dual mode (Normal/Sport) and Hill Start Assist functions.
With similar front to Lancer and Colt. New features include a twin-clutch Sports Shift Transmission SST (also found on Lancer Evolution and Lancer Ralliart models).
The first derivative of the new range was a Special Edition variant, the “Juro” available at Mitsubishi dealers from 1 July 2007, the rest of the range from October 2007.
Facelifted Outlander featured the following product enhancements:
New Exterior Appearance Features:
- Distinctive ‘Jet-Fighter’ grille gives Outlander the family face of Mitsubishi – in line with Lancer Evolution, Lancer and Colt
- New front skid plate
- New side sill garnish – black material with chrome accent
- New colour keyed door mirror with side turn lamp
- New chrome bezels for front fog lamps
The interior passenger environment is dramatically enhanced with the introduction of faux leather and contrasting stitching on the dashboard and door panels. Furthermore, a new high contrast colour LCD instrument meter display gives a higher quality feel than the current display.
The SST ‘auto’ transmission (except Equippe) uses two clutches, one to engage the gear in use the other to pre-select the next gear required, which ensures that the gear change takes place instantaneously. This innovative technology saves on CO 2 emissions and massively reduces power loss through the range. With no torque converter, this 6-speed TC-SST gearbox is more efficient than a normal automatic.
Hill start assist automatically holds the brakes for about 2 seconds to prevent the vehicle from slipping backwards on steep slopes.
Electric Time and Alarm Control System (ETACS) controls the functionality of all electronic devices on board
The ESS system automatically detects severe braking to engage the hazard warning lights and also increase braking efficiency. This is just one of the innovative technologies incorporated into the Outlander range to give it its Euro NCAP
Based on Warrior specification (without front resin guard and chrome items) the Juro offers a comprehensive specification including:
- 2.2 diesel engine
- Choice of manual or SST auto transmissions
- Leather seats as standard
- New design 18" alloy wheels
- Privacy glass
- Metallic paint as standard
Juro available in Tanzanite Blue (metallic), Amethyst Black (metallic), Cool Silver (metallic)
Outlander Juro list price, including free metallic paint (excluding VED and FRF):
- Outlander 2.2 DI-D Juro Manual £25,999 List Price
- Outlander 2.2 DI-D Juro SST £27,199 List Price
Mitsubishi Motors UK announced details of its 2011 Outlander range with significant changes, including the introduction of an all-new 175PS 2,268cc Mitsubishi-developed 2.2 chain cam Di-D engine on all manual transmission vehicles. Also Mitsubishi introduced a 2WD diesel Outlander variant to the UK market to further underline its pursuit of lower CO 2 emissions under its “Intelligent Motion” environmental sub-brand. The new 2.2 chain cam Di-D M/T Mitsubishi Outlander engine is combined with a 6-speed manual gear box, and available in 2 or 4 wheel drive options. It offers:
- 14% increase in power from 154PS to 175PS on the manual transmissions
- Torqueremains 380Nm at 2,000rpm
- 12 % reduction in CO 2 on manual transmission variants
- Low 162 g/km CO 2 on the new 2WD Outlander diesel
- Fuel consumption improvements for all engines,
- Improvements in VED bands for all engines, with the range now starting at Band G
Performance details for all engines are listed below.
2.2 DI-D MT 2WD
|GX1 & GX 2
2.2 DI-D MT 4WD
|GX3 & GX 4
2.2 DI-D MT 4WD
|GX3 & GX 4
2.2 DI-D SST 4WD
|First Year Rate VED||£155||£155||£250||£425|
Product Line Up and Specification
11MY range available with two engines: 2,268cc Di-D M/T Mitsubishi chain cam unit on the GX3 M/T variant and a 2,179cc Di-D SST PSA belt cam unit with the A/T versions. The 2WD variant will be available with GX3 M/T trim only.
|Manual 2.2 Di-D||SST 2.2 Di-D|
|GX 1 - 4WD – 4Work (Commercial Vehicle)|
|GX 2 - 4WD|
|Juro - 4WD|
|GX 3 - 2WD (Leather option available)|
|GX 3 - 4WD (Leather option available)|
|GX 4 - 4WD|
Key product highlights include:
GX1 and GX2
- 4Work commercial conversion (GX1 only)
- 16’’ steel wheels
- Climate control
- Front electric windows
- Factory fit Alarm
- Radio/CD with MP3 player
- Hill start assist
- ColourLCD centre instrument panel
- 18’’ alloy wheels
- Bluetooth (including USB connection), and steering wheel audio remote controls
- Black roof rails
- Front fogs
- Leather seat option is available on all GX3 variants at and additional £1,200 (inc VAT)
- Manual or SST variants available
- There is no front resin guard on this derivative
- Rockford Fosgate integrated SatNav / Music server
- Reversing camera
- Leather heated seats
- 18’’ premium alloy wheels
- Bi-Xenon HID headlights with AFS (Adaptive front lighting system)
- Electric Sunroof
- Privacy glass
- Manual or SST variants available
Colours & Interior trim
The 11MY Outlander range available in the following exterior colours:
- Polar White (Solid)
- Cool Silver (Metallic)
- Stone Grey (Pearlescent)
- Tanzanite Blue (Pearlescent)
- Orient Red (Metallic)
- Amethyst Black (Pearlescent)
Metallic and pearlescent paint £450 (inc. VAT) surcharge.
|Outlander GX2 2.2 DI-D 4WD||£21,549|
|Outlander GX3 2.2 DI-D 2WD||£22,799|
|Outlander GX3 2.2 DI-D 4WD||£24,299|
|Outlander GX3 2.2 DI-D 4WD SST||£25,499|
|Outlander Juro 2.2 DI-D 4WD||£25,999|
|Outlander Juro 2.2 DI-D SST||£27,199|
|Outlander GX4 2.2 DI-D 4WD||£27,999|
|Outlander GX4 2.2 DI-D 4WD SST||£29,199|