Mitsubishi has confirmed pricing for the new Outlander, which arrives in New Zealand this week.
Early preorders are about to sell out, with the remaining slots open until October 1, 2021. Customers can deposit a fully refundable deposit of $ 500 for an early slot, but if you wait for information on the hybrid plug-in version, you will need to stick it out a bit longer. These deposits open after the combustion slits closed on October 1.
“With the Outlander PHEV materialized as New Zealand’s best-selling PHEV of all time, we are excited to bring the next generation to the growing number of Kiwis who are turning to plug-in hybrid solutions to reduce emissions. their vehicles, ”said Reece Congdon, Mitsubishi New Zealand responsible for marketing and corporate affairs.
“Being number one in this industry puts us in a very strong position to attract a new generation of PHEV customers, encouraged by the Clean Car Discount, which makes us optimistic about another strong use of our online deposit offering. “
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The Outlander PHEV is expected to arrive “early 2022”. As for the Outlanders expected this week, the lineup includes both 2WD and 4WD models in LS, XLS and VRX specifications.
Starting with the entry-level five-seat LS 2WD at $ 41,990, buyers get an impressive array of standard features, including Mitsubishi’s Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) safety suite. and a 9.0-inch infotainment screen with satellite navigation, wireless Apple CarPlay and wired support for Android Auto, shared with the latest Nissan X-Trail.
It looks like the new infotainment screen is standard across the lineup, but lower-performing models have a smaller seven-inch driving instrument display behind the wheel.
If you want seven seats, you’ll have to at least look at the XLS. It increases the specs to include synthetic suede and leather upholstery, heated front seats, 20-inch alloy rims, and larger front and rear disc brakes. Other additional features include wireless smartphone charging, tri-zone climate control and rain-sensing front wipers.
Finally, the top-of-the-line VRX gets black leather upholstery (light gray if you don’t mind adding $ 1,000 to the cost), eight-way power front seats with memory function, panoramic sunroof, tailgate Gesture-controlled, full 12.3- 10.8-inch digital driver display with 10.8-inch head-up display, Bose audio system and additional safety features like a multi-turn monitor with moving object detection.
The full price list is as follows:
- 2WD LS – $ 41,990 + ORC
- 2WD XLS – $ 44,990 + ORC
- 2WD VRX – $ 49,990 + ORC
- 4WD LS – $ 44,990 + ORC
- 4WD XLS – $ 49,990 + ORC
- 4WD VRX – $ 54,990 + ORC