Mitsubishi Outlander special-editions

  • New SE and GSE models
  • 20,229 and 21,729
  • On sale now
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Mitsubishi has added two new special-edition models to the Outlander range.

The new 2.0 DI-D SE costs 20,229 - the same as the equivalent Equippe model, but with more kit.

On top of standard Equippe equipment, which includes:
β€’Climate control
β€’Six airbags
β€’Four electric windows
β€’Stability control,

SE trim also adds:
β€’Alloy wheels
β€’Remote stereo controls
β€’Cruise control
β€’Front foglights
β€’Leather gearknob
β€’Leather steering wheel trim
β€’Privacy glass.

At 21,729 the 2.0 DI-D GSE slots in between the SE and the pricier Warrior model. There's a 1500 premium over SE trim, but that adds leather upholstery and a ceiling-mounted DVD player for rear passengers.

Both models use the same 2.0-litre diesel engine that returns an average 40.9mpg and emits 183g/km of CO2.

The special edition models are on sale now, alongside existing Outlander models. Mitsubishi expects that they will prove to be popular additions to the range and hasn't set a date for them to go off-sale.

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