I never said its over priced Zinam!! But Mitsubishi A.S.S are very few so there will not be much takers for this car!! If i had this money i would not have gone for this car only worry is the A.S.S!! I prefer Fortuner instead!!
A minor change can not really make the car worth it, Even the older face looked equally nice. I’d still call the Outlander to be slightly pricier than rivals but a nice car over-all, HM should re-think on the pricing part so that outlander could grab some market share which will also help Mitsubishi to strengthen the image in India.
Mitsubishi India has facelifted the Outlander giving it the front of the Lancer Evo. Changes include new headlamp cluster, new front grille, reshaped bumper and hood, new roof rails and door mirrors with integrated turn lights. No changes have been made to the rear or to the 2.4-liter engine which develops 167bhp of power and a 23kgm of torque. The engine is mated to a 6-speed CVT gearbox. As usual the company has reduced the price, this time by Rs. 60,000/- to Rs 23.58 lakh (OTR, Mumbai). Mitsubishi should seriously shut shop and head back to its headquarters in Japan.