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Mitsubishi Outlander VRX V6 (2012)
Mitsubishi revealed its new Outlander at the Geneva Motor Show. With the current generation in its sunset years, Mitsubishi is trying to boost buyer appeal with safety and styling upgrades for current year Outlanders.
This includes availability of reversing camera and park sensors on all variants. NVH levels have been improved too.
The top spec VRX tested now gets seven seats as standard, but this unfortunately means a spacesaver spare is fitted. Third row seats fold neatly into the floor, but are basic, lack adequate padding and will only suit youngsters.
The refined 3.0-litre V6 responds strongly, but torque steer can intrude at times. Decent interior space enhances Outlander’s appeal too.
Seven seats, equipment levels, space
Torque steer, can be thirsty
Climate control, Rockford-Fosgate premium audio, navigation, multi-communication system, Bluetooth, 18” alloys, leather trim, sunroof, smart key system, rain-sensing wipers, paddle shifters, adaptive xenon headlamps, rear entertainment system, third-row seats, S-AWC constant 4WD system, sports steering wheel
DFSCA airbags, ABS, EBD, BE, TC, ESC, reversing camera and park sensors
||Outlander VRX V6
||SUV Over $40,000
|Price when new
|Current price range
$ - $
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||3.0-litre, petrol V6
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