The new Outlander comes with a 2.4-litre petrol that puts out 165 bhp and 22.6 kgm. There’s a CVT, 4WD, 7 airbags, ABS and EBD, auto headlamps, and a bunch of other noteworthy features.
As of now Mitsubishi India has 38 customer touch points. The company plans to increase this number to 45 by end of 2018. Target sales number of 250-300 units for 2018-19 fiscal.
Uttam Bose, Managing Director at Mitsubishi India says even though Mitsubishi is now part of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, it will continue to have its own brand identity, product line-up and retail chain.
Mitsubishi India is setting realistic targets for the Outlander this year. Aims to move around 250-300 units this year. As for newer cars, nothing on the horizon for another two years at least.