Mitsubishi CUV (2011)[Reviews]

At the 2010 New York International Auto Show, Mitsubishi Motors has expanded the range of the Outlander family with the launch of an all-new crossover utility (CUV). Designed from the ground with a striking design and rigid, lightweight body, stylish crossover combines fuel economy with premium performance and stylish features. Use light, Dent resistant plastic body wing, regenerative braking and an increase in first-class aerodynamics, engineers have made fuel economy of 31mpg highway estimated large. Promotion of the list of new crossover additional service standard technologies such as Active Stability Control (ASC), the Hill Start Assist (HSA), electric power steering (EPS), a comprehensive seven airbags safety system, and an advanced high contrast LCD display panel.

 Active buyers and fashion will also appreciate the available LED accent panoramic glass roof, nine-speaker 710W Rockford Fosgate audio system, hands-free system link and fuse.

Two court offered in the U.S. market in 2010: the school budget conscious with a 5-speed manual transmission as standard or high SE end, with a standard 6-speed CVT Sportronic magnesium alloy paddle. In all models is a fuel efficient 148hp MIVEC-equipped 2.0-liter four-cylinder. A CVT is available in ES trim and electronically controlled All Wheel Control (AWC) is available on SE models.

BOLD design firm

One of the key concepts for the new Mitsubishi CUV(2011)[Reviews] is a remarkable new design language known as "compact growth", which gives a functional on-line, using the aerodynamics of adequate flow to maximize the visual impact and fuel economy. With Mitsubishi to "Jet Fighter" grille characteristic, clean lines and refreshing the body are both moving and high quality. By merging the driving position of the Outlander SUV and great power design with power in a small package, the designers created an advanced entry-level CUV to suit a wide range of lifestyles.

The new Mitsubishi CUV(2011)[Reviews] also smooth refined aerodynamics and a class leading drag coefficient of 0.33, hit the Mazda CX7 (0.34), Hyundai Tucson (0.37), and Subaru Forester (0.38). Specific measures were taken during the design process, resulting in a wind tunnel tested before, the sides and slightly curved sloping roof. With a low drag coefficient, the shape of the car sliding able to cleave the air with less effort, increasing fuel economy and acceleration.

A wide range of eight body colors are available, including new exterior paint options Grey Blue Mercury and Laguna. ES trim standard features high-strength, lightweight 16-in. wheels, available in steel or aluminum. For those seeking an even sportier look, includes models SE alloy wheels of 18 inches and fog lamps with chrome edges. Owners can customize the exterior with a wide range of optional accessories including a Sport package out with a fuel filler flap alloy, tailgate spoiler, front skid plate, top with rear diffuser and front corner extensions.

CUV accentuating the exterior of the treatment, and the features are in addition to the rear combination LED tail lights on both models and a range of Super High Intensity discharge (HID-S), the headlights of the SE models. 35% brighter than standard HID headlights, and a wide beam, the S-HID headlights provide better visibility and driving safety on dark streets.

The size of the smart packaging

In essence, the Outlander is "little brother", the entry-level crossover Outlander combines impressive family in the real world capacity with a smaller, more manageable package urban. Designed to fit a wide variety of active lifestyle vehicle is equipped with easy entry, exit and the turning circle of a smaller vehicle, but also the increased volume and Sightline inside a CUV. Seeking to create a new dynamic form without compromising on interior space, the designers came up with a spacious five-passenger body is 14.6 inches shorter than the Outlander. Compared to the car Lancer, Mitsubishi CUV(2011)[Reviews] new visual reference which is almost five inches higher.

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