Fahamu kuhusu Mitsubishi Outlander

Mitsubishi Outlander is a car in the form of a compact crossover SUV introduced in the Japanese market in 2001 by Mitsubishi Motors known as Mitsubishi Airtrek.

This was the result of the Mitsubishi Motors company deciding to come up with a version that can walk on all roads and in all seasons while using a small amount of fuel and bringing entertainment to users. This version was designed by Olivier Boulay who was also involved in the creation of different car versions in different companies.

Until now Mitsubishi Outlander has four generations and each generation has different versions.

First Generation 2001–2008 (Airtrek)
2003–2006 (Outlander)

The second generation (Second Generation) where it produced versions of the Peugeot 4007
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Production 2006–2012, when the second generation versions entered the market, the first generation versions also continued to be produced for a certain period.

Third Generation
It started in 2012 and until this year 2021, it is in this generation, where the versions of the plug-in hybrid model called Outlander PHEV entered the market and according to the JATO Dynamics company, these versions led the sales 2015-2019 in the European markets. And this is for vehicles with a PHEV system.

Fourth Generation
It started to be produced on February 16, 2021 and I am continuing where very large improvements have been made inside and outside the car, including the Engine improvements.

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Now let’s go to the Engine:
In terms of engines, there are 2.0 L, 2.4 L, 2.5 L and 3.0 L and you can choose between Auto and Manual versions, there are also engines that use Petrol, Diesel (limited versions) and PHEVs that use Petrol and Electricity, in PHEV versions, the user can use any mode he chooses, e.g.

He can use an electric motor while the petrol engine is off, or he can use the motor while the petrol engine is on standby and it lights up when the battery is low or when additional power is needed, the user can also decide to use the petrol engine while the motor is on standby.

and is used where additional power is needed. In terms of transmission, it depends on your choice as there are versions with 2WD and 4WD systems. In terms of fuel consumption for normal engines it is between 7-14 km/L per liter (depending on the version you choose and the size of the engine) and for PHEV versions you can go up to 18.6 KM/L

In terms of space
You will really enjoy the Mitsubishi Outlander because it has 5 doors, 5 or 7 seats, enough cupholders, a large boot space if you put down the 2 back seats and various places to store small things.

In terms of security technologies:
In the latest versions of Mitsubishi Outlander there are 7 SRS airbags, Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Forward Collision Mitigation System (FCM) etc.

Mitsubishi Outlander

In terms of spare parts and specialists:
Its spare parts are available in a few stores and its price is a little high but it is stable. Also, do not dare to use any oil and liquid other than the recommended one, many Mitsubishi Outlander users have reported killing the gearbox by using a different liquid than the recommended one.
On the part of experts, it is better to take your car to a reliable garage considering that this version is not yet widespread in this country.

In terms of price:
You can import a
Mitsubishi Outlander from Japan to Tanzania with a budget starting at 19 million and I continue, the latest versions are very expensive, and you can guess a few old versions for less than 19 million.

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