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.
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.