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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Mitsubishi Outlander now comes with a kit laden Special Edition, the Keiko.
Mitsubishi Motors in the UK has announced the Mitsubishi Outlander Keiko – a special edition version of its all-wheel drive SUV that significantly enhances convenience, refinement and value.
Available to order now and priced from £27,999, the new special edition is based on the already generously equipped Mitsubishi Outlander 3.
For only £550 more than the Mitsubishi Outlander 3, the Keiko adds leather seats and the feature-laden Mitsubishi Global Navigation (MGN) unit.
The MGN unit supports Apple CarPlay, the smarter, safer way to use your iPhone in the car*1, and also Android AutoTM, which provides voice-controlled operation of Google MapsTM, Google PlayTM music and other apps*2. Key features also include a wide 6.5-inch touchscreen LCD display, DAB radio, TomTom satellite navigation and CD/DVD player.
Other highlights of the Keiko’s impressive standard specification include dual-zone air conditioning, privacy glass, keyless operation with a stop/start button, seven seats with split/folding third row, 18-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, seven airbags, electronic parking brake (auto only) and Brake Auto Hold (auto only).
Power is provided by a technologically advanced, 2.2-litre diesel engine, which is available with automatic and six-speed manual transmissions. The on-demand 4WD system improves stability, traction, fuel economy and emissions. Manual versions return 53.3 mpg on the combined fuel economy cycle with CO2 emissions of 139g/km, while automatic versions are capable of 48.7 mpg and produce 154g/km.
As with all Mitsubishi Outlander diesel variants, the Keiko is backed by a five-year, 62,500-mile warranty. For an additional £700, customers can purchase the Mitsubishi Service Plan, which covers scheduled maintenance for the first three years.