Mitsubishi Confirm ABS As Standard On New Diesel Variant Space Star

The latest edition Mitsubishi Space Star range will go on sale to the public (Monday July 1st) with ABS now confirmed as a standard feature on both new diesel variants.

The new Space Star range benefits from the inclusion of Mitsubishi’s Direct Injection Diesel technology for the first time and now has three engine options across the range. Both diesel variants – the Space Star 1.9 DI-D Mirage and the Space Star 1.9 DI-D Equippe – have Anti-Lock Braking (ABS) as standard in addition to alloy wheels, air conditioning and dual airbags.

The Space Star 1.9 DI-D Mirage is now priced at £12,245 on the road, £250 more than the previously published price which was based on a model without ABS – a feature normally valued at £500.

And the price of the top of the range 1.9 DI-D Equippe has now been set at £12,995 on the road – £250 less than the previously published price. The Equippe version also includes a CD player, electric door mirrors, fog lights and side airdams.

The direct injection turbo diesel engine is based on a common-rail system and is designed to improve fuel economy and create a smoother, quieter performance. The engine conforms with European Step III emission regulations and has a low CO2 emission combined rating of 146g/km.

Published 3 July 2002 Melanie Carter

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