Mitsubishi Motors have announced the arrival of two new variants to their versatile Outlander range; the Mitsubishi Outlander 2.0 DI-D SE and GSE, keeping in line with Mitsubishi Motors UK's benchmark of high level standard specification at aggressive pricing.
Developed with the active family in mind, the Mitsubishi Outlander has distinctive styling and combines estate car versatility, safety orientated all-wheel drive stability and athletic off road dynamics with class leading green credentials.
The Mitsubishi Outlander SE is outstanding value for money with a comprehensive list of specification including; 18" alloys, Bluetooth, cruise control, privacy glass, side & curtain airbags and a third row of seats, to name but a few, for just £19,999. For those who want a little bit more luxury the Mitsubishi Outlander GSE has all of the above, with the addition of leather seats and a rear ceiling mounted DVD player, for a small additional cost of £1,500.
As with the current Outlander range the Mitsubishi Outlander 2.0 DI-D SE and GSE qualify for service intervals of 12,500miles/12 months, 3-year unlimited mileage warranty, 3-year pan European breakdown and recovery service, and 12-year anti-corrosion perforation warranty. Mitsubishi Motors offer their own Mitsubishi Service Plan (MSP) which covers the first 3 years/37,500miles servicing for just £295.
As with the full Mitsubishi Motors range, both cars come with a full range of competitive finance offers available. There is something to suit every pocket from 50% deposit with 0% APR over 12 months to 10% deposit at 7.9% APR over 60 months.
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