The two-wheel-drive diesel variant features the firm’s newly developed 2.2-litre DI-D engine
22 October 2010

Mitsubishi is introducing a cleaner version of its Outlander small SUV.

The two-wheel-drive diesel variant features the firm’s newly developed 2.2-litre DI-D engine, with CO2 emissions of 162g/km; that’s a reduction of 12 per cent over the old 2.2’s figures.

See the official pics of revised Mitsubishi Outlander and Lancer models

The new engine, which is available on all manual transmission vehicles, also offers 175bhp instead of the old motor’s 154bhp, and improved fuel economy.

Prices for the front-drive Outlander start at £22,799, while the highest-spec four-wheel-drive variant costs £29,199.

Read Autocar's road test of the current Mitsubishi Outlander

Mitsubishi has also announced details of its latest iteration of the Lancer, the 2.0-litre DI-D Juro.

Prices start from £14,999 specification includes integrated sat nav with reversing camera, leather seats and iPod socket.

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