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MASSILIA MOTORS UNVEILS NEW MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER

Massilia Motors has unveiled the Mitsubishi Outlander to the Nigerian market.

The 2023 edition of Mitsubishi Outlander was unveiled at an event which took place in the Mitsubishi Motors showroom in Lagos.

The Sales General Manager of Massilia Motors, Mr Olatunji Itiola, said, “At Massilia Motors, our commitment is to meet customers’ mobility expectations.We are excited to introduce this Mitsubishi flagship, which embodies pure Japanese craftsmanship, to the Nigerian market, and we trust that the all-improved Mitsubishi Outlander will provide all the comfort, safety and driving pleasure needed for our customers to drive their ambitions.”

Some features of the new vehicle are adjustable side mirrors, power seats, a radio with MP3, Bluetooth and smartphone display audio, the booth kick motion technology, among others.

The mid-size SUV, according to Massilia Motors, comes in two variants: the H-Line and the P-Line, both which have a 20-inch wheel and deliver incredible performance on demand.

With the new Mitsubishi dynamic front shield, a distinctive and robust design, and a rear sculpted hexagon inspired by the Pajero back gate, the new Outlander is considered a real beauty to behold.

“This is complemented by an upper-class interior cabin that provides high noise and vibration isolation, as well as improved seating and comfort.

“Its 2.5-litre, 4-cylinder petrol engine delivers enhanced horsepower and torque distribution to give you seamless acceleration, while state-of-the-art S-AWC technology comes with six available drive modes: Eco, Normal, Tarmac, Gravel, Snow, and Mud,” Itiola remarked.

According to him, this allows users to confidently move around in their new Mitsubishi Outlander regardless of the terrain, on and off road, city or countryside.

“In building the all-new Outlander, so many considerations have been put in place, such as parking sensors for the front and rear, an electric parking brake, and ventilated disks for the front and rear brakes,” he added.

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