After the sleek Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Concept S we looked at yesterday, today we’re going to look back a couple years at a regular 2013 Outlander SUV to see how the two stack up. This Japanese car auction find also illustrates how easy it is to find high quality, new models at a competitive price when you use our auction system.
Let’s start things off with a front and back view of this gunmetal gray 2013 Mitsubishi Outlander:
I can tell you right up front that this Japanese car auction find has incredibly high ratings across the board. As you can see above, the exterior is nearly immaculate… You’d need bigger and higher-quality pictures than these to see the three tiny scratches noted on the auction sheet. These photos also prove that while the new PHEV Concept S looks great, the regular Mitsubishi Outlander still has a lot going for it.
Let’s be frank – the 2013 Mitsubishi outlander may not showcase the most groundbreaking design, but it is a solid SUV with plenty of space and sturdy performance. Plus, it still has a number of nice features both inside and out. For example, this 24G model features twin-spoke alloy wheels to boost the SUV’s sports appeal, along with wraparound headlights reminiscent of the upcoming Concept S.
The inside of this Mitsubishi Outlander is in even better shape than the outside and has several cool amenities worth bragging about. Of course, there are the basics like automatic air conditioning, cruise control, and power windows and mirrors. But there are also extra goodies like built-in navigation, push-button ignition, keyless entry, an electric tailgate and even a TV! You’ll also enjoy plush fabric seating with mesh stitching and piano-black accents around the extremely large seven-seat cabin. And if you ever need extra space, just fold down the rear seats to make a DIY cargo hauler.
On top of all that, this Mitsubishi has a ton of cool technologies that aren’t even covered on the auction sheet. For example, this model year marked the introduction of Mitsubishi’s Auto Stop & Go, which is their version of engine stop/start. It also features their e-Assist safety suite, which includes pre-collision braking, lane departure warning and adaptive cruise control.
As far as performance goes, our research indicates that this 2013 Mitsubishi Outlander 24G Navi Package comes stocked with Mitsubishi’s 4J12 engine, which was only available in Japan until 2014. It’s a 2.4L inline four-cylinder 16-valve MIVEC engine that replaces the 4B12 in their lineup with overall cleaner engineering. Although we don’t have a specific number, power should be around 165hp in this model.
If you’d like to learn more about this particular Japanese car auction find, keep reading below the auction sheet for a detailed translation. Otherwise, if you’d like to look at one of the other 75 Mitsubishi Outlanders currently up for auction, signing up is free and easy.
Here’s the translation:
“Grade 5, interior A, first registered September 2013, 24G Navi Package, FAT, AAC, service book, original AWs, power steering, power windows, original TV, original navigation system, airbags, DVD and digital TV, rear view reversing camera, side view cameras, power rear gate, radar cruise control, 7-seater, paddle shift, HID headlights, auto lights, fog lights, smart key, minor scratches on interior trim, minor rust underneath, scratches, marks as per map”leave a response, trackback from your own site