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The ads showed it is "$135,999"..........different variant ? or guaranteed coe vs non-guaranteed coe ?

 

Everything is good except the FC.........not so friendly.

 

Promotion at Cycle & Carriage Automotive

Hotline: 6473 9722 / 6746 2000

Experience the all-new Mitsubishi Outlander from $135,999.

Merging solid dependability and spirited performance, the all-new Mitsubishi Outlander 7-seater SUV is born for excitement on the road. Get right into the action with excellent visibility and a commanding driving position, alongside a 2.4L MIVEC engine for ample power on demand. This SUV is engineered with selectable 4-Wheel drive, 6-speed sports mode CVT, super wide range HID headlamps, and is also fully supported with 7 airbags. Stylishly fitted with satin chrome radiator grille, anti-trapping electric sunroof and an electric tailgate, the new Outlander delivers on all fronts - so no one gets left behind.

Outlander:
- Fuel consumption: 7.8L/100km.
- CO2 emission: 186g/km.

Head down to the brand new Mitsubishi showroom to book your test drive today!
Promotion ends on: 23-Oct-2014

 

 

Anybody ordered/driving the new model?

Any feedback?

I was quoted the $140k promotion price with overtrade of my existing ride.

 

 

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140k is too expensive bro.

 

I was there over the weekend. Price given was 136k with overtrade. Ask for the price list. 136k is 9k off listed selling price of 145k.

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Thanks for the feedback.... the listed FC is abt 12km/L, for 7 SUV shld still be reasonable, isn't it?

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Thanks for the feedback.... the listed FC is abt 12km/L, for 7 SUV shld still be reasonable, isn't it?

how can reasonable,

100% expressway maybe 12km/L,

in SG road 7 seat SUV FC can achive 7 to 8km/L is decent,

anyway if you very concern FC, forget SUV

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how can reasonable,

100% expressway maybe 12km/L,

in SG road 7 seat SUV FC can achive 7 to 8km/L is decent,

anyway if you very concern FC, forget SUV

thks for the info..just thinking maybe could be my next car...hehehe .,but since it suck patrol..maybe i consider

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standard SUV FC is ard 7km ~ 8km per L..

i managed to get 8.5km/L from my Sorento GDI...

 

if concerns poor FC then can forget SUV, maybe MPV :)

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Hi all,

 

I am interested on the outlander.

Can I check with anyone here knows if the spare parts of this car is reasonable price?

Or are they more expensive compare to other brands?

 

thank you

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Hi all,

 

I am interested on the outlander.

Can I check with anyone here knows if the spare parts of this car is reasonable price?

Or are they more expensive compare to other brands?

 

thank you

Bro think kia sorento is a better deal ba

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Hi,

I note that SUVs do not have the best FC, but I was wondering if anyone is driving the new outlander (or a previous version) and can advise on the actual FC for Singapore usage.

Thanks.

 

CK

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Hi,

I note that SUVs do not have the best FC, but I was wondering if anyone is driving the new outlander (or a previous version) and can advise on the actual FC for Singapore usage.

Thanks.

 

CK

if you are light right foot with 50:50 urban/highway pattern,

the best FC should be around 7~8km/L

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Hi,

I note that SUVs do not have the best FC, but I was wondering if anyone is driving the new outlander (or a previous version) and can advise on the actual FC for Singapore usage.

Thanks.

 

CK

i owned the previous outlander for 5.5yrs. Avg fc less than 8km/L

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Thanks Quantum and Yeshe.

 

I'm not comparing apples to apples but still, it won't be fun if I change from my 1.6 sedan which is doing 12.5kml to a 7+kml machine. Hmm....

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Thanks Quantum and Yeshe.

 

I'm not comparing apples to apples but still, it won't be fun if I change from my 1.6 sedan which is doing 12.5kml to a 7+kml machine. Hmm....

 

when u want to change from 1.6 to 2.4, everything will be upsized, not just the FC.

i suppose u have not consider the tires cost?

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when u want to change from 1.6 to 2.4, everything will be upsized, not just the FC.

i suppose u have not consider the tires cost?

Exactly, one SUV tire cost abt $400+, can buy 4pcs normal sedan tires

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Thanks Quantum and Yeshe.

 

I'm not comparing apples to apples but still, it won't be fun if I change from my 1.6 sedan which is doing 12.5kml to a 7+kml machine. Hmm....

Bro, like that u better off change to another 1.6L sedan...

a 2.4L SUV u have to pay more not just petrol hor...

 

Road tax is $800++ per 6mths compare to 1.6L less than $500

FC is 8km/L compare to 1.6L 12.5km/L

Tyre is min 18" compare to 1.6L 15'"

Engine oil is 5L compare to 1.6L is less than 4L

 

Bro u have to seriously think over as it is not jus FC u would need to consider if cost is a factor....

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Bro, I saw on papers they are have carnival these 2 days.

Can anyone who visit them these 2 days update what is the actual prices they are selling and what are they giving?

 

Thank you

 

 

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Indeed. Thanks all.

 

I am still tempted to get it though...heh.

Yeah life is short. Buy wat u like. But i still think kia sorento is much better :)

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sorento is better than outlander indeed given the dated design of outlander. but i think outlander is pushing on the lower price. delta is about 10k? i am currently leaning towards Xtrail. have test driven both the sorento and xtrail. sorento is bigger and the 3rd row has more space and xtrail.

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The price is $135,888. Comes with 3 years scheduled servicing. Went to see Outlander and Xtrail this morning. Outlander interior is full of hard plastic. Workmanship is poorer than Xtrail. Can't fathom why Mitsubishi did not include folding mirror in Outlander. For 3rd row seats Outlander edges out Xtrail by a bit. Both are best left for children or people u dislike hehe.

 

Pros compared to Xtrail:

Ventilated front seats

Paddle shifts

Better access to 3rd row seats

Better space for 3rd row

Headlights washers

Cheaper price

 

Cons compared to Xtrail

No rear aircon

Hard plastics

Workmanship not as good as Xtrail

Mirrors can't auto fold

Higher Road tax

Not as smart looking as Xtrail

No 360 degrees cameras

sorento is better than outlander indeed given the dated design of outlander. but i think outlander is pushing on the lower price. delta is about 10k? i am currently leaning towards Xtrail. have test driven both the sorento and xtrail. sorento is bigger and the 3rd row has more space and xtrail.

If given a choice of Sorento, Xtrail and Outlander, i will pick Sorento. Have sat and touched all 3. Sorento best in terms of cabin space and packed with gadgets. Self parking function is cool! But asking price from C&C is a put off. $180k is a turn off. Because of that, decided to keep my moola and wait. Edited by Coolpica
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The price is $135,888. Comes with 3 years scheduled servicing. Went to see Outlander and Xtrail this morning. Outlander interior is full of hard plastic. Workmanship is poorer than Xtrail. Can't fathom why Mitsubishi did not include folding mirror in Outlander. For 3rd row seats Outlander edges out Xtrail by a bit. Both are best left for children or people u dislike hehe.

 

Pros compared to Xtrail:

Ventilated front seats

Paddle shifts

Better access to 3rd row seats

Better space for 3rd row

Headlights washers

Cheaper price

 

Cons compared to Xtrail

No rear aircon

Hard plastics

Workmanship not as good as Xtrail

Mirrors can't auto fold

Higher Road tax

Not as smart looking as Xtrail

No 360 degrees cameras

If given a choice of Sorento, Xtrail and Outlander, i will pick Sorento. Have sat and touched all 3. Sorento best in terms of cabin space and packed with gadgets. Self parking function is cool! But asking price from C&C is a put off. $180k is a turn off. Because of that, decided to keep my moola and wait.

Sorento abt 152k bro

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Sorento abt 152k bro

Bro the price of $180k is for 2015 SX model. Was told by the sales that is the indicative price. $152k is probably the price to clear the 2014 model.

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Bro the price of $180k is for 2015 SX model. Was told by the sales that is the indicative price. $152k is probably the price to clear the 2014 model.

Got 15k discount

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Got 15k discount

Oh thanks for the info.
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