Outlander connects

with Keiko

Mitsubishi Outlander Keiko, 2017
Mitsubishi Outlander Keiko, 2017, Mitsubishi Global Navigation unit, display screen

MITSUBISHI has announced a special edition version of its all-wheel-drive Outlander SUV which is priced from £27,999 and comes with extra kit.

Named the Outlander Keiko, the new special edition is based on the Outlander 3 model and costs £500 more.

The Keiko has leather seats and also has the Mitsubishi Global Navigation (MGN) unit which supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to provide voice-controlled operation of Google Maps, Google Play and other apps.

Key features also include a wide 6.5-inch touchscreen LCD display, DAB radio, TomTom satellite navigation and a CD/DVD player.

Other highlights of the Keiko's standard specification are dual-zone air conditioning, privacy glass, keyless operation with a stop/start button, seven seats with a split/folding third row, 18-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, seven airbags and on automatic models an electronic parking brake and auto brake hold.

Power for the Keiko comes from Mitsubishi's 2.2-litre diesel engine, available with automatic and six-speed manual transmissions.

With an on-demand 4x4 system Mitsubishi claims the manual Outlander Keiko return 53.3mpg on the combined fuel economy cycle with CO2 emissions of 139g/km. Automatic versions are rated at 48.7mpg and 154g/km.

As with all Mitsubishi Outlander diesel variants, the Keiko has a five-year, 62,500-mile warranty with a three year service plan available for an extra £700.

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