2011 MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER SPORT IN U.S
2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport introduced at New York Auto Show. Now, it will be available in US with two models, the 2WD ES model and the 4WD SE model.
A variety of attractive offers to consumers other than eye-catching appearance also Outlander offers enthusiast drivers will welcome the opportunity to choose between an available Sportronic ® continuously variable transmission (CVT) with magnesium-alloy steering column mounted paddle shifters or a smooth-shifting 5-speed manual transmission.
The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is available in the U.S. with a 2WD drivetrain (ES model) or in either 2WD or with a driver-selected, electronically-controlled 4WD system (SE model) that is identical to that found in its slightly larger sibling, the Mitsubishi Outlander. And while the 2WD ES model is available with either a 5-speed manual or the Sportronic ® continuously variable transmission (CVT), the 2WD/4WD SE versions come equipped exclusively with the high-tech continuously variable unit.
2010 MITSUBISHI LANCER EVOLUTION SE
The new Lancer Evolution SE makes use of a small, less conspicuous lip spoiler. Other highlights include brightly illuminating HID headlights and a choice of four colors Graphite Gray, Wicked White, Phantom Black and Octane Blue.
In the interior’s cloth RECARO seats and exclusive “SE” badging round out the Lancer Evolution SE’s unique packaging, one that provides a very high degree of speed and agility in a visually more discreet. A hands-free Bluetooth cell phone interface system is now standard as well as an MP3 auxiliary input jack for all models, while available User technologies include a Rockford Fosgate audio and navigation system with music server. The next-generation 2010 model offers new premium features and user technology options for a more refined driving experience.
It showcases the latest performance and handling technology, including an all-aluminum 291-hp 2.0-liter turbocharged and intercooled engine and the Super-All Wheel Control (S-AWC) dynamic handling system. S-AWC regulates the drive torque at each wheel by controlling a network of advanced dynamic handling technologies including Active Center Differential (ACD) 4-wheel-drive, Active Yaw Control (AYC) rear differential, Active Stability Control (ASC) and sport ABS brakes. A helical gear-type limited-slip front differential is used.