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by Matt Brogan

Here are the very first spy-shots of an all-new Mitsubishi Crossover, likely to hit showrooms early 2011.

What our spies shot in Switzerland today looks very much like a shrunk Qashqai-like Crossover – a class of cars that’s very popular nowadays and might replace the thirsty SUVs within the coming few years.

Nissan’s Qashqai is the makes top-seller at present – and it looks like Mitsubishi is hard working on a model that’s to mimic Nissan’s success.

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Though still smaller than Nissan’s counterpart, the new Mitsubishi Crossover is longer and wider than the Colt, however we’re not sure whether it got taller, too.

Equipped with front-wheel-drive in standard trim, AWD might be an option.

We assume the new Crossover will receive a whole range of new engines with outputs ranging from 67 to 126kW.

Lancer’s 104kW 2.0-litre DI-D (diesel) unit may also find its way into the new Crossover and we wouldn’t be surprised to see a hybrid being part of the line-up, too.




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