The Mitsubishi Outlander LS Enhancement Pack adds 18-inch alloy wheels and a full-size alloy spare, along with leather upholstery, heated front seats, a six-way adjustable driver’s seat and Bluetooth connectivity. The cabin also benefits from silver details across the door handles, centre console and rear door trim.
The Enhancement Pack is available on front- and four-wheel drive versions of the base model Outlander LS, and can be ordered with either the five-speed manual or continuously variable transmissions.
Mitsubishi is only quoting driveaway pricing for the Outlander LS 2WD manual, which is available now at $28,990 – a $350 saving over the car’s normal list price, which does not include on-road costs.
Similar savings apply to the 2WD CVT, which normally costs $2500 more than the manual, and both 4WD variants, which are normally $4150 more than their 2WD counterparts.
The all-new third-generation Mitsubishi Outlander will go on sale in Australia by December following its local debut at the Sydney motor show in October. Both petrol and diesel models will be offered from launch before the innovative new plug-in hybrid model completes the range around the second quarter of 2013.