The Mitsubishi RVR 2017 is an extension SUV of the vehicles that are conveyed by the Japanese automaker, Mitsubishi Motors. Having been in operation since the year 1991, they are considered to be among the largest vehicle manufacturers in the industry. Expected to be released in the next few months, the Mitsubishi RVR 2017 is expected to be in a class of its own. The vehicle not only has a luxurious interior, but it also comes with a very powerful engine. Major upgrades will be made to the existing version as a way of making sure that the vehicle delivers the required performance, and comfort to the driver.
Mitsubishi RVR 2017 – Exterior and Interior
The hybrid version comes with 18-inch stand alone alloy wheels, all season tires, a temporary spare tire that can be used in the event that one gets a puncture, and the p225/55FR18 tires. For the doors, you will find that there are two main kinds of windows; the fixed liftgate window, and the rear liftgate window. It is also important to note that the front glass comes with variable intermittent wipers.
To guarantee that driving is not affected, a defogger has been installed in the rear glass. Privacy has been enhanced through the inclusion of a privacy glass. Being a hybrid, safety has not been taken for granted. The Mitsubishi RVR 2017 comes with various airbags. They have been mounted at the front as well as on the sides.
Motorists will have the option of choosing the kind of packages that they would like to have in their vehicles. The package available will include; entertainment, navigation, cargo tray, interior package, and cargo mat packages. A towing package is also available as part of the mechanical options.
Mitsubishi RVR 2017 – Engine and Performance
Known as the fourth generation Mitsubishi, the Mitsubishi RVR 2017 will be modeled after the highly successful 3rd generation, Outlander. The Outlander was showcased during the 2015 auto show in New York and will be the main inspiration for this particular model. Apart from coming in a range of varying engines, it will come with an upgraded version as well.
The upgraded engine version will be a 2.2 it. Turbo powered a diesel engine. The engine will have a torque power of 133 kw or its equivalent of 178 horse power. For this particular generation, a hybrid option will also be available for interested customers of the Mitsubishi RVR 2017
It is, however, important to note that the hybrid version will not be the same as the one used in the Mitsubishi XR-PHEV unveiled in 2013 at the Tokyo motor show. The engine consisted of a 1.1 it. Turbo engine which ran on an electric motor and petrol. In the newer and upgraded version, motorists will be treated to a bigger 1.6 at. Petrol turbocharged engine as well as the presence of two electric motors, instead of one. As such, this will free up the combustion engine to only focus on one job; powering the wheels by charging the batteries.
Mitsubishi RVR 2017 – Price and Release Dates
Set to be released in the summer of 2016, the Mitsubishi RVR, which happens to be a hybrid, will have a retailing price of $19,998.