The most obvious change is the new grille, bringing the Outlander closer in appearance to the Mitsubishi Lancer. Behind the new face the running gear remains the same, with the same 2,4-litre petrol engine and automatic gearbox.
Other improved features are newly designed 18-inch wheels, some extra chrome on the tail gate and side windows, a new instrument cluster, a cubbyhole that can warm or cool beverages, a few minor trim changes, and an even more powerful audio system (710W).
The Outlander, only available in one model, will also have standard features such as cruise control, a multifunction steering wheel, a full leather interior, an electric sunroof, roofrails and more.
Prices will only be made available at the time of launch.