Friday, 5 March 2010

Mitsubishi RVR Compact Crossover to Debut Early 2010 Mitsubishi RVR CUV Begins Selling Next Year

As previously announced early this year, Mitsubishi are trying to enter
the crossover market with a new model that is expected to be released
sometime in February 2010. Dubbed Mitsubishi RVR,
the compact crossover seems to be right on schedule as the Japanese car
maker have announced a few details about the car and a couple of photos
that certainly made a click into our heads here on TFTS.
Sitting just below the Outlander at only 4.3-meters long, the small
lightweight crossover utility vehicle is based on the company's baby
SUV, the Concept-cX, and although it lacks specific details concerning
power or torque, we've been told that it's supposedly running on a brand
new 1.8-liter MIVEC petrol engine that promises to achieve
state-of-the-art fuel efficiency.
On the exterior the new Mitsubishi RVR has a Q5 inspired nose
(trapizoid-shaped grille in the front), daytime LEDs and rear
bumper-integrated center brake lights, and a rather intriguing blue
paint job that stands out in the CUV crowd.
Asia (including China but probably excluding India), Europe, and North
America are expected to begin selling the Mitsubishi RVR, with an
official debut to be made either at NAIAS or in Switzerland at the
Geneva Motor Show next year.
Not sure about you guys, but I love it. Just waiting to get a decent
price on this one!
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