Like the 4007 and Outlander, the C-Crosser will be built at Mitsubishi’s Okazaki plant in Japan. Rear styling is very similar to the Mitsu version, and lacks the French auto maker’s usual sense of flair. Inside, the C-Crosser will offer seven-passenger seating, with third row seats that can be stored discretely in the floor. Expect two small capacity diesel motors initially, a 156hp 2.2L HDI with 380Nm of torque, and possibly a 136hp 2.0L version. It’s also likely that the familiar 170hp 2.4L petrol engine from the Outlander will also feature. Sales of the C-Crosser should start in the second half of next year.
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