On sale from next month, the new entry 2.0-litre 134bhp GLX, available in five-speed manual only, costs £16,400 on-the-road, compared to the former 2.0-litre GLS at £17,455. The GLS range continues and carries a price premium of about £150, but Mitsubishi says this is more than compensated for with the extra specification and safety features, such as driver and passenger airbags, ABS, and alarm system. The on-the-road price of the 2.0 GLS manual is £18,000, while the automatic costs £19,150 - this increases to £18,900 and £20,050 for the estate models.
The new 2.4-litre petrol GDI 147bhp engine is introduced to the range as a new trim level, and the saloon models cost £19,600 (manual) and £20,750 (automatic), while the estate models cost £20,500 (manual) and £21,650 (automatic). The 161bhp 2.5 V6 models increase in price by about £300.