Mitsubishi has updated the specification of its Outlander diesel model, to bring it in line with the PHEV.
A new centre console and shark-fin antenna appear on all variants as standard as well as front footwell lamps, console box illumination, a 12V socket in the boot and rain and dusk sensors.
Outlander 4 in particular boasts additional safety features, including blind spot warning, rear cross traffic alert and a 360 degree camera. This variant also welcomes an electronic parking brake and auto hold button on automatic versions.
All variants have a 2.2-litre diesel unit, in both automatic and manual transmission.
The manual version has a six-speed gearbox, and produces CO2 emission of 139g/km and 53.3 mpg on the combined fuel economy cycle. Automatic versions produce 154g/km and return 48.7 mpg.