2017 Mitsubishi RVR Facelift
Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Company, acquires large incomes from the market of Europe and Australia thanks to its ASX compact crossover model. How much success this model recorded in the domestic Japanese market, we do not known. 2017 Mitsubishi RVR, is facelifted European ASX, which was presented at the Geneva Motor Show 2016. Since the 2016 model was redesigned and greatly promoted, the new RVR before 2019 are not expected anything important. However, in the crossover SUV segment, now at least improvement can increase sales.
2017 Mitsubishi RVR Changes
Mitsubishi RVR was not from the very beginning the base model of ASX. From 1991 to 2002, the Mitsubishi RVR was compact MPV. In less than ten years its design was altered several times. RVR has become crossover version intended for Japanese buyers of 2010. Shortly thereafter the company offered the US market in 2010 Mitsubishi ASX.
2017 Mitsubishi RVR, like its predecessor, is an integral element of the company’s plan to present itself as a manufacturer of small but very efficient cars. The changes that marked last year’s model, not do much to imaginary target. 2016 Mitsubishi RVR is like its sibling model received a redesigned front fascia, called Dynamic Shield. Extended an offer of exterior colors. The standard equipment package became available power-folding mirrors, LED turn signals, new 18-inches alloy wheels, new steering wheel, and 6.1 inches touchscreen. Inspired by the XR-PHEV concept, Mitsubishi RVR, as the 2017 Mitsubishi ASX, and the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, got a new modern look.
Unlike 2017 ASX model, the 2017 Mitsubishi RVR in the offer of powertrain does not have 1.6 L with 114 hp, combined six-speed manual transmission. RVR 2017 crossover SUV driven by 1.8 liter gasoline engine mated to an INVECS-III CVT.
2019 Mitsubishi RVR New Generation
After the Geneva Motor Show 2016, in public appeared information about the new fourth generation Mitsubishi RVR models. Apparently this model will appear on the market until 2020. If you believe some sources, 2019 Mitsubishi RVR will be representative of the fourth generation of this model. This new model will be based on Mitsubishi eX Concept. The biggest changes in the new model, based on a concept whose dimensions are 4,200 mm long, 1,750 mm wide and 1,625 mm, will refer to the drive train.