Buyers keen to secure a deal on a runout 2021 Mitsubishi Outlander will need to be quick.
With a new Outlander due in November, a Mitsubishi Australia spokesperson has confirmed production of the current model has ended in Japan.
Although some stock remains at dealers, Mitsubishi says buyers keen to order a specific configuration will need to look at the 2022 model when it arrives.
This does not affect the current Outlander PHEV as yet, because the new-generation plug-in hybrid model has not been released yet.
Pricing for the outgoing Outlander starts at $30,490 drive-away for the ES manual with five seats.
2021 Outlander pricing and specification details are available here.
Revealed in 2012, the outgoing Outlander was treated to updates in 2015 and 2018.
The new model promises to be a big step forward. It’s built on the platform as the upcoming Nissan X-Trail, and has grown bigger in every dimension compared to its predecessor.
Power will come from a 2.5-litre naturally-aspirated four-cylinder producing 135kW of power and 245Nm of torque, mated to a CVT with eight pre-programmed steps.
Just like the current model, the new Outlander will be available in both five and seven-seat configurations, and a PHEV version is in the works for 2022.
Pricing kicks off at $34,490 before on-road costs, and extends to $49,990 before on-roads. Full pricing details are available here.
Mitsubishi sold 1792 Outlanders in July 2021 according to VFACTS, with the model holding a 15.6 per cent share of the Medium SUV under $60K segment.
This is likely to drop as stock dries up before the new model’s arrival.