Mitsubishi Attrage previewed at a Thai dealer conference

Posted on: Jun 6, 2013 - 3:47pm IST

The Mitsubishi Attrage sedan was announced last month for Thailand as Mitsubishi’s ‘Global Compact Sedan’ a dead giveaway of the other markets the sedan would retail in.

Mitsubishi Attrage preview

The global sedan will launch in Thailand first with a 1.2-liter three-cylinder MIVEC engine that produces 76bhp of power and 100Nm of torque. Transmission duties are carried out by a 5-speed manual or a CVT automatic gearbox, with a claimed, class-topping fuel efficiency of 22kpl.

Mitsubishi Attrage rear

Mitsubishi’s factory in Laem Chabang Industrial Estate in the Chonburi province of Thailand will make the car.

Mitsubishi Attrage white

Ahead of its launch in July, Mitsubishi’s Thai dealers were invited for a special product preview. Although prices haven’t been announced officially, our friends at Mitsu BNT already have them on their site –

Mitsubishi Attrage prices in Thailand (unofficial)

  • Mitsubishi Attrage GLX M/T – 443k baht (8.22 lakh rupees)
  • Mitsubishi Attrage GLX CVT – 477k baht (8.85 lakh rupees)
  • Mitsubishi Attrage GLS CVT – 530k baht (9.83 lakh rupees)
  • Mitsubishi Attrage GLS Ltd CVT – 582k baht (10.80 lakh rupees)

The Attrage comes in Cerulean Blue Mica, Red Metallic, White Pearl (6,000 baht extra), Cool Silver, Eisen Gray Mica and Pyreness Black Mica. The top-end model features dual front airbags, reverse parking camera, pushbutton start and a USB audio system.

Mitsubishi Attrage dashboard

The Honda Brio Amaze and the Nissan Almera (Sunny) are the Attrage’ key rivals in Thailand.

Mitsubishi Attrage Image Gallery

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One thought on “Mitsubishi Attrage previewed at a Thai dealer conference

  1. Velutha says:

    Perfect car to carry the ‘AMBASSADOR’ tag forwards! #HindustanMotors


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