Mitsubishi Outlander joins Cedia and Evo X in being discontinued

Posted on: Jun 27, 2013 - 10:08am IST

Yesterday we told you that Mitsubishi India had discontinued two models in India. The Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X and the Mitsubishi Cedia Sports would no longer be sold in the country. Turns out we were wrong. Mitsubishi is not discontinuing two cars in India. They’re stopping three!

Mitsubishi Outlander discontinued in India

The Mitsubishi Outlander has also been discontinued in India, as it turns out. The website says that ‘A Fashion Statement Has Moved Away From The Spotlight’. There is a line below saying that the ‘Production has ceased’.

The Outlander was launched in India in early 2009. Since then, it has also received a facelift (image you see in the website). Internationally, the 2014 Outlander was unveiled at the 2013 Los Angeles Motor Show (during the later parts of last year). It remains to be seen whether Mitsubishi India would consider bringing the new model to India, given that they want to focus on their SUV range only.

2014 Mitsubishi Outlander
Will Mitsubishi India consider bringing the 2014 Outlander?

With the Outlander also being discontinued, the Mitsubishi India lineup consists of the Pajero Sport and the Montero.

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7 thoughts on “Mitsubishi Outlander joins Cedia and Evo X in being discontinued

  1. Pavan says:

    It’s sad to see Mitsubishi haven’t achieved success in India. The reason is lack of new models being launched in India. Moreover the existing models specially lancer, outlander are very outdated as compared to Australia and NZ. There is another product called ASX whic is a crossover utility and not being launched in india. Small car segment Mirage is a huge success all over. Once they start new launching new models in India which are launched globally then it will achieve a lot of success.

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  2. Sammy says:

    Mitsu only has to bring back the pajero sfx witha new engine-transmission and improved interiors and sell it at the price range of the xuv500 and I bet they will have a winner on their hands.

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  3. thirumal says:

    whats going on ….. mitsubishi has today discontinued OUTLANDER ….
    it discontinued lancer evo x & cedia sports just yesterday …. whats the hell strategy does Mitsubishi India has …. ?

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  4. Swapnil R says:

    I can understand they still continuing with Pajero but what’s the point in continuing with Montero – how many units does it sell?

    Or has it been already discontinued?

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  5. Deepak Chablani says:

    Sad to see this. They make such supreme rally cars and offroaders.
    But then its tough to crack the Indian market, isn’t?

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  6. sandy says:

    They have taken wise decision. Their product is having little room to prove in our current Government norm, infrastructure and market’s taste.

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  7. Jethalal says:

    Why not Mitsu is packing up their bags and return to their home, continuing Indian operations with just two products is utter nonsense by Mitsu just as FIAT is doing.

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