Mitsubishi is one of those brands that bring out limited number of cars in India. As a result, the brand is not among the popular leagues in India and has quite experienced a decline in sales over the past few years in India. But this does not stop the brand from bringing in new models to India.
To add to its Indian portfolio, Mitsubishi is planning to bring in the Mitsubishi Attrage, one of its most established cars in Europe and other parts of Asia, particularly in the Middle East.
Built with a design that is a little less sophisticated than the Nissan Sunny, this sedan is one of the best looking sedans that is worth all the money you pay for it.
Design and Styling
With a design that looks a bit more like the Mirage and a bit less like the Sunny, this car has been made more useful with the addition of a boot.
But with this, this sedan has lost all of its possible exquisite looks. It has got a hexagonal grille in the front with a contour along the sides that definitely catch one's attention, but it does look as if it lacks a bit more to it.
On the interiors, the car sports a piano black upholstery in its worldwide launches. However, in India, it is expected to come in the beige colour, which could perhaps make the car lose all of its interior royal yet simple looks.
The sedan has got an extremely tight turning radius, which makes it easy to maneuver the car through sharp turns and narrow roads. This feature hints at the Attrage being a definite winner in its league as this feature is what every Indian wants in their car. From amateur to expert level drivers, this car is going to be a child's play ride.
In India, the Attrage would be powered by a 1.2-litre three cylinder diesel engine paired to a manual transmission, which is capable of delivering 80PS of maximum power and 106Nm of peak torque which is capable of attaining a speed of 100kmph from standstill in 14 seconds, which is quite reasonable a rate. This sedan may not be suited for those racing maniacs, as it has a top speed of only 170kmph, but with a fuel consumption of 4.8 litres per 100km, it maintains a very economical stand.
Going by its looks, the Mitsubishi Attrage deserves a price stand of atleast Rs 5-8lakhs, but compared to that of the Honda City, this seems to be a very reasonable deal.
Mitsubishi has plans to launch its popular sedan Attrage in India by 2018
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