New models - Mitsubishi - Grandis
Upgraded Grandis eyes Odyssey
Mitsubishi unveils a less expensive Grandis with more kit to tackle Odyssey
13 Oct 2005
MITSUBISHI Motors Australia has upgraded its Grandis people-mover, which is now available in a less expensive, entry-level variant priced at $39,990.
The revised Grandis features new interior trim, while a $45,250 higher-series variant offers host of extras including leather/heated (front) seats, 17-inch five-spoke alloy wheels, roof rails, a leather and wood steering wheel, woodgrain gearshifter, reversing sensors, tinted windows, a dual sunroof, pollen filter, privacy glass, chrome interior door handles, silver mesh power window switches, illuminated driver and passenger vanity mirrors and two extra speakers for the AM/FM/six-CD in-dash premium sound system system.
Three new paint colours are also offered - Fraser Beige metallic, Red metallic and Effect Grey mica - and the move brings Grandis into line with Honda's more popular Odyssey range.
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