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ACTIVE SAFETY SYSTEMS:

Anti-Lock Braking (ABS) 

ABS is an active safety system which can help a driver avoid obstacles and a collision during heavy braking or while braking on slippery road surfaces.

ABS prevents the wheels from locking up under heavy braking or while braking on slippery road surfaces, thereby allowing the driver to maintain steering control and steer around potential obstructions and/or avoid collisions.

Vehicles equipped with ABS: Wheels do not lock up when braking on a slippery road surface, and it is possible to steer around obstructions.

Vehicles not equipped with ABS: Wheels lock up under braking on a slippery road surface, and it is not possible to steer around obstructions.

Mitsubishi vehicles with this feature: Standard across all vehicles.

Brake Assist

This system can help providing greater brake force by assisting brake pedal actuation during emergency braking.

This system can assist by automatically increasing brake hydraulic pressure under emergency braking conditions to maximise potential braking force.

Mitsubishi vehicles with this feature: Standard across Mirage (hatch / sedan) Lancer, ASX, Outlander (incl. PHEV).

 

Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD)

Electronic Brakeforce Distribution cleverly distributes braking force to all four wheels, enhancing braking performance and giving the driver a feeling of surefooted control.

Mitsubishi vehicles with this feature: Standard across all vehicles.

Active Stability Control (ASC)

ASC helps drivers maintain control in adverse weather conditions and during emergency manoeuvres. When the system detects that proper grip cannot be maintained at each tyre while driving on slippery road surfaces or due to sudden steering wheel input. Braking force is then applied at one or more wheels and engine output is automatically adjusted to help the driver maintain control.

In addition, sensors monitor the tyre traction and work with the anti-lock braking system (ABS) to counteract slipping on wet / snowy roads.

ASC can help a driver maintain control in adverse conditions and during emergency manoeuvres. However, ASC has limits and cannot help a driver maintain traction and control of the vehicle in all circumstances. It is the responsibility of every driver to drive carefully, taking into account the traffic, road and environmental conditions.

Mitsubishi vehicles with this feature: Standard across all vehicles.

Hill Start Control (HSC)

This system prevents vehicles rolling backwards and makes hill starts easier by holding the braking force during the time when the driver is moving his/her foot from the brake pedal to the accelerator pedal in order to start the vehicle on a steep road.

When the system determines that the car has stopped on a steep road (via the sensors or the engine control unit), it will hold the braking force (after the driver releases the brake pedal) until the accelerator pedal is depressed (for a maximum of two seconds). The system will reduce the braking force in accordance with the operation of the accelerator by the driver and the engine torque that is generated. HSA also functions when the vehicle is reversing up a steep road.

Mitsubishi vehicles with this feature: Mirage (hatch/sedan. CVT models only), Lancer (CVT models only), ASX, Outlander, Outlander PHEV (CVT models only).

Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM)

FCM uses radar and other detection systems to predict potential collision and applies the braking system to help avoid the collision or reduce the effect should a collision occur. Warning: The Forward Collision Mitigation System is designed to help avoid or reduce the crash speed in certain frontal collisions and it is not a substitute for safe and careful driving. Under certain circumstances, the system may not operate or may not detect a frontal vehicle correctly.

Mitsubishi vehicles with this feature: Outlander Aspire and Outlander PHEV Aspire. 

Adaptive Cruise Control System (ACC)

Radar based cruise control maintains distance from the vehicle ahead even if it comes to a stop.

If there is no vehicle in front, your selected speed is maintained even if you remove your foot from the accelerator pedal.

When there is a vehicle in front, your selected distance between vehicles is maintained.

Mitsubishi vehicles with this feature: Outlander Aspire and Outlander PHEV Aspire.

Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System (AVAS)

AVAS provides an audible warning which varies in pitch depending upon vehicle speed when an electric vehicle or hybrid electric vehicle is operating at slow speeds in ELECTRIC mode.

Mitsubishi vehicles with this feature: Outlander PHEV and Outlander PHEV Aspire.

Rear View Monitoring System

The reversing camera supplements the driver’s rear field of view by automatically appearing on screen when reverse is engaged. In models that feature the Mitsubishi Multi Communication System (MMCS), the rear view will show on the MMCS screen. In models without MMCS, where reversing camera is available, the camera’s view will appear in the audio display screen interface.

Mitsubishi vehicles with this feature: Standard across ASX, Outlander, Outlander PHEV, Challenger, Pajero VRX and Exceed, Lancer LX, VRX and GSR.

Reverse Parking Sensors

The reversing sensors will audibly warn you if you’re getting too close to an object behind you, and will also take the very last

centimetre of guesswork out of parking or backing into a tight spot.

Mitsubishi vehicles with this feature: Standard across ASX, Outlander, Outlander PHEV, Challenger, Pajero VRX and Exceed, Lancer VRX (Note: Hyperlink to vehicle showrooms)