2011 Mitsubishi Cedia

Specifications prices Modifications and Image 2011 Mitsubishi Cedia
The Cedia gets its credentials from the legendary Evo 9 racecar Series of Mitsubishi. Well-equipped with advanced technology, this car is available in three variants: Spirit, Sports, and Select ALPG. The ALPG variant carries all the features available on the Sports and Spirit variants. The new Cedia receives aggressive new styling, a robust engine and upscale interiors.

The Cedia is the latest entrant in the D-segment to wear the signature Mitsubishi Motors' three-diamond logo. Endorsing its sporting lineage, the Cedia at first glance looks athletic, sporty and eager to go. The design philosophy behind the Cedia is to deliver a good car that has most of its work cut out on city roads as well as one that does well on occasional highway jaunts.
The interiors of Mitsubishi Cedia are well-designed, with a trendy instrument cluster, dash and leather finished center console. The seats of the car have been upholstered in finest Italian leather. The trendy four-spoke steering wheel, door pads, gear knob and assist grips are also trimmed with leather. Cup holders are provided in the rear center arm-rest. Wood and titanium, together, make the cockpit look very elegant.

The car features a very stylish design. The trendy, wide halogen headlamps, stylistic cuts, swoops and ridges on the bonnet of Mitsubishi Cedia provide a contemporary look to its exteriors. The black split front grille is accented with chrome. The sparkling wrap-around tail lights and 6-spoke alloy wheels add glamour to the sedan. Its cabin provides leg, hip, shoulder and head room to the occupants, thereby making every ride comfortable and relaxing.
Under the hood, the Cedia features a 2-litre, 4-cylinder petrol engine that outputs 115 bhp and a maximum torque of 175 Nm at peak. The race-bred engine incorporates ECI-MULTI (Electronically Controlled Multi-Point Fuel Injection) for extra torque that comes in handy at passing speeds and while powering out of a tight spot. On the ALPG variant, the petrol engine is fitted with an LPG kit that produces an output of 100 bhp and peak torque of 156.5 Nm. The 48-litre LPG tank is placed in the boot of the car and LPG flow is controlled by a 32-bit microprocessor. On full tanks (Petrol & LPG), the car can easily cover 1000 kms at a stretch. The LPG option is very cost effective and Cedia ALPG offers running costs as low as Rs 3 per kilometer.

Standard transmission is a 5-speed manual that delivers a power-packed and sporty performance; shifts are smooth and seamless, with the use of keyless synchronisers. The car can hit a top speed of 180 kmph and comes equipped with enhanced safety features that include dual air bags, 3-point Emergency Locking Retractor (ELR) seatbelts, collapsible steering column, an anti-lock braking system and electronic brake force distribution.

The Cedia has a minimum turning radius of just 4.9 metres, which makes it easy to navigate and maneuver around tight corners. The car delivers responsive steering, agile handling and excellent ride comfort, attributed in no mean measure to its rigid body design and the all-wheel independent suspension system. The tuned suspension incorporates McPherson Struts in the front and a multi-link system in the rear. Motoring enthusiasts will be thrilled by its energetic performance and sheer driving pleasure.
Special attention is given to the safety of people riding in Mitsubishi Cedia. The safety features available as standard in the sedan include Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD), dual front air bags, child safety lock and collapsible steering.

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