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  • What to pay for 2014 outlander ls diesel

    Hi guys, what price should I be looking for to pay for a
    2014 outlander LS
    Diesel
    Non metallic paint
    Tow bar

    Cheers
    Muzza
    Muzza
    2014 NW VRX , Alloy ECB bar, Poly air bags, EGR fixed. EDS scan gauge, lockup mate.
    2003 NP DID GLS retired and gone to a good home
    2007 21' Lotus spirit caravan

    LH Torana

  • #2
    Did you get a price Muzza ?
    Dave
    NX Pampas Cat GLS MY16
    Member 1228 Pajero Club

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    • #3
      No not as yet Dave, my friend has now joined the forum, ( outlandish) and is buying one shortly
      Muzza
      2014 NW VRX , Alloy ECB bar, Poly air bags, EGR fixed. EDS scan gauge, lockup mate.
      2003 NP DID GLS retired and gone to a good home
      2007 21' Lotus spirit caravan

      LH Torana

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      • #4
        Had one over Easter, loved it!
        Dave
        NX Pampas Cat GLS MY16
        Member 1228 Pajero Club

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        • #5
          Test drove an Aspire diesel a week ago and like it. Wanted an LS so was able to get dealer driveaway with towbar and floormats was $38,500.

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          • #6
            Good price, enjoy
            Might see you round the traps
            Muzza
            2014 NW VRX , Alloy ECB bar, Poly air bags, EGR fixed. EDS scan gauge, lockup mate.
            2003 NP DID GLS retired and gone to a good home
            2007 21' Lotus spirit caravan

            LH Torana

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            • #7
              LS Outlander first 5 days

              Fuel usage is settling in (<-that's me getting used to it!).
              Flat run on 80kmh roads got 5.5-6l/100km
              Highway few hills 110km/h got 6.6-7.0l/100km
              Round town varies 7.7-10+l/100km
              Not towed anything yet.
              Nor any "testing"

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Outlandish View Post
                Fuel usage is settling in (<-that's me getting used to it!).
                Flat run on 80kmh roads got 5.5-6l/100km
                Highway few hills 110km/h got 6.6-7.0l/100km
                Round town varies 7.7-10+l/100km
                Not towed anything yet.
                Nor any "testing"
                Is it CVT auto? If so is there any lag in the gear changes?
                99 NL Escape 3.5L V6 LWB Wagon, "Aisin Auto", MM Alum Protector Bar, MM factory 'steel' underbody protector plates, Engine oil cooler, Transmission oil cooler, Side rails, Flares, MM Alloy wheels, HANKOOK Dynapro ATM LT tyres, Aftermarket Alarm, MM A.I.S. HPR15 Penrite engine oil. Penrite LS140 diff oil with 250ml LIMSLIP additive 7098.

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                • #9
                  Reason I asked this in above post is I read Subaru have gone to CVT and reviewers have mentioned lag. Maybe not gear change related cos there are none but maybe the timing of computer to match engine power to CVT. BTW don't Bobcat machines use CVT transmissions?
                  99 NL Escape 3.5L V6 LWB Wagon, "Aisin Auto", MM Alum Protector Bar, MM factory 'steel' underbody protector plates, Engine oil cooler, Transmission oil cooler, Side rails, Flares, MM Alloy wheels, HANKOOK Dynapro ATM LT tyres, Aftermarket Alarm, MM A.I.S. HPR15 Penrite engine oil. Penrite LS140 diff oil with 250ml LIMSLIP additive 7098.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by MTN-KAT View Post
                    Is it CVT auto? If so is there any lag in the gear changes?
                    Diesel Outlanders have conventional 6spd auto, petrol Outlanders have the CVT.
                    2010 NT DiD Platinum Auto (Warm White). ARB Sahara Bar (colour coded), ARB dual battery with Redarc, Ultimate Suspension, Redarc remote BC, Bushskinz plates, D694s, Rhino Pioneer Platform, Engel 40L, Hella Compact HIDs, UH7760NB, Scangauge II, Rear shelf storage, Bushskinz rear bumper protection.

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                    • #11
                      Outlander diesel LS automatic

                      Is a 6 speed conventional auto box with the addition of steering wheel paddle shifters which work well.
                      Shifting is quick, smooth, with no lag.

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                      • #12
                        Sounds like a race car
                        Muzza
                        2014 NW VRX , Alloy ECB bar, Poly air bags, EGR fixed. EDS scan gauge, lockup mate.
                        2003 NP DID GLS retired and gone to a good home
                        2007 21' Lotus spirit caravan

                        LH Torana

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                        • #13
                          Fuel consumption: you can get 6L/100

                          On a run to Canberra airport from Belconnen then to Deakin my Outlander used 5.9L/100km. Gentle on the gas, driven smoothly, etc.
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