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Mitsubishi ASX (Outlander Sport, RVR)(Edit)
Same vehicle as Peugeot 4008 and Citroen C4 Aircross.
Shares the GS platform, co-developed by Mitsubishi and DaimlerChrysler. The GS platform is also used on
Mitsubishi Online Newsroom: All New 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Offers A Composed Ride, Along With Surprising Agility(Edit)
Available On-Demand Electronically-Controlled 4WD System
A sophisticated electronically-controlled 4WD system is also available for the SE version of the Outlander Sport that greatly enhances both on-and off-road traction in good or bad weather conditions.
Unlike Mitsubishi's remarkable Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) 4WD system found in the company's famed Lancer Evolution model that utilizes such exotic technology as active differentials and active yaw control for extreme high performance, the on-demand electronically-controlled 4WD found on the new Outlander Sport emphasizes fuel efficiency while giving the driver the option to switch to traction-enhancing all-wheel drive at their discretion.
Borrowed from the larger outlander SUV, the 4WD system consists of a rear differential carrier, and electronically controlled coupling (ECC) connected to the forward section of the rear differential and a power transfer unit (PTU) mated to the transmission near the front axle. These components have been designed to be exceptionally lightweight yet sturdy for the rugged terrain and conditions that the vehicle may encounter. And thanks to a low viscosity oil used in the power transfer unit (PTU), this helps to improve fuel economy by 0.1 percent compared to the Outlander.
A major design upgrade over the Outlander's 4WD system has been a recalibration of the systems control unit that has led to a variety of improvements including enhanced fuel economy, stability in 4WD mode, improved traction and steering feel when accelerating from a standstill, and an overall reduction in noise, vibration and harshness (NVH).
The system has three shift-on-the-flying settings:
Lancer Evolution VII(Edit)
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The four-wheel drive version uses open differentials for the front and rear axles, with a viscous coupling unit for the center differential.
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Same vehicle as Peugeot 4007 and Citroen C-Crosser.
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Outlander III (2012-...)(Edit)?
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Easy Select part-time all wheel drive. Front axle vacuum disconnect system. When in 2H mode, the right front driveshaft is disconnected from the front differential. The left and right front driveshafts are rotating freely in 2H mode.
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Pajero, Montero, Shogun 1982-1991, L200(Edit)
Part-time transmission. No center differential. Low gear. Some were equipped with limited slip differential in the rear.
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Pajero II, Montero, Shogun 1991-2000,(Edit)
In case of a part-time transmission can have automatic hubs or a vacuum axle disconnect system. Super Select has a vacuum axle disconnect system.
Rear mechanical differential lock standard on GLS (100% lock, button activated).
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Pajero Pinin (1991-)(Edit)
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Pajero III, Pajero IV(Edit)
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What about the Delica vans?
Delica have easy select and superselect, the tranny is like Pajero.
How about Airtrek 2.4 4wd i want to converte 2wd
Does the normal lancer 1.6 gli 4wd work as the EVO (50/50) ??
Tanks for A grelt site
I have been studying the mitsubishi awd for a long time and i have a project that i need some information. Will this awd system for for a Evo III, i have a fwd and i would like to convert to awd for the outlander or the asx is it possible? Thank you
Everything is possible if you have enough time or money, or both. It is not always practical though.
Search the web for "awd conversion" and you might find some info.
What about the 3000GT VR4 (GTO)?
3000GT was designed from the 1st generation Eclipse/Talon, which explains the front strut suspension.
The center differential was a double planetary design, splitting torque 45 front / 55 rear.
There was a viscous coupling clutch on the center differential & rear differential. Front was open, but you can get a Quaife to replace that.
More of a grand touring design, than sporting one.