Mitsubishi Outlander SUVs

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2017 Mitsubishi Outlander

For 2017, Mitsubishi's Outlander SUV gains a number of upgrades. There’s a simplified AWD system on base models plus new features such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, blind-spot warning and rear cross-traffic alert, a heated steering wheel, auto high beams and a multi-view camera system.

2016 Mitsubishi Outlander

For 2016, Mitsubishi's Outlander undergoes a significant refresh, with new styling, a quieter, more refined interior, an updated navigation system, a revised 4-cylinder engine and new continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). The second row is now much easier to flip and fold. Aluminum-alloy wheels are now standard.

2015 Mitsubishi Outlander

Mitsubishi’s Outlander for 2015 gets a number of upgrades. All trims now include FUSE hands-free linked audio with USB/iPod interface, Bluetooth phone connectivity, plus a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob. SE trims get new leatherette and cloth seating, while the GT gains new aluminum-alloy wheels, LED taillights and silver roof rails.

About Mitsubishi Outlander

The 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander SUV may not be a well-known commodity, but when compared to the Honda CR-V, Nissan Rogue and Dodge Journey, it stands up surprisingly well. With a choice of 4- or 6-cylinder engines, two all-wheel-drive (AWD) systems and a host of cutting-edge safety and infotainment features, Mitsubishi’s Outlander crossover SUV proves both competent and affordable. With a 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty, the Outlander’s coverage is nearly double that of the Subaru Outback, but identical to the Kia Sorento. A small dealer network may limit your buying options, but if you’re looking for a 7-passenger SUV with real off-road chops and, on the V6 GT trim, a 3,500-pound tow rating, a 2017 Outlander may be in your future.