2022 Mitsubishi Outlander full review // Game changer for Mitsubishi
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 Published On Apr 06, 2021


This is a couple car review of the all-new 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander.This is the first vehicle built as part of the Nissan Renault Mitsubishi alliance and the Outlander is built on a shared platform with the Nissan Rogue. 2.5L 4-cylinder engine matched with a CVT with super all wheel control,
181 horsepower and 181 lb-ft of torque. The Outlander is the only SUV in the compact class to come standard with three rows of seats. The seats can be flexibly arranged with multiple configurations to suit the number of passengers and their luggage. The second-row seats have a sliding and reclining function, as well as a 40:20:40 split division, allowing two adult passengers to comfortably sit in the second row even when carrying long items such as skis.All trims, but the base model get a heated steering wheel, a hands-free power lift-gate with adjustable height and a wireless charger, panoramic sunroof. The 9” touchscreen with Android Auto and wireless Apple Carplay, 20” wheels is standard on the LE, SEL and GT trims. A 12.3” digital driver display, heated rear seats, quilted leather seats and quilted door inserts are standard on the SEL and GT trims. We are testing the GT Premium trim; which has the two-tone leather combo in saddle tan and black. The GT trims also come with a head-up display if that is something you are interested in. One of the biggest selling features is the ten year Mitsubishi warranty.

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