2024 Mitsubishi Outlander Review

2024 Mitsubishi Outlander Review

If you’re looking for an award-winning SUV with top-notch safety features, Mitsubishi got you covered. The new Outlander has been awarded with IIHS Top Safety Pick, thanks to its wide array of safety features and driving technologies. Learn all about the latest lineup with our Mitsubishi Outlander review. 


Notable Changes From The Previous Year


The 2024 lineup brings a few noteworthy improvements, with premium standard features moving down the line. The LE trim received an upgraded synthetic leather upholstery. Now, the entire lineup has a standard wireless charger and hands-free power liftgate, features previously available only to GT models. New colours are available for roofs, including two-tone designs. 


Trim Comparison Chart 


Models Prices* Seatings Infotainment
ES S-AWC $34,198* Fabric  8-inch smartphone display audio
SE S-AWC $36,898*
LE S-AWC $39,598* Leather 9-inch smartphone link display audio
SEL S-AWC $42,498* Leather-appointed
GT S-AWC $43,998*
GT Premium S-AWC $44,498* Semi-Aniline Leather-Appointed


Performance Specs


Performance Specs

All trims run on the same powertrain: a 2.5-litre 4-cylinder engine, delivering muscular performance and low CO2 emission rates. It has a combined fuel efficiency of 8.9L/100km and a powertrain limited warranty of 160,000km. The entire lineup is equipped with Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC), providing stability and grip with its exclusive driving modes. There are six driving modes: Norma, Eco, Tarmac, Mud, Snow, and Gravel.


Design Elements


Design Elements

All models seat up to seven passengers. Standard features across the lineup include heated front seats and third-row fold-flat seats. Base models have a six-way driver’s seat plus a four-way front passenger seat. However, mid-tier and upper trims have an upgraded eight-way driver’s seat. Additionally, all models are equipped with a tri-zone automatic climate control system, while SE and upper trims have a power panoramic sunroof with a sunshade.


The exterior design is marked by dynamic lines, a sturdy body, and a refined flat-roof design. Exterior features also include LED headlights and T-shaped rear lights, with an option for top-class 20-inch wheels. Models up to the LE come from the factory with 18-inch alloy wheels.


Technology And Safety Features


The ES and SE have a standard 8-inch smartphone link display that is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Mid-tier and higher models have a slightly larger 9-inch smartphone link display with similar capabilities. A wireless charging pad is standard for all models except for the entry-level trim, ES. LE and higher trims are equipped with navigation features, Mitsubishi Connect, and a multi-view camera system with moving object detection.  


The new Outlander didn’t win the IIHS Top Safety Pick by chance. All models have a long list of safety technologies for pretty much any situation. Standard features include an array of airbags, active stability control, traction control logic, trailer stability assist, lane departure warning, brake assist, and brake override systems. 


Buy Yours Now


You’ll find the best prices and conditions for your new Mitsubishi Outlander at Bow Mitsubishi in Calgary, AB. Book a test drive today before deciding which model is the best for you. 


* All pricing is based on Alberta MSRP and does not include taxes and fees. Dealer pricing may differ. Prices are subject to change anytime without notice.

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