2023 Mitsubishi Outlander

Starting MSRP 

$26,395

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Key Spec of 2023 Mitsubishi Outlander
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basic warranty

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ProsConsWhat's New

Comfortable ride and front seats

Third-row seat lacks legroom

No major changes expected

Roomy interior

Sluggish acceleration with the 2.5L I4

Part of the fourth Outlander generation introduced for 2022

Modern features

Poorly designed voice controls

Exterior styling to stand out

Satisfying handling

Good cargo room

2023 Mitsubishi Outlander Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: October 19, 2022

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Furnished with chrome body track, showing the rigidity and ruggedness, you are staring at the best car Mitsubishi sells in the US market. The Outlander is a 3-row compact Crossover SUV that promises good comfort, modern technology, style, and competitive performance figures. However, the third row is just to show off as adults don't find room there. It imitates the same platform and various components of the Nissan Rogue. The compact and the sportier version, the Outlander Sport come separately. The Outlander gets strength from the I4 under the hood, which felicitates 181 hp. With the CVT, Mitsubishi has given Front Wheel Drive as standard, however, there is an option of AWD.

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Over All Rating

0.0

Out of 10

Notable Rankings

#3 in Compact Suv

#11 in Suv


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Trims

ES$26,395 Est. onwards


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2022 Mitsubishi Outlander SEL S-AWC

SEL S-AWC 4dr SUV 4WD (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

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$33,640
Est. $456/mo
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Delray Beach, FL
MSRP $36,710
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2022 Mitsubishi Outlander SEL S-AWC

SEL S-AWC 4dr SUV 4WD (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

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$33,650
Est. $456/mo
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Whiteland, IN
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2022 Mitsubishi Outlander SEL S-AWC

SEL S-AWC 4dr SUV 4WD (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

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$33,650
Est. $456/mo
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Whiteland, IN
MSRP $33,650
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2022 Mitsubishi Outlander SEL

SEL 4dr SUV (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

Dealer Price
$31,493
Est. $427/mo
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RMV: $36,612
Lakeland, FL
MSRP $33,743
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2022 Mitsubishi Outlander SEL S-AWC

SEL S-AWC 4dr SUV 4WD (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

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$33,755
Est. $458/mo
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Orlando, FL
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2022 Mitsubishi Outlander SEL

SEL 4dr SUV (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

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$31,680
Est. $430/mo
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Miami, FL
MSRP $34,880
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2022 Mitsubishi Outlander SEL

SEL 4dr SUV (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

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$31,710
Est. $430/mo
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Miami, FL
MSRP $34,910
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2022 Mitsubishi Outlander SEL

SEL 4dr SUV (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

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$31,710
Est. $430/mo
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Miami, FL
MSRP $34,910
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2022 Mitsubishi Outlander SEL

SEL 4dr SUV (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

Dealer Price
$31,710
Est. $430/mo
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$4,902 Below market
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Miami, FL
MSRP $34,910
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Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

In the new 2023 Outlander, Mitsubishi has added a Plug-in Hybrid powertrain. The PHEV models will be composing a redesigned format, All Wheel Control (AWC), and All Wheel Drive system. Mitsubishi promises to reduce its carbon emissions to 40 percent by 2023. Induced with electric motors, it offers more performance figures and ranges than its predecessor. With the same interior, it feels more spacious than most of the rivals in the segment. On the base trims, the 18-inches wheel looks satisfying, but the senior models are equipped with 20 inches. It will be a direct rival of the Hyundai Tucson, the Volkswagen Tiguan, and the Kia Sportage.


Features

Except for the special and launch edition models, the new Outlander is offered in 3 different trim levels. It starts from the base ES and grows through SE, going all the way up to SEL. All the trims offer a standard Front wheel drive system with an option to upgrade to AWD. The SE comes with a Launch edition model. Meanwhile, the SEL costing you extra bucks offers Launch as well as Special Edition trims. Every model (including Special and Launch editions) offers the same 2.5L I4 engine that pumps out 181 hp and pairs with the CVT.

Trims 

2023 Mitsubishi Outlander ES

2023 Mitsubishi Outlander SE

2023 Mitsubishi Outlander SEL

MSRP 

$ 28,340 

$ 31,390

$ 34,190

MSRP (Launch Edition)

 

$ 31, 140

$ 36, 690

MSRP (Special Edition)

   

$ 34, 490

Key Features 

18-inch alloys

20-inch alloys

Upgraded exterior trim

 

Dark tinted rear privacy glass

Silver exterior trims

Roof rails

 

Remote Keyless entry

Hands-free liftgate

Interior ambient lighting

 

LED headlights 

Leather-wrapped steering wheel

Leather upholstery

 

Dual-zone climate control

Heated front seats

Auto dimming rear view mirror

 

Cloth seats 

Automatic rain sensing wipers

Triple zone climate control

 

Automatic high beams

9-inch touchscreen infotainment system

12.3-inch instrument cluster

 

Rear seat reminders

Wireless charging pad

Heated rear seats

 

6 speaker audio system

Front parking sensor

Memory function in driver seat

 

Driver attention warning

Adaptive Cruise Control

 

In addition to the features provided in different trims of the new Outlander, Mitsubishi also devises some extra packages as an option.

Convenience Package for ES trim

  • 20-inch alloys
  • Mitsubishi Connect With safeguard and remote services (a paid service allows you to control the car with your phone)

Tech Package for SE trim

  • Panoramic sunroof 
  • 10-speaker Bose audio system
  • 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster
  • Auto-dimming rearview mirror

Touring Package for SEL trim

  • Upgraded leather upholstery
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Head up display 
  • 10-speaker Bose audio system
  • Rear side window sunshades

We Recommend

CARHP recommends the shopper to go for its SE trim because it offers a decent value to your money. With 20-inch alloys is a leap from the base ES. SE provides almost the same specifications as that of SEL. One-inch larger, the 9-inch infotainment screen is offered with the SE. As safety is concerned, it gives– Front parking sensor, Adaptive Cruise Control as standard. Wireless charging pad and many more features to differentiate it from ES and stand equivalent to SEL. Its Black Edition model is also a choice to consider if the shopper wants their Outlander dipped in an all-black shade.

Release Date

Mitsubishi is expected to launch this new 2023 Outlander either in late 2022 or in early 2023.

Engine and Performance

The performance of all the variants of the new Outlander relies on the single 2.5L I4 engine that produces 181 hp. It pairs with the only available CVT transmission. All the models offer a Front Wheel Drive system except for the Launch and Special editions, which facilitates an All-Wheel Control (AWC) system. The engine feels nice and quiet. The CVT feels smoother than the regular transmission, as it does not offer any kind of intermittent delays between the gear shifts. The only downside – it can get a little noisy when you strike into the throttle. The engine manages a mileage of — 24 mpg in the city, 31 mpg on the highway, and 27 mpg combined. It completes 0-60 in 9.7 seconds. With a fuel capacity of 14.5 gallons, it archives a range of — 348 miles in the city, 449.5 on the highway, and 391.5 miles combined.

Models 

2023 

Mitsubishi Outlander

2023 

Hyundai Tucson

2023

Volkswagen Tiguan

2023 

Kia Sportage

MSRP

$ 28,340

$ 27,095

$ 27, 785

$ 27,285

Engine 

2.5L I4

2.5L I4

2.0L Turbo I4

2.5 L I4

Drivetrain 

FWD

FWD

FWD

FWD

Transmission

CVT

8-speed automatic

8-speed automatic

8-speed automatic

Horsepower (hp @ rpm)

181 hp @ 6000 rpm

187 hp @ 6100 rpm

184 hp @ 6000 rpm

187 hp @ 6100 rpm

Torque (lb-ft @ rpm)

181 lb-ft @ 3600 rpm

178 lb-ft @ 4000 rpm

221 lb-ft @ 1900 rpm

178 lb-ft @ 4000 rpm

0-60 (seconds)

9.7 seconds

10.2 seconds

8.9 seconds

9.5 seconds

Quarter-mile (seconds)

16.3 seconds

17.4 seconds

16.9 seconds

16.4 seconds

Top speed 

120 mph

122 mph

125 mph

130 mph

Driving with the same engine and price bracket , the new Kia Sportage catches the speed faster than the Hyundai Tucson. The new Volkswagen Tiguan generates the highest amount of torque at least rpm. Despite having the least top speed, the new Outlander finishes a quarter-mile faster than any other car in the segment. 2023 Tiguan achieves 0-60 speed quicker than the rest of the rivals. Kia Sportage comes with the highest top speed.

2023 Mitsubishi Outlander Ride and Handling

2023 Outlander offers a more spacious interior than most of its rivals. The first and second-row seats are large enough to easily occupy adults with comfort, but third-row seats lack legroom. The ride quality is really good in and around the city. The light and comfortable steering wheel help in easy maneuvering at low speed. When we cop things up like speed bumps or cobblestones, it actually cops them with ease. Visibility is great out of the car. The front parking sensor and rearview mirror assist in tight parking spaces. Mitsubishi has put an effort into the Outlander to make and feel it like a luxury SUV. The comfortable seats provide the convenience to go on a long drive. To help you out in different driving conditions, the Outlander is equipped with many modes like mud, snow, normal, and gravel. It uses Strut suspensions for the front wheels and Multi-link suspensions for the rear. It has a turning diameter of 36.1 feet.

2023 Mitsubishi Outlander Braking Performance

Mitsubishi offers a disc-brake system on all four wheels. Along with that, it is also equipped with different types of driver-assistive features – Traction control, Driveline traction control, and Lane Departure warning. Meanwhile, on the higher trims like SE and SEL, it provides Adaptive Cruise Control that automatically adjusts the vehicle speed to maintain a safe distance from the vehicles ahead. It provides a steering input of 2-2.4 I. The electric brake pedals come with an auto-hold function. The standard rear automatic emergency braking system uses Sonar to detect obstacles to avoid potential collisions. The new Outlander is furnished with 13.8 inches brake rotors for the front and on the rear, they are 13 inches thick. The brake pedals feel responsive.

MODEL

2023 

Mitsubishi Outlander

2023 

Hyundai Tucson

2023

Volkswagen Tiguan

2023 

Kia Sportage

 

Brake rotors

(front) (in)

13.8 inches

 

12.8 inches

 

13.4 inches

 

12.6 inches

 

Brake Rotors 

(back) (in)

13 inches

 

12 inches

 

11.8 inches

 

11.9 inches

Curb weight

(lbs)

3593 lbs

3329 lbs

3765 lbs

3373 lbs.

 

60-0 (- ft.)

N/A

 

124 ft.

 

124 ft.

 

N/A

Despite having a huge gap in curb weight and brake rotors sizes, the Tiguan and the Tucson take the same distance to stop the car. The Mitsubishi Outlander has the biggest brake rotors, so an educated guess tells that it takes a lesser distance to come to a standstill. The Sportage comes with the smallest brake rotors and weighs a little higher than the Tucson. The Tiguan has the highest curb weight.

Fuel Economy

Powering with the only available 2.5L I4 across all trims, the Outlander attains the mileage figures as — 24 mpg in the city, 31 mpg on the highway, and 27 mpg combined, and it manages the range of — 348 miles in the city, 449.5 on the highway, and 391.5 miles combined. However, the Mitsubishi termed All Wheel Controlled models provide a mileage of – 24 mpg in the city, 30 mpg on the highway, and 26 mpg combined. With 14.5 gallons of fuel capacity, they are able to manage the range of – 348 miles in the city, 435 miles on the highway, and 377 miles combed.

Model 

2023 

Mitsubishi Outlander

2023 

Hyundai Tucson

2023

Volkswagen Tiguan

2023 

Kia Sportage

MPG (city)

24 mpg

26 mpg

23 mpg

25 mpg

MPG (highway)

27 mpg 

29 mpg

26 mpg

28 mpg

MPG (combined)

31 mpg

33 mpg

30 mpg

32 mpg

Fuel Capacity (gallons)

14.5 gallons

14.3 gallons

15.3 gallons

14.3 gallons

Range (City, highways, combined in miles)

348/449.5/391.5 miles

371.8/471.9/414.7 miles

351.9/459/397.8 miles

357.5/457.6/400.4 miles

The new Tucson is the most fuel efficient car in the segment. With the same fuel capacity, the Sportage felicitates almost identical fuel economy figures. Being the heaviest car, the Tiguan sucks more fuel than any other rival. Due to lesser curb weight, the new Outlander delivers 1 mpg extra than the Tiguan. The range of Mitsubishi is similar to that of Tiguan.

Interior

The 2023 Outlander offer a significantly better cabin than its previous generations. The driver’s seat has scored good numbers in adjustments and it can accommodate even a tall and bulky grown-up. Getting in and out is easily accessible in the front and second row. The third-row seats are good for kids, as adults can lack legroom there. Lower trims do not furnish leather seats, still, they make you feel seated in an expensive car. Manual tilt and telescoping steering help the driver to go on long trips without getting fatigued. The third-row seats are easily foldable and can be converted into a bed by folding the second-row seats too. The massaging function on the higher trims enriches the ride experience. In the cold weather, the completely heated seats get absolutely toasty. The infotainment touch screen is simple and comes with easy-to-learn menus. Supports Apple Carplay and Android Auto and gets all the basic tasks done.The 6-speaker sound system is not complaining. Optional 9-speaker Bose sound assures a proper balance of lows and mids but distorts at high volume.

The fully digital instrument cluster is bright and sharp. Outlander offers various modern driving aids, but its traffic adaptive cruise control and lane-centering assist work poorly. Depending upon the selected driving mode, the engine noise reaches the cabin when roaring the car at high speed. Along with the first row, rear-seated passengers are also gifted with climate controls. Despite having a length of 5-seater cars, it offers 7 seats. It has a total passenger volume of 125.5 cu.-ft. The front row dimensions are 40.6 inches for headroom, 41.7 inches for legroom, and 57.9 inches for the shoulder. The second-row dimensions include – 39.1 inches for headroom, 39.9 inches for legroom, and 55.9 inches for the shoulder. Third row – 34.4 inches for headroom, 18.7 inches for legroom, and 51.2 inches for the shoulder.

Model

2023 

Mitsubishi Outlander

2023 

Hyundai Tucson

2023

Volkswagen Tiguan

2023 

Kia Sportage

Passenger Capacity

 

7

 

5

 

7

 

5

First Row (Head/shoulder/legroom

 

40.6/57.9/41.7 inches

 

40.1/57.6/41.4 inches

 

 39.6/57/40.2 inches

 

39.6/57.5/41.4 inches

Second Row (Head/shoulder/legroom)

 

39.1/55.9/39.9 inches

 

39.5/56/41.3 inches

 

39.1/55.9/36.6 inches

 

39.4/55.6/41.3 inches

Third Row (Head/shoulder/legroom)

 

34.4/51.2/18.7 inches

 

N/A

 

33.3/47.8/27.9 inches

 

N/A

Cargo Capacity behind first row (cu.-ft)

 

79.9 cu-ft

 

80.3 cu-ft

 

65.3 cu.-ft

 

74.1 cu.-ft

Cargo capacity behind the second row (cu,-ft)

 

33.5 cu.-ft

 

38.7 cu-ft

 

33 cu.-ft

 

39.6 cu.-ft

Cargo capacity behind the third row (cu,-ft)

 

11.7 cu.-ft

 

N/A

 

12 cu.-ft

 

N/A

Rivalry is already classified here in 7-seater and 5-seater SUVs. The 2023 Outlander provides a more roomy interior than the 2023 Tiguan. The new Tiguan offers a mere high cargo capacity behind the third row. New Tucson and the Sportage are furnished with competitive spacious cabins. Behind the first row, the Tucson offers better cargo space while the Sportage has a larger cargo capacity behind the second row.

These features are also assigned in the interior of the new Outlander–

  • Power rear windows
  • Front Cup holder
  • Rear cup holder
  • Proximity Key Doors with push button start
  • Driver foot rest
  • Illuminated locking glove box
  • Interior ambient lights
  • Daynight auto-dimming rearview mirror
  • Cargo space lights
  • Digital analog appearance
  • Front center armrest
  • Rear center armrest
  • Perimeter alarm
  • Engine immobilizer

How Intuitive is the 2023 Mitsubishi Outlander Infotainment system?

The Outlander proposes an either 8 or 9-inch infotainment touch screen, depending upon the variant you elect. Most of the tasks are operated through the screen and it supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. However, the 9-inch infotainment screen provides the convenience of connecting iPhones wirelessly. The integrated navigation system works decently. The voice controls also don’t provide an enamored experience. As a package on the SE, you get auto-dimming outside mirrors. The Mi-pilot assist ecosystem provides healthy features that sometimes work poorly. Standard 6 -speaker audio system is not satisfying, but an optional 10-speaker Bose system is pretty much loud and clear.

Highlights of the Infotainment system—

  • Mitsubishi connect
  • HD Radio
  • Wireless charging pad
  • Steering wheel controls on the phone
  • Integrated roof antenna
  • Speed compensated volume control
  • Fully digital instrument cluster
  • Audio and voice recognition
  • USB ports
Exterior

Despite the roomy interior the Outlander provides, it also carries a better road presence than most of its rivals. The appearance of the vehicle genuinely possesses the sense of styling, modern technology, and a powerful large car. Its size does not match the segment it belongs to. The shiny chrome panels across the front grille make it look more luxurious and expensive. Usual 18-inch alloys on the ES feel a little shorter, but the 20-inch alloys on the SE and SEL truly match the perspective. The lighting functions of the car are divided into 3 approaches. The LED DRLs provide proper visibility, meanwhile, sharp turn indicators remind us of the Nissan Rogue. It carries a wheelbase of 106.5 inches. The length of the Outlander measures 185.4 inches. Without the mirrors, it is 74.4 inches wide. It is 68.8 inches high from the ground and has a minimum ground clearance of 8.4 inches.

Model

2023 

Mitsubishi Outlander

2023 

Hyundai Tucson

2023

Volkswagen Tiguan

2023 

Kia Sportage

Curb Weight (lbs)

 

3593 lbs

 

3329 lbs

 

3765 lbs

 

3373 lbs.

Length (in.)

185.4 inches

182.3 inches

186.1 inches

183.5 inches

Width (in.)

74.4 inches

73.4 inches

72.4 inches

73.4 inches

Height (in.)

68.8 inches

65.6 inches

66.4 inches

65.4 inches

Ground Clearance (in.)

8.4 inches

7.1 inches

7.4 inches

7.1 inches

Wheelbase (in.)

106.5 inches

108.5 inches

109.9 inches

108.5 inches

All new 2023 Tiguan has the longest wheelbase in the segment. Hyundai Tucson and the Kia Sportage are based on the same wheelbase. The new Outlander is the widest car but the Tiguan measures a little longer. Keeping the curb weight aside, the Tucson and the Sportage deliver similarities in every dimension. Mitsubishi offers the highest ground clearance but has the shortest wheelbase.

Highlights of the exterior features include—

  • Tire mobility kit
  • Clearcoat paint
  • Chrome side window trims
  • Body colored handles
  • Speed sensitive rain detecting wipers
  • Lip spoiler
  • Black grille within chrome accents
  • LED Brake lights
  • Roof rails
  • Front fog lamps 
  • Front parking sensors
  • Poer liftgate rear cargo access
  • Auto on-off composite LED low and high beam headlights
Safety

The 2023 MitsubishiOutlander scored overall ratings of 5-stars from the NHTSA. It scored 4 stars on frontal and the rollover crash tests, while on the side crash test it scored 5 stars. Along with the rear child safety locks and multi-view camera system it is equipped with many safety features.

  • Cruise control-steering assist
  • Driver monitoring alert
  • Collision mitigation for front
  • Dual stage driver and passenger airbags
  • Airbag occupancy sensors
  • Front and rear parking sensor
  • Aerial view camera
  • Tire pressure monitoring system for each tire
  • Collision mitigation back
  • Side impact beams
  • Blind spot monitoring
Competition

2023 Mitsubishi Outlander vs. 2023 Hyundai Tucson

With a $1000 more, the all-new Mitsubishi Outlander provides an extra row in the cabin to occupy 7 passengers. The Tucson has better mileage figures and it also carries lesser curb weight. The Outlander offers a longer size, but the Tucson is engineered on a comparatively longer wheelbase. Integrated LED lights on the front grille of Tucson look good but the Road presence of the Outlander stands it apart from the competition. The Interior of Tucson is made for 5 people, but the third-row passengers on the new Outlander feel restricted legroom.

2023 Mitsubishi Outlander vs. 2023 Volkswagen Tiguan

With a slightly lesser price, the Tiguan has a lot more to offer like – more length, more power a more roomy interior. Pairing with 8-speed automatic transmission, it generates more torque than the Outlander. Outlander has offered more ground clearance for uneven pathways. The Tiguan has a longer wheelbase, but the Outlander has offered better cargo space behind the first row. With more top speed, the Tiguan catches the 0-60mph speed faster. Taking an advantage of lesser curb weight, the Outlander runs a quarter-mile faster. 

2023 Mitsubishi Outlander vs. 2023 Kia Sportage

Running on the same engine, the Sportage makes more power than the outlander. The 8-speed automatic transmission with more top speed steers the car faster. The Kia is a 5-seater with elegant fuel economy, but the Outlander offers 7 seats with a roomy cabin. The front of the Sportage looks sportier, while the exterior appearance of the Outlander indicates ruggedness and a sturdy feel. Despite having a shorter length, Kia is furnished with a larger wheelbase. To make us feel like seated in a big car, the Outlander has comparatively more height and ground clearance.

Final Verdict

Definitely, it will be a better choice over most of the rivals in the segment. With a little higher price, it delivers the features and functions of the flagship cars. The interior of the car feels luxurious. Easy ride and handling, comfortable seats with adjustments deliver a soothing experience to the driver and the passengers. Looking at the rigidness, driving modes, ground clearance, and the value it delivers, CARHP recommends this vehicle.

Features

vehicle bio
base price

$26395

body style

dr SUV

dimensions
length

185.4 in

wheelbase

106.5 in

width

74.7 in

curb weight

3593 lbs

Height

68.7 in

Ground Clearance

8.3 lbs

capacity
passenger volume

125.5 cu ft

cargo volume

79.7 cu ft

passenger capacity

5 Seats


Mitsubishi Outlander 5 year Cost To Own


Cash Price(MSRP)
$28,674
5 Year Cost To Own
$49,885
Total 5 year Cost To Own -  $49,885
Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5total
Depreciation$9,268$1,740$1,646$1,931$1,830$16,415
Insurance$1,400$1,449$1,500$1,552$1,607$7,508
Fuel$2,091$2,153$2,218$2,284$2,353$11,099
Maintenance$337$941$560$2,012$2,743$6,593
RepairsNANANANA$730$730
Financing Interest$1,542$1,240$918$575$207$4,482
Taxes and Fees$2,409$179$168$157$145$3,058
Total Cost-To-Own$17,047$7,702$7,010$8,511$9,615$49,885
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