2022 Mitsubishi Outlander

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  • Overview

    A black 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander is angled left.

    First introduced back in the early 2000s, the Mitsubishi Outlander has long been a popular choice for drivers seeking a less common compact SUV with its own unique flavor. After skipping the 2021 model year, this capable and comfortable vehicle has come roaring back for 2022, fully redesigned inside and out. The 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander boasts futuristic styling, exceptional bad-weather performance, and an interior filled with up-to-date technology and plenty of luxury features. If you are looking for an innovative SUV that does not look like everything else on the road, then the all-new Outlander deserves your consideration.

    With a new and more powerful base engine and updated Super All-Wheel Control four-wheel drive, the 2022 Outlander can handle nearly anything. Plus, its three rows of seating and 40:20:40 split second-row seats gives you more options for moving both passengers and cargo than competing vehicles from other brands. With options like all-new three-zone automatic climate control, a fast-opening kick-activated power tailgate, and luxurious leather seating, this redesigned SUV is a high-end vehicle at an affordable price.


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  • Design

    A red 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander is driving on a road up high with trees behind it.

    The 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander is a unique vehicle. In the current sea of nearly identical crossover SUV models, the Outlander stands out for its individualistic design and one-of-a-kind features. If you are looking for a practical, comfortable, and stylish vehicle that does not look like every other SUV on your street, Mitsubishi’s new design is the best choice for your needs. With plenty of passenger seating, ample cargo space, numerous luxury features, and bold styling, the 2022 Outlander has it all.

    New Styling

    The 2022 Outlander marks an ongoing move towards unique styling for Mitsubishi models. Dubbed “I-Fu-Do-Do,” which is said to mean “Authentic and Majestic,” this new styling concept incorporates more chiseled lines and modern design elements. Perhaps the most eye-catching styling features of the new Outlander are the blended grille and running lights flanked by the large, low headlights. The nine striking exterior colors you can choose from further complement the new lines of the vehicle, with the new three-coat Black Diamond color is truly remarkable.


    Inside the 2022 Outlander, you will find a similar attention to detail, resulting in a luxurious cabin. There are six different interior color schemes to choose from, including the choice between fabric, suede, and leather upholstery. The rich brown and semi-aniline leather found in the SEL trim is a particularly striking choice, although all the higher trims benefit from quilted seats and real aluminum trim for a thoroughly premium experience.

    However, the cabin design is as practical as it is luxurious. Unlike most other vehicles in its class, the 2022 Outlander continues to offer three rows of seating for a total of up to seven passengers. This gives you greater flexibility than other compact models without having to upgrade to a larger and more expensive midsize or full-size SUV. Even better, the third row of seats folds flat into the cargo floor, giving you plenty of room in the back when the extra passenger space is not required. The second row also uses a 40:20:40 split instead of the more common 60:40 split, giving you even more options for transporting large items and people.


    Living up to its promise of luxury, the 2022 Outlander includes plenty of high-end features, including Mitsubishi’s first-ever three-zone automatic climate control system. This setup gives you separate climate controls for the driver, front passenger, and rear passengers, allowing everyone to stay happy. A massive power panoramic sunroof measuring over three feet in length is also available, providing both the front and rear seats with natural light and fresh air at the touch of a button. If you opt for the power tailgate with its hands-free kick-motion sensor, you will not only be able to load up the back more easily. You won’t have to wait around while the tailgate slowly opens - Mitsubishi has upgraded the system to open or close in just 4.5 seconds, cutting the time it takes nearly in half.

  • Technology

    The wheel and screen are shown in a 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander.

    If you are looking for a high-tech SUV, then the 2022 Outlander has what you are seeking. This redesigned model is filled with advanced infotainment and safety features that will keep you entertained and protected on the road. From the advanced MI-PILOT Assist system to the large interior displays, the redesigned Outlander is filled with helpful and desirable tech features.

    Driver Assist

    The new Outlander is filled with advanced driver-assist features, but the finishing touch is Mitsubishi’s MI-PILOT Assist. This cutting-edge system incorporates millimeter-wave radar Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Keep Assist to reduce driver load while cruising on the highway. Not only will it automatically adjust speed to stay a safe distance behind the car in front of you, but it can also use navigation link data to slow down when approaching sharp corners. The integration of Traffic Sign Recognition even means that MI-PILOT Assist can read the current speed limit and adjust speed accordingly.

    Other valuable driver-assist features that you will not find in many competitors include Rear Automatic Emergency Brake, which will prevent rear-end collisions, and reverse auto tilt door mirrors, which will automatically adjust the side mirrors to give you a better view behind the vehicle when you shift into reverse. While preventing high-speed collisions is crucial (and Mitsubishi certainly does that with its Forward Collision Mitigation System and Lane Departure Prevention), you are far more likely to accidentally back into something when maneuvering at low speeds.


    When it comes to keeping yourself and your passengers entertained on the road, the Outlander has you covered. The large eight-inch or nine-inch central touch screen services as a hub for Mitsubishi’s smartphone-link Display Audio system. This combination allows you to easily access all your favorite entertainment as well as important driving information. With Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, streaming music or displaying navigation details from your phone is a seamless process. And with the available ten-speaker Bose premium sound system, any music that you play in your Outlander will sound as good as if you had front-row seats to a live performance.

  • Performance

    A white 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander with bikes on the roof is driving on a dirt path toward mountains.

    Under the hood, the new 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander is equipped with a new 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine. This powerplant splits the difference between the two engine options found in the previous 2020 Outlander, providing better power and performance than the old 2.4-liter base engine and superior efficiency than the outgoing 3.0-liter V6 option. In hard numbers, the new 2.5-liter generates 181 horsepower and 181 lb-ft of torque, which is a substantial step up over the 166 horsepower and 162 lb-ft of torque provided by the previous 2.4-liter four-cylinder. With the upgraded engine, the 2022 Outlander is an even more enjoyable and capable vehicle than previously.

    Super All-Wheel Control

    While the new engine is already good news for fans of the Outlander, things get even better as we move down the powertrain. Mitsubishi has long been renowned for its state-of-the-art all-wheel drive systems, and the 2022 Outlander is no exception. Starting with the Mitsubishi Galant rally cars in the 1980s, Mitsubishi built a name for itself by building exceptional all-wheel drive systems. After years of competing at the highest levels of rally racing, Mitsubishi introduced its modern All-Wheel Control system in 2001 on the famed Lancer Evolution sports car. Today, Mitsubishi’s motorsports legacy continues to be leveraged to build SUVs like the 2022 Outlander that can handle the worst road conditions with confidence.

    The redesigned Outlander incorporates the latest version of Mitsubishi’s Super All-Wheel Control technology. This not only uses modern sensors and computers to better control wheel slip, but it also includes an all-new drive mode selector that allows you to optimize vehicle performance for the conditions at hand. With six different drive modes to choose from, including Tarmac, Gravel, Snow, and Mud, the 2022 Outlander is ready to conquer any terrain. Even if you choose not to opt for Super All-Wheel Control in your Outlander, you will still benefit from five selectable drive modes for greater confidence behind the wheel.

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