The 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander will be available at U.S. dealers by April 2021. Its prices are already set.
Currently, the SUV comes with a sole powertrain which comprises a 4-cylinder engine with a displacement of 2.5 liters and 181 hp/181 lb-ft of power/torque. It works in combination with CVT and FWD (standard).
An $1800 S-AWC all-wheel-drive system can be selected as an option. The 2022 model will have a plug-in hybrid variant too. Fuel efficiency figures are 24/31/27 mpg (city/highway/combined).
Three grades are on offer now: entry-level ES at $25,795, mid-level SE at $28,845, and top SEL that that costs $31,945. Prices don’t include an $1195 destination charge.
For comparison: rivals of the Outlander, the 2021 models, have the following prices: Nissan Rogue $25,650-36,830, Toyota RAV4 $26,050-35,980, Volkswagen Tiguan $25,245-39,095, Honda CR-V $25,350-35,150.
The 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander’s standard features include a third row for 7-passenger seating, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, blind-spot warning, automatic braking forward and rear, 18-inch wheels (20-inch ones are optional). The Mitsubishi Connect remote services are available from the SE trim.
Additional packages customers can have at extra pay are a $1,000 Convenience Package, a $2,300 SE Tech Package, a $2,700 SEL Touring Package, a limited Launch Package for SEL and SE.
The last adds a chrome hood badge, light-up ground logo, Dynamic Shield Illumination, Amazon Echo Auto, a 6-month Amazon Prime Music subscription.
Mitsubishi offers an attractive warranty: 5 years/60,000 miles; the powertrain guarantee is 10 years/100,000 miles.