Australian specs and pricing have been confirmed for the new 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander SUV range ahead of its showroom arrival in November.
At launch, pricing opens at $34,490 plus on-road costs for the five-seat ES 2WD variant and tops out at $49,990 plus on-roads for the seven-seat Exceed Tourer AWD model.
Pricing for the plug-in hybrid version will be announced early in 2022.
Built on the same platform as the new Nissan X-Trail, the new Outlander is larger than the outgoing model. The new car measures 4710mm long, 1862mm wide, and 1745mm tall with a 2706mm wheelbase.
For context, it’s 51mm wider, 38mm taller, and 15mm longer than before to be precise, with a 36mm longer wheelbase.
Along with additional room, there’s more safety tech. Autonomous emergency braking (forward and reverse), lane-keeping assist, rear cross-traffic assist, blind-spot assist, a surround-view camera, driver attention monitoring and a new centre airbag between the front seats are all included.
All variants are powered by a 2.5-litre naturally-aspirated four-cylinder petrol engine producing 135kW of power and 245Nm of torque. It’s matched to a CVT automatic transmission with eight pre-programmed steps to mimic a conventional automatic.
All-wheel drive models will feature an updated version of Mitsubishi’s Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) system which the brand says will make it more capable than the outgoing model. The system gets improved torque vectoring and a new clutch-based centre coupling.
Scroll below for each grade’s equipment highlights.
The new Outlander is available to order now with deliveries set to commence in November 2021.
2022 Mitsubishi Outlander pricing (excludes on-road costs):
ES 2WD 5-seat – $34,490 (+$2000)
ES 2WD 7-seat – $35,490 (new)
ES AWD 5-seat – $36,990 (+$2000)
LS 2WD 7-seat – $37,990 (+$2500)
LS AWD 7-seat – $40,490 (+$2500)
Aspire 2WD 7-seat – $41,490 (new)
Aspire AWD 7-seat – $43,990 (new)
Exceed AWD 7-seat – $47,990 (+$4000)
Exceed Tourer AWD 7-seat – $49,990 (new)
2022 Mitsubishi Outlander equipment highlights:
Outlander ES
18-inch alloy wheels
7.0-inch trip computer display
9.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system
Wireless Apple CarPlay
Wired Android Auto
Dual-zone climate control, second-row air vents
40/20/40 folding second row
Trailer stability assist
Hill start assist
Hill descent control
Driver attention monitoring
Autonomous emergency braking
Blind-spot monitoring with braking assist
Lane departure warning with lane-keep assist
Emergency lane-change warning with auto-braking
Adaptive cruise control
Reversing camera with front and rear parking sensors
Traffic sign recognition
Outlander LS adds
Privacy glass
Rolling cargo blind
Leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter
Keyless entry and start
Wireless phone charging
USB power for rear passengers
Power tailgate with hands-free opening
Auto-dimming rear-view mirror
Heated, power-folding door mirrors
Automatic headlights with auto high-beam
Silver exterior garnish, roof rails
LED fog lamps
Rain-sensing windscreen wipers
Rear cross-traffic alert and
Reverse automatic emergency braking
Outlander Aspire adds
20-inch alloy wheels
Microsuede and faux leather seat trim
Power driver’s seat with lumbar support
Heated front seats
12.3-inch digital instrument cluster
Head-up display
Auto-levelling headlights
Surround-view camera
Outlander Exceed adds
Colour-coded exterior garnishes
Panoramic sunroof
Sunshades for rear passengers
Leather seat trim (black or grey)
Memory for driver and passenger seat
Bose sound system
Tri-zone climate control
Outlander Exceed Tourer adds
Two-tone exterior body colour
Two-tone high-grade leather interior (black and saddle tan)
Massaging front seats
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