The 2017 Outlander design is great for both off-road trails and hauling around the family. This model is made to be versatile, offering plenty of seating and storage space, a wide stance, and tall ground clearance. You’ll also find a range of new and improved features for 2017, from infotainment to safety options. Read on to learn more about the 2017 Outlander design.
So what’s new on this model? The 2017 Outlander comes with state-of-the-art smartphone connectivity, including both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. You’ll also find options like forward collision mitigation to keep you better protected, while blind-spot warning and rear cross-traffic alert are also optional. Standard features include thing like a rearview camera.
According to Car and Driver, the new Outlander design is bound to impress, offering convenient features like heated steering, adaptive cruise control, and automatic high-beams—each of which will keep you comfortable behind the wheel. The new Outlander also has enough room for up to seven, which is great for large families.
Don’t wait—test drive the 2017 Outlander at Heritage Mitsubishi today. This SUV comes with a revamped design that’s bound to impress, offering the latest features and a bold new look that you just can’t find elsewhere.
Mitsubishi is a brand known for small cars and affordable prices. And more recently, for the popularity and convenience of its sporty, adventurous SUV and crossover options. In the United States, we currently only have the Outlander and its twin the Outlander Sport. But we are excited about the possibility of more options rolling into the lineup in upcoming years.
As mentioned above, the Outlander is a great option for families. It has plenty of space for parents, kids, and everybody’s cargo. The Outlander Sport offers tons of great features and equipment. perfect for off-roading or a family road trip car.
Of course, in other countries like Australia, there are also vehicles like the ASX and Pajero Sport. While the ASX is built for urban living and practicality. It also offers a great, sleek style. Additionally, the Pajero Sport is more rugged, offering some of the best traction and a tough four-wheel drive system for off-road adventurers.
Want to know about Mitsubishi SUVs? First thing to know is that Mitsubishi is dedicated to bringing a new level of chic style. As well as performance capability to the segment in an affordable package for families and solo riders alike. Now check out what Heritage Mitsubishi has to offer.
The Detroit Auto Show is still going on, but even before it started, we had a peek at what Mitsubishi had to show off thanks to the Tokyo Auto Salon.
At the Salon, the automaker unveiled two pairs of Mitsubishi off-road concepts: Outdoor Gear concepts and Active Camper concepts, both based on the Outlander PHEV and the Delica D5 minivan.
The former were instantly notable for their distinguished pearl white matte paintjob with orange trim. Inside, this carried over as a black interior with orange trim and mesh fabric seats with grippy suede trim. The Outlander Outdoor Gear concept rode on 20-inch wheels with off-road tires and received a spoiler and bike rack on the roof.
The Active Camper Concepts featured 20-inch wheels and a matte silver paint with a black camo pattern that carried on inside. The Outlander received a new body kit, a roof box, adjustable suspension, and 1,500 watts of auxiliary power.
The Delica isn’t sold in the United States, but we hope to see some of these designs in action in Outlander models to come at Heritage Mitsubishi!
Mitsubishi doesn’t believe in the tired old phrase, “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it,” and the fresh style of the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander’s new look is evidence to that.
No one was clamoring for an update to the Outlander. In a crowded crossover market, the Mitsubishi Outlander has always been a high-performing model that’s only growing stronger in popularity across the country. So, no, the Outlander wasn’t broke – but Mitsubishi sure did fix it!
The Outlander’s new look debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November. Apart from its overall modern but still traditionally-sporty visage, the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander features power-folding side mirrors with LED turn indicators and new wheel arch molders for their 18-inch wheels. The interior was also refreshed, with a crisp 6.1-inch display and an auto-dimming rearview mirror with integrated Homelink buttons for increased ease and organization.
The power of the Outlander has not been touched, much to our relief, and the MSRP of $19,595 remains the same as well.
Chalk another one up to the Mitsubishi Outlander! It recently claimed a spot on Kelley Blue Book’s 10 Most Affordable 3-Row Vehicles list for 2015. This is the second year in which the Outlander has been recognized for its affordability.
Don Swearingen, Executive Vice President of MMNA, said, “The 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander is an outstanding value proposition and comes with a long list of standard safety features and amenities, and for 2016, the Outlander will feature bold new styling and over 100 key engineering and interior refinements, adding even more value to an already feature-laden vehicle.”
The seven-passenger SUV truly offers everything you want out of a vehicle at a price you won’t believe! Starting at just $23,195, the Outlander is loaded with high-tech, easy-to-use features, and is top notch when it comes to safety. Don’t forget it comes with one of the auto industry’s most comprehensive warranties as well. When the 2016 Outlander makes its way to dealerships, there will be even more to love, too (if that’s possible).
Don’t miss out on your chance to own the Outlander! Visit us at Heritage Mitsubishi and experience for yourself all there is to love about the Outlander.
It’s been an exciting week at the 2015 New York Auto Show with Mitsubishi finally dropping the curtain on the new 2016 Outlander. The fresh design language incorporated from the Outlander PHEV Concept-S seems geared towards U.S. resurgence and the improved quality of the fresh Outlander makes it a compelling crossover.
In all, Mitsubishi employed 100 design changes compared to last year’s model. An angular, muscular chrome grill dominates the front end accentuating its aggressive lines. The doorsills now sport silver cladding and the hatchback has a noticeable skid-plate for a more rugged effect.
The interior receives many new changes, from premium soft-touch materials to additional padding on the steering wheel – but the biggest improvement is what you can’t see. The new Outlander will be markedly quieter by way of acoustic windshield glass and sound deadening material located in wheel wells, side mirrors, and throughout its structure. Certainly the 2016 Outlander revamp will demand a test drive if you’re in the crossover market.
Mitsubishi has a runaway success on their hands, so come see the entire lineup of cars and SUVs at Heritage Mitsubishi.
If the Outlander is one of your favorite Mitsubishi vehicles, you aren’t alone—it’s been the best-selling vehicle in our lineup at Heritage Mitsubishi for quite a while, now.
So it makes sense that a lot of us are excited for the new, upcoming 2016 Outlander, which Mitsubishi has just teased will be arriving at the New York International Auto Show.
The debut of the refreshed model will reveal some interesting design changes. Early spy shots have shown that the automaker has been working on sprucing up both the front and rear of the car, and we have a feeling we’re going to love what they did with it.
In fact, if it looks anything like the Outlander PHEV Concept-S previously revealed at the 2014 Paris Motor Show, it’s all but inevitable.
The conference that will fully unveil the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander will take place on April 2 at 11:30am EST in New York. Save the date!