2016 Mitsubishi Outlander


The 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander comes with a new design. After a mid-cycle revive, the third era of average size crossover proceeds with where the current models stoped, however doesn’t generally repeat the performances of its older antecedents.

Dissimilar to more established renditions of the Outlander, the new model disposes of performance-focused commute, for more businesslike decision which helps productivity and solace. The 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander still doesn’t come with anything progressive, yet this doesn’t mean it is a terrible decision. It’s quite normal, particularly in mid-review, and offers all that its rivals do, in addition to the third line of seats. Add to that the strong fuel economy, and you will come up with a nice family crossover.

2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Styling

Exterior

Configuration is basically switched in advance, yet backside gets its own, new components too. What is totally a fresh movement for Japanese maker, the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander’s front fascia receives a vast, open-mouth lower air intake, limited by a couple of chrome stripes above and chrome plated limits on the flanks. Modern headlights are fitted in the middle of these lines. The sides remain practically unaltered, except the new, metallic side stripe which is placed on the back bumper too.

At the back, much more honed and longer backlights are placed at the tailgate’s most astounding point. They practically merge with the glass and veil themselves like a chameleon, particularly with the red body color.

Interior

Inside appears to be somewhat flat at first sight, yet it isn’t actually. The dashboard is pleasantly bent and sufficiently tough to bolster huge instrument board which is tilted towards the driver. In this shine group, you’ll discover a touch screen in charge of all infotainment controls. Despite the fact that the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander isn’t precisely the greatest fair size crossover, regardless it packs 3 lines of seats which will be very refreshing for big families.

The base ES models are somewhat without some, generally, standard highlights. For example, they don’t get Bluetooth or touch screens. The SE trim includes this, and a lot more, like heated front seats and double zone air conditioning. In the end, the GT variant comes with premium cowhide seats, sunroof, and power tailgate.

The safety highlights are sufficient, and separated from standard frameworks, you’ll get a forward-impact warning, lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control and back view cam.

The Engine range and MPG

As far as the engine is concerned, the base model gets a 2.4 l 4-cylinder engine which is able to deliver 166 hp and 162 lb-ft of torque. The GT variant comes with the more grounded, 3.0 l V-6 engine which is capable of producing 224 hp and 215 lb-ft of torque. While the base engine is offered in both FWD and AWD, the GT models are offered only as AWD. Besides that, their separate transmission alternatives are truly distinctive as well.

While the base models get the CVT, the GT models are paired with a 6-speed automatic. When it comes to fuel economy, the base engine is rated at 25/31 mpg with FWD and 24/29 mpg for AWD, while the V-6 engine is rated at 20/28 mpg.

2016 Mitsubishi Outlander side view3

2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Price

Costs ought to stay in the same range as the current model’s, meaning that it will be priced in the range from $23,500 to $28,500 for the base model.

The biggest competitors are: Kia Sorento and Toyota Rav4.

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