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2022 Mitsubishi Outlander SEL S-AWC | 7-Passenger |

Heated Leather Seats Front & 2nd Row , Heated Steering Wheel, Power Panoramic Sunroof, Blind Spot Warning


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Heated Leather Seats Front & 2nd Row , Heated Steering Wheel, Power Panoramic Sunroof, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Lane Departure Warning, Steering Wheel Mounted Adaptive Cruise & Audio Controls, 9” Smartphone Link Display Audio with Android Auto / Apple CarPlay, Sirius XM Satellite Radio, Bluetooth 2.0 Handsfree Cell Phone Interface, 60/40 Split-Folding 2nd Row Seats with Recline, Multi-View Camera System, Rain-Sensing Windshield Wipers, 3rd Row Fold-Flat Seat, Forward Collision Mitigation, Adaptive Cruise Control, Power Liftgate, Auto High Beam, Headlamp Washers, 20” Two-Tone Alloy Wheels, 2.5L DOHC 4-Cyl Engine, CVT Automatic Transmission & Paddle Shifters, Super All-Wheel Control with Drive Mode Selector (Eco /Normal /Snow /Gravel /Tarmac /Mud), Balance of Factory Warranty and only 27,635 KM

Open the door of the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander SEL and prepare to be impressed. Clean design, simple controls, high-tech displays, and premium leather upholstery with contrast stitching and quilting collectively give this version of the SUV a definitively upscale look and feel. Slide in, use the 8-way power adjuster to find a proper driving position, and you’ll find impressive comfort coupled with an expansive view over a squared-off hood. Heated front seats, densely padded armrests, and a thick-rimmed steering wheel all contribute to seating satisfaction.

The Mitsubishi Outlander is totally new for 2022. This 3-row crossover SUV now shares a chassis and powertrain with the Nissan Rogue, its corporate cousin from the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance.

THE VERDICT: The 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander is leaps and bounds better than the vehicle it replaces. The redesigned SUV is more comfortable, more enjoyable to drive, and better built than its forebear. Credit the 2022 Outlander’s close kinship with the Nissan Rogue, a finalist in our 2021 SUV of the Year competition it shares a platform and powertrain with. Still, it’s not fair to simply call the Outlander a reskinned Rogue, as the Mitsubishi is longer, wider, and taller than the Nissan. The Outlander also features distinct styling and a third-row seat, the latter item missing entirely from the Rogue’s roster of features.

Built in Japan, the new 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander looks arguably great. It’s 0.6 inches longer than the previous model, with a wheelbase that has increased by 1.4 inches. This, together with an extra couple of inches of width, makes for a roomier cabin with an extra inch of legroom front and rear. As before, the Outlander continues to be sold as a 3-row crossover SUV with seven seats.

A 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine is on duty under the hood, where it sends 181 horsepower and 181 lb-ft of torque to the front (or all four) wheels via a continuously variable transmission (CVT) with eight pre-set steps or ratios. A standard drive mode selector lets the Outlander driver tailor this Mitsubishi SUV for varying road conditions. The 4-wheel-drive Outlander gets six settings (Normal, ECO, Tarmac, Gravel, and Snow), plus a Mud mode.

In addition to its attractive looks, the new Outlander has significantly more advanced driver-assist technology. This is highlighted by Mi-Pilot Assist. Mi-Pilot Assist is a suite of technologies that supplements active cruise control with stop and go, lane-keeping assist, lane-centering, and traffic-sign recognition. This semi-autonomous system helps to reduce driver stress on long highway road trips.

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Type: Vehicle
Year: 2022
Make: Mitsubishi
Model: Outlander
Trim: SEL
Body Style: Luxury SUV
Mileage: 27635
Transmission: CVT w/ Paddle Shifters
Price: $39,999
Bi-Weekly Payment: $295
Drivetrain: All-Wheel-Drive
Engine: 2.5L
Exterior Color: Red Diamond Pearl
Interior Color: Black Leather
Wheels: 20" Alloy
Fuel: Gasoline
Warranty: Transferable Factory
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