Mitsubishi Outlander Overview
The most notable exterior update on the 2016 Outlander is the new design for the grille, headlights, and surrounding areas. Mitsubishi says the updates aren't just skin-deep, with upgraded suspension, structural rigidity, and efforts in noise reduction. The new CVT is also claimed to offer improved acceleration and shift feel. ES, SE, and SEL trims come with a 166-hp, 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine. The top-tier GT trim gets a 224-hp, 3.0-liter V6. Forward-collision mitigation, lane-departure warning, and adaptive cruise control are all features available on SEL and GT trims. Improving on the current Outlander shouldn't be hard, but what Mitsubishi really needs is a home run.
A subscription to ConsumerReports.org includes Consumer Reports road test reports (based on over 50 different tests).
Mitsubishi Blog Content
Products & Services
Airline travel Appliance stores Brokerage services Car insurance Computer stores Credit cards Customer service Pharmacies Electronics stores Extended warranties Eyeglass stores
Home insurance Hotel rooms Outlet stores Prepaid cards Retail stores Rewards cards Shopping websites Sporting goods stores Store credit cards Supermarkets
Buy Blu-ray players Buy camcorders Buy car seats Buy clothes dryers Buy coffeemakers Buy computers Buy cordless phones Buy digital cameras Buy dishwashers Buy GPS
Buy gas grills Buy lawn mowers Buy microwave ovens Buy printers Buy ranges Buy refrigerators Buy TVs Buy vacuum cleaners Buy washing machines
Best Buy Drugs Health Insurance Plan Rankings Heart Surgeon Ratings Hospital Ratings ADHD Allergies Back Pain