The saturated crossover compact class would be rejuvenated with the rather snazzier cabin of the Mitsubishi Outlander that appears more styled out and clear than we have ever had in the Mitsubishi era. 

The three-row seating is quite useless but only in the virtual context and the mechanical titbits are taken on from the Nissan Rogue and that includes a somewhat unremarkable four-cylinder engine working out 181 horsepower. 

There happens to be a more athletic appeal and on-road mannerism that the new Mitsubishi is loaded with and the interiors are much more attractive with a simple refurbishment that Mitsubishi has made. 

A new driver of driver assistance feature loadings has taken place with new driver-assisted technologies and a new PHEV is also about to fall later with the fall of the Mitsubishi Outlander. 

Outlander’s Engine Gurgle

A 2.5 liter, inline four-cylinder engine has been the motivation of the Mitsubishi Outlander 2022. The engine is paired with a continuous variable transmission(CVT). 

All-wheel drive is kept as an optional gift but the front-wheel-drive goes as standard and although the acceleration doesn’t feel much of a lazier snail neither on the highways nor in the city. 

The outgoing model did some snail movements but the imminent fall of the Outlander at the hands of Mitsubishi does feel more tactful, impactful, and poised with a feather-touch foot on the throttle. 

The 20 inches wheels aren’t much of a helping hand to the noise that travels inside the cabin of the vehicle and there also happens to be a lack of isolation of the cabin. 

Mitsubishi also proclaimed a more potent PHEV to make a fall later on after the fall of the actual variant of the Outlander and this much is the only information that we have. 

A Glare On Its Price Bars

Including that of the Nissan Rogue, the rather pricing strategy for the Mitsubishi Outlander goes higher with a starting shy of $27,000 and despite the desirable features taken on by the Top SEL trims the rather value is pretty questionable and lends you near that of the Mazda CX-5.

These are some of the best possible prices that are set by Mitsubishi for Outlander 2022. 

Outlander VariantsPrices
Outlander ES26,990
Outlander SE30,040
Outlander SE Launch Version 31,190
Outlander SEL33,140
Outlander SEL Launch Edition 36,540

Treading Routes, Higher MPGs

Juxtaposing with that of the Nissan Rogue’s MPG ratings the Outlander falls short of nearing the former. With an all-wheel-drive rating near 24 in the city and 30 on the highway, the performance of the Nissan Rogue is more powerful than the Outlander. 

The startling 26 MPG was 6 less than the Nissan Rogue on the 75 highway economy route test. Therefore it might come as a shocking surprise that both the vehicles work on the same engine but the Outlander appears more of a sluggish performer than the Nissan. 

Security Features, Warranty Measures, Dealers

5 years/60,000 miles with the limited warrantyThe automated emergency braking system Ole Ben Franklin Mitsubishi
10 years/100,000 miles with the powertrain warrantyForward collision warning system Empire Pre-Owned Superstore
Complimentary scheduled maintenance is not includedRear cross-traffic alert, blind-spot monitoring, lane-keeping, and departure assist Larry H Miller Used Car Supermarket Sandy

The above-mentioned amalgamated tabular essence of the Mitsubishi Outlander holds the entire quintessential elements that one aspires to when owning a new Mitsubishi and right from the warranty schemes to the best of dealer pickings are made for the easing out experience we have aimed to give you. 

By Anurag Rathod

Anurag Rathod is an Editor of, who is passionate for app-based startup solutions and on-demand business ideas. He believes in spreading tech trends. He is an avid reader and loves thinking out of the box to promote new technologies.