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By Cars.com Staff
October 20, 2011
Mitsubishi's Outlander crossover is available with front- or all-wheel drive. It can seat up to seven people. Competitors include the Hyundai Santa Fe and Toyota RAV4.
New for 2012 The ES model gains a new wheel cover design, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror with a backup camera is available. Also new is an Eco indicator.
Exterior Exterior features include:
Standard rear liftgate
Small rear tailgate flips down to make loading easier and supports up to 440 pounds
16-inch steel wheels with revised covers or available 18-inch alloy wheels
Available chrome-accented side sills
Aluminum roof provides lower center of gravity
Interior The Outlander ES can seat up to five people on front bucket seats, and a 60/40-split folding second-row seat can tumble forward. SE and GT models can seat up to seven with a standard two-person third-row seat that folds into the floor. Interior features include:
Standard air conditioning; cruise control; power windows, locks and mirrors; and a CD stereo
Optional automatic climate control, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls and Bluetooth connectivity
Optional 40-gigabyte hard drive-based navigation system with real-time traffic info
Optional leather seating surfaces
Optional heated front seats
Optional backup camera
Under the Hood ES and SE Outlanders have a 2.4-liter four-cylinder that makes 168 horsepower and a continuously variable automatic transmission. The 3.0-liter V-6 engine in the GT makes 230 hp and 215 pounds-feet of torque and drives a six-speed automatic transmission. Mechanical features include:
Front- or all-wheel drive
Regular (four-cylinder) or premium (V-6) gas
Safety Standard safety features include:
All-disc antilock brakes
Side-impact airbags for the front seats
Side curtain airbags for the first and second rows
Electronic stability system and traction control
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