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Neil Cumins
Automotive Editor - October 31, 2018

2019 Mitsubishi Outlander OVERVIEW

The 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander represents an affordable route into SUV ownership, with four-wheel drive available across the range.

What's New for 2019

The 2019 Outlander has a raft of minor improvements, from the new headlights and grille to revised wheel designs. The cabin is quieter and better ventilated than before, while suspension and handling tweaks improve ride comfort. Higher trims receive power leather seats.

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Choosing Your Mitsubishi Outlander

Every Outlander is a five-door, seven-seater SUV with a continuously variable automatic transmission. Most models are powered by a 2.4-liter engine that generates 166 horsepower and 162 pound-feet of torque. This unit delivers an EPA-estimated 25 miles per gallon city, 30 mpg highway, and 27 combined with two-wheel drive, or 24/29/26 mpg (city/highway/combined) with Mitsubishi's All-Wheel Control (AWC) or Super-All Wheel Control (S-AWC) four-wheel-drive systems. S-AWC adds an active front differential plus dedicated modes for eco driving or snowy conditions.

Meanwhile, buyers of the flagship GT model get a 24-valve 3.0-liter engine delivering 224 hp and 215 lb-ft of torque. This unit is paired to a six-speed automatic gearbox. Unsurprisingly, fuel economy drops to 20/27/22 mpg.

AWC is only available on the entry-level ES trim and costs $1,500, while S-AWC is an additional $2,000 on SE and SEL models and standard on the top-of-the-line GT trims.


Entry-level Outlander ES models start at $25,825 (all prices include the $995 destination fee). For this, buyers receive a reasonable level of features and equipment, including a rearview camera, Bluetooth, and a seven-inch touchscreen. The side mirrors are powered and heated, while dual-zone climate control comes standard. Rear passengers enjoy privacy glass, their own heater vents, and a USB port for device charging.

Families with young children may be tempted by the $1,695 Entertainment Package, providing infrared wireless headphones and remote controls alongside a rear seat DVD player. Remote engine start costs $545, while rear park assist sensors are slightly cheaper at $465; adding front sensors to the rear ones costs $585 in total. It’s also possible to get blue LED illumination for the floor and shift gate for $375.


Upgrading to the SE trim costs $27,015, though differences with ES models are modest. The driver and passenger seats are powered and heated, while the shift knob is finished in leather. The touchscreen is enhanced with satellite radio, plus Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. This is the cheapest Outlander model available with the $2,000 S-AWC 4WD system, with its active front diff.

The $1,000 Convenience Package combines a powered glass sunroof, power folding side mirrors, blind-spot monitoring, lane change assist, and rear cross-traffic alert. It’s also possible to clad the mirrors and door handles in chrome for $370, while the same accessories available on the ES are again available for comparable prices.


For $28,415, Outlander SEL models gain some welcome creature comforts. These include automatic headlights and front wipers, folding side mirrors, a powered remote liftgate, blind-spot monitoring, lane change assist, and rear cross-traffic alert. The auto-dimming rearview mirror has Homelink built in, while seats are clad in premium leather.

For $2,000, buyers can add the Premium Package, which adds a powered glass sunroof, a heated steering wheel, LED headlights and fog lights, a surround-view camera system, and a nine-speaker Rockford Fostgate audio system. The $3,000 SEL Touring Package combines all of these features with four safety aids: forward collision mitigation, lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and automatic high beams. Options packages from lower down the Outlander range are also available at identical prices.


The range-topping GT retails for $34,515, as there are substantial differences between this and lesser models. For a start, there’s the 3.0-liter engine, six-speed automatic transmission, and standard S-AWC. Other standard features include a powered glass sunroof, a heated steering wheel, LED fog lights and headlights, the Rockford Fosgate stereo, and the surround-view camera system.

There’s one unique option on GT models, alongside other packages available across the range. For $1,000, buyers can acquire the GT Touring Package with forward collision mitigation, lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and auto high beams.

CarsDirect Tip

Unless you really need the grunt of a 3.0-liter engine, the SEL trim strikes the best balance between specification and value in the 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander lineup.

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