The 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander is the latest in a line of unique, efficient, and powerful compact crossover utility vehicles. With seating for seven passengers, an incredible low MSRP of $22,995, and a towing capacity of up to 3,500 lbs, the new Outlander really has it all.
The 2016 model is updated from the previous model year with over 100 changes to the style, capability, and driving comfort. The brand new grille is a standout design that sets the 2016 Outlander apart, and improved cabin quietness makes for an all-around more enjoyable ride. All trims of the Outlander come with a 4-cylinder engine that still manages to pack quite a punch and deliver exciting performance and capabilities.
The Outlander is a fantastic family vehicle thanks to its many safety features, including RISE technology, or Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution, and active stability control. Features like this make the new Outlander not only a good and reliable car for families but also a great vehicle for traveling.
2016 vs. 2015 - Over 100 Improvements!
Even if you have a great product, an overhaul can still bring your product’s excellence to a whole new, innovative level. While we at Biggers Mitsubishi were fans of the previous Outlander SUV for the 2015 model year, we were stunned at what Mitsubishi did on the new 2016 model.
This mid-cycle refreshed sport utility vehicle has added over 100 improvements for the 2016 model year—and yet remains one of the most affordable three-row vehicles on the market.
Completely redesigned this year, the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander has some fantastic changes that deserve to be highlighted. The most obvious alteration is the sleek exterior styling and more pronounced front grille known as Dynamic Shield, which will be the template for future Mitsubishi vehicles. The LED DRLs with full LED headlamps is also a bright spot on the 2016 Outlander, as are the 18-inch alloy wheels, enhanced suspension/shocks, and tougher bumpers.
Inside, the latest Outlander is more refined. Its cabin is filled with delicate touches like high-quality stitching and lining. All of the 2016 infotainment aspects have been enhanced, including improved audio and visual quality, user interface, navigation, and acoustics insulation. The rear door now has better glass, paneling, insulation, trim, and weatherstripping.