Mitsubishi Outlander dimensions
Latest model: Mitsubishi Outlander SUV (2012)
Length: 178.9 (in) = 4545 (mm)
Width: 68.9 (in) = 1750 (mm)
Height: 65.7 (in) = 1670 (mm)
Compare Mitsubishi Outlander dimensions to: Honda CR-V, Subaru Forester, Nissan Qashqai, Hyundai Tucson
Mitsubishi Outlander details:
With assertive sheet metal and sharp handling, the 2012 Mitsubishi Outlander is the edgy alternative to the typical compact crossover. Mitsubishi Outlander SUV offers the following pros: Agile handling; useful back tailgate/liftgate design; spacious trunk area; lengthy warranty. Mitsubishi Outlander SUV drawbacks are: Plain dashboard treatment; flimsy, kid-size third-row seat; helm doesn't telescope.
The 2012 Mitsubishi Outlander is available in three trim levels: ES, SE and GT.
The entry-level ES is equipped with a four-cylinder motor and comes traditional with 16-inch metal wheels, roof rails, air-conditioning, cruise control, remote keyless entry, full performance accessories, a leather-wrapped helm with stereo controls, cloth upholstery, reclining back seatings and a six-speaker CD audio with an optional stereo input slot.
The SE adds 18-inch alloy wheels, foglights, turn-signal mirrors, keyless ignition/entry, updated gauges and upholstery, a six-disc CD changer, sliding second-row seatings, third-row seatings and steering-column-mounted paddle shifters.
All Mitsubishi Outlander GT models are powered by a 3. 0-liter V6 and come with all the above-mentioned features plus automatic xenon headlights, automatic wipers, automatic conditioning, chrome accents and soft-touch dashboard and door trim. The AWD GT also contains an active front differential, hill start assist and an advanced AWD mode selector.
SE models are eligible for the Luxury suite, which adds a sunroof, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a rearview camera, a nine-speaker Rockford Fosgate luxury audio system with radio and the soft-touch dashboard trim. The Touring suite is provided on GT models; it features most of the amenities in the Luxury suite and adds leather upholstery (front- and second-row seats), heated front seatings and a power-adjustable driver bench.
A hard-drive-based navigator with real-time traffic and digital-music cargo is available as a stand-alone feature for all trims, as are back parking sensors, Mitsubishi's Fuse hands-free link system, a back entertainment system and remote motor start. .