After years without a significant revamp, the Mitsubishi Outlander tackles the 2022 model year with a groundbreaking redesign. The new visuals and style inside and out make the Outlander feel like a breath of fresh air, prompting many people to ask how much it costs. The 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander is built to deliver on modern expectations without compromising traditional Mitsubishi value. Come see the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander at Frontier Mitsubishi in Grande Prairie, Alberta.
What is the Price of the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander?
Starting MSRP for the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander is $31,998. The ES S-AWC trim is the base trim, and it earns that MSRP through offering a respectable 2.5L engine, 7-passenger seating and advanced safety tech like a blind spot warning system. There are 6 other trims with slight increases in price until you reach the GT S-AWC Premium trim.
How Much Does Each Trim of the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander Cost?
The following list starts at the lowest trim and goes up to the highest. Since Super All-wheel Control (S-AWC) is standard instead of optional on the 2022 model year, expect to see it in the name of each trim.
- ES S-AWC: Starting MSRP $31,998
- SE S-AWC: Starting MSRP $34,648
- LE S-AWC: Starting MSRP $37,738
- LE S-AWC Premium: Starting MSRP $38,238
- SEL S-AWC: Starting MSRP $40,208
- GT S-AWC: Starting MSRP $41,678
- GT S-AWC Premium: Starting MSRP $42,178
What Standard Features Does the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander Have?
The safety features are what stick out most when it comes to standard features. Mitsubishi holds little back in terms of safety with every trim having access to a rear cross-traffic alert, a driver attention alert, a blind spot warning, forward collision mitigation and rear automatic emergency braking and far more.
Each trim also gets 7 seats, and the front two are heated. You will also find a 12V accessory outlet, type A, and type C USB ports in both the front and back of the vehicle interior. All steering wheels and gear shift knobs are wrapped in leather. Match this with a push-button start, Bluetooth, Android Auto™, and Apple CarPlay®, and then consider that the Outlander just gets better than that as you go up the ladder of trim levels.