The release of the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander is about the closest thing to earthshattering news to come out of Mitsubishi. The new take on the Outlander is like a new take on Mitsubishi as a whole and one that is going to prove hard to resist. The futuristic, sharp design of the new design may not change much between trims, but it is the variety of trims available that matters here.
A jaw-dropping seven trim levels are available for the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander, allowing every driver to find the model that matches them. Even those who buy the base trim still reap the reward of the automaker’s legendary S-AWC technology. There’s something for everyone somewhere in the trim lineup, the only challenge is looking over each one to make sure you get the right fit for you. Review a pair of key features from each trim in the chart below.
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|ES S-AWC||2.5L DOHC MIVEC 4-Cylinder Engine||Drive Mode Selector|
|SE S-AWC||Triple-Zone Automatic Climate Control||Power Liftgate with Hands-Free Function|
|LE S-AWC||9-Inch Smartphone Link Display Audio System||Adaptive Cruise Control|
|LE S-AWC Premium||6-Way Power Driver’s Seat||Faux-Suede Appointed Seats|
|SEL S-AWC||Leather-Appointed Seats||12.3-Inch Full TFT Instrument Cluster|
|GT S-AWC||10.8-Inch Head-Up Display||9-Inch BOSE® Smartphone Link Display Audio System with 10 Speakers|
|GT S-AWC Premium||MI-PILOT Assist with Navi-Link||Semi-Aniline Two-Tone Leather-Appointed Seats|
Those drawn in by the new design of the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander should start with the SE S-AWC if trying to keep to a budget. Others should begin their search by exploring the GT S-AWC. The SE S-AWC trim offers more as a single step up from the base model than most competitors can claim. The GT S-AWC trim offers a lot of the most fascinating trims one would expect out of a top trim with the S-AWC Premium still worth reviewing if you think the GT S-AWC couldn’t get any better.