Mitsubishi Outlander 2013 | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine

September 7th, 2012 | Category: Mitsubishi, SUV | 1253 Views

Mitsubishi Outlander 2013 | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine. – Now, The 2013 Mitsubishi Outlander represents the final version of the current generation, as a full redesign is due late next year. For 2013, all Outlander models get heated side mirrors, while SE and GT trims get heated front seats.

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Despite staying rather quiet last year product wise, Mitsubishi actually enjoyed a very strong sales comeback, led by its new Outlander Sport compact crossover. That crossover’s larger cousin, the Outlander, has remained largely under the radar for most consumers, with a modest 2010 facelift eking out a bit of sales life for a model that has been making the rounds since 2006. That will change in 2013 with the introduction of this new Outlander, which moves away from the single frame grille in favor of a more horizontally oriented look.

Still rather sharp looking, the current Mitsubishi Outlander will be seven years old this spring. That’s about average for an automotive life cycle, and it will come to a close when the company introduces the third generation Outlander at the 2012 Geneva auto show. (Remember that the Outlander is not the same as the smaller Outlander Sport, which was introduced for 2011.). Even with a debut around the corner, the new Outlander’s arrival in U.S. dealers isn’t imminent. An appearance at an American auto show isn’t likely until 2013, and sales won’t start before the spring of that year. Because of that, information about our Outlander is still scarce.

For 2013, with a redesigned 2014 model waiting in the wings, the Outlander hangs in, managing to look surprisingly fresh faced in terms of features, performance, and presentation. Thanks in part to a mild restyle and the introduction of a sharp Outlander GT model in 2010, Mitsubishi has kept this crossover up to date with some soft touch surfaces and modern info screens inside, in addition to the Outlander’s generally faultless proportions and details. The Evo influenced shark like snout helps give the design some punch, too. Size wise, the Outlander is a compact crossover ute by U.S. market sensibilities, yet judging by its interior it has a lot in common with mid sizers including its third row seat, which is simply too small for adults but doable for kids.

Mitsubishi Outlander 2013 Price :
Pricing for the new Mitsubishi Outlander 2013 has been set at  $22,695 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the Mitsubishi Outlander 2013 we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.

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Mitsubishi Outlander 2013 Interior :
>. The new third generation Outlander’s styling remains virtually unchanged from its concept form, with only minor elements not carried over to the production model.
>. The vertical LED strips in the concept’s front bumper have disappeared, while the grille, headlights and front bumper have all been massaged into a simpler form.
>. Mitsubishi has held back on making the new Outlander larger than its predecessor, with the overall length shrinking by 10mm, and width is down by 5mm. Wheelbase remains unchanged at 2670mm.
>. Today’s unveiling also offers a first look at the new Outlander’s interior, revealing a more upmarket cabin than the outgoing model, with silver and gloss-black highlights dominating the dash.

The Outlander’s cabin feels distinctly austere and masculine, all square lines and clean surfaces devoid of the accents and flourishes seen in rivals striving for a more premium environment. On one hand, the interior’s unadorned utility complements the Outlander’s more rugged, all weather credentials. You probably won’t cringe if you scuff the door panel with a Leatherman. Outlander GT models step it up a bit with soft touch upper instrument panel and door trim, with eye catching double-stitch accents. But folks considering one of the other, more mainstream trims will wonder why the cabin is not as nice as that seen in a Ford or Kia. The Outlander’s steering wheel tilts but doesn’t telescope, something taller drivers should consider. The Fuse system allows you to make phone calls and access your iPod via voice commands, and is relatively intuitive to use.

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Mitsubishi Outlander 2013 Exterior :
The 2013 Mitsubishi Outlander is available in three trim levels: ES, SE and GT. The entry-level ES is equipped with a four cylinder engine and comes standard with 16-inch steel wheels, roof rails, heated side mirrors, LED taillamps, air conditioning, cruise control, remote keyless entry, full power accessories, a leather wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, cloth upholstery, reclining rear seats and a six-speaker sound system with a CD player and an auxiliary audio input jack.

The SE adds 18 inch alloy wheels, foglights, turn signals in the mirrors, keyless ignition/entry, upgraded gauges and upholstery, automatic climate control, heated front seats, sliding second row seats, third-row seats, steering column mounted paddle shifters, a six disc CD changer and the Fuse hands free link system that integrates voice controls for iPod and Bluetooth devices.

• With a development of our Mitsubishi petrol and Clean Diesel engines. In Europe, the new Outlander will be made available with a choice of two different engines: 1. MMC’s “4J11” a 110 kW (150ps) 2.0 l MIVEC petrol now fitted with an all new valve train2. MMC’s “4N14” a 110 kW (150ps) 2.2 Clean Diesel with many innovative features to include an ultra low 14.9:1 compression ratio. Further improvements allow for high performance and low emissions.
• With an all new Automatic Stop & Go system3
• With an all new 6 speed automatic gearbox.3
• Through weight reduction (optimisation of the body structure, further use of high-tensile strength steel pressings).
All improvements leading to a much better fuel economy and emissions, down to a minimum target of below 130 g/km.3
Advanced Safety:
• With the introduction of Adaptive Cruise Control system.3 This system maintains a safe distance to the vehicle in front, even at very low speeds when experiencing heavy traffic congestion.
• With the introduction of Forward Collision Mitigation system.3 This system detects obstacles on the road ahead of the vehicle and automatically applies the brakes to help preventing a collision.
• With the introduction of Lane Departure Warning system.3 This system warns the driver that their vehicle is about to depart from its lane through a visual warning display and a buzzer.
• With the introduction of Super-HiD “Wide Vision” xenon headlamps.3 Approximately 1.4 times more powerful than conventional HID headlights, they provide a 1,350 lumen beam that shines over an extremely wide area of 80°x 2 in total, instead of the 42° x 2 of conventional HiDs.

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Mitsubishi Outlander 2013 Engine :
The Mitsubishi Outlander ES and SE are powered by a 2.4 liter four cylinder engine that makes 168 horsepower and 167 pound feet torque. The GT has a 3.0 liter V6 that’s good for 230 hp and 215 lb ft of torque. Four cylinder Outlanders come standard with a continuously variable transmission (CVT), while the V6 powered GT uses a traditional six-speed automatic. Both have manual shift capability.

All wheel drive is offered as an option on the SE and GT, while the ES is front wheel drive only. The AWD system offers different driver selectable modes to optimize traction in varying conditions. The GT’s all wheel drive system features an improved front differential, plus additional driving modes. A 2.4 liter four cylinder engine and continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) remain the motivation for base ES and mid level SE models, but it’s not a combination we can imagine going to anything but cost conscious fleets. It’s a pretty miserable combination both in quickness and in noise and vibration. Outlander GT models come with a 230 horsepower, 3.0 liter V-6 that’s pretty much the four’s opposite smooth and refined, although not all that punchy at the low revs either. The six speed automatic makes it quick and responsive and includes shift paddles. And the combination really isn’t that much worse for gas mileage. Source:,,

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