The 2021 Mitsubishi Outlander has hit the market with a new design. There are many different trim variations and features added to the new Mitsubishi Outlander SUV's design to explore. Find three different styles to choose from alongside several technology and safety upgrades.

What Makes the 2021 Model Different?

The first thing new Outlander shoppers will notice is the inclusion of a new model to the lineup. The SP trim level is a limited-edition model, which is an improved version of the LE trim. The new Outlander also has more USB ports and an adjustable lumbar support system. Enjoy an updated 8-inch touchscreen for extra entertainment. Mitsubishi is introducing a new Red Diamond color in the lineup as well.

The new models feature updated safety warnings that span from a lane-departure warning and a forward-collision warning. For added security, the Mitsubishi Outlander also has automatic high beams. There are two front row LCD screens to view and Apple CarPlay® or Android Auto™ integration for entertainment. The entertainment features are also Bluetooth® compatible with voice recognition.

The New Improved Engine

The new Outlander will come with a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine that features impressive torque and horsepower output. All trims of the Outlander come with front-wheel drive and have the option to upgrade to all-wheel drive for added grit.

Interior Upgrades

The interior of the Outlander has also had a facelift. The Outlander is one of the only crossovers to offer a seven-person seating capacity. The seats are roomy and comfortable and also have a sleek design with four-way adjustable front seats. The steering wheel and the gear shift are both adorned with leather trimming, which gives drivers a classier and more comfortable driving experience.

Mitsubishi pulled out all the stops on the creation of new Mitsubishi Outlander. Explore our new inventory today to get the latest updates on when you can expect to drive this new model.

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