Cruise control, and dual-zone climate control (which allows the driver and front passenger to set their own temperatures).
All automatic Outlander variants are equipped with autonomous emergency braking, which Mitsubishi calls Forward Collision Mitigation.
An MP3 compatible sound system with AM/FM and digital radio, USB inputs (front and rear seats), Bluetooth connectivity for phone calls and audio streaming, and voice control.
A touchscreen with Mitsubishi’s Smartphone Link Display Audio, which allows you to display some apps from compatible phones on the screen and control them from there (via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto).
A leather-trimmed steering wheel and gear shift handle, and controls on the wheel for operating the cruise control, speed limiter, the sound system and your phone.
Power-operated lumbar support for the driver’s seat.
A reversing camera, and rear parking sensors.
Dusk-sensing headlights, rain-sensing windscreen wipers and auto-dimming rear-view mirror.
Hill-start assist, which helps you take off on uphill slopes by controlling the brakes for you.
Long-lived LED daytime running lights and taillights. Windows tinted to reduce sun penetration. Roof rails, which make it easier to fit rooftop luggage systems.
Eighteen-inch aluminium alloy wheels, and a full-size spare wheel.
Seven airbags. Electronic stability control, which can help the driver to control a skidding car.
Almost any Outlander can be purchased with a Safety Pack (ADAS) that comprises adaptive cruise control
(which can match the speed of a vehicle in front automatically), autonomous emergency braking
, Lane departure warning, and headlamps that switch to low beam by themselves when required. (The exceptions are the least costly Outlander, the ES 2WD five-seat with a manual gearbox, and the least costly seven-seater, the ES 2WD seven-seat auto.)
(For the placement of airbags, and for more on Outlander safety systems, please open the Safety section below.)
Every Mitsubishi Outlander carries a five-year, 100,000 kilometre warranty.