2019 Mitsubishi Outlander - OFFROAD Test Drive,Interior & Exterior

The Mitsubishi Outlander range is now available with a third powertrain option: Complementing the best-selling plug-in hybrid and turbo diesel models in the range, a new seven-seat Mitsubishi Outlander Petrol is now available to UK customers priced from £27,680 OTR.

Powered by a 2.0-litre MIVEC* petrol engine, which produces 150ps and 195Nm of torque, the new Outlander Petrol is equipped with an advanced CVT automatic transmission that offers the stepped shifting of a conventional automatic under acceleration while automatically striking an ideal balance between performance, refinement and economy under normal driving conditions. For additional control and driving pleasure, there are also paddle shifters for a more manual control.

As with all Mitsubishi Outlanders, the new Outlander Petrol is also equipped with electronically-controlled 4WD as standard which combines with Active Stability Control to offer excellent traction and stability even in the most challenging of conditions. The standard Drive Mode Selector lets you easily select the most appropriate drive mode when desired: 4WD ECO mode for maximum economy, 4WD AUTO mode for normal driving conditions or 4WD LOCK mode for rough terrain or low-grip conditions.
All Mitsubishi Outlander Petrol versions feature seven seats as standard, with the simple ‘fold & stow’ operation allowing the rearmost two seats to be independently folded into the boot floor for maximum versatility. The second row seats also feature a tilting backrest and offer a sliding function allowing owners to adjust rear passenger leg room as required. When all five rear seats are folded, up to 1,608 litres of boot space is available making the Mitsubishi Outlander Petrol a true all-purpose, utility vehicle.

In line with the rest of the Mitsubishi Outlander range, the petrol-powered model features the same ‘Dynamic Shield’ front design language updated for 2019, with a new honeycomb mesh front grille, new front lower extension and new headlamp design. The rear bumper design has also been revised, complimented by new two-tone 18” alloy wheels, while the cabin benefits from numerous enhancements including reduced engine noise, more supportive front seats, one-touch electric windows on all four windows (driver operated), a heated windscreen and Mitsubishi’s new SDA (Smartphone Link Display Audio) system which includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility with DAB and Bluetooth connectivity. Other features offered as standard across the range include heated front seats, automatic lights and wipers, rear view camera and keyless operation.
Enhancements to the driving dynamics have been accomplished with developments in structural rigidity with additional structural adhesive welding having been applied between the body panels. Enhancements to the front strut and rear shock absorbers have also been made to increase the damping force at low speed, and therefore providing a smoother ride.

The Mitsubishi Outlander Petrol is available now with the Juro version priced from £27,680 OTR and the range-topping Outlander 4 adds leather seats with electric driver’s seat adjustment, a 360° camera, heated steering wheel, power tailgate, blind-spot warning with rear cross traffic alert along with LED headlamps with LED high beam and LED front fog lamps. The Outlander 4 is priced from £29,680 OTR.

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Comments

    • L D
      L D

      how reliable this vehicle if you base it 5-10 years??? please rate it... pls comment the score...

      about 8 days ago
    • silver phone_2018
      silver phone_2018

      SUVなら三菱かスバル

      about 9 days ago
    • Aleksandr Dorofeev
      Aleksandr Dorofeev

      Осуществите мою мечту))

      about 23 days ago
    • Skbu Skbu
      Skbu Skbu

      Митсубиши аутлендер надёжный и вместительный

      about 1 month ago
    • junhua tang
      junhua tang

      我还系钟意鲨鱼款多D

      about 1 month ago
    • willisjam fire
      willisjam fire

      Too late mitsubishi .... great design ...but this should have hit the market in 2010-15 ...
      Company has great ability but is hold bck due to funding :(

      about 1 month ago
    • Qinglin Chen
      Qinglin Chen

      45545555

      about 1 month ago
    • Haz
      Haz

      I have a diamond 2008 outlander in the UK. Test drove the latest outlander over here but love the mk2 better

      about 1 month ago
    • Marko Seratlic
      Marko Seratlic In reply to Haz

      Diesel or petrol engine,fuel efficiency is on fabric measures or more?

      about 1 month ago
    • ธรรมะคือ ธรรมชาติ
      ธรรมะคือ ธรรมชาติ

      เข้ามาขายในเมืองไทยช่วงไหนครับ

      about 1 month ago
    • Mike
      Mike

      Nur als 4 Zylinder in Deutschland. Echt schade. V6 steht im doch so gut

      about 1 month ago
    • m451m451
      m451m451

      very nice !!

      about 2 months ago
    • roadwarrior280
      roadwarrior280

      No spare.Just patch kit!

      about 3 months ago
    • HOOMAN La
      HOOMAN La

      Nice! I want one.

      about 3 months ago
    • Jhofinho Kotado
      Jhofinho Kotado

      Essa é a bichona .

      about 3 months ago
    • Gerald G
      Gerald G

      It has the dynamic shield as it front fascia but the exterior looks dated to me. Let's not even talk about the design at the rear end. The pajero sport looks alot better. The interior though looks decent.

      about 3 months ago
    • Danny Paik
      Danny Paik In reply to Gerald G

      Outlander looks much better than ugly overpriced subarus

      about 1 month ago
    • Assholestar Torme
      Assholestar Torme

      勿体なくてオフロードで走る気しない 本末転倒だけど

      about 3 months ago
    • M JOE
      M JOE

      The tyre size is small for such a big beast. Why the designers didnt note that.

      about 4 months ago
    • Dado King
      Dado King In reply to M JOE

      It seems bigger then it is, with smaller tyre

      about 1 month ago
    • Daniele's Steelbooks
      Daniele's Steelbooks

      Haben uns einen Bestellt. Die Diamond edt. + und freuen uns schon riesig drauf..... er soll Anfang/Nitte Dezember kommen ... Tolles Auto und super Vorstellung!

      about 4 months ago
    • Fan Spa
      Fan Spa

      Ну автор и тароторка. Не хрена не разобрать слов!

      about 4 months ago
    • Isabel Espejo
      Isabel Espejo In reply to Fan Spa

      How much is the prices of mitshubushi?

      about 2 months ago
    • Alan Nova
      Alan Nova

      I have one 2019 version. Is a really beast. :) Is extraordinary!

      about 4 months ago
    • Isabel Espejo
      Isabel Espejo In reply to Alan Nova

      HOW MUCH THAT MITSUBISHI OUTKSNDER

      about 2 months ago
    • Erin Thorkildsen
      Erin Thorkildsen In reply to Alan Nova

      Alan Nova it’s a unibody car frame. It is NOT an off-road vehicle. Yes, I know... it’s a Mitsubishi so it’s well made. But please be gentle with your "BEAST."

      about 4 months ago
    • Mohi Hashmi
      Mohi Hashmi

      oh glad they finally let go of the rear door wheel, something Toyota accomplished in 1997

      about 4 months ago
    • Danny Paik
      Danny Paik In reply to Mohi Hashmi

      Toyota worshipping trolls are everywhere, even in europe. God help us all

      about 1 month ago
    • Erin Thorkildsen
      Erin Thorkildsen In reply to Mohi Hashmi

      Mohi Hashmi — Interesting! Don’t misunderstand me, Toyota/Lexus makes an amazing vehicle! Reliability is excellent! In 2001 I purchased a 2002 Montero LTD, the same thing as your Pajero or Shogun in some countries. Still have it! It is 17 years old, over 200k miles or 350k km for you I think. It’s old, but it just won’t die. I so wish they still sold it here in the USA! I like to go places I shouldn’t and this old Miss-Bitchy has gone everywhere I asked it, been airborne and bounced so many times. I’m considering a 4Runner or Land Cruiser... but as mentioned I’ve been off-roading and watched and heard my friends in their 4x4 pickups pop their spare tires on rocks (infrequently) when they scrape the sidewall of the spare... it’s caused me to hesitate. Even my friends w 4 runners or PU trucks take the spares off and either toss it in back or strap it to their roof racks when rocks are on the menu.

      about 4 months ago
    • Mohi Hashmi
      Mohi Hashmi In reply to Mohi Hashmi

      +Erin Thorkildsen Even though I have moved on to Toyota but Pajero was my first love and I still keep hoping they somehow beat Toyota in the game. During my school and college days in the 90s it was all about Pajero in our country Pakistan. I learned driving on a Pajero. Pajero was a status symbol tied to a rich man and even featured in songs and other art forms. So if you had to draw a corrupt politician, you would draw a fat mustached man standing next to a Pajero haha. Some people still call all SUVs Pajero here haha. I wish if I could share the photos of our first Pajero and my personal Pajero here haha.

      about 4 months ago
    • Mohi Hashmi
      Mohi Hashmi In reply to Mohi Hashmi

      +Erin Thorkildsen Ah okay. I had a Mitsubishi Pajero for almost 8 years. Sold it and bought 2001 model Toyota Prado (Lexus GX in the US) this year. It has a rear door wheel, not on the LC100/200 versions or even newer Prados. I want to get rid of it haha.

      about 4 months ago
    • Erin Thorkildsen
      Erin Thorkildsen In reply to Mohi Hashmi

      Mohi Hashmi — The rear door wheel was on Mitsubishi’s full size Montero, never on their cars. Please know that a tire on the underside of a car, like Toyota’s is a hazard. Nice for a city soccer mom car or light truck. There is a reason they put tires on the rear door, so you don’t go over rocks and rip your tire to shreds. I have vetoed purchasing a Toyota SPECIFICALLY because the spare tire is on the rear bottom.

      about 4 months ago
    • Freedom Dogs
      Freedom Dogs

      Very nice🤩✨✨✨

      about 4 months ago
    • Joy Kids Fun Videos
      Joy Kids Fun Videos

      Awesome video my friend, thanks for sharing 💖💖💖 Like # 32

      about 4 months ago
    • nick Z Siperaka
      nick Z Siperaka

      Very good

      about 4 months ago