Mitsubishi has released pricing and specification details for its MY24 Outlander SUV range, including non-hybrid and PHEV variants. Here are the key details:
Non-Hybrid Outlander Models:
Outlander ES 2WD Five Seat: Starting at $37,740
Outlander LS 2WD Seven Seat: Starting at $41,240
Outlander Black Edition 2WD Seven Seat: Starting at $42,990
Outlander LS AWD Seven Seat: Starting at $43,740
Outlander Aspire 2WD Seven Seat: Starting at $44,840
Outlander Aspire AWD Seven Seat: Starting at $47,340
Outlander Exceed AWD Seven Seat: Starting at $52,640
Outlander Exceed Tourer AWD Seven Seat: Starting at $55,190
PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid) Outlander Models:
Outlander ES PHEV Five Seat: Starting at $57,290
Outlander Aspire PHEV Five Seat: Starting at $63,790
Outlander Exceed PHEV Seven Seat: Starting at $69,290
Outlander Exceed Tourer PHEV Seven Seat: Starting at $71,790
Notable updates and features across the range include:
All variants now have 'always on' automatic headlights.
LED fog lights are included.
A new rear seat alert function has been added.
The color palette includes the addition of Graphite Grey.
Two-tone finish options incorporating Graphite Grey with Black Mica are available.
The Outlander Black Edition has black finishes for various exterior and interior elements, including the wheels, mirrors, front bumper, grille, rear lower bumper, pillars, headliner, upholstery, and center console.
The non-hybrid Outlander models are powered by a 2.4-liter four-cylinder petrol engine, producing 135kW of power and 244Nm of torque. Fuel economy figures range from 7.5L/100km for front-wheel drive variants to 8.1L/100km for all-wheel drive variants.
The Outlander PHEV retains its 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine paired with two electric motors, delivering a combined output of 185kW of power and 450Nm of torque. Its fuel efficiency is a claimed 1.5L/100km when the battery is charged.
Safety features across all Outlander variants include AEB (Autonomous Emergency Braking), blind-spot monitoring, lane-change assistance, and trailer stability assist. The Exceed and Exceed Tourer models also include the MI-PILOT assistant, which combines adaptive cruise control with lane-keep assist and steering control assistance.
The MY24 Outlander range is already in production, with the first units expected to arrive in Australia in November.