2017 Mitsubishi Outlander VUD

2017 Mitsubishi
Outlander VUD

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  • Capacidad máxima de pasajeros - 7
  • Asientos delanteros tipo butaca
  • Apoyabrazos central delantero - con compartimiento de almacenaje
  • Asiento trasero de tipo banco
  • Asiento trasero plegable y abatible
  • Apoyabrazos central trasero
  • Asiento de tipo banco 3a fila
  • Pomo de la palanca de cambios forrado en cuero
  • Radio AM/FM
  • Reproductor de CD
  • Decodificador MP3
  • Sistema de radio datos
  • Controles en el volante para sistema de sonido
  • Altavoces - 6
  • 1a fila pantallas de cristal líquido LCD - 1
  • Dimensión de la pantalla LCD primaria - 6.1 plg
  • Conectividad inalámbrica - Bluetooth
  • Suspensión independiente a las cuatro ruedas
  • Barra estabilizadora delantera
  • Barra estabilizadora trasera
  • Dirección asistida
  • Dirección asistida proporcional a la velocidad
  • Aros de ruedas de aleación
  • Llantas delanteras - 225/55 HR18.0
  • Llantas traseras - 225/55 HR18.0
  • Dimensión de los aros de ruedas - 18 pulg
  • Aire acondicionado
  • Climatización automática
  • Climatización en dos zonas para los asientos delanteros
  • Control de velocidad de crucero
  • Ventanas eléctricas
  • Apertura de un solo toque
  • Cierre de un solo toque
  • Cerradura central de seguros a distancia con control remoto
  • Entrada con iluminación
  • Volante inclinable
  • Volante telescópico
  • Espejo de cortesía del lado del conductor
  • Espejo de cortesía del lado del pasajero
  • Portavasos delanteros
  • Portavasos traseros
  • Consola de techo
  • Cajuela en la puerta del conductor
  • Cajuela en la puerta del pasajero
  • Garantía de parachoques a parachoques - 60 meses/60,000 millas
  • Garantía sobre el grupo motopropulsor - 120 meses/100,000 millas
  • Garantía contra la perforación por corrosión - 84 meses/100,000 millas
  • Garantía de asistencia en la carretera - 60 meses/distancia ilimitada
  • Espejos retrovisores con ajuste eléctrico
  • Espejos retrovisores con calefaccións
  • Placas protectoras
  • Parachoques - color carrocería
  • Cilindrada - 2.4 L
  • Configuración de cilindros - I4
  • Potencia - 166 cv a 6,000 rpm
  • Par motor - 162 pie-lb a 4,200 rpm
  • Válvulas - 16
  • Control variable de intervalo de válvulas
  • Inyección multipunto MPI secuencial
  • Combustible recomendado - regular sin plomo
  • Tipo - tracción delantera
  • Economía de combustible combinada - 27mpg
  • Tanque de combustible - 16.6 galones
  • Economia de combustible en ciudad - 25mpg
  • Economia de combustible en carretera - 30mpg
  • Limpiaparabrisas intermitente con intervalos variables
  • Limpiaparabrisas proporcional a la velocidad
  • Limpiaparabrisas trasero
  • Desempañador
  • Lámparas de lectura delanteras
  • Tacómetro
  • Indicador de la temperatura exterior
  • Indicador de baja presión de aire en los neumáticos
  • Computador de recorrido parcial
  • Cámara de asistencia al aparcamiento trasero
  • Visualizador - digital/analógico
  • Cilindrada - 2.4 L
  • Potencia - 166 cv a 6,000 rpm
  • Par motor - 162 pie-lb a 4,200 rpm
  • Diámetro x carrera - 88.0 x 97.0 mm (3.46 x 3.82 pulg)
  • Relación de compresión - 10.50 a 1
  • Peso neto - 1,520 kg (3,351 lb)
  • Peso Bruto Nominal del Veh. GVWR - 2,175 kg (4,795 lb)
  • Capacidad de remolque - 680 kg (1,500 lb)
  • Longitud - 4,694 mm (184.8 pulg)
  • Ancho - 1,811 mm (71.3 pulg)
  • Altura - 1,679 mm (66.1 pulg)
  • Distancia entre ejes - 2,670 mm (105.1 pulg)
  • Radio de giro - 5.3 m (17.4 pies)
  • Espacio para piernas delantero - 1,039 mm (40.9 pulg)
  • Espacio para piernas trasero - 947 mm (37.3 pulg)
  • Espacio para piernas 3a fila - 716 mm (28.2 pulg)
  • Espacio para la cabeza delantero - 1,031 mm (40.6 pulg)
  • Espacio para la cabeza trasero - 975 mm (38.4 pulg)
  • Espacio para la cabeza 3a fila - 907 mm (35.7 pulg)
  • Espacio para caderas delantero - 1,336 mm (52.6 pulg)
  • Espacio para caderas trasero - 1,313 mm (51.7 pulg)
  • Espacio para caderas 3a fila - 1,001 mm (39.4 pulg)
  • Espacio para hombros delantero - 1,438 mm (56.6 pulg)
  • Espacio para hombros trasero - 1,425 mm (56.1 pulg)
  • Espacio para hombros 3a fila - 1,306 mm (51.4 pulg)
  • Volumen de pasajeros - 3,630 L (128.2 pie3)
  • Frenos de discos en las 4 ruedas
  • Frenos frenos antibloqueo (ABS)
  • Sistema de asistencia al frenado de emergencia
  • Dos bolsas de aire frontales
  • Dos bolsas de aire laterales delanteras
  • Bolsas de aire integradas en el techo
  • Bolsa de aire para protección de rodillas
  • Bolsa de aire con sensor de ocupantes
  • Alarma de pánico
  • Inmovilizador
  • Sistema de seguridad
  • Programa de estabilidad electrónico
  • Control de tracción
  • Ángulo de ataque - 22 grados
  • Ángulo de salida - 21 grados
  • Distancia mínima libre al suelo - 216 mm (8.5 pulg)


  MSRP Motor Transmisión Ciudad/Hwy mpg
ES (CVT) 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander VUD ES (CVT) Buscar nuevos $23,495   166-hp 2.4L 4-cil    25 / 30  
SE (CVT) 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander VUD SE (CVT) Buscar nuevos $24,495   166-hp 2.4L 4-cil    25 / 30  
ES (CVT) 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander VUD ES (CVT) Buscar nuevos $24,995   166-hp 2.4L 4-cil    24 / 29  
SEL (CVT) 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander VUD SEL (CVT) Buscar nuevos $25,495   166-hp 2.4L 4-cil    25 / 30  
SE (CVT) 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander VUD SE (CVT) Buscar nuevos $26,495   166-hp 2.4L 4-cil    24 / 29  
SEL (CVT) 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander VUD SEL (CVT) Buscar nuevos $27,495   166-hp 2.4L 4-cil    24 / 29  
GT (6ST) 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander VUD GT (6ST) Buscar nuevos $31,695   224-hp 3.0L 6-cil  automática  20 / 27  


Driving Impression

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The Outlander isn’t designed to be sporty or engaging to drive, and it isn’t; it’s just easy and comfortable. It’s quite soft and detached from the road, but well-mannered. It’s a confidence-inspiring, driver-friendly crossover. But it’s still underpowered with the 2.4-liter, 166-horsepower engine, and the CVT is too slow to respond. It follows a logic that holds some ratios while accelerating, it’s indecisive on long grades, and barely adequate for this seven-passenger vehicle weighing 3500 pounds.

This transmission was updated in 2016. Its total ratio span is 7:1, as opposed to 6:1 in the previous unit, which means that it has a lower ratio for better standing-start launches, as well as reduced revs in highway cruising. Mitsubishi has worked on making this unit more responsive and quicker to adjust the ratio when passing, and the CVT aims to reduce some of the motorboating feel that comes with many CVTs by holding onto ratios for a short time during acceleration. The net effect is that it while it seems at ease and effective in level, lower-speed use, it hunts around quite a bit on hills.

Outlander GT models use a V6 making 224 horsepower; it’s considerably thirstier and needs premium fuel. To add to the disappointment, it doesn’t develop that much torque until you rev it. At least the paddle-shifters and 6-speed automatic enliven the driving a bit.

With either engine and all-wheel drive, there’s an Eco Mode button that uses only front-wheel drive until there’s actual slip at the front wheels. The mode also softens throttle response and uses the air conditioning compressor more conservatively.

For the 2016 changes, Mitsubishi worked to improve the ride and handling, by reinforcing the front suspension crossmember, changing the spring rates, and tuning the shocks to match. The electric power steering is precise and rather firm, and perhaps a little too aggressively centered.

The Outlander has more off-road ability than most other cars in its class. It’s worth noting Mitsubishi Motors was once a leader in rallying and in Paris-Dakar raids across the desert. Outlander’s AWD and suspension are fully up to the task of heading up most rugged gravel roads or two-tracks on the way to a trailhead.

The available all-wheel drive in the ES is basic, with 2WD, 4WD, and Lock modes (the latter a locking center differential). All-wheel-drive SE and SEL models use a more advanced system; the GT comes standard with it. It uses an electronically controlled center coupling, combined with an open rear differential. This system also has a separate active front differential to help get the right torque split for the conditions, which helps power through some exceptional conditions, like when one wheel is on ice.

Walk Around

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Outlander styling sits somewhere between generic and awkward. Mitsubishi says the Outlander’s Dynamic Shield styling is derived from the look of the bumper-side protection that’s been put on generations of the Montero SUV. That design is highlighted by chrome trim with a shape that some say looks like fangs. Mitsubishi says that the Outlander doesn’t have a bad angle, but we’d say the front end is it.

Other bits of chrome trim are found on the sides and at the back, where the trim’s shape echoes the front grille. The look is not as sporty as the design of the 2014 and 2015 models, but the profile works very well.

Interior Overview

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The cabin is highly functional but not harmonious. The low instrument panel is simple; some might think it’s too plain, while others might think it refreshingly straightforward. There aren’t a lot of buttons, and the layout and trims are spare. It’s at once understated, modest, warm, and accommodating.

The interior materials are as good as those in competitors like Jeep Cherokee and Ford Escape. The roomy cabin is also one of the quietest in this class.

The front seats are supportive with lower cushions just long enough for tall people, and the driving position is great. Unlike many crossovers in this class, the second row doesn’t feel flat and hard, and it’s comfortable enough for adults.

The second-row seats fold in a three-step process: Flip the headrests forward, lift the lower cushion and place it against the rear of the front seat, and flip the seatbacks forward. You can’t slide the second row fore and aft, as you can with some other three-row models.

Both the second and third rows fold perfectly flat, creating a very useful cargo floor with a low load height. There are small side boxes just aft of the wheelwells, plus a small under-floor storage compartment that can hide a laptop.

It will take a kid to reach the third row, and once back there, even pre-teens might be looking at their knees.


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The Mitsubishi Outlander provides functional family appeal for a reasonable price, but the powertrains are weak, the third-row seat space is tiny, and the infotainment features are behind the times.

Sam Moses contributed to this report.

Model Lineup

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The 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander comes in ES, SE, and SEL models, and the V6 GT, with front- or all-wheel drive. (Prices are MSRP and do not include destination charge.)

Outlander ES ($23,495) comes standard with cloth upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control, remote keyless entry, cruise control, steering-wheel audio controls, Bluetooth, six-speaker 140-watt audio system, 60/40-split folding second-row seats, 50/50-split third-row seats, power locks, windows, and mirrors; under-floor rear storage, rain-sensing wipers, leather-wrapped steering-wheel and shift knob, three 12-volt power outlets, USB port, 6.1-inch touchscreen HD radio, rearview camera, and 18-inch alloy wheels. Outlander ES AWC ($24,995) comes with all-wheel drive.

Outlander SE ($24,495) adds satellite radio, Apple Car Play, and Android Auto. It also comes with fog lamps, heated seats, and high-contrast instruments. Outlander SE S-AWC ($26,495) gets the upgraded all-wheel-drive.

Outlander SEL ($25,495) upgrades with leather seating surfaces, remote power liftgate, and Rockford Fosgate Audio with satellite radio. The SEL also gets a power driver’s seat, power-folding mirrors, roof rails, gloss-black interior trim, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a universal garage door opener. Outlander SEL S-AWC ($27,495) gets all-wheel drive.

Outlander GT 3.0 S-AWC ($31,695) gets the V6, the 710-watt, nine-speaker Rockford Fosgate audio system, the heated steering wheel, automatic LED headlights, LED fog lights. The GT Touring package adds the multi-view camera system, forward collision warning with emergency braking and pedestrian detection, lane-departure warnings, and adaptive cruise control.

Options include a rear-seat DVD player, remote engine starting, and additional cargo solutions.

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