Get ready to morph into modern when you drive the Mitsubishi Outlander, which holds its own among the competitive SUV class. This bold choice for Oakland, Hayward, and San Francisco, CA, roads will feel comfortable on the inside and take a strong stand on the outside. If you’re in the market for a new SUV, Hayward Mitsubishi will show you everything it provides Bay Area drivers.
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With five diverse trim levels of the Mitsubishi Outlander, you’re going to find the one that meshes with whatever you need to make a simple trip to the grocery store or an extended vacation seamless and amusing.
Let’s look at each trim level and its highlights.
The entry-level ES trim provides a standard menu of items that feel more than standard, including smartphone integration, plenty of driver-assist features, and an 8-inch Smartphone-link Display Audio (SDA) screen.
Level up to the SE trim, which contains even more elevated safety systems, including a multi-view camera system and Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR). An upgraded 9-inch Navigation system with SDA comes in this trim, as well as a smartphone wireless charging device.
In the SEL trim, you’ll warm up in the cabin with heated front and rear seats and a 3-zone automatic climate control system.
If you’re considering the SE Launch Edition trim, your cabin gets enhanced with Amazon and Audible™ functionality and the Bose premium sound system with 10 speakers. Also, you’ll enjoy the power panoramic sunroof for a breath of fresh air.
For the SEL Launch Edition trim, it contains top-level features, as well as the Head-Up Display (HUD), which projects vital information on the windshield, and a heated steering wheel.
A 2.5L 4-cylinder engine comes in the Mitsubishi Outlander and uses one of two drivetrains: 2-wheel drive (2WD) or Super All Wheel Control (S-AWC). When you’re examining the gas mileage, you’ll be happy to know that with either drivetrain you get comparable fuel efficiency. The 2WD achieves an EPA-estimated 24 city/31 highway MPG, while the S-AWC achieves an EPA-estimated 24 city/30 highway MPG.
Every engine includes an 8-speed continuously variable transmission (CVT) with Sport mode for road management. With 2WD, it provides you with five different driving modes, while cars with S-AWC contain an extra mode.
A modern, well-crafted interior can be expected in the Mitsubishi Outlander with tastefully appointed, available leather upholstery and large screens along your dashboard. Add heated seats for both the front and back, as well as a power panoramic sunroof.
High-tech elements come in this SUV, as well, like Apple CarPlay®, Google Android™ Auto, and an available smartphone wireless charging device. On the screens, you’ll be able to control your navigation, answer and make calls, and tune into the Bose premium sound system upgrade.
Modern meets comfort in the Mitsubishi Outlander with solid performance, elegant interior finishes, and high-tech systems throughout the vehicle. Oakland, Hayward, and San Francisco, California, car buyers can find out more by reading a review or stopping by Hayward Mitsubishi for a test drive.