OverviewOverview  - Mitsubishi Outlander

Eleven years after it first coined the term "crossover", Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) unveiled its third embodiment of this concept with the all-new next generation Mitsubishi Outlander at the 2012 International Geneva Motor Show.

After a total of over 950,000 sales (as of end of December 2011 - including Airtrek - the first generation Mitsubishi Outlander) for the first two generations since June 2001, this all-new mid-size crossover is meant to comply with the times - a strategic and innovative premium vehicle, developed around a versatile global platform and borne of a harmonious balancing of:

This unveiling will confirm the start of an all-new generation of global products for Mitsubishi Motors, consistent with the ambitions set in MMC's "Jump 2013" smart business plan for a greener and more global Mitsubishi Motors.

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2012 Mitsubishi Outlander Review
After spending a couple of weeks test-driving the 2012 Mitsubishi Outlander, I've decided it's a great car for dads. Compared to many moms, dads tend to keep their parenting style as simple as pos ...

Cabin Quality
So could the cabin. Well-appointed interiors aren't a Mitsubishi hallmark, but the Outlander feels like one of the brand's shoddier efforts. Dashboard plastics are hard to the touch and have a tex ...

Towing
Your vehicle may be towed either by another vehicle with a rope, or by a tow truck. The regulations concerning towing may differ from country to country. It is recommended that you obey the regul ...