The 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander (pictured below) was the company’s best-selling and most popular vehicle.
Building off that success, the 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander has gotten a few great updates. These modest improvements will make a big difference both on the Outlander’s exterior and in its interior as the 2015 Outlander prepares to take on the North American auto market.
“Completely redesigned in the 2014 model year, the latest Outlander offers an all-new interior update featuring a more minimalist, contemporary-looking aesthetic for the instrument panel, along with greatly improved materials including high-grade soft-touch premium surfaces, a high-gloss piano black center console panel and rich wood grain appearance trim (the latter feature a standard item available exclusively for the premium Outlander GT model),” according to a Mitsubishi press release.
The crossover’s modern updates will help the Outlander compete in the ultra-competitive crossover SUV segment. Some more of these updates include LED daytime running lights, thicker glass and increased noise isolation.
When it comes to the performance of the 2015 Outlander, Mitsubishi has made even more improvements than with the rest of the SUV. It features a continuously variable transmission (CVT) in the Sport models, which allows it to achieve 25 mpg city, 32 mpg highway, and 28 mpg combined. It also will be available with a traditional 5-speed manual transmission.
Have we peaked your interest in the upcoming 2015 Outlander? Come get even more details and find out when you can test-drive one at Bakersfield Mitsubishi.