The first word that comes to mind after “Mitsubishi” is usually “Outlander” these days. The Outlander is the flagship vehicle of Mitsubishi, partially because it survived the shakeups and economic uncertainty of the last few decades. Since SUVs are more popular than most other vehicle body types, the Outlander continues to draw in shoppers.
The 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander has three rows, the tenacity to take on trails and uneven ground, and the power to pull a respectable load behind it. It is an SUV in the most authentic way, meaning you can trust it as a people carrier and cargo carrier, or as an off-roader and comfortable road cruiser. It is versatile, sleek, high tech, and ready for every task. Refer to the following chart to some of the specifications and available features of the 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander.
Measurements and Specifications
|Seats up to 7 People
|LED Daytime Running Lamps
|162 lb-ft of Torque
|Towing Capacity of 3,500 lbs (about 1580 kg)
|Driver’s Knee Airbag
|8-Inch (about 20 cm) Infotainment System
|Brake Assist System and Brake Override System
|Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)
|Maximum of 1,792 L of Cargo Space
|Side-Impact Curtain Airbags (First and Second Row)
The 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander is equipped to be everything you want it to be, all at once. The engine has enough power to take care of towing, highway driving, and off-road driving. Mitsubishi All-Wheel Control gives you some of the most advanced traction on the road and the confidence to work through mud, snow, ice, and more.
A real treat with the Outlander comes from folding down all the seats and getting all of that room for storing cargo. When there is not enough room in the back, you can always get the equipment to add a trailer hitch and pull a small or medium trailer. The seven-seat capacity is made possible by using a two-seat row in the third row and a three-seat bench in the second row.