Drivers have made their voices heard. The 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander is a renaissance for the automaker and its most well-known crossover on the market. A quick glimpse of its new exterior and interior shows that the model has been transformed for the future. Its transformation comes in seven trims, ranging from basic to fully loaded.
Each trim climbs a little bit up the ladder in terms of starting MSRP and stays low overall, making this an excellent place to look for first-time crossover buyers. Picking a trim means becoming familiar with the features available on each. A great place to start research would be with the LE S-AWC Premium, the trim that sits right in the middle. All trims and two highlighted features each are listed in the table below from lowest-priced trim to highest-priced trim.
|ES S-AWC||7-Passenger Seating with Heated Front Seats||Drive Mode Selector|
|SE S-AWC||Power Liftgate||Triple-Zone Automatic Climate Control|
|LE S-AWC||20-Inch Tow-Tone Alloy Wheels||Connected Car Services|
|LE S-AWC Premium||6-Way Power Driver’s Seat||Faux-Suede Appointed Seats|
|SEL S-AWC||Heated 2nd-Row Seats||12.3-Inch Full TFT Instrument Cluster|
|GT S-AWC||10.8-Inch Head-Up Display||9-Inch BOSE® Smartphone Link Display with 10 Speakers|
|GT S-AWC Premium||Mi-Pilot Assist with Navi-Link||Semi-Aniline Two-Tone Leather Appointed Seats|
The seven trims emphasize the importance of variety when shopping for a car. Zeroing in on just the right trim is a lot easier to do, and at the same time, there aren’t so many trims that it gets easy to get lost in the options. Many will buy the LE S-AWC trim as a practical vehicle with enough fun extra features to keep everyone entertained. Long-time fans of the Mitsubishi Outlander may go all-in for the GT S-AWC Premium.