A new centre console and shark-fin antenna appear on all variants as standard as well as front footwell lamps, console box illumination, a 12V socket in the boot and rain and dusk sensors.
The rear shock absorber has been altered with a new valve, enhancing the stability and comfort of the ride. Outlander 4 in particular has additional safety features, including blind spot warning, rear cross traffic alert and a 360 degree camera. This variant also welcomes an electronic parking brake and auto hold button on automatic versions, offering a more compact and sleek interior design, in line with the leather upholstery.
All variants have a 2.2-litre diesel unit, offered with either automatic and manual transmission. The manual version has a six-speed gearbox, which delivers a top speed of 124mph, while the automatic variants reach 118mph. The on-demand 4WD system improves stability, traction, fuel economy and emissions. Manual variants produce CO2 emissions of just 139g/km and are capable of 53.3 mpg on the combined fuel economy cycle. Automatic versions produce 154 g/km and return 48.7 mpg.
Outlander 2: Seen as the entry-point Outlander for private buyers, it has Active Stability and Traction Control (M-ASTC), Auto Stop & Go (AS&G), Hill Start Assist (HSA) and an adjustable speed limiter. Cruise control comes as standard, as does dual-zone climate control and there’s a radio/CD/MP3 player with six speakers and front electric windows. Airbags and 16-inch steel wheels also feature, as well as roof rails, auto dimming rear-view-mirror and LED daytime running lights.
Outlander 3: Outlander 3 has a new electronic parking brake which features on the automatic versions, as well as a Brake Auto Hold button. This variant also boasts a third row of full seats for comfort and convenience, which can be split and folded with ease. In addition there’s dual-zone air conditioning, front fog lamps, rain-sensing wipers, power-folding door mirrors, colour LCD display, leather-wrapped steering wheel, Bluetooth hands-free with steering mounted controls, privacy glass and silver roof rails. Manual and automatic versions are keyless operation with a start/stop button.
Outlander 4: New additions to the Outlander 4 include a heated steering wheel, LED front fog lamps, blind spot warning and rear cross traffic alert, electronic parking brake, Brake Auto Hold button and a 360 degree camera with steering wheel switch (automatic version only). This variant also has leather upholstery, a heated and electric driver’s seat, LED headlights, Mitsubishi Multi Communication System with sat nav and rear-view camera, as well as DAB radio.
The Outlander Diesel range has a five year, 62,500 mile warranty. The Mitsubishi Service Plan covers scheduled maintenance for the first three years and is available for £700.