New Mitsubishi Outlander SUV – Specs, Review & Prices
The Mitsubishi Outlander SUV - A Cape Town Favourite!

2019 Mitsubishi
Outlander

Price from R 479,995
or R 6,899pm T&C’s apply

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  • 2019 Outlander 2.4
    MIVEC GLS 4WD CVT

    From R 479,995
    or R 6,899pm*



    Includes R80,000 Trade-in Assist

    Features:

    • HID Headlamps
    • Automatic Levelling Headlamps
    • Glass Sunroof
    • 7 Airbags
    • Active Stability and Traction Control
    • Electronic Brake-force Distribution
    • Brake Assist System
    • Rear View Camera

The Mitsubishi Outlander monthly installment reflected for each model above is subject to *Terms and Conditions

Please Note! Not all of the Mitsubishi Outlander features, colours, trim levels or specs in the video might be available in South Africa

The Mitsubishi Outlander – It’s Adventure Time!

Durable, safe and packed full of super smart tech, the New Mitsubishi Outlander SUV is as rugged as it gets and perfect for any African adventure, be prowling the urban wild, savouring the untouched bushveld or enjoying the Cape Winelands. The latest Outlander from Mitsubishi is an easy driving SUV that offers unequaled style, matchless comfort and a 5-Star Euro NCAP Safety Rating, which makes the Outlander perfect for families, great for friends and fun to enjoy just on your own.

With its Multi-Select 4WD and all-new INVECS-III CVT with 6-Step Sports Mode the Mitsubishi Outlander is not a vehicle to trifle with! It can aggressively take on even the wildest environment, but yet you’ll always feel that you’re traveling in style thanks to class-leading comfort features that include a 9-Speaker Rockford Fosgate® Sound System (to keep the Outlander rocking), a rear roof-mounted DVD player (to ensure that the kids are always entertained), a glass sunroof (to ensure that the view is always enjoyed) and 7 Leather Seats (to provide the maximum comfort for everyone travelling in the Outlander cabin).

Get behind the wheel of the Mitsubishi Outlander 2.4 Mivec GLS Exceed 4WD CVT today when you book your Cape Town Test Drive at Group 1 in Kuils River!

New Generation, New Design

The latest Outlander design is a complete breakaway from previous generations and includes a number of styling upgrades that have updated its looks into a ruggedly refined SUV that appeals to male and female alike. From its distinctive frontend to its attractive rear there is a surprisingly large amount of space (both within and without), all of which adds to a brooding presence that translates into a head turning roadside appeal.

As a side note it must be added that unlike most SUV rivals the Outlander does NOT have a mundane rear end! It is most certainly something that will stand out in the traffic and have fellow road users wondering what the rest of the Outlander looks like. This is all thanks to the redesigned Outlander tailgate lamps which are underlines by a black bumper with fog lights. The positioning of these lights emphasis the width of the vehicle, while the faux skid plates complete the Outlander look and gives it singular appeal.

Master of All

An SUV by nature has to be many things to many people and many of the Outlanders competitors simply don’t live up to the expectations. This Mitsubishi Outlander however offers something for everyone, and it does it all exceptionally well. It is a more than adequate 4×4 off road vehicle for those who want to live an adventurous life, has a large amount of space for the school run (and can double as a team transport for those soccer moms out there), while it also has some of the best safety features in its class which have resulted in the Outlander being award a 5-Star Euro NCAP Safety Rating (this makes it a great car for long road trips to anywhere in South Africa).

Comfortable to the Max

The Outlander is a great all round vehicle, but it has one standout feature that everyone should experience at least once (we suggest you take it for a test drive at Group 1 to see what we mean), and that is that it is one mean road tripper. The comfort features are legendary in their ingenuity, the finishings inside the cabin are well thought out and provide a sense of luxury normally found in vehicles of a much higher price point. There is even a rear roof-mounted DVD entertainment system that comes standard, which is not something you see in many vehicles in South Africa today!

Mitsubishi Outlander Fuel Consumption Chart

Mitsubishi Outlander Fuel Consumption*

The Mitsubishi Outlander Fuel Consumption Figures are some of the finest in the SUV class for this size and type of engine. This, along with the 60 Litre Fuel Tank capacity, mean that you’ll get a lot of range out of your Outlander, and this is a good thing not just because of the escalating costs of fuel in South Africa, but because it also means that you can take the road less travelled in an Outlander and enjoy life to the fullest.

Fuel System Combined Fuel Consumption CO2 Emissions
ECI-Multi Point Fuel Injection 8.2 Litres per 100km 192 grams per km

*Subject to our Fuel Consumption Disclaimer

Mitsubishi Outlander Colours

Available vehicle colours will be confirmed by our sales consultants.

Outlander Safety Features

This SUV is one safe car, as the following Outlander Safety Features testify to:

  • Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution
  • 7 Airbags
  • ASTC (Active Stability and Traction Control)
  • ABS & EBD
  • BAS (Brake Assist System)
  • HSA (Hill Start Assist System)
  • DRL (Daytime Running Lights)
  • Dusk Sensing Headlamps
  • Rain Sensing Windscreen Wipers
  • Rear Park Distance Control
  • Rear View Camera

Outlander Dimensions

Big on size, the Mitsubishi Outlander Dimensions and terrain handling place it firmly into the SUV class of vehicle:

  • Overall Length: 4,695mm
  • Overall Width: 1,800mm
  • Overall Height: 1,680mm
  • Ground Clearance: 190mm
  • Gross Vehicle Weight: 2210kg
  • Towing Capacity (Braked or Unbraked): 750kg
  • Turning Radius: 5.3m

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