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The 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander’s reveal on Amazon Live back in February sparked interest in auto enthusiasts worldwide. With the promise of better performance, a larger selection of amenities, and various tech advancements, the 2022 Outlander is poised to be the best version of the beloved crossover yet. Here’s a complete rundown of what to expect.

 

Powertrain and performance

The 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander will run off the power of a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine complete with improved S-AWC, or Super All-Wheel Control. No matter your driving conditions, you can optimize traction through five different driving modes for 2WD models and six for S-AWC models.

 

Exterior

A wider stance, a muscular design, and a new Dynamic Shield front make the newest Outlander more athletic than ever before. Available 20-inch two-tone alloy wheels, a power panoramic sunroof, and LED front fog lights complement the sleek new design.

 

Interior

The 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander can seat up to seven and is the segment’s only model with a third row. 3-Zone Climate Control keeps everyone comfortable in their ideal temperature. The eight-way power front-row seats have a key-linked memory function that always keeps your seats how you want them.

 

Technology

Wireless compatibility with both Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto enable you to sync your smartphone to the 2022 Outlander’s 9-inch infotainment display. Available wireless charging further reduces the clutter of wires.

 

Stay tuned for more information on the 2022 Outlander, and be sure to give it a test drive once it hits the lot of Don Robinson Mitsubishi in Saint Cloud, Minnesota.

A new teaser for the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander has hit the web. Although the image doesn’t reveal too many details about the new 5-passenger compact SUV, it does reveal enough to raise our collective excitement over what promises to be a technologically advanced, comfortable, and safe family vehicle.

A new Dynamic Shield concept gives the exterior design a more robust look. The primary headlights are repositioned to rest directly below the turn signal lamps. Its style is further enhanced thanks to an hourglass-shaped front fascia and a biplane grille. Altogether, these exterior developments give the 2022 Outlander an appearance more akin to trucks than compact SUVs.

Size increases and technology improvements are also expected for the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander. The vehicle will run off the power of a brand-new engine, replacing the 2021 Outlander’s 2.0-liter and 2.4-liter MIVEC, the latter of which generates a whopping 168 horsepower.

Rumors are swirling that this new SUV will sport a Nissan engine. Likewise, Nissan is rumored to be incorporating Mitsubishi’s PHEV system into one of its new vehicles. However, none of this has yet been confirmed.

A livestream in February of 2021 will provide the platform for the official debut of the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander. Like you, we here at Don Robinson Mitsubishi can’t wait to find out more about this exciting new SUV!

A great feature to have on your vehicle in Minnesota is all-wheel drive. This drivetrain gives the car greater stability on slick winter roads and dirt paths. If you are considering a new Mitsubishi from Don Robinson, like the Outlander SUV, you need to check out S-AWC.

Mitsubishi’s Super All-Wheel Control system has an advanced function that continually manages driving and braking forces of all four wheels. The Outlander is the most popular Mitsubishi model equipped with S-AWC. In its setup, the Outlander uses Active Yaw Control (AYC) to regulate torque between the left and right wheels.

The Outlander S-AWC system comes with four driving modes. AWC ECO sends torque mainly to the front wheels to enhance fuel economy but will automatically switch to 4WD if you encounter slippery roads. NORMAL mode sends torque to any wheel as needed. When driving in wintery conditions, the SNOW mode can help optimize traction. The fourth mode, LOCK, keeps the system operating in 4WD for better all-terrain performance at all times.

If you choose the Outlander PHEV, it comes standard with S-AWC; however, its system is different than the standard Outlander. It is equipped with a Twin Motor 4WD system along with AYC. It comes with two driving modes: NORMAL and 4WD LOCK.

Find capable, affordable SUVs in Saint Cloud like the Mitsubishi Outlander here at Don Robinson Mitsubishi.

Your family is growing and that little two-door sedan just isn’t cutting it. What you need is a crossover or SUV like the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross or Outlander.

Families have a lot of stuff

The larger your family, the more stuff you need to take with you wherever you go. It starts with car seats and diaper bags, then moves on to sports equipment and camping gear. A crossover offers the cargo space that families need to haul all this stuff for every stage of life.

The Eclipse Cross offers 22.6 cubic feet of cargo space behind the second row, while the Outlander has 34.2 cubic feet of space behind the second row when the third row is folded down. Unlike a truck, a crossover carries cargo in an enclosed and weather-proof space; not to mention being much easier to park.

Bringing friends along

It’s much easier to get in and out of the second row of seating in a crossover or SUV than in a sedan. The Eclipse Cross has two rows of seating and can carry five passengers, while the Outlander has a third row and can carry seven people.

Safety

Crossovers come with many safety features built into the design and construction of the vehicle, as well as technological assists to help drivers stay away, keep to their lane, or avoid collisions. The Outlander also has LED headlights and optional fog lights to let you see what’s coming.

When you’re looking for the perfect ride for your family, look no further than the affordable and classy lineup available at Don Robinson Mitsubishi in St. Cloud.

It has been a while since the Mitsubishi Outlander had a redesign, so the much-anticipated next-generation Outlander will be coming into the spotlight in 2021. Here’s what we know so far.

The current-generation Outlander first debuted in 2014, so a redesign is definitely welcome, and new spy photos have spotted an Outlander prototype testing in the Midwest. Despite its camouflage, the new Outlander already gives us a few hints about its future. It will likely be bigger, sitting on a larger platform. Its blunt nose and headlight design give the impression it will be taking design cues from the Mitsubishi Engelberg Tourer concept.

Reporters guess that the next Outlander will house the same 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross uses, generating 153 horsepower, though the Outlander could muster more power.

An exciting possible option is a plug-in hybrid version. Working off the Engelberg Tourer concept, a 2.4-liter four-cylinder twin-motor design would be the engine of choice in the 2021 Outlander, giving the Outlander great fuel economy rates. Mitsubishi has even made claims that the engine could deliver 43 miles on the electric engine alone.

Although not much is known as of yet, the prototype is definitely making for an exciting spring when the automaker is sure to release more details. Keep in touch with Don Robinson Mitsubishi to learn more when the redesigned 2021 Outlander debuts.

We all want safe vehicles, and we shouldn’t settle for less. Mitsubishi doesn’t sacrifice safety for anything, which is why the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently recognized the 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander’s safety with a Top Safety Pick accolade.

The Outlander achieved the top “good” rating in all crash tests, a “superior” for its optional front crash prevention technology, and “acceptable” rating for its available headlights. Don’t let the acceptable headlight rating fool you: The IIHS started rating headlights in 2016 with infamously strict guidelines, so an “acceptable” in headlights amounts to great quality.

“Earning the IIHS Top Safety Pick is a key reason for customers to place the Outlander at the top of their shopping list, proving it one of the most competitive vehicles in the incredibly popular compact SUV segment” said Mark Chaffin, chief operating officer for Mitsubishi Motors North America.

The Outlander utilizes Mitsubishi’s RISE body structure, which strategically places crumple zones and a high tensile strength steel cage to mitigate the damage in a collision and direct it away from the cabin and any passengers.

All Outlander models come standard with numerous safety features including a rearview camera, seven airbags, a Tire Pressure Monitoring System, Active Stability Control with Traction Control Logic, Hill Start Assist, and an anti-lock braking system with electronic brake-force distribution.

If you’d like to see the 2019 Outlander’s safety systems and have additional questions, call or visit us at Don Robinson Mitsubishi to schedule a test drive.

2018 Mitsubishi OutlanderIt’s that time of year to pack up your Mitsubishi Outlander and hit the road with the family for an exciting journey. With tons of space to accommodate passengers and cargo, there’s no better summer adventure vehicle. You’ll feel confident and in control while on and off the road, and the Outlander’s smart interior will keep everyone entertained and connected. Here are a few tips on how to use your Mitsubishi Outlander for a summer road trip.

 

  1. Capitalize on cargo space: The Outlander’s spacious interior is perfect for road trips, offering comfortable seating for up to seven passengers and an impressive maximum cargo space of 63.3 cubic feet. Pack up everything you need for camping, outdoor adventures, or for setting out across the country.
  2. Take advantage of off-road capabilities: The Outlander’s available Super All-Wheel Control system uses a suite of state-of-the-art technologies to maximize traction, control, and stability while driving. Its available drive modes make the Outlander perfectly capable of traversing off-road terrains with the family in tow.
  3. Utilize entertainment features: The available Smartphone Link Display Audio system will be your best friend on road trips, offering HD Radio™ and Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ The latter features give you convenient and safe access to your smartphone’s calling, texting, music, and navigation capabilities directly on the system’s 7-inch touchscreen display, allowing you to easily stream your family’s favorite tunes.

 

Before you head out on your next road trip, visit our team at Don Robinson Mitsubishi to ensure your vehicle is in top condition for a safe and comfortable adventure.

Exploring Minnesota - kid fishing

Adventure-seekers and outdoor-lovers: get ready. At Don Robinson Mitsubishi, the Outlander and Outlander Sport are waiting to take you on an adventure. Exploring Minnesota is easy when you’re behind the wheel of an SUV.

Fishing

There’s plenty of fishing to do in Central Minnesota. Otter Tail County is the ideal place for fishing, where the multiple lakes are full of bass, panfish, and northern pike. At Mille Lacs Lake, there are even guided launch trips. Getting there is a breeze with a capable SUV.

Hiking

The beautiful views in Minnesota aren’t just for looks. The woods and mountains provide great hiking trails. At Portsmuth Overlook, you can enjoy a refreshing hike with an amazing view. If you want a view from an observation tower, then make the trek up Mille Lacs Kathio State Park’s tower.

Bike

Strap your bikes to your SUV’s roof and switch out your car tires for bike tires for a bit. Central Lakes State Trail and Bunyan State Trail are two paved trails you can take if you aren’t feeling incredibly rugged. If you’re in for an adventure, the Lake Wobegon Trail stretches through farms, lakes, and wetlands.

If you need an SUV to take you on all these adventures, you know where to find it! Come on down to Don Robinson Mitsubishi so that you can begin enjoying the great outdoors of Minnesota.

Summer vacation is fleeting for many college students, which means it’ll be time for back-to-school shopping in no time. In addition to school supplies, you should also check out a number of Mitsubishi models that are perfect for heading back to campus. The best back-to-school vehicles include the Outlander, Outlander Sport, and the Mirage, thanks to their roomy interiors, affordable pricing, and great gas mileage.

According to Mitsubishi, the new Outlander comes with a range of great features that are perfect for moving back to campus. This crossover SUV gets up to 30 highway mpg* when properly equipped, which saves you money at the pump. The roomy interior can easily fit many of the furniture and supplies you need to move, with a cargo capacity of up to 63.3 cu ft.

For those who want to look especially cool, check out the new Outlander Sport. This model has less seating than the standard Outlander, but the Sport comes with improved capabilities. You can easily explore off-road trails, bike, hike, and more. The Outlander Sport is bound to make other drivers jealous.

Finally, the Mirage is a classic among students headed back to school. This subcompact model saves on space, gets up to 43 highway mpg*, and still seats up to five. It’s one of the most affordable cars on the market, and it also comes with an impressive 10-Year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty. Looking for the most bang for your buck? Check out the Mitsubishi Mirage.

To test drive or explore the Mitsubishi Outlander, Outlander Sport, or Mirage, visit Don Robinson Mitsubishi today.

*EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary. For comparison purposes only.

If you’re looking for a new adventure in the state of Minnesota, there are tons of trails to explore. Whether you like hiking, bird watching, or biking, there’s truly something for everyone. Plus, you can easily find any off-road destination in a Mitsubishi Outlander, the perfect vehicle for the trip. With added storage space and a rugged exterior, any off-road adventure is a breeze.

One of the top Minnesota trails, according to TrailLink, is the Dakota Rail Regional Trail. This 26.6-mile trail is composed of asphalt and gravel, which is perfect for most beginners. As part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, this trail was converted from old rail lines. Activities include biking, inline skating, fishing, and even cross country skiing. Plus, it’s wheelchair accessible.

Lake Wobegon is also a popular trail in the area. This one is a whopping 60 miles, with an asphalt surface that is also built on an old rail line. Biking, skating, walking, and snowmobiling are all perfect for this trail, and there are great places to fish along the way. Again, this trail is also wheelchair accessible, making it perfect for those with limited mobility.

Finally, hop in your Mitsubishi and drive to the Paul Bunyan State Trail. Measuring over 119 miles, this asphalt trail passes through forests, over 10 rivers and streams, and along more than 20 lakes. There are tons of flora and fauna, and campgrounds are located at both ends. Like the other trails mentioned, this is an accessible asphalt trail built on old rail lines.

Planning your next adventure already? To find the perfect car for the job or any accessories you might need, visit Don Robinson Mitsubishi today.