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2022 Mitsubishi Outlander – Exterior and Interior / Excellent crossover SUV


2022 Mitsubishi Outlander – Exterior and Interior / Excellent crossover SUV. Prices for the 2022 Outlander start at $26,990, including the $1,195 destination charge, for a front-wheel-drive ES model. That makes the Mitsu one of the most affordable three-rowers on the market. My top-of-the-line tester, the SEL, retails for $33,140 and then adds the $2,700 SEL Touring pack to drive the price up to $35,840. All-wheel drive carries an $1,800 premium on all trims, while the flashy White Diamond paint demands $595. With $355 in accessories that you shouldn’t pay a dealership for, the as-tested price is $38,590.

Even optioned up, the Outlander compares well with the competition. A loaded Toyota RAV4 Limited eclipses the Mitsu with a $41,220 price tag, while the Hyundai Tucson Limited and Honda CR-V Touring demand $37,745 and $37,820, respectively. None of those products comes with a third row, of course – for that you’ll need to look to the Volkswagen Tiguan, though it’s limited only to the base S and mid-level SE trims. The new three-pot Rogue, meanwhile, comes in at $39,257 in Platinum AWD guise. All prices include the appropriate destination charges.

Attractive price aside, I wouldn’t recommend the range-topping SEL trim. And if I did, I wouldn’t suggest buying the $2,700 Touring pack. The heated steering wheel is nice, as are the upgraded upholstery and panoramic sunroof, but the Bose audio system and head-up display are ho-hum features at best.

The best value here is likely with the Outlander SE, which retains the 9.0-inch display with wireless CarPlay and Mi-Pilot but drops some content to find an out-the-door price of $31,840. You’ll still score flashy 20-inch wheels, a wireless charge port, heated front chairs, and a proximity key. Alternatively, question if you really will find the third-row useful – if not, the mechanically identical Nissan Rogue boasts a bigger, more accessible dealer network and an excellent turbocharged three-cylinder engine (even if its warranty is inexplicably worse than the Outlander’s 10-year/100,000-mile offer).

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