2020 Mitsubishi Outlander
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2020 Mitsubishi Outlander at West Loop Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi is continuing its excellence bringing back the Outlander for another year model with more features and enhanced technology. The overall kit of the 2020 Outlander has us excited, and with a lower MSRP over competitors, this 3-row SUV is a steal. The roomy interior also does wonder for transporting friends and family, with extra storage flexibility with split-folding seats and plenty of room to comfortably relax during the journey! In this article, we'll take a look at the Outlander and what Mitsubishi brings in for the 2020 year model.

Engine Performance

  • 3.0-liter V6 Engine
  • 224 Horsepower
  • 3,500 lbs Max Tow Capacity

Safety Features

  • Forward Collision Mitigation with Pedestrian Detection
  • Blind Spot Monitoring
  • Electronic Brake-force Distribution

Vehicle Design

  • Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control
  • LED Headlights
  • Keyless Entry and Ignition

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What are some of the key modern features in the 2020 Outlander?

Mitsubishi equips the 2020 Outlander with a great set of features especially with the starting trim model, the Outlander ES. This trim offers up features that are found with every model of the Outlander, bringing in features such as LED daytime running lights and taillights with automatic high beams, variable/intermittent windshield wipers that automatically adjust speed and tinted windows in the rear for additional privacy. Each SUV also comes toting 18-inch metal-alloy wheels, an adjustable steering column, 6-way adjustable driver's seat that can be heated, and 7-inch audio system display. The three-row SUV also allows for convenient storage options, with a multitude of compartments, split-folding rear seats for added versatility and convenient interior lights spread throughout the cabin and cargo area. The Trim levels further add a progression to an even more comfortable and convenient driving experience; the Outlander SE is the second trim level with numerous additional enhancements and features brought in such as leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, additional adjustment options with the driver/front passenger seat, rain-sensing windshield wipers, automatic headlights, and a larger 8-inch touchscreen display that houses the audio system and brings in Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration. The LE and SP trim levels further integrate even more, with features including a powered sunroof, power-folding side-mirrors, roof-rails for additional storage options, and a variety of unique interior and exterior design elements that are specialized for the respective trims. At the top of the trim level list are the SEL and GT trims, which each offer top-tier luxury and performance. The GT trim brings in the highest level features while the SEL holds most of them as optional inclusions such as LED headlights, LED foglights, silver roof rails, an advanced multi-view camera system, a premium Mitsubishi Power Sound System, and more.

What powertrains are being brought in?

The 2020 Outlander is outfitted for performance, with two different engine and transmission options to go with the SUV. Coming standard across the majority of trim models is a 2.4-liter Inline-4 engine that can produce up to 166 horsepower and 162 lb-ft of torque potential. This engine is paired with a continuously variable transmission that works away from conventional gear shifting creating a streamlined linear acceleration experience. This four-cylinder engine also comes with the option between two-wheel drive and an all-wheel control configuration. If you are looking to bring some additional power with the Outlander, Mitsubishi brings in a 3.0-liter V6 engine with the GT trim model that offers an improved 224 horsepower and 215 lb-ft of torque potential. This engine also comes standard with an all-wheel control configuration and a six-speed automatic transmission.

What are some of the top safety features with the 2020 Outlander?

Safety of the 2020 Outlander has never been better, with enhanced systems and driver-assist technologies that are brought in. This starts with the Outlander's RISE engineered structure and advanced airbag systems throughout the interior cabin that assist with keeping passengers safe during an impact. We also see a great number of advanced driver-assist technologies be brought in with nearly every model, including an advanced forward collision mitigation system, automatic high beams, a lane departure warning system, optional blind-spot monitoring with lane keep assist as well as rear cross-traffic alert systems, and more. Other key safety and security features that caught our eye brought in with the Outlander are an active stability control system, tire pressure monitoring, hill-start assist, and an intelligent adaptive cruise control system.

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Final Thoughts on the 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander

If you are looking for a fully functional three-row SUV that is packed with the impressive technology and modern systems, the 2020 Outlander is going to be a great pick. Mitsubishi works wonders with the driving experience, with even more safety and comfort features brought in to help ease the traveling adventures and roomy interior with flexible storage options. Here at West Loop Mitsubishi, we are excited to stock an expansive lineup of Mitsubishi vehicles; reach out to one of our friendly dealers and schedule a test drive of the all-new 2002 Outlander today!

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