Mitsubishi Outlander Owner's Manuals

A medium-sized crossover from the Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi Outlander is a combination of power, comfort, safety and reliability. For a relatively short production time (the first model car was assembled in 2001), Mitsubishi Outlander has received high recognition in different parts of the world.

The first generation Mitsubishi Outlander was assembled in Japan and the Philippines from 2001 to 2008. This model pleased motorists not only with good power, but with impressive dimensions. The car easily drove a little off-road, pleased with a comfortable suspension. It was produced both on a front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive platform. The choice of engines is represented by a 2-liter and 2.4-liter gasoline engine.

The second generation Mitsubishi Outlander was produced from 2005 to 2012. The main changes affected the exterior and interior. Many electronic assistants and systems have also been introduced.

Since 2012, the 3rd generation of the Mitsubishi Outlander has been produced to this day. The main features and differences from previous generations are such points as:
• Luggage compartment up to 1754 liters, which allows you to carry a large amount of cargo.
• Lots of comfort-focused features including heated steering wheel and windshield.
• The use of high-quality and stylish elements in the interior trim, including carbon inserts.
• New wheels with a diameter of 18 inches.
• Modern multimedia system with 8-inch screen.
• Redesigned exterior with new grille and stylish fog lamps.

An important element of the 3rd generation Mitsubishi Outlander is the intelligent all-wheel drive system. So, the computer perfectly feels any danger, including skidding or spinning wheels on the road. In these cases, as in many others, all-wheel drive is included. Engines – redesigned, more environmentally friendly and economical gasoline engines of 2.0 and 2.4 liters. The car is popular as a reliable, technologically advanced and safe crossover.