The redesigned Outlander has reversed Mitsubishi’s fortunes in the USA because the mannequin achieved its best-ever gross sales in December and was chargeable for producing 33.2% of the model’s complete quantity final yr.
That’s large information and Mitsubishi is making an attempt to maintain that momentum going by introducing a brand new Outlander Black Version.
At present arriving at U.S. dealerships, the Outlander Black Version relies on the SE trim and provides extra gear reminiscent of a panoramic sunroof. Nevertheless, the mannequin is extra notable for its styling upgrades which embrace gloss black mirrors, black badging, and gloss black accents on the bumpers. They’re joined by door handles with black accents in addition to 20-inch wheels with a black end. The mannequin additionally comes geared up with LED lighting models, rain-sensing wipers, and a hands-free energy liftgate.
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Inside modifications are restricted, however the Black Version contains a black headliner and black pillar trim. Whereas these updates are barely price mentioning, consumers will even discover a 7-inch show within the instrument cluster and a 9-inch infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. They’re joined by a leather-wrapped steering wheel and artificial leather-based / suede seats with eight-way energy adjustment on the driving force’s facet.
Different highlights embrace a six-speaker audio system, a wi-fi smartphone charger, and seating for as much as seven individuals. The mannequin additionally boasts a keyless entry system with a push button ignition.
On the security entrance, there’s Adaptive Cruise Management, Blind Spot Warning with Lane Change Help, and Ahead Collision Mitigation with Pedestrian Detection. The crossover additionally comes with Computerized Excessive Beams, Lane Departure Warning, Rear Computerized Emergency Braking, and Rear Cross Visitors Alert.
The Outlander Black Version begins at $29,995 and comes geared up with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine growing 181 hp (135 kW / 184 PS) and 181 lb-ft (245 Nm) of torque. It’s related to a constantly variable transmission, which will be paired to an all-wheel drive system for a further $1,800.