- the freshly redesigned 2022 mitsubishi outlander has a starting price of $26,990, a $900 price increase from the previous model.
- the top trim on the 2022, the sel, starts at $33,140.
- the 2022 outlander is set to reach dealers by april.
the 2022 mitsubishi outlander has received a full redesign after the automaker skipped the 2021 model year altogether. with the changes, the suv sees a $900 price increase to $26,990. the outlander tops out at $33,140 for the highest trim, sel; that is likely to change once mitsubishi introduces the plug-in hybrid (phev) variant of the outlander for the 2022 model year. currently, the only 2021 outlander is the phev.
there are three trim levels on the 2022 outlander, half as many as were available on the 2020 model. the midlevel se costs $30,040. there is just one powertrain currently on the 2022 outlander, a 2.5-liter inline-four with 181 horsepower and 181 pound-feet of torque which routes power through a continuously variable automatic transmission (cvt). front-wheel drive comes as standard, and all-wheel drive can be had for $1800, which is $200 cheaper than the 2020 model.
the 2022 outlander is now a few hundred dollars more expensive than its main competitors, including the 2021 volkswagen tiguan and the 2021 nissan rogue, the suv from which the outlander borrows many components. the tiguan starts at $26,440, and the rogue starts at $26,800.
the 2022 mitsubishi outlander is set to reach dealers by april.