2014 Mitsubishi Outlander Destined for US Next Summer

2014 Mitsubishi Outlander Destined for US Next Summer

During the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, Mitsubishi unveiled its redesigned Outlander crossover model which will reach American dealers early next summer.

The seven-passenger Outlander went on sale in Japan this week with a price tag of around $30,000 based on recent conversation rates. The Japanese automaker has not yet determined pricing for the American market, but did confirm that it will be available as a 2014 model next year.

Joining the standard Outlander model will be its plug-in hybrid variant, which debuted at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. The Outlander PHEV is due in the U.S. late 2013 or early 2014.

GALLERY: 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander


[Source: Inside Line]

  • Rmdrx8

    I dont understand the new exterior design..  It doesnt look like a progression of the current model.. In fact it already looks dated like an older vehicle..
    We have a 2012 Outlander and also had  2007.. The redesign of the 2007 looked more modern than this new version…  I am very disappointed in Mitsu..  Ive been a long time customer.. I owned 4 eclipses, 2 Montero sports & 3 outlanders, but not sure my next vehicle will be a Mitsubishi..
    All other car companies are building exciting new vehicles and adding to their lineup, but Mitsu is going in the other direction..
    Ive been a big supporter of mitsubishi cars in the past, but what have you done for me lately?

  • Rmdrx8

    Just wanted to add that even though the last Eclipse was not so much a sports car, dropping it was a dissapointment..  Im now a family man who still loves performance but needs more room.   It would be nice to see a hot hatch from Mitsu to compete with GTI and Mazdaspeed3.
    Lance sportback does not count.. Not as attractive to compete, the Ralliart is overpriced!!