The All-new Mitsubishi Outlander has impressed media and customers alike since its November 2021 introduction.
Due to ongoing supply constraints and increasing material, manufacturing and logistical costs, Mitsubishi Motors Australia has adjusted certain Outlander models’ standard specification for the 22.5 model year.
This decision was taken to optimise production and minimise supply delays for Outlander customers.
“The All-new Mitsubishi Outlander remains the best-equipped vehicle we have ever sold in Australia, boasting a newly developed platform and powertrain, bold and distinctive exterior styling and a refined interior with high-end finishes,” said Shaun Westcott, Mitsubishi Australia CEO.
“These changes to 22.5MY Outlander specification ensure Mitsubishi Motors Australia can secure timely production in these popular grades for our dealer network and customers,” he said.
Increased material, manufacturing and logistical costs have resulted in a $500 price increase for the 22.5MY Outlander Exceed, and a $1000 price increase for the Exceed Tourer. These models are now priced from $48,490 RRP (Exceed) and $50,990 RRP (Exceed Tourer). The high-grade Outlander Exceed’s and flagship Exceed Tourer’s specifications remain unchanged.
The 22.5MY Outlander range retains the 2022 five-star ANCAP safety rating. First arrivals are expected in Australian showrooms from April, 2022.
Changes to Mitsubishi Outlander MY22.5 specification
||Power window one-touch up/down operation now applies to driver’s window only.
||Manual tailgate replaces supply-constrained Power tailgate.
||Seven-inch Multi-information display replaces supply-constrained Full-Digital Driver display.
|Outlander Exceed Tourer
Mitsubishi Outlander MY22.5 Recommended Retail Pricing
|Outlander ES 5-seat 2WD
|Outlander ES 7-seat 2WD
|Outlander ES 5-seat 4WD
|Outlander LS 7-seat 2WD
|Outlander LS 7-seat 4WD
|Outlander Aspire 7-seat 2WD
|Outlander Aspire 7-seat 4WD
|Outlander Exceed 7-seat 4WD
|Outlander Exceed Tourer 7-seat 4WD