"Cargo room is improved by the wider track and longer wheelbase, with 331 liters of space behind the third row, 949 liters behind the second row, and a maximum of 2,257 liters of space when the second and third rows are folded. There's also a small cubby beneath the cargo floor for storing the third-row headrests or cargo cover. Mitsubishi even sped up the power tailgate compared to last time around. Furthermore, the cabin is full of smart storage details, like areas for bottles as well as pouches for tablets and phones in the seatback pockets and center console.
"To further demonstrate how much Mitsubishi has leveled up with the new Outlander, this fully loaded model had an impressive list of features and technology. There are several screens and displays loaded with information, like the attractive 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, the 10.8-inch head-up display projected on the windshield, and a nine-inch central infotainment screen that includes Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support. There's also a wireless phone charger, three-zone climate control, heated seats in the first and second rows, and a heated steering wheel.
"Naturally, the feature list continues with safety and driver aids, with the Outlander boasting a well-rounded suite of technology. Blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, lane-departure warning, forward and rear collision alert, and rear parking sensors are all standard, with adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assistance found on higher trim models."
— Sami Haj-Assaad, Auto Trader Canada