Is the Mitsubishi Outlander on your Back-to-School Shopping List?

It’s August, which can only mean one thing—back to school! Your kids’ back-to-school checklists are almost completed…notebooks, pens, and pencils. But you forgot one thing: the Mitsubishi Outlander! Okay, maybe that’s not on your checklist, but your kids will enjoy it when they arrive at school the first day in style!


The Outlander is equipped with standard 3rd-row seating, making it a 7-passenger vehicle capable of carpooling. For improved comfort and ergonomics, the entire seating areas has been completely reconfigured, paying particular attention to making the fold-flat seats easier to operate and allowing up to 128.6 cubic feet of passenger room. The 60/40 rear split row seats and the 50/50 split 3rd row seat, combined with the power remote tailgate, makes storing sports equipment easy!

Your kids are equipped with new accessories—shoes, clothes, and backpacks—and your car should be too! The Outlander is accessorized with a dazzling 6.1-inch touchscreen display for a modern streamline look and added functionality. Located between the tachometer and speedometer, the Outlander’s color LCD multi-information display serves up a wide range of information, such as outside temperature, fuel level, average fuel consumption, trip details, and more!


The available next-generation navigation system features a 7-inch HD touchscreen, all-new 3D mapping, road speed limits, expanded Points of Interest (POI), and Mapcare (TM) and includes two map updates. Don’t know where the away game is? No problem! Quickly look up destinations and get detailed driving directions. Trying to avoid bus traffic? Real-time traffic data is simply a click away! Is it your day to carpool? The built-in Diamond Lane Guidance system can find the fastest routes using carpool lanes.

You can be sure the kids arrive at school safely in all weather conditions. Of all the technology in the Outlander, none are more important than the all-new advanced safety features. The available Lane Departure Warning (LDW)4 system uses an on-board camera to monitor lane position in front of the vehicle, alerting the driver if it detects the vehicle is leaving its lane. Additionally, the available Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)5 system uses 77GHz radar technology to accurately judge distances between you and the vehicle ahead, helping you maintain a safe driving distance. And by alerting the driver of oncoming obstructions, the available Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM)6 system can help you avoid accidents – and even automatically apply the brakes, if necessary. Its the perfect vehicle for any rainy or snowy day!

Check off the last item on your list and stop by our Mitsubishi location to test drive the Outlander today!

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