When the 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander made its first public appearance by way of a sneak preview, there was plenty of talk about the automaker lining up something extraordinary to secure the additional market share the brand needed. Well, we’ve now received official word on the pricing structure for the 2014 Outlander and it seems that sweeping price cuts are on the cards for pretty much every version set to launch.
By combining extensive new driver aids with superb connectivity and a boost to fuel-efficiency, the 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander is set to be every bit a new-generation vehicle. Redesigned and rebuilt from nose to tail, Mitsubishi claims that the new Outlander is one of the most economical vehicles in its class and has been estimated at an impressive 31MPG for highway driving.
There will be a duo of powertrain options brought to the table by Mitsubishi, along with two transmissions. The base model versions pack a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that’s been seriously tweaked to improve both performance and fuel-economy. After destination charges, the lowest-price 2WD ES trim Outlander is up for grabs at $22,995. Up this to $23,795 for the SE trim and you’re looking at various luxuries including heated front seats, 18-inch alloys, dual climate control, Mitsubishi’s FUSE Handsfree Link System and plenty more besides.
The 2014 Outlander will also be available with the automaker’s Super All-Wheel Control system and ups the price a little further to $25,795 for the entry-level SE trim and $28,595 for the SE Premium version.
At the top-end of the range come the 3-liter v6 options which come with the Super All-Wheel Control system as standard and start from $27,795 for the base SE version, while the fully-loaded Touring trim comes in for $33,895.
As a whole, 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander range s down in price by as much as $800 compared to the outgoing range.