The 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander is the largest SUV in the brand’s US lineup. While it offers a 7 passenger configuration, the Outlander neither feels oversized nor overpriced. Our tester vehicle was an Outlander 3.0 GT with S-AWC and the GT Touring Package. The GT trim – starting at $30,995 – comes with many interior amenities like a 710-watt, 9-speaker Rockford Fosgate sound system, a 6.1-inch touch panel display audio system, HD Radio, FUSE Hands-free Link system with Bluetooth, 4.2-inch instrument cluster display, and a rearview camera. Adding the GT Touring package for $3,350 adds an on-board navigation system with 7.0-inch touch screen to replace the display audio system, including 2 years of HERE Mapcare Updates, as well as forward collision mitigation, adaptive cruise control, and lane departure warning. All of this totals $35,195 (incl. destination & delivery).
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