Mitsubishi Outlander Interiors Review


The 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander is a compact SUV that provides decent gas mileage, ample seating, and plenty of cargo space. It also boasts decent towing capabilities for a small SUV. Many drivers are impressed by the soft-touch feel of the Outlander.

Here is a brief interior review of the Mitsubishi Outlander. To admire the model yourself, visit Sansone Jr’s 66 Mitsubishi in Neptune, NJ, which is, in fact, near Freehold, Asbury Park, and Belmar too.


Mitsubishi Outlander seats can comfortably accommodate seven people. All the seats in the standard models are built using cloth upholstery, while the front seats are also heated. A heated steering wheel, power-adjustable front seats, and leather upholstery are additional features available.

The first two seats are firm yet comfortable, providing ample support for both short and long-distance journeys. In addition, there’s plenty of leg and headroom. The second-row seats have reclining features, which are a welcome bonus. 

There are latch connectors in the second row, including an upper tether anchor in the middle seat. The Outlander Sport 3rd row seats can accommodate two additional passengers; however, there are no latch connectors in this row.


The 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander provides plenty of entertainment options through its Mitsubishi Connect offering. Standard options include a dual-zone auto climate control, rearview camera, HD radio, a 7-inch touch screen with an accompanying infotainment system, a USB port, Bluetooth, and six speakers. In addition, the Outlander has Android Auto and Apple CarPlay capabilities.

Love taking long road trips? The Outlander’s sunroof will make your journey even more memorable.

Additional Features

Fans of the Mitsubishi Outlander can take advantage of many driver-assist capabilities, such as:

  • surround-view parking cameras
  • adaptive cruise control
  • forward collision warning
  • automatic emergency braking
  • rear and front parking sensors
  • lane-change assist
  • blind-spot monitoring
  • pedestrian detection


The Mitsubishi Outlander boasts 10.3 cubic feet behind its third row. When this third row is folded down, this space increases to 34.2 cubic feet. For additional cargo space, drivers can fold down both the second and third rows to get 63.3 cubic feet of cargo space.

The Outlander PHEV model has a whopping 66.6 cubic feet of cargo space when all the rear seat is folded. Models that have a sunroof will have reduced cargo capacity.

The Mitsubishi Outlander is equipped with several interior design comforts, cargo space, and Mitsubishi Connect entertainment tools to make long-distance travel a pleasant and enjoyable experience.

Source: Mitsubishi