2022 Mitsubishi Outlander Dimensions

June 23rd, 2022 by

The 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander is an impressive force to be reckoned with. This compact SUV has three appealing trims to choose from, and it features a sleek exterior, luxurious interior, powerful engine, and impressive technology that caters to all your needs. It’s ideal for everyone, from the city driver to the weekend adventurer and anyone in between. Below, you can read about the exterior and interior dimensions of the  2022 Mitsubishi Outlander to find out if it’s the right size for you and your lifestyle.

Head, Hip, and Legroom Dimensions

This vehicle has a spacious inside. All three trims of the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander feature the same interior dimensions. For headroom, including the sunroof, you have 40.6 inches in the front, 39.1 inches in the second row, and 39.1 inches in the third row of seating. For hip room in the front, you have 54 inches, in the second row, you have 53.3 inches, and in the third row, you have 42.1 inches. Legroom in the front row offers a spacious 41.7 inches, you get 39.9 inches in the second row, and 18.7 inches of legroom in the third row.

Shoulder room for all three trims measures out to 57.9 inches in the front, 55.9 inches in the second row, and 51.2 inches in the third row. This vast space allows you to seat seven people comfortably, making long drives with a full car a breeze.

Interior Cargo Dimensions

This compact SUV has an impressive cargo volume. It features an SAE passenger volume, with sunroof, of 125.5 cu.ft, for all three trims. The SAE cargo volume behind the front seats, with the sunroof, measures out to 78.3 cu.ft for the SE 2WD and the SE S-AWC models. The cargo volume behind the front row seats, without the sunroof, measures out to 79.7 cu.ft. The cargo volume behind the second-row seats, with the sunroof, measures out to 33.5 cu.ft. for the SE 2WD and the SE S-AWC, and 33.5 cu.ft. for the ES 2.5 2WD without the sunroof.

The SAE cargo volume behind the third-row measures out to 11.7 cu.ft. for the SE 2WD and the SE S-AWC with the sunroof and the ES 2.5 2WD without the sunroof. This spacious interior cargo room makes storing items easy and convenient.

Ground Clearance, Height, Length, and Width

The 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander’s ground clearance for all three trims is 8.4 inches. The SE 2WD and the SE S-AWC both have an overall height of 68.8 inches total, while the ES 2.5 2WD has a total height of 68.7 inches, just a hair shorter than the two other trims. All three trims have a total length of 185.4 inches. The vehicle’s overall width with its mirrors folded is 74.7 inches, and its overall width with its mirrors out is 84.4 inches.

Its front track measures out to 62.7 inches and its rear track measures out to 63.1 inches total for all three trims. Every trim also has a wheelbase measurement of 106.5 inches total. The vehicle has a maximum towing capacity of 2,000 lbs. and a trailer tongue weight of 200 lbs.

Steering Ratios and Suspension

All steering ratios for the three 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander trims are identical. The overall steering ratio is 14.2:1. The turning radius is 36.1 ft. The lock to lock turn ratio measures out to 2.6, all of which is facilitated through electric power steering. You can expect all three trims to feature a smooth ride with MacPherson strut front suspension and a multi-link rear suspension with hollow stabilizing bars.

Fuel and Oil

All three trims of the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander have a maximum fuel tank capacity of 14.5 gallons. They take 4.5 quarts of oil. These capacities allow you to get 24 mpg in the city for all three trims. For the SE 2WD and ES 2.52WD, you can get 31 mpg on the highway, and you can get 30 mpg on the highway in the SE S-AWC. The SE 2WD and ES 2.52WD allow you to get 27 mpg combined, while the E S-AWC gets you 26 mpg combined. The vehicle takes regular unleaded fuel. These fuel capacities make this ride fuel-efficient and affordable.


The 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander has a presence on the road due to its size and weight. All three trims have a GVWR of 5,192 lbs. The SE 2WD has a curb weight of 3,737 lbs., the SE S-AWC has a curb weight of 3,759 lbs., and the ES 2.52WD has a curb weight of 3,593 lbs. All three have an identical weight distribution of 58/4%.


The transmission on the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander packs a powerful punch. All three trims of this vehicle boast the same transmission ratios. Its CVT automatic ratios are 2.631  to about 0.378. Its continuously variable transmission (CVT) is standard. Its final drive ratio measures out to 5.694, and its reverse measures out to 1.960.


This vehicle has an impressive engine that makes it stand out in a crowd. For all three trims, its compression ratio equates to 12.0:1, its bore-stroke ratio is 89 mm. x 100 mm., and it has a displacement of 2,488 ccs. Additionally, for all three trims, you can expect the Outlander to have high emissions standards that meet state and federal requirements.

All trims of this vehicle also boast of a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine that has a 181-horsepower output at 6,000 rpm with 181 lbs-ft. of torque at 3,600 rpm. Its direct-injection fuel system ensures you get the power you need when you step on the gas

It’s obvious that the  2022 Mitsubishi Outlander is a magnificent ride that’s perfect for you and your needs. Now that you know all about this vehicle, what are you waiting for? If you’d like to know more about it or need some help to decide if it’s the right SUV for you, please don’t hesitate to contact us today and one of our sales representatives would love to connect with you.

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