Mitsubishi is on a bit of a roll. Fueled by the introduction of its latest SUV, the Eclipse Cross, the Japanese brand had its best sales summer in a decade, and its sales in 2018 are up for many of its products, including the Mirage, Outlander Sport, and its largest SUV: the seven-passenger Outlander, which is the most affordable three-row SUV on the market.
For 2019, the Outlander receives a list of improvements, including a few exterior enhancements as well as increased comfort and features. Mitsubishi has also retuned the crossover’s steering and suspension for more ride comfort and better handling. Built in Japan, it competes with other stylish, fun-to-drive, and fuel-efficient crossovers in the fast-growing segment, including the Kia Sorento, Nissan Pathfinder, Hyundai Santa Fe, Mazda CX-9, and Toyota Highlander.