Pre-Owned 2022 MitsubishiOutlander ES

  • VIN: JA4J3TA87NZ019420
  • Stock: M0120
On The Lot
at Seguin Chevrolet
Location Details
    Exterior Color
    Other
    Interior Color
    Other
    Odometer
    8,558 miles
    Fuel Economy
    24/31 MPG City/Hwy
    Transmission
    Automatic
    Mitsubishi Outlander
    • Carfax One Owner

    Detailed Specifications

    • Max seating capacity: 7
    • Fuel tank capacity: 14
    • Horsepower: 181

    Dealer Notes

    To protect our Employees, Customers, and the General Public against the spread of COVID-19, Seguin Chevrolet is taking the extra steps necessary to maintain a healthy and sanitary workplace while still meeting customer's needs. Our dealership's management team continues to monitor information from state health authorities and the CDC for their guidelines and recommendations on how we can prevent the spread of this virus. Our Dealership will remain open, please let us know if you have any questions or how we can help! Thank you, and stay safe!
    CARFAX One-Owner. Black Diamond 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander ES FWD CVT 2.5L 4-Cylinder DOHC Outlander ES.

    Odometer is 1609 miles below market average! 24/31 City/Highway MPG

    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall3.9Out of 5
    • Absolutely amazing

      By Sakuraart on Friday, January 14, 2022

      5.0
      Wanted another Montero, but since the North American market doesn't sell them, and this new look Outlander was so impressive from it's launch commercials, to the test drive, I had to have one. I purchased August 1st, 2021. Drove it from NY to LA, in 7 days, and oh what a wonderful vehicle it was. I don't have the super decked out version, just the FWD SE with upgraded electronics package. Natural temps of areas we travelled in were between 20°F to 120°F. It handled well in snow with it's stock tires in Yellowstone, amazingly on highways in the Dakota's with downpour conditions at 50 mph (too scary to even attempt to go faster), and stuck to the road like a racecar all over the Southwestern Deserts UT, AZ, NV, and CA. One note though, if vehicle is in ECO mode and it's raining outside, or snowing, the inside windows still fog up. Switch it to Normal or Sport and the AC will clear them right up. I wanted the AWD launch version, with the super cool seats and interior stitching, but those vehicles were too far away to purchase (and sold out everywhere). To get everything you want on this ride, in the colors you want is a needle in a haystack. I did find it seemed to be underpowered coming off ramps to merge at highway speeds, again it's just fine in normal mode, or Sport (Tarmac). In these modes it does a great "giddy up go", and can accelerate impressively, with a deduction in your fuel (from the instant fuel gauge monitoring). I averaged 41 mpg during the 5000 mile trip. It did much better than the stat sheet shows on it... And I fell in love with the multi adjustable seat. Like a comfortable sports car actually. Never got boring to drive, never felt tired in it. The adaptive cruise control was amazing too. All the new cars have it, and it's pretty great on the highways, but should be deactivated in city driving (bumper to bumper). Lane assist was on point too, turned it on, kept hands close to the wheel, and it kept me in my lane. Although, it's not for long term driving, as the entire dash will flash in red telling the driver to take the wheel. If you don't take the wheel, it will turn off any auto "things" you may have turned on (cruise, adaptive lane control, ect) and will start decelerating (great safety feature for those who fall asleep at the wheel). The electronics package gave us the SIRiUS weather and traffic as well. It let us know of incoming storms and such (150$ a year after the first 3 months). Nice addition to the vehicle, and seems to always be monitoring in the background even if using Android Auto (which I used most of the time, as I like the maps, and programmability of it better than maps that come with any vehicles). Back seats:. 2nd row can be adjusted for more legroom, just like first row seats. First vehicle I've ever had that can do that. 3rd row seats, never used them, kept them stowed away. But I can assure you that your feet are too big for the floor space in front of them - unless, like the kbb reviewer says, it's a child. The electronics package has a subwoofer in the spare tire area, the vehicle did not come with a spare tire (be very aware of this, if you have a blowout you will need a tire). It does, however, have a fix a flat/gree goo type canister and an electric pump to fill the hole (provided it's a small one). Again, for the price of the vehicle, there could at least been a place for a spare tire - even if just a donut. I have the roof rack, so will be mounting on up top in a Carry adapter (hule?). Aside from the foggy windows at eco mode and no spare tire, I can easily say this was the best purchase I've ever made. The warranty alone makes it worth it. Another reviewer said something about the hood vibration. I took my Outlander to the dealership in Ventura, CA, when I arrived there and they adjusted the latch on it. They even told me about the fix before I noted it was a problem. I suppose it must be a recall, but I didn't receive any notice from Mitsubishi saying they noted this problem. Additionally, the dealership in Ventura had all the spec models that I was looking for in NY. So if you're looking for one, and are in SoCal, they may be able to get it for you. I'm back in NY, so no such luck for me. Love the comfort of the ride, lights nice and bright at night (and in that rain/snow, the fog lamps were clear). The entire roof is a window, it was pretty nice to have driving through downtown Cleveland, Chicago, Salt Lake City, Moab and the Arches, Vegas, and LA. Didn't miss anything. Again, if the Montero comes back to North America, it's the one vehicle I must have, and the only one I'll pick over this.
    • Best small suv on the market

      By Souzamrc on Saturday, January 01, 2022

      5.0
      No bad cvt transmission, almost drive like automatic transmission , big wheels filling more the ride but it’s more safe on curve and look good.
    • My first mitsubishi

      By Rowe on Wednesday, November 03, 2021

      5.0
      I love my outlander, we switched from a 2020 chevy trax to our brand new 2022 mitsubishi outlander and we haven't looked back since! We were drawn in by the size, considering we have 3 children. Therefore the third row seating is a huge plus, especially because we currently have 3 high back booster seats needed at the moment. Although people complain about the leg room in back seats, it is perfect in the 3rd row for my son in a booster seat (age 7) & also for my 2 daughters in carseats in the middle row (ages 3 & 5). This vehicle is such smooth driving in the city & on the highway! Only issue we have ran into with the vehicle thus far is the rattling/moving hood while on highways. And also the trunk storage space isn't that great if 3rd row seating is in use, which is a given having a third row. This car is like a space shuttle, with all the high-tech features, such as the huge touchscreen monitor on the dash, all the camera assists, drive modes, mi-pilot assist, blind spot detection and even just the way you switch it from park to drive/reverse. My wife is a small person yet the drivers seat accommodates her just as well as it does myself, because of all the ways it adjusts, which is another huge pro. Mitsubishi made the interior very classy and clean, & the exterior looks amazing as well, especially with the word 'outlander' written above the grill/ frontof hood. They also have a mitsubishi app where you can do anything from starting your car or locating your vehicle regardless of the situation All in all the inside and outside style is 10/10 in my opinion. I would purchase another one tomorrow if i could, and will definitely be sticking with Mitsubishi, because of all the safety features they equipped their vehicles with & also because of the 10 year or 100,000 mile warranty you get with the vehicle. The price for this vehicle was also pretty reasonable considering all it is capable of.

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