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The fuel–efficient family hauler
Bring the whole crew along for the ride, without worrying about overspending on fuel. Standard 3rd row seating and a combined rating of 27 MPG make the 2020 Outlander one of the most fuel-efficient seven-seaters in its class2.
Outlander Gas Mileage3
Top Marks For Mileage
Save on fuel and cut back on pump time. The 2020 Outlander’s impressive MPG stats stamp out the competition, taking your farther for less fuel. Don’t just take our word for it – compare the Outlander’s fuel economy with other seven–seater SUVs in the segment.
S–AWC ECO Driving Mode
The Outlander’s S–AWC ECO Driving Mode makes handling improvements possible with minimal reduction in efficiency and driving performance. With a push of the S–AWC ECO Mode button, the system maximizes fuel economy by engaging the 4–wheel drive only when wheel slippage is detected.
Moved by MIVEC
The Outlander’s 2.4–liter MIVEC engines are designed to maximize efficiency and fuel economy, boasting an impressive highway rating of 30 MPG2 and matched by an exhilarating driving experience.
The smooth–accelerating CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) is designed to use less oil for even greater efficiency. Feeling a bit sportier? The Outlander GT’s 3.0–liter MIVEC V6 has a 6–speed automatic for a powerful engine that’s both clean and efficient.
1 Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. Excludes destination/handling, tax, title, license etc. Retailer price, terms and vehicle availability may vary. See your Mitsubishi retailer for details.
2 Based on 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander 2.4 ES (Base model) Combined Fuel economy vs. similarly equipped competitors. Gasoline only. Excludes HEV, PHEV & Diesel. Class based on Wards Auto Middle Cross/Utility Segmentation.
3 EPA Mileage estimate. Actual mileage may vary. EPA mileage estimate for Outlander 2.4L 2WD is: 25 City, 30 Highway, 27 Combined.
4 MPG information pulled September 2019 from https://fueleconomy.gov for 2019 models for Chevy Equinox, Hyundai Santa Fe, GMC Terrain and is based on automatic transmission vehicles.