Mitsubishi Outlander interior

The Outlander’s dashboard design is seriously lacking in imagination, but as all the controls are easy to use and logically laid out, this is easier to forgive than you may imagine.

Style

The interior is certainly practical, but there's nothing all that exciting to look at

In fact, there’s a sense of robustness to the Mitsubishi’s interior that gives you the feeling it is simply a gimmick-free, robust product. What you don’t get is any of the glitz or glamour that are present and correct in pricier rivals such as the BMW X3, Mercedes GLC or Jaguar F-Pace. Instead, you’ll have to make do with some shiny black plastics and a trip computer that can relay ‘useful’ information on altitude and air pressure.

There’s nothing spectacular about the Outlander’s interior, but there's no question that it’s properly built

Mat Watson
carwow expert

Infotainment

The interior is certainly practical, but there's nothing all that exciting to look at

Sadly, the infotainment system can prove to be briefly perplexing, but even it has home buttons that make it easy to get back to the main menus. The graphics, meanwhile, aren’t the last word in visual delight but are clear, crisp and colourful.

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