Engineered for safety

The all-new Outlander brings you top-class safety with an advanced driving experience offering you and your passengers the ultimate in comfort, while providing you with a safe feeling on the road.

Safety Features

Drive with confidence and peace of mind, knowing that you’re equipped with cutting-edge safety features.

SRS Airbags

With smaller packaged airbags, you get more flexibility in your interior cabin while having the peace of mind with enhanced
driver and passanger saftey at every inch of your vehicle.
SRS Airbags can be found in the driver's front, the passanger's
front, the drivers knee, including the front sides of both the
driver and passanger sections. There are also wo SRS side curtain airbags to ensure enhance driver and passanger safety.

Anti-lock Braking System with

EBD (Electric Brake-force Distribution) distributes
the Outlander's braking force evenly across all
four wheels, regardless of passenger number,
luggage or road conditions.

Active Stability & Traction Control

Enjoy a smoother drive on slippery roads with excellent
traction performance and enhanced stability, thanks to
the Outlander's lightweight construction and high torque

Hill Start Assist (HSA)

Prevent roll-back when starting up again from a stopped position on an incline with the Outlander's
smart Hill Start Assist technology.

Hill Descent Control (HDC)

Maintain your current speed while travelling downhill through automatically applied brakes in HDC mode. This allows you to concentrate on steering without the need to apply the brakes when travelling downhill.

Rear view camera

Your Mitsubishi Outlander rear view camera switches itself on automatically when you shift into reverse, giving you a clear and unobstructed view of the space immediatly behind you.

Front & rear park distance control

Experience effortless parking with front & rear park distance control. With sensors strategically placed on both ends, it provides precise feedback, helping you
navigate tight spaces with confidence.


An ultra-high tensile strenght steel is newly applied to the
body panel which disperses the energy in the event of a crash, protecting occupants and maintaining high cabin
integrity through RISE (Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution Body Construction technology.

Enjoy improved safety with carefully styled daytime
running lights which ensures you are visible to
oncoming traffic and pedestrains.

Daytime Running Lights

This technology makes it easier to start off up steep city streets by preventing the vehicle from rolling backwards. It maintains the braking force for two seconds, giving you time to move your foot from the brake to the accelerator.

*Available on the Eclipse Cross Exceed only

Ultrasonic Miss-acceleration Mitigation System

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