The completely redesigned Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is offered in seven trim levels. The range comprises the ES, SE, SE with Tech Package, SEL, and three plusher entrants, namely SEL Touring, SEL Premium, and the 40th Anniversary Edition. All models utilize the same plug-in hybrid setup: a 2.4-liter four-cylinder gas engine and two electric motors. All-wheel drive is standard across the range.
The ES is the most affordable of the bunch but is has a strong standard specification. This includes 18-inch wheels, push-button start, and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto compatibility. There are plenty of driver assists too, such as Active Blind Spot Assist and Lane Departure Warning. The SE builds on this with 20-inch wheels, adaptive cruise control, and heated front seats. If that's not luxurious enough, the SE w/ Tech Package boasts a panoramic sunroof and a nine-speaker Bose sound system. The SEL makes do without the aforementioned features but strikes back with leather upholstery, rear heated seats, and three-zone climate control.
Plush as it is, the SEL is trumped by the SEL Touring and SEL Premium grades. The former boasts a heated steering wheel, head-up display, panoramic sunroof, and Bose sound system. The latter receives all of this, Semi-Aniline leather upholstery and a massage function for the driver and passenger seats. 40th Anniversary Edition models receive all the goodies of the SEL Premium, but it doesn't come with anything else besides a unique paint job and model-specific anniversary badging.