A family in a 2024 Mitsubishi Outlander SUV


For Mitsubishi Motors, safety isn't simply a set of features. In all our vehicles, safety is interwoven into performance, technology, design and even comfort. The 2024 Outlander takes this philosophy to new levels.

Advanced Safety Technology is In

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) employ a range of cutting-edge technologies to provide preventative protection and reduce the chance of collisions. The 2024 Outlander boasts many ADAS features for a more confident drive.

Blind Spot Warning (BSW)

When a vehicle is approaching your blind spot, a warning light in the corresponding side mirror illuminates. If your turn signal is also on, the warning light blinks and the system beeps three times, signifying it is unsafe to change lanes.

Active Blind Spot Assist (ABSA)

The Blind Spot Warning feature detects other vehicles that the driver may not be able to see and provides visual and audible warnings. The Active Blind Spot Assist further attempts to avoid collisions by gently applying the brakes and guiding the driver back into their original lane.

Rear Automatic Emergency Braking (Rear AEB)

Sonar sensors near Outlander's rear bumper can detect objects behind the vehicle. If something is near, Rear Automatic Emergency Braking issues an audible warning and attempts to stop the vehicle, reducing the chance of an accident.

Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM)

If the Outlander detects a car or pedestrian in front of the vehicle through the front radar and camera, a warning appears. If brakes are still not applied and the risk of collision is imminent, Forward Collision Mitigation applies the brakes.


Extra Safety when You Need it Most

In addition to the typical six airbags, including front, front-side and curtain airbags, the Outlander adds an extra 5 airbags. These additional airbags protect front driver and passenger knees and rear-side passengers. And the eleventh front-centre airbag is there for protection where the worst injuries happen and peace of mind for all on every drive.