Get to know the 2016 Outlander

Built over 100 ways better

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New LED daytime running lamps

Giving a whole new meaning to daylight saving.

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New chrome-accented front bumper

So you have a sexy accent no matter where you’re from.

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New front centre bumper

Now your best foot forward comes on four wheels.

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New front skid plate styling

With a sleeker, smoother front skid plate, the Outlander is aerodynamic from the ground up.

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New fog lamp chrome accent design

If you think it looks good now, wait until you see it in the fog.

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New front fender design

With a front fender like this, you’re going to want a giant mirror in your garage.

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Silver lower door garnish

Because a car without a silver garnish is like a samurai without a sword.

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LED liftgate lamps

So when it’s hard to see outside, you aren’t.

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New chrome liftgate garnish

Now when people are tailing you, you’ll know they’re just trying to get a better look.

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New rear bumper design

It’s more for the cars you’re passing than for you.

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New silver rear skid plate styling

Yes, we broke out the good silver for you.

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New reverse lamps & reflectors

You’ll be more noticeable to other vehicles when you’re backing up. Who says foresight can’t come from behind?

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Black painted muffler

It’s about time the muffler updated its look.

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New quartz brown colour

The other colour of money.

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Premium leather-wrapped steering wheel

It’s like a built-in driving glove.

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New stitching on instrument cover

Making the Outlander engineered, even at the seams. (U.S. model shown)

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Softer pad on the centre armrest

So now your elbow has the best seat in the house.

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New interior panel decoration

With this added touch, you’d think we hired an interior decorator.

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New knit material headliner

The new knit material is of a higher quality than any of our headliners before it.

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New knit material A-pillars

Our new knit material makes the A-pillars feel more like A+ pillars.

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Graphic added to window switches

Because we didn’t want the windows feeling jealous about all the other enhancements.

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New contrast-stitched seat fabric

It’s tailor-made for a more premium look and feel.

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Extended driver seat height lever

Now it’s easier to grab the lever. And even easier to adjust the seat.

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Easy folding 2nd row seats

The 2nd row seats now fold easier than ever. Because getting your kids back there is hard enough.

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Auto-folding 2nd row seat headrests

Now you can tuck the seat’s head down with ease.

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Easy-pull 2nd row seat release straps

They make handling the second row as easy as handling the road.

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2nd row seat folding instruction label

Has anyone seen the manual for the... oh, never mind.

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Auto-dimming rearview mirror

For when the guy behind you is too dim to dim his lights.

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Homelink system

It links to your garage door opener, security system, house lights and even appliances. So it’s like the Outlander is a universal remote for your entire home.

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Sunglass holder

After all, why do gloves get all the boxes?

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Power-folding side mirrors

They tuck themselves in. So they’re safe and sound from any cyclists, e-bikes or rogue Segway drivers.

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Increased open liftgate height

The unofficial liftgate enhancement of basketball enthusiasts.

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Improved warning chime sound

Did somebody say reeeeeemix?

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Intuitive forward collision mitigation icon

Universal safety in the universal language.

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Discreet buzzer sound

We lowered the volume of the buzzer sound, or, more accurately, we gave unpleasant noise a buzz cut.

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Upgraded defroster

For those who winter in Canada.

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Deleted A/C button sound

Now when you change the A/C levels, you don’t hear any unnecessary beeps. So you can be the cool, silent type.

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Enhanced rear door weatherstripping

So when the door shuts, it’s so quiet it’s like you’re walking into a library.

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Improved door-closing sound

Brought to you by the many features that soak up sound.

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Redesigned display audio system

Taking your requests all night long.

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Enhanced intelligent CVT

With more accurate intelligent shifting, the CVT-8 transmission has infinite possibilities.

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Enhanced engine calibration

With recalibrated engine-control management, there’s nothing artificial about this intelligence.

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Teflon-coated engine oil seals

For a non-stick engine.

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Resin-coated crank bearings

We cranked up the resin to crank down the heat.

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Resin-coated rod bearings

The engine stays cool while you stay hot on the trail.

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Resin-coated piston rings

These help the engine run smoother and last longer. So you never stop firing on all cylinders.

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Smoother crankshaft & pin surface

It helps the engine run smoother. So you get better fuel efficiency and make fewer stops at the gas station.

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Revised camshaft profile

It helps reduce engine vibration and noise. So no vibes are the new good vibes.

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Thicker rear door glass

Gone with the wind noise.

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Front fender insulator

It makes the cabin of the Outlander so quiet; it’s like a library with super all-wheel control.

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Front fender acoustic foam block

It not only reduces cabin noise, it increases peace and quiet.

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Floor insulator

Drive sound into the ground by keeping road noise on the road.

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Cowl top panel bulkhead

Silence now comes in bulk.

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Dash sound-damping panel

It helps stop engine sounds from coming through the dash. So you can say sayonara to engine noise.

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Roof sound-damping panel

A little more insulation, a lot less noise. In other words, we’ve raised our roof game.

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Front door rubber insulation film

It’s the Outlander’s version of a windbreaker.

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Rear door rubber insulation film

This insulation film helps reduce wind and road noise. You’ll hear it working when you don’t hear either of those things.

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Front door sound insulation panel

How our sound improvements go from door to door.

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Rear door sound insulation panel

It helps keep outside noise in its natural habitat. Outside.

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Front door speaker insulating cover

Because if you like the sound of road noise, you should probably look into getting a convertible.

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Rear door speaker insulating cover

It helps reduce road noise from coming through the speaker opening. After all, there’s a reason you’ll never find a satellite radio station that plays road noise.

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Liftgate sound-damping panel

To help quiet all that racket coming from the back.

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Rear quarter sound-damping panel

Just another example of our terms being non-negotiable when it comes to silence.

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Enhanced front door sound insulation felt

It’s one of 31 enhancements we’ve made to give you a quieter cabin. Seriously.

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Enhanced liftgate sound insulation

The tailgate party just got a lot quieter.

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Enhanced rear quarter trim sound insulation

We’ve added thicker insulation to reduce noise from coming through the rear. Because your kids are noisy enough.

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Enhanced floor silencer

So when the rubber meets the road, you don’t have to hear about it.

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Rear cargo box sound insulation

A new sound insulation sheet has been added to help reduce road noise. So there’s less audible junk in the trunk.

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Enhanced dash engine noise silencer pad

Consider this a road block for unwanted noise.

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A-pillar insulator

Just one more way we’re keeping the cabin quieter.

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Air intake resonator

To help make the Outlander like noise-cancelling headphones you can drive.

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Enhanced air cleaner insulator

It’s a breath of fresh air for cabin quietness.

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Rear suspension damper

For a quieter cabin. And happier campers.

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Rear differential damper

It helps reduce booming noise. Because you want an Outlander, not a boom box.

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Transfer case damper

It reduces engine noise from coming through, helping the engine be the strong, silent type.

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Enhanced door weatherstripping

Weatherstripping that doubles as sound-stripping.

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Enhanced A/C compressor

This enhancement reduces the sound of the A/C engaging. So all you hear when it comes on is "ahhhhh."

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A/C noise damper

It quiets that little hissing sound that the A/C systems sometimes make. So the air vents don’t double as speakers.

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Enhanced front-suspension cross member

By improving handling, this enhancement makes hard turns easy.

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Strut tower reinforcement

It gives you more accurate handling. So you can strut down the street from the driver’s seat.

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Cowl top panel reinforcement

Enhancing body rigidity for more accurate handling. Basically the automotive equivalent of rock-hard abs.

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Reinforced rear wheelhouse brace

Reinforced to ensure you never have to deal with a pain in the rear.

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Front pillar reinforcement

Now you get more stability while you drive. In other words, the reinforcements have arrived; so not to worry.

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Enhanced front suspension calibration

It helps improve handling. Because "DEER!" happens.

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Larger rear shock absorbers

So nothing shocks you.

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Revised front spring rate

If it worked at Dakar, it’ll work on the highway.

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Revised rear spring rate

It helps keep all four wheels on the ground.

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Electronic power-steering calibration

You get more responsive steering. And more reactive driving.

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