Mitsubishi updates its lineup of cars and SUVs for 2021 with a redesigned Outlander SUV and refreshed looks on its other cars.

The Japanese automaker appeared to pull itself back from the brink of exiting the U.S. a few years ago with the launch of the Eclipse Cross compact crossover, which expanded the lineup from four vehicles to five. It’s not a great car, earning a TCC Rating of just 4.6 out of 10, but it’s priced below the competition and, like other Mitsubishi vehicles, offers a relative value at a time when cars and SUVs are nearing an average sale price of $40,000. 

The most expensive Mitsubishi, the plug-in hybrid variant of the Outlander crossover SUV, gets an increased range in 2021, and the redesigned Outlander will launch in Spring 2021 as a 2022 model. The Eclipse Cross, Mirage hatch, and Mirage G4 compact sedan will sport a revised look, and all five…

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