Those who are familiar with the Mitsubishi
Outlander Sport will notice the desirable updates right away. The new Outlander
Sport sets itself apart with an angular, athletic design. Changes start with
the exterior, where almost everything has been refreshed, including the front
bumper, the engine hood, and the fender. The front end of the 2020 Outlander
Sport now wears a DYNAMIC SHIELD grille surrounded by LED headlights and LED
daytime running lamps. Plus, LED taillights are now standard on the Outlander
The updated exterior is finished off with a new
bumper fascia and 18-inch alloy wheels. Drivers now have three new exterior
colors to choose from, as well: Sunshine Orange, Red Diamond, and Oak Brown.
On the inside, new fabrics and improved knobs
and switches demonstrate the modern and thoughtful design of the Outlander
Sport. Individual trims get new standard features, like the 8-inch
Smartphone-link Display Audio, which is now standard on the ES trim, and
driver-assist features like Lane Departure Warning, Automatic High Beams, and
Forward Collision Mitigation, which are all included in the SE trim.
Sometimes less is more, and such is proving to be the case as Mitsubishi narrows their focus onto their Outlander lineup. These sophisticated SUVs have quite a bold presence in their class, and are proving to be worth the time and attention that the Mitsubishi name is putting towards them.
The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport in particular is proving to be a best-selling choice for small families and those looking for a versatile performance. As the smaller version of the Outlander, the 2017 Outlander Sport is more compact and thus easier to maneuver in crowded city driving or tight parking spaces, and is also exceptionally efficient at 30 mpg highway*. Even so, the Outlander Sport still gives a powerful performance.
Mitsubishi’s 2017 Outlander lineup gets updates across the board, with improvements in handling, design, and technologies. The Outlander Sport now features elegant details like LED taillights, a standard leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, and 18-inch alloy wheels, all of which help this vehicle to both stand apart from its competitors and its earlier iterations.
If you’re ready to take a closer look at one of the best compact SUVs on the market, and a favorite among Mitsubishi fans everywhere, stop by Biggers Mitsubishi today to set up a test drive in the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport.
Once again, Mitsubishi has raised the bar for vehicle safety with the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander, which was just named a “Top Safety Pick+” vehicle by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The new Mitsubishi Outlander Touring Package specifically earned the title, honoring the popular Outlander for the fourth year in a row. In its standard form, the new Outlander is equipped with Brake Assist, Hill Start Assist, Tire Pressure Monitoring, and much more. So no matter where you go and who’s in tow, the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Safety Features will keep you covered every time.
If you upgrade to the Touring Package, you will find a long list of active safety features – from Adaptive Cruise Control to Lane Departure Warning – that continue to keep drivers safe even when they do not recognize their own danger.
Keep in mind that IIHS standards are higher than ever with new, rigorous testing standards that include the evaluation of headlights and much more. The new Mitsubishi Outlander scored nearly perfectly in every category.
When it comes to choosing your next vehicle, perhaps no factor is as important as safety. Thankfully, Mitsubishi has you covered, with the seven-passenger 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander.
Want to learn more about the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander safety features? To take the vehicle out on a test drive, contact us or visit us any time, here at Biggers Mitsubishi.
In a recent press release, Mitsubishi Motors America unveiled its 2015 August sales numbers for public viewing, and the statistics are staggering. The company has seen its best August numbers since 2008. Mitsubishi August sales in 2015 are a significant improvement over 2014’s numbers from the same time period, boasting a 22.1% increase in overall sales.
The 2016 Outlander Sport outshone the rest, selling 3,286 units in the month of August alone. The base Outlander itself, which sold 2,188 units in August, was redesigned for the 2016 model year, with over 100 improvements made by Mitsubishi to improve the SUV’s appeal. The improvements worked, luring in enough buyers that the Outlander’s total sales jumped 92.9% from August 2014 to August of this year. The SUV saw its best August sales in 12 years.
Other vehicles in Mitsubishi’s lineup include the Mirage, which sold 1,569 units in August, and the Lancer, which sold 1,240. However, Mitsubishi August sales were definitely led by the incredible sales of the Outlander and Outlander Sport, paving the way for future success.
You’ve likely heard by now that if you want to get your hands on the Mitsubishi Lancer and Lancer Evo models, you should head to Biggers Mitsubishi soon—like, really soon. Production for the models will end at the close of the year. However, according to circulating rumors, it seems the same fate will not befall the Evo badge.
The term “Evo” is short for “Evolution” and is synonymous with Mitsubishi’s brand of high performance. Seeing as the automaker is dedicating its efforts to furthering development of its SUV lineup, it only makes sense that the “Evo” designation would be reassigned to an SUV.
According to Auto Express, an auto publication based in the United Kingdom, Mitsubishi has its sights on the next-gen Outlander Sport (also known as the ASX in Europe) to wear the famed badge.
If that is the case, it still might be a little while before we see “Evo” stamped on a new model. Mitsubishi plans to take its time, introducing the next-generation model with four-wheel drive first and a two-wheel drive with plug-in hybrid technology second. Then, if Mitsu’s leadership chooses to adopt the “Evo” name and characteristics for the model, it “isn’t a huge jump.”
Of course we’ll have to wait and see what the automaker chooses to do, but we’re keeping our fingers crossed for an Outlander Sport Evo model to come to the States relatively soon.
The 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport has once again made headlines, this time for being named one of the 10 Most Affordable SUVs on the market, according to the experts at Kelley Blue Book (KBB).
The popular model provides owners with a variety of standard and available features as well as reliable performance, all for a very affordable price. However, the Outlander Sport’s exceptional value doesn’t end there. KBB also takes into account the estimated cost of owning the SUV over a five-year period.
Factors used to determine the expected costs of ownership include depreciation, fuel costs, insurance, financing, and maintenance and repairs.
“The 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport – the brand’s best-selling vehicle – offers distinctive styling like no other vehicle in its class,” said Don Swearingen, executive vice president of Mitsubishi Motors North America. “Because of its extensive list of features, safety technologies and an industry-leading warranty, the Outlander Sport has established itself as an extraordinary value for new car shoppers.”
Not only can we at Biggers Mitsubishi offer you a great value on the 2015 Outlander Sport, we are also confident that you will be able to enjoy that value for years to come.