2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport

Up to 25 MPG city / 32 MPG hwy
$19,595 - $24,995

In Outlander language, 'Sport' means shrunken. The much sharper looking smaller 5-seat sibling of the original Outlander features a fair share of upgrades to its already robust packaging. Available with premium features well beyond what its stature would suggest, like rain detecting windshield wipers, heated side mirrors, HID headlights, a backup camera and panoramic glass roof, there isn't much to add to the cute-ute. Instead for 2013 Mitsubishi has focused on improving areas of criticism like the lack of any actual sportiness despite the little tyke's designation. Power is still a modest 148 horsepower from the 2.0-liter MIVEC 4-cylinder, but enhanced calibration of the CVT should improve acceleration and soften up the shift feel. Whether equipped with FWD or All-Wheel Control, the revised rear multi-link suspension ought to enhance ride comfort and handling to better suit the Sport. Arguably the best looking vehicle wearing the three-diamond badge the Outlander Sport didn't need much sprucing up, but Mitsubishi redesigned the front bumper section with a new grille and fog lamp design, tidied up the rear bumper as well as made 18 inch wheels standard for all four trim levels. See more... See Less

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall Rating
Pros Cons
Gas mileage & feel of car while driving Optional roof rack whistle at highway speeds
Cvt and 6 speed make for sporty, smooth shifts while performing well 2nd row seats do not fold flat and cannot be removed
Price - warranty Average gas mileage - needs to be better
Ease of opening tail gate, and lower gate holds items in Steering wheel - needs to telescope
Interior room - better to get in and out of large doors. Terrible road noise. 4 cylinder engine lacks power
Good handling - shorter turn radius than most - good power You don't get enough for your money. no real features. too expensive.
Roomy seats and cargo area. i also like third row seating Cabin interior and the quality of body make. squeaks!
Performance - handles & brakes perfectly. like a car. Should have auto lock doors at start of vehicle
Rockford fosgate sound system is great Rear seats 3rd row poor quality
Look & feel of steering wheel - very nice When rear windows are down during driving the sound is unbearable.