When conducting your search for the right SUV like the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, make reading reviews part of your research. There’s a lot San Jose, San Francisco, and Oakland, California, car shoppers can gather from them, so they’ll feel informed before making a purchase. Once you read some, talk to the folks at San Jose Mitsubishi about taking a test drive.
If you need a closer look, our team created a handful of reviews to help you out. Take some time to read a few, and learn more about the great features in the Outlander Sport.
Depending on what you want, there’s an Outlander Sport trim to go with it. Six trim levels, including S, ES, LE, BE, SE, and GT can be selected for this 5-seater SUV.
Here you’ll find more detailed dimension stats:
|Dimensions||Front Seat||Rear Seat|
|Headroom||39.4 inches||37.9 inches|
|Hip Room||52.1 inches||51.6 inches|
|Legroom||41.6 inches||36.3 inches|
|Shoulder Room||56.2 inches||55.5 inches|
Around back, the cargo space measures 21.7 cubic feet to start. A maximum of 49.5 cubic feet of cargo space can be used when you fold down the rear seats.
Your Outlander Sport dashboard features a 7-inch display audio system, or you can upgrade to an 8-inch Smartphone-link Display Audio (SDA) system. With this system, it’s easy to hook up your smartphone with Apple CarPlay® or Android Auto™. Additionally, you can make and receive calls and stream music from Bluetooth®.
For accident prevention and driver guidance, Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM) with pedestrian detection comes standard. Also, the rearview camera system provides a wide view, so you can safely go in reverse. If you’re looking for more advanced protection, choose the available Blind Spot Warning (BSW) with Lane Change Assist (LCA) and Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA).
Two engines with a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) can be chosen for your Outlander Sport, depending on the trim you want. All the trims except for the highest GT trim include a 2.0L MIVEC 4-cylinder engine with 148 horsepower. You can also get an available drive mode selector to manage any challenging road conditions you face.
If you like the GT trim, the 2.4L MIVEC 4-cylinder engine, which produces 168 horsepower and uses All-Wheel-Control (AWC), exclusively comes with this model.
At its best, the Outlander Sport achieves an EPA-estimated 24 city/30 highway MPG in the S, ES, LE, BE, and SE trims, when paired with the 2-wheel drive (2WD) drivetrain.
To consider the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport for your travels around San Jose, San Francisco, and Oakland, CA, make sure you read up on its many qualities before you make your purchase. Reviews help you determine what vehicle and trim suits you best. For more information and an in-person experience, contact San Jose Mitsubishi and arrange your test drive today!