The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is a compact crossover that competes in the small compact crossover segment.
The Outlander Sport is Mitsubishi’s smallest crossover and has been on sale in its current form for nearly 10 years. The crossover’s appearance and technology have evolved over that period, with the last notable refresh taking place for the 2018 model year. The 2019 Outlander Sport has been updated with new safety features and a trim-level change with the addition of a GT model. The 2020 Outlander Sport will have a significant appearance update and a new touch screen.
Here is a summary of the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport’s specifications.
- The Outlander Sport has a starting price of $22,040 including a $1,095 destination charge.
- The Outlander Sport 2.4GT with AWD has a starting price of $27,640 including the $1,095 destination charge.
- The 2018 Outlander Sport had a starting price of $21,235 including a $940 destination charge.
- The Outlander Sport is available in three trims: ES, SE and 2.4 GT.
- Two limited-edition trims are available that package popular options from other trims: LE and SP.
- The Outlander Sport has a wheelbase of 105.1 inches, an overall length of 171.9 inches and a width of 71.3 inches.
- The Outlander Sport comes standard with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that has 148 horsepower and 145 pound-feet of torque.
- The GT comes with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that has 168 horsepower and 167 pound-feet of torque.
- A five-speed manual transmission is standard. A continuously variable transmission is optional for the base trim and standard for all others.
- The Outlander Sport is not rated for towing.
- When equipped with the 2.0-liter engine, the Outlander Sport has EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings of 24 mpg in city driving, 30 mpg in highway driving and 27 mpg in combined driving. With the manual transmission, those estimates change to 23 mpg in city driving, 29 mpg in highway driving and 25 mpg in combined driving.
- The GT trim with 2.4-liter engine has EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings of 23 mpg in city driving, 29 mpg in highway driving and 25 mpg in combined driving.
- The Outlander Sport comes standard with an advanced seven-airbag safety system, a rearview camera, hill-start assist and active stability control.
- SE and GT trims come with blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert and lane-change assist.
- GT trim comes with lane-departure warning and automatic high beam headlights.
- The Outlander Sport comes standard with a 7-inch touch screen display that includes HD radio, four-speaker audio, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, a USB port and steering wheel audio controls.
- SE and GT trims come with SiriusXM Radio, dual USB ports, voice controls, six speakers and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability.
COMFORT & CONVENIENCE
- The Outlander Sport comes standard with cloth upholstery, folding rear seats, cruise control, automatic climate control, power windows and door locks, two 12-volt power outlets and cargo tie-down hooks.
- SE and GT trims come with heated front seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, gloss black interior trim, and keyless entry and start.
- GT trim comes with soft-touch seating surfaces.