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2.0L MIVEC DOHC 16-valve Inline 4-cylinder4B11Aluminum block/aluminum cylinder heads86.0 mm x 86.0 mm102.0L/ 1,998 cc148 HP @ 6000 rpm145 lb-ft @ 4200 rpm6500TIER 3-BIN 70 (50S) LEV III - ULEV700W-20Regular UnleadedSTD2.631 - 0.3781.966.026MacPherson strut with stabilizer barMulti-link with stabilizer barElectric Power Steering43.69 mm/rev3.334.8 ftVentilated disc, 11.6 inSolid disc, 11.9 in4-wheel, 4-channel, 4-sensors with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist18 x 7J Aluminum alloyP225/55 R18Nexen105.1171.971.364.860.660.68.539.437.941.636.356.255.552.151.697.5 cu. ft49.5 cu. ft21.7 cu. ft.516.6 gallons4.5 quarts3120434360/ 40%2430275-year / 60,000 miles10-year / 100,000 miles7-year / 100,000 miles5-year / Unlimited milesSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTD---STDSTDSTD---STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STD---STD-------------STDSTDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD---STDSTDSTDSTD-STD---STDSTD-STD-STD-STD--STD--STDSTD-STD-STDSTD-STD-STDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD2.0L MIVEC DOHC 16-valve Inline 4-cylinder4B11Aluminum block/aluminum cylinder heads86.0 mm x 86.0 mm102.0L/ 1,998 cc148 HP @ 6000 rpm145 lb-ft @ 4200 rpm6500TIER 3-BIN 70 (50S) LEV III - ULEV700W-20Regular UnleadedSTD2.631 - 0.3781.966.026MacPherson strut with stabilizer barMulti-link with stabilizer barElectric Power Steering43.69 mm/rev3.334.8 ftVentilated disc, 11.6 inSolid disc, 11.9 in4-wheel, 4-channel, 4-sensors with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist18 x 7J Aluminum alloyP225/55 R18Nexen105.1171.971.364.860.660.68.539.437.941.636.356.255.552.151.697.5 cu. ft49.5 cu. ft21.7 cu. ft.516.6 gallons4.5 quarts3120434360/ 40%2430275-year / 60,000 miles10-year / 100,000 miles7-year / 100,000 miles5-year / Unlimited milesSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD---STDSTDSTD---STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STDSTD-STDSTD---------------STDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD---STDSTDSTDSTD-STD---STDSTD-STD-STD-STD--STD--STDSTD-STD-STDSTD-STD-STDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD2.0L MIVEC DOHC 16-valve Inline 4-cylinder4B11Aluminum block/aluminum cylinder heads86.0 mm x 86.0 mm102.0L/ 1,998 cc148 HP @ 6000 rpm145 lb-ft @ 4200 rpm6500TIER 3-BIN 70 (50S) LEV III - ULEV700W-20Regular UnleadedSTD2.631 - 0.3781.966.026MacPherson strut with stabilizer barMulti-link with stabilizer barElectric Power Steering43.69 mm/rev3.334.8 ftVentilated disc, 11.6 inSolid disc, 11.9 in4-wheel, 4-channel, 4-sensors with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist18 x 7J Aluminum alloyP225/55 R18Nexen105.1171.971.364.860.660.68.539.437.941.636.356.255.552.151.697.5 cu. ft49.5 cu. ft21.7 cu. ft.515.8 gallons4.5 quarts3263434359/ 41% 2329265-year / 60,000 miles10-year / 100,000 miles7-year / 100,000 miles5-year / Unlimited milesSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD---STDSTDSTD---STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STDSTD-STDSTDSTD--------------STDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD---STDSTDSTDSTD-STD---STDSTD-STD-STD-STD--STD--STDSTD-STD-STDSTD-STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD2.0L MIVEC DOHC 16-valve Inline 4-cylinder4B11Aluminum block/aluminum cylinder heads86.0 mm x 86.0 mm102.0L/ 1,998 cc148 HP @ 6000 rpm145 lb-ft @ 4200 rpm6500TIER 3-BIN 70 (50S) LEV III - ULEV700W-20Regular UnleadedSTD2.631 - 0.3781.966.026MacPherson strut with stabilizer barMulti-link with stabilizer barElectric Power Steering43.69 mm/rev3.334.8 ftVentilated disc, 11.6 inSolid disc, 11.9 in4-wheel, 4-channel, 4-sensors with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist18 x 7J Aluminum alloyP225/55 R18Nexen105.1171.971.364.860.660.68.539.437.941.636.356.255.552.151.697.5 cu. ft49.5 cu. ft21.7 cu. ft.516.6 gallons4.5 quarts3120434360/ 40%2430275-year / 60,000 miles10-year / 100,000 miles7-year / 100,000 miles5-year / Unlimited milesSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STD-STDSTD--STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STD-STDSTDSTD---STD-----------STDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STDSTD-STD-STD-STDSTDSTDSTD-STD-STDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD2.0L MIVEC DOHC 16-valve Inline 4-cylinder4B11Aluminum block/aluminum cylinder heads86.0 mm x 86.0 mm102.0L/ 1,998 cc148 HP @ 6000 rpm145 lb-ft @ 4200 rpm6500TIER 3-BIN 70 (50S) LEV III - ULEV700W-20Regular UnleadedSTD2.631 - 0.3781.966.026MacPherson strut with stabilizer barMulti-link with stabilizer barElectric Power Steering43.69 mm/rev3.334.8 ftVentilated disc, 11.6 inSolid disc, 11.9 in4-wheel, 4-channel, 4-sensors with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist18 x 7J Aluminum alloyP225/55 R18Nexen105.1171.971.364.860.660.68.539.437.941.636.356.255.552.151.697.5 cu. ft49.5 cu. ft21.7 cu. ft.515.8 gallons4.5 quarts3263434359/ 41%2329265-year / 60,000 miles10-year / 100,000 miles7-year / 100,000 miles5-year / Unlimited milesSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STD-STDSTD--STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STD-STDSTDSTDSTD--STD-----------STDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STDSTD-STD-STD-STDSTDSTDSTD-STD-STDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD2.0L MIVEC DOHC 16-valve Inline 4-cylinder4B11Aluminum block/aluminum cylinder heads86.0 mm x 86.0 mm102.0L/ 1,998 cc148 HP @ 6000 rpm145 lb-ft @ 4200 rpm6500TIER 3-BIN 70 (50S) LEV III - ULEV700W-20Regular UnleadedSTD2.631 - 0.3781.966.026MacPherson strut with stabilizer barMulti-link with stabilizer barElectric Power Steering43.69 mm/rev3.334.8 ftVentilated disc, 11.6 inSolid disc, 11.9 in4-wheel, 4-channel, 4-sensors with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist18 x 7J Aluminum alloyP225/55 R18Nexen105.1171.971.364.860.660.68.539.437.941.636.356.255.552.151.697.5 cu. ft49.5 cu. ft21.7 cu. ft.516.6 gallons4.5 quarts3120434360/ 40%2430275-year / 60,000 miles10-year / 100,000 miles7-year / 100,000 miles5-year / Unlimited milesSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STD--STD--STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STD--STDSTD----STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTD-STD-STDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD2.0L MIVEC DOHC 16-valve Inline 4-cylinder4B11Aluminum block/aluminum cylinder heads86.0 mm x 86.0 mm102.0L/ 1,998 cc148 HP @ 6000 rpm145 lb-ft @ 4200 rpm6500TIER 3-BIN 70 (50S) LEV III - ULEV700W-20Regular UnleadedSTD2.631 - 0.3781.966.026MacPherson strut with stabilizer barMulti-link with stabilizer barElectric Power Steering43.69 mm/rev3.334.8 ftVentilated disc, 11.6 inSolid disc, 11.9 in4-wheel, 4-channel, 4-sensors with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist18 x 7J Aluminum alloyP225/55 R18Nexen105.1171.971.364.860.660.68.539.437.941.636.356.255.552.151.697.5 cu. ft49.5 cu. ft21.7 cu. ft.515.8 gallons4.5 quarts3263434359/ 41%2329265-year / 60,000 miles10-year / 100,000 miles7-year / 100,000 miles5-year / Unlimited milesSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STD--STD--STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STD--STDSTDSTD---STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTD-STD-STDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD2.0L MIVEC DOHC 16-valve Inline 4-cylinder4B11Aluminum block/aluminum cylinder heads86.0 mm x 86.0 mm102.0L/ 1,998 cc148 HP @ 6000 rpm145 lb-ft @ 4200 rpm6500TIER 3-BIN 70 (50S) LEV III - ULEV700W-20Regular UnleadedSTD2.631 - 0.3781.966.026MacPherson strut with stabilizer barMulti-link with stabilizer barElectric Power Steering43.69 mm/rev3.334.8 ftVentilated disc, 11.6 inSolid disc, 11.9 in4-wheel, 4-channel, 4-sensors with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist18 x 7J Aluminum alloyP225/55 R18Nexen105.1171.971.364.860.660.68.539.437.941.636.356.255.552.151.697.5 cu. ft49.5 cu. ft21.7 cu. ft.516.6 gallons4.5 quarts3153434360/ 40%2430275-year / 60,000 miles10-year / 100,000 miles7-year / 100,000 miles5-year / Unlimited milesSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STD-STDSTDSTD-STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STDSTD-STDSTD-STD-------------STDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STDSTDSTD-STDSTD-STD-STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD2.0L MIVEC DOHC 16-valve Inline 4-cylinder4B11Aluminum block/aluminum cylinder heads86.0 mm x 86.0 mm102.0L/ 1,998 cc148 HP @ 6000 rpm145 lb-ft @ 4200 rpm6500TIER 3-BIN 70 (50S) LEV III - ULEV700W-20Regular UnleadedSTD2.631 - 0.3781.966.026MacPherson strut with stabilizer barMulti-link with stabilizer barElectric Power Steering43.69 mm/rev3.334.8 ftVentilated disc, 11.6 inSolid disc, 11.9 in4-wheel, 4-channel, 4-sensors with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist18 x 7J Aluminum alloyP225/55 R18Nexen105.1171.971.364.860.660.68.539.437.941.636.356.255.552.151.697.5 cu. ft49.5 cu. ft21.7 cu. ft.515.8 gallons4.5 quarts3263434359/ 41%2329265-year / 60,000 miles10-year / 100,000 miles7-year / 100,000 miles5-year / Unlimited milesSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STD-STDSTDSTD-STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTD-------------STDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STDSTDSTD-STDSTD-STD-STD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTD--STDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD-STDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTDSTD2.4L MIVEC DOHC 16-valve Inline 4-cylinder 4B12 Aluminum block/aluminum cylinder heads 88.0 mm x 97.0 mm 10.5 2.4L/ 2,360 cc 168 HP @ 6000 rpm 167 lb-ft @ 4100 rpm 6500 TIER 3-BIN 70 (50S) LEV III - ULEV70 0W-20 Regular Unleaded STD 2.631 - 0.378 1.96 6.026 MacPherson strut with stabilizer bar Multi-link with stabilizer bar Electric Power Steering 43.69 mm/rev 3.3 34.8 ft Ventilated disc, 11.6 in Solid disc, 11.9 in 4-wheel, 4-channel, 4-sensors with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist 18 x 7J Aluminum alloy P225/55 R18 Nexen 105.1 171.9 71.3 64.8 60.6 60.6 8.5 39.4 37.9 41.6 36.3 56.2 55.5 52.1 51.6 97.5 cu. Ft 49.5 cu. Ft 21.7 cu. ft. 5 15.8 gallons 4.5 quarts 3296 4343 59/ 41% 232825
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2021 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport

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2.4 GT 4dr AWC
2021 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Specs

Interior
Front head room39 "
Rear head room38 "
Front shoulder room56 "
Rear shoulder room56 "
Front hip room52 "
Rear hip room52 "
Front leg room41.6 "
Rear leg room36.3 "
Luggage capacity21.7 cu.ft.
Maximum cargo capacity49.5 cu.ft.
Standard seating5
Exterior
Length171.9 "
Body width71.3 "
Body height64.8 "
Wheelbase105.1 "
Ground clearance8.5 "
Curb3,296 lbs.
Gross weight4,343 lbs.
Fuel
Fuel tank capacity15.8 gal.
EPA mileage estimates23 City / 28 Hwy
Performance
Base engine size2.4 liters
Base engine typeI-4
Horsepower168 hp
Horsepower rpm6,000
Torque167 lb-ft.
Torque rpm4,100
Drive typefour-wheel
Turning radius17.4 ''
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Depreciation

Year 1$6,842

Year 2$3,438

Year 3$2,988

Year 4$2,389

Year 5$2,063

Fees & Taxes

Year 1$1,983

Year 2$212

Year 3$196

Year 4$164

Year 5$159

Fuel

Year 1$1,269

Year 2$1,314

Year 3$1,361

Year 4$1,410

Year 5$1,460

Insurance

Year 1$1,496

Year 2$1,483

Year 3$1,469

Year 4$1,456

Year 5$1,443

Interest

Year 1$873

Year 2$694

Year 3$508

Year 4$315

Year 5$113

Maintenance

Year 1$322

Year 2$679

Year 3$458

Year 4$628

Year 5$1,841

Opportunity

Year 1$28

Year 2$40

Year 3$52

Year 4$63

Year 5$77

Repairs

Year 1$0

Year 2$0

Year 3$0

Year 4$0

Year 5$0

Total Cost to Own

Year 1$12,812

Year 2$7,861

Year 3$7,032

Year 4$6,425

Year 5$7,155

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2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport ES (5-speed) - Start-Up/Full Tour/Specs
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Cargo (Std/Max):

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5-Year Cost to Own

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Pros

  • Long warranty
  • Responsive infotainment system
  • Strong throttle response

Cons

  • Noisy cabin
  • Cheaply built interior
  • Rivals are more efficient

Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Expert Review

Kelly Lin

The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is one of the oldest subcompact crossovers on the market, having made its debut for the 2011 model year. Mitsubishi has made a few meaningful changes since its introduction, but simply put, the small crossover remains outclassed by its competitors. It needs a thorough update inside and out to compete with top players like the Subaru Crosstrek and Kia Soul.

  • Revised trim structure (2.0 models include ES, LE, and SE, with a 2.4 GT model at the top of the range)
  • LED foglights, auto headlights, and front rain-sensing wipers are now standard
  • New standard safety features including forward collision mitigation with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, and auto high-beams

The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport provides plenty of power off the line, and good throttle response makes it feel even quicker than its 0-60 mph run of 8.5 seconds would suggest. Unfortunately, the powertrain becomes loud when you hit wide-open throttle while merging or passing other cars. Along with lots of engine noise, too much road and wind noise seeps into the cabin. Combine this with cheap interior materials, and it becomes clear the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is starting to show its age.

But there are a few things we really appreciate about this subcompact crossover. Although it's nothing fancy, the infotainment system is quick to respond. And Mitsubishi's warranty remains one of the best. The automaker offers a 5-year/60,000-mile basic warranty and a 10-year/100,000-mile limited powertrain warranty.

A 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine comes standard, producing 148 hp and 145 lb-ft of torque. Upgrade to the top GT trim, and you'll get a 2.4-liter inline four-cylinder engine good for 168 hp and 167 lb-ft. When we tested a 2018 Outlander Sport with this engine, it reached 60 mph in 8.5 seconds, which is a pretty good time for this class.

Fuel economy trails rivals at 24/30 mpg city/highway with the base engine. With AWD, that figure goes down to 23/29 mpg. The 2.4-liter engine gets 23/29 mpg with FWD and 23/28 mpg with AWD.

The 2021 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport gets a four-star overall safety rating from NHTSA. This rating includes four stars in the front crash and rollover tests, and five stars in the side crash test. The 2020 model received Good crash scores in all but the driver's side small overlap front test, which replicates what happens when the front left corner of the car strikes an object at 40 mph.

Standard safety features include forward collision mitigation with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, and auto high-beams. Blind-spot warning with lane change assist and rear cross-traffic alert is available.

Cargo Space and Interior Room

Legroom in the five-passenger Outlander Sport measures 41.6 inches up front and 36.3 inches in the back of the Outlander Sport. That's comparable to the 2021 Subaru Crosstrek, which has 43.1 inches in the front and 36.5 inches in the rear. Cargo space measures 21.7 cubic feet with the rear seats upright and 49.5 cubic feet with the seats folded, surpassing the Crosstrek's 20.8/55.3-cubic-foot capacity.

Standard tech goodies are pretty basic. A 7.0-inch central screen is included on the base model, as is a four-speaker sound system and a front USB port. An 8.0-inch unit is standard on the rest of the lineup, and it comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

2021 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport ES

Exterior: Heated power side mirrors, rear privacy glass, 18-inch two-tone alloy wheels, roof spoiler

Interior: Fabric seats, 60:40 folding rear seat, carbon-style audio panel

Performance/Convenience: Remote keyless entry, rearview camera, automatic climate control

2021 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport LE

Exterior: Black grille accents, black side mirrors, 18-inch black alloy wheels

Interior: Heated front seats, black fabric seats with red stitching, leather-wrapped steering wheel

Performance/Convenience: SiriusXM All Access compatibility, steering wheel voice recognition control

2021 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE

Exterior: Chrome side garnish, side mirrors with turn indicators, power-folding side mirrors

Interior: Dual sun visor vanity mirrors with illumination

Performance/Convenience: Push-button start, six-speaker sound system (instead of four)

2021 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport GT

Exterior: GT badging

Interior: Soft-touch seating surfaces, black headliner and pillars

Performance/Convenience: 2.4-liter engine, auto-dimming rearview mirror with Homelink

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Hp outlander sport

Overview

Despite its recently redesigned facade, the 2021 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is outdated and outmatched versus its classmates. The Mitsubishi subcompact crossover has several driver assists and some infotainment features that give the illusion of modernity, but its aging engines and moldering platform lack refinement. Driving the Outlander Sport isn't satisfying in the slightest and sitting inside its dreary confines does nothing to improve the experience. What's worse is that Mitsubishi charges just over $24,000 for the stripped-down base model, but the beautiful Mazda CX-30 and the cool Hyundai Kona both start at $23,000 or less. Aside from offering handsome styling, all-wheel drive, and an excellent powertrain warranty, there's little to love about the 2021 Outlander Sport—unless shoppers are a huge fan of the brand.

What's New for 2021?

After the previous model year underwent a transformative facelift, the 2021 Outlander Sport receives a handful of new features. All models now have automatic high-beams, forward-collision warning with pedestrian detection, and lane-departure warning. The base model also now has LED fog lights, rain-sensing windshield wipers, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. The LE trim gains black 18-inch wheels, a black grille and door mirrors, and a Limited Edition badge. Inside, the upholstery now has red contrast stitching.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

Saving the most money on an Outlander Sport requires choosing the base model. However, stepping up to the LE trim level unlocks some features that are needed to make this Mitsubishi feel a little more like a new car rather than an old one. The most notable of these is the 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Other content that comes with the upgrade includes black exterior accents, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and red stitching inside. Shoppers who want all-wheel drive can add it for an extra $1550.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

The Outlander Sport's powertrain options present a choice between the lesser of two evils. The standard 148-hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder is almost unbearably slow. The more powerful 168-hp 2.4-liter engine is quicker, but it gets worse fuel economy and is reserved for the priciest top-of-the-line GT model. Both engines pair with an unrefined continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). The last Outlander Sport we tested with the 2.4-liter managed an 8.0-second trip to 60 mph, which actually betters several top rivals. While hardly sporty, the Outlander Sport will get you from point A to point B without drama. There's a fair amount of body roll in corners but not so much that it feels unstable or tippy. The Outlander Sport's braking distances are average for its class. After some initial softness when you press the brake pedal, it firms up and feels responsive.

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

Whether you choose the base 2.0-liter four-cylinder or the optional 2.4-liter version, the Outlander Sport's EPA ratings fall short of its more modern rivals. The 2.0-liter is rated up to 24 mpg city and 30 highway. The all-wheel-drive version earns 1 mpg less in both categories. The 2.4-liter has estimates up to 23 mpg city and 29 highway; all-wheel drive means 1 mpg less on the highway. The all-wheel-drive Outlander Sport GT that we ran on our 75-mph highway fuel-economy route, which is part of our extensive testing regimen, earned 25 mpg.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

Despite being marginally improved in some trims, vast expanses of black plastic combine with an uninspired dashboard design to create a decidedly bargain-basement atmosphere inside the Outlander Sport. Leather seats are not available. Certain trims feature red stitching on the seats to spice up things. But no matter how much you pay, there is no escaping the Mitsubishi's lackluster cabin environment. Despite its exterior footprint, the Outlander Sport can't match the rear-seat room of competitors such as the Honda HR-V and the Kia Soul. There's enough room for two to fit comfortably back there, but legroom isn't generous. The Outlander Sport's 60/40 split-folding back seats easily fold to create a flat cargo floor, but the Mitsubishi can't hold as many carry-on suitcases as can many of its rivals. A relatively deep center console is a plus, but otherwise the Outlander Sport doesn't offer many places to stash your stuff. There are no door pockets for rear-seat passengers, and the spare tire takes up the entirety of the underfloor storage in the cargo area.

Infotainment and Connectivity

While a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system is standard in the base model, every other trim has an 8.0-inch touchscreen with SiriusXM satellite radio as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The latter looks to have uninspired graphics and a limited number of customizable settings, but it does have physical volume and tuning knobs, which we always appreciate. Still, the Outlander Sport's connectivity features are obsolete versus the competition.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

The 2021 Outlander Sport earned a four-star crash-test rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The last version that was evaluated by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) was not named a Top Safety Pick. The Outlander Sport does have some standard driver-assistance technology, but blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert are options. Key safety features include:

  • Standard forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking
  • Standard lane-departure warning
  • Standard automatic high-beams

Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

Mitsubishi's warranty is among the best in its class, offering coverage that matches or exceeds Hyundai and Kia's.

  • Limited warranty covers five years or 60,000 miles
  • Powertrain warranty covers 10 years or 100,000 miles
  • No complimentary scheduled maintenance

Specifications

Specifications

2020 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport GT AWC

VEHICLE TYPE
front-engine, all-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door wagon

PRICE AS TESTED
$28,920 (base price: $28,190)

ENGINE TYPE
DOHC 16-valve inline-4, aluminum block and head, port fuel injection
Displacement
144 in3, 2360 cm3
Power
168 hp @ 6000 rpm
Torque
167 lb-ft @ 4100 rpm

TRANSMISSION
continuously variable automatic

CHASSIS
Suspension (F/R): struts/multilink
Brakes (F/R): 11.6-in vented disc/11.9-in disc
Tires: Nexen Npriz RH7, P225/55R-18 97H M+S

DIMENSIONS
Wheelbase: 105.1 in
Length: 171.9 in
Width: 71.3 in
Height: 64.8 in
Passenger volume: 97 ft3
Cargo volume: 22 ft3
Curb weight: 3316 lb

C/D TEST RESULTS
Rollout, 1 ft: 0.3 sec
60 mph: 8.0 sec
100 mph: 23.7 sec
Rolling start, 5–60 mph: 8.4 sec
Top gear, 30–50 mph: 4.3 sec
Top gear, 50–70 mph: 5.8 sec
¼-mile: 16.2 sec @ 86 mph
Top speed (drag limited): 123 mph
Braking, 70–0 mph: 163 ft
Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.81 g

C/D FUEL ECONOMY
Observed: 23 mpg
75-mph highway driving: 25 mpg
Highway range: 390 miles

EPA FUEL ECONOMY
Combined/city/highway: 25/23/28 mpg

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More Features and Specs

Sours: https://www.caranddriver.com/mitsubishi/outlander-sport
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