Mitsubishi is a brand known for small cars and affordable prices. And more recently, for the popularity and convenience of its sporty, adventurous SUV and crossover options. In the United States, we currently only have the Outlander and its twin the Outlander Sport. But we are excited about the possibility of more options rolling into the lineup in upcoming years.
As mentioned above, the Outlander is a great option for families. It has plenty of space for parents, kids, and everybody’s cargo. The Outlander Sport offers tons of great features and equipment. perfect for off-roading or a family road trip car.
Of course, in other countries like Australia, there are also vehicles like the ASX and Pajero Sport. While the ASX is built for urban living and practicality. It also offers a great, sleek style. Additionally, the Pajero Sport is more rugged, offering some of the best traction and a tough four-wheel drive system for off-road adventurers.
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Mitsubishi doesn’t believe in the tired old phrase, “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it,” and the fresh style of the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander’s new look is evidence to that.
No one was clamoring for an update to the Outlander. In a crowded crossover market, the Mitsubishi Outlander has always been a high-performing model that’s only growing stronger in popularity across the country. So, no, the Outlander wasn’t broke – but Mitsubishi sure did fix it!
The Outlander’s new look debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November. Apart from its overall modern but still traditionally-sporty visage, the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander features power-folding side mirrors with LED turn indicators and new wheel arch molders for their 18-inch wheels. The interior was also refreshed, with a crisp 6.1-inch display and an auto-dimming rearview mirror with integrated Homelink buttons for increased ease and organization.
The power of the Outlander has not been touched, much to our relief, and the MSRP of $19,595 remains the same as well.
The 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport finds itself in the news again recently, as it recently hit the market over in the UK. Across the pond, the Sport is known as the ASX and comes with some different engine options, but it remains one of the most powerful, efficient, and affordable SUVs on the market—no matter which world market that happens to be.
Here in the United States, though, the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport boasts tons of great features. In fact, it comes in nine different trim configurations, from the base ES 2.0L Manual all the way up to the GT 4WD. The Outlander Sport comes with either a 2.0L four-cylinder engine or a 2.4L four-cylinder engine, depending on how much power you want or need.
With up to 32 mpg on the highway, a low starting price, seating for up to five people, and awards from all kinds of critics—including Kelley Blue Book—you simply can’t go wrong with the 2016 Outlander Sport. Come see us here at Heritage Mitsubishi today to learn more about this great vehicle!
Mitsubishi’s parade of great new SUV models continues, and most recently, we caught a glimpse of the upcoming Mitsubishi Montero Sport model, thanks to some spy photographs snapped in Thailand. The vehicle is currently going through testing over in Thailand before its debut at the Bangkok International Grand Motor Sale on August 1.
The spy photographs show off the new exterior design of the Montero, a design aesthetic that is currently stretching itself all across the Mitsubishi lineup. The Montero Sport is built on the same platform as the L200 pickup truck and therefore has a body-on-frame makeup. We don’t know yet what engines the Montero Sport will feature, but we’re sure they will be competitive in terms of both power and efficiency.
The Montero Sport, thanks to that exterior redesign and other new features, is obviously very highly thought of by the folks over at Mitsubishi. The brand recently released a teaser image of the Montero Sport as well, showing off the sleek new body design and the prominently displayed front grille as well. Check back with us here at Heritage Mitsubishi often for more updates!
The Mitsubishi Montero nameplate is coming back! Well, at least it is in America. The new Montero will hit the North American market sometime in 2017. It will hit the UK market as the Shogun at the same time. Of course, there’s more to be excited about here than just the name, though—the Montero will be a great, affordable option on the crowded SUV landscape.
The Mitsubishi brand conceived the new Montero as a rival to the Land Rover Discovery, in fact. A concept version of the new Montero was previewed both in Tokyo and Chicago. The GC-PHEV concept, however, is both heavier and bulkier than the production version of the Montero will be. The production version will be lighter and stripped-down to provide both greater efficiency and a cheaper starting price to customers.
The new Montero will also be a hybrid plug-in vehicle, giving it extra versatility and capability over many of its competitors. “A lot of rivals are more beautiful or more refined but the Shogun needs to be an authentic off-roader: not fancy, not a school-run car but for people who tow horse boxes or actually go off road,” said Lance Bradley, Mitsubishi’s UK chief. Come see us at Heritage Mitsubishi to learn more about the new Montero today.