2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport represents in the disputed segment of the SUV. The entire front fascia of the 2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport has been completely made over versus last year’s model. The signature pronounced, trapezoidal grille opening and recessed fog lamp housings are still present, but now feature a new, more simple and clean shape. Another appealing detail is the new chrome trim surrounding the outer perimeter of the recessed fog lamps
The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport appeared in 2011 as a shortened version known as the “Outlander”, making it more affordable. Likewise, the Outlander Sport has EPA fuel economy ranging from 25mph in city and 31mpg on the highway thanks to its 2.0-liter engine. In this way those responsible for its development have wanted to update you better compete with the Honda CR-V, Ford Escape, Kia Sportage and Toyota RAV4.
The 2.0-liter DOHC four-cylinder uses a CVT transmission has been recalibrated for improved acceleration and smoother operation. Remember that the base model has a five-speed manual transmission. The Mitsubishi system known as “Shift-on-the-fly all-wheel-drive” is now controlled by a button. Another change made is responsible for regulating the rear suspension for better ride.
Some of the changes seen with the naked eye is the central grille, the built-in anti fog bulbs are at the bottom contours of the front bumper and chrome. The addition of LED lights in the rear is also new. Along with this now adds two new colors, which are “White Pearl and Quick Silver.” All terminations offered by the manufacturer now include aluminum wheels 18 inch standard.
Mitsubishi applied the same changes inside than outside, something light that would change the vision of the Outlander Sport 2013, but little alteration. The new choice of fabrics and chrome are complemented by a leather-wrapped steering wheel with gear lever. Part of the technology included as standard IC system includes hands-free driving controls, among other things.