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2016 Outlander Sport
The new 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport offers drivers a more premium alternative to the standard Mitsubishi Outlander, with an extensive roster of standard and available features to satisfy even the pickiest customers. The smart MIVEC engine can be paired with an available Sportronic transmission to deliver the best possible power and performance combo without sacrificing the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport’s incredible fuel economy. Plus, available all-wheel drive makes facing tough terrain or hazardous weather conditions easier than ever.
Trims & Specs - 16 Outlander Sport

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  • Engine:​ 2.0-liter MIVEC DOHC 16-valve Inline four-cylinder engine
  • Transmission:​ Five-speed manual transmission, Optional INVECS -III Sportronic® Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)
  • Performance:​ 148 horsepower and 145 lb-ft of torque
  • Fuel Economy:​ 23/29/25 MPG City/Highway/Combined with manual transmission, 24/31/27 MPG City/Highway/Combined with CVT*
  • Exterior Features:​ Heated side-view mirrors, Roof carrier plug-in accommodation, All-season tires, Space saver temporary tire, Front windshield variable intermittent wipers, Aero wiper blades, Color-keyed front and rear bumpers, Rear LED combination tail lights, Short pole antenna, Color-keyed outer door handles, Rear window intermittent wiper/washer with defroster, Halogen headlights, 18-inch two-tone alloy wheels, Color-keyed side-view mirrors with integrated turn signal indicators, Wheel arch moldings, Rear privacy glass
  • Interior Features:​ Soft-touch upper I/P and door trim, 12-volt outlets (x2), Upshift indicator (MT only), Rear seat adjustable head restraints, Chrome-plated interior door handles, Day/night rearview mirror, Manual air condition climate control, Rear cargo department with cargo tie-down utility hooks, Four-way manually adjustable passenger seat, High-contrast meter gauge cluster, Carpeted floor mats, Leather-wrapped steering and shift knob, Tilt and telescoping steering wheel, Micron air filtration, Rear heater floor ducts, Driver’s side seat back pocket, Carbon design audio panel, Rear dome lights, Rear cargo area light, Center console box with armrest and cup holders, Fabric seats, Power locks and windows, Dual-visor vanity mirrors, Five passenger seating, Six-way manually adjustable driver’s seat, Remote hood and fuel door release lever, Steering-wheel audio controls, 60/40 fold-down rear seatback
  • Radio and Technology:​ USB port, FUSE Hands-Free Link System with Bluetooth, AM/FM/CD/MP3 audio system with four speakers, Remote Keyless Entry with panic feature, Color LCD multi-information display, Cruise control
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2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport - Technology Spotlight

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As Mitsubishi’s best-selling SUV, the 2016 Outlander Sport is notably packed with a number of valuable, convenient, and fun features, one of these being an entertainment system that connects drivers to whatever they need at the tap of a finger. From touchscreen controls to satellite radio to premium sound systems, the Outlander Sport knows exactly what you want and delivers.
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The 6.1-inch touchscreen audio controls are standard and act as a window into your music library, as well as granting you access to hundreds of HD radio channels and SiriusXM satellite radio. Of course, you can also choose to upgrade to the available 7” touchscreen with integrated navigation. Plus, with the purchase of your Outlander Sport, the first three months of SiriusXM come free.
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You can also choose the available Rockford Fosgate Premium Sound System. The system’s nine speakers include a 10-inch dual-voice coil subwoofer with Punch Control, so you can pump up to 710 watts through your sound system and still get clean, crisp quality and nothing less. Plus, with the latest technology implemented when building the system, you’re getting the best possible audio money can buy.
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If you want all the music you can get literally at the tips of your fingers and the ability to pump them through a state-of-the-art sound system, the 2016 Outlander Sport has it all when it comes to entertainment.

Mitsubishi’s 2016 Outlander Sport has been leading the brand in terms of sales, gaining success and popularity in the crowded crossover segment. With so many competitors, you might be wondering how to Outlander Sport compares, and whether or not it’s worth all the hype. That’s why we’ve taken a look at how the 2016 Outlander Sport 2.0L ES trim equipped with front-wheel drive checks out against comparably-equipped models -- namely, the 2016 Mazda CX-5 Sport MT, 2017 Kia Sportage LX, and the 2016 Nissan Juke S, all with FWD.

Even when equipped with similar features, there are disparities in pricing between all of the models listed above. The most expensive is the Kia Sportage, which comes out to a sticker price of $24,985. The Mazda CX-5 and the Nissan Juke are less so, at prices of $22,675 and $21,835, respectively. However, the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport has them all beat, with a price of $20,490 for a comparably-equipped model.

In today’s day and age, as crossovers are smaller and more car-like than their gas-guzzling SUV counterparts, interior storage space and comfortable amenities are crucial. The Nissan Juke is a clear loser in this category, as common features such as Seat Back Storage, a Front Seat Center Armrest, and a Cargo Area Cover are either not standard or just plain unavailable on the Juke. Meanwhile, the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport comes all of the above, as well as being the only one among the lineup to have standard Front Armrest Storage and a Leather-wrapped Steering Wheel.​ 

Out of all the vehicles listed above, the Kia Sportage has no safety rating, while the CX-5 and Juke have government ratings of 3 stars. Only the Outlander Sport has a 4-star rating. The Juke is the only crossover among them not to offer Hill Start Control, while the CX-5, Juke, and Sportage all don’t offer driver’s knee airbags, whereas that feature comes standard on the Outlander Sport.

Want to learn more about the 2016 Mitusbishi Outlander Sport, or take one out on a test drive? Contact us or visit us anytime here at Bell Mitsubishi.​ 

Dare to Compare Outlander Sport
With a powertrain and suspension combination engineered to offer unparalleled performance, the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport delivers both a powerful, sporty driving experience in addition to family-friendly functionality. The range of smart, innovative safety systems, plus convenience tech like HID lights, a Start/Stop engine system, and Bluetooth streaming makes the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport a feature-complete crossover unlike anything else in its segment. Whatever you’re looking for, the Outlander Sport has it.

*EPA mileage estimate. Actual mileage may vary.
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