2019 Outlander Sport

By Tribune Staff

Whether the travel involves city highways or exploring off the beaten path, Outlander Sport can handle the job. And if it’s a question of space, Outlander has the answer with up to 49.5 cubic feet of cargo capacity plus, there’s available roof racks if needed.

Once inside, the Outlander Sport offers its advanced climate control system. It automatically adjusts fan speed, air source and temperature for a smooth, comfortable driving experience. All you have to do is drive and enjoy. 

Mitsubishi’s revolutionary electronically controlled All-Wheel Control (AWC) system2 continually monitors the road and intelligently transfers power and braking to the wheels with the most traction to improve handing and performance—without drastically reducing efficiency. As well know, Nashville is a four seasons kind of metropolis so, whether you’re driving on snow or gravel, or simply demand topline performance in tight corners, you can rely on All-Wheel-Control to help keep you on track.

The Outlander’s 2.0L MIVEC (Mitsubishi Innovative Valve-timing Electronic Control) engine balances maximum power input with low fuel consumption for a smooth drive. To further speak of smooth driving features, the Outlander Sport has an amazing Traction and Braking feature that more than helpful for maneuvering through Nashville traffic. It features 11.6 ventilated front and 11.9 solid rear disc brakes, four-channel Electronic Brake-force Distribution with Brake Assist, Active Stability Control and Traction Control Logic—all working together to give you superior traction and control.

THE NUMBERS:  MSRP—about $36,266 –   MPG:  23 City / 28 Hwy