Mitsubishi has big plans in place to revitalize its lineup, starting with the introduction of a brand-new crossover in Geneva. But in order to keep things fresh-ish until the new sheet metal arrives, the company offers this Limited Edition version of its best-selling Outlander Sport.
The LE slots above the base ES model, and adds things like unique 18-inch wheels, HID headlamps, foglamps, a rear-view camera, black painted door mirrors, and an alloy fuel door. Despite being photographed here on a gray car, Mitsubishi says the Limited Edition enhancements are available with all Outlander Sport colors.
Inside, changes are limited to some red stitching, aluminum pedals, heated front seats, and new Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality in the infotainment system. Otherwise, there isn’t much to write home about – as far as compact crossovers go, the Outlander Sport is still near the back of the pack in terms of interior refinement.
Following its debut at the Chicago Auto Show this week, the Outlander Sport Limited Edition will hit dealerships near the end of February, priced at $21,995. That means it’s actually less expensive than an equivalent ES model with all-wheel drive, though it also means you’re stuck with the anemic 2.0-liter engine.
See Mitsubishi’s new take on the Outlander Sport for yourself in the gallery below.
Gallery: 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Limited Edition
MITSUBISHI DEBUTS 2017 OUTLANDER SPORT LIMITED EDITION AT CHICAGO AUTO SHOW
- Top selling model for the brand gets new packaging
- Limited Edition trim level offers updated styling and advanced technology for $21,995
CYPRESS, Calif. – Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (MMNA) will unveil a Limited Edition trim level for the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport at the Chicago Auto Show. Positioned directly above the ES base model, the Outlander Sport Limited Edition offers customers striking style and technology enhancements at an affordable price.
The Outlander Sport Limited Edition boasts bold new exterior aesthetics including an alloy fuel door, black painted door mirrors and 18" alloy wheels, fog lamps, HID headlamps, a rear view camera and a Limited Edition badge. While the Limited Edition trim is available in all Outlander Sport exterior colors, the interior receives a custom design with black fabric and red stitching on the steering wheel, shift knob and brake lever exclusive to the LE trim. Other interior features include aluminum pedals, heated front seats and a display audio system with Smartphone Link for Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™.
"As the brand sales leader, Outlander Sport does an exemplary job of offering consumers unmatched value at an attractive price," said Don Swearingen, executive vice president and chief operating officer, MMNA. "We've now taken that approach one step further by integrating additional standard equipment and technology into the Limited Edition at a price point that is unprecedented within the broader CUV segment."
The Outlander Sport Limited Edition will be in dealerships later this month for $21,995 and available through the end of the model year.
For more information on the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Limited Edition, please visit media.mitsubishicars.com.