The 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is a small SUV that you won’t see coming and going everywhere. Mitsubishi has a small dealer network and there aren’t a ton of their vehicles on the road. The 2019 Mitsubishi Sport is a carryover from 2018 and upper trims offer Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Mitsubishi also offers a pretty good optional AWD system on its higher trims. If you do spring for the 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, step up to the 2.4-liter engine offered on the SE and SEL trims. The 2019 Mazda CX-3 offers a good combination of styling and function for the right price. While it’s cramped in the second row, it offers great handling and luxury touches inside. For 2019, the CX-3 gets a new electronic parking brake that frees up more space, the front seats have been redone to make them more comfortable, and it gets a slight engine tweak for efficiency and to make it a bit quieter. On the road the CX-3 is engaging and fun to drive. You can opt for all-wheel drive at the higher trim and the interior at any level feels surprisingly upscale. Things like pushbutton start and available leather seating make it feel like a more luxurious SUV than some of its competitors.
Small SUVs that offer function and look-at-me styling at a very good price.
2019 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Advantages
Amazing warranty, affordable, unique styling, comes with a manual transmission.
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While Mitsubishi’s 2018 Outlander Sport compact-crossover SUV might not be as popular as the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4 and Subaru Crosstrek, it does represent a very good value. Affordable, nicely equipped and solidly constructed, the 2018 Outlander Sport gives buyers a shot at driving something a bit less commonplace without risking worry about long-term reliability. Upper-level trims offer such amenities as a Rockford Fosgate audio system, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. There’s also Mitsubishi’s advanced all-wheel-drive system, dubbed All-Wheel Control (AWC), that offers an added measure of security in snowy climates. However, where many competitors offer such driver assists as collision mitigation, lane-departure warning and high-beam assist as standard equipment, Mitsubishi only offers them as options on the most expensive trim. Check out our youtube video featuring Chance Mecham showing off the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport.