If you’ve been shopping for a Mitsubishi Outlander, you’ve likely noticed that there are three different versions of the vehicle from which to choose. We’re here to help explain the differences between those models, starting with the traditional Outlander and its smaller sibling the Outlander Sport. The third model, the Outlander PHEV, is being completely redesigned for the 2023 model year so we’ll hold off on speculation until it becomes available. Be sure to check out our blog and browse around our website to find updates and further information on the plug-in hybrid version of the vehicle!
The biggest difference between the Outlander and Outlander Sport is that the latter was designed to be a smaller version of the former. While the Outlander is a compact crossover capable of seating up to seven passengers, the Outlander Sport is a subcompact crossover with seats for up to just five. Shoppers that don’t need all the extra space of the traditional Outlander will certainly recognize the appeal of the Outlander Sport.
Here are a few specific technical differences between the two models, just to give you a better idea:
Which member of the family is right for you isn’t a question we can answer broadly and directly right here on this page. If you have specific needs or concerns, don’t hesitate to give us a call and we can help you decide. On a broad scope what it’s going to come down to is whether you want the larger, more powerful but only slightly less efficient Outlander or the benefit of the small size inherent to the Outlander Sport. The decision is yours!
Regardless of which option ends up being the right choice for you, don’t hesitate to check out our inventory to see what we currently have available. We’d be happy to help you find the right one for you or to schedule a test drive, so feel free to give us a call right here at the sales desk with any inquiries. We look forward to hearing from you!