For active pursuits and everyday errands, the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport and the Ford Escape could each manage your lifestyle. There’s room for only one car in your designated parking space or driveway near Oakland, Hayward, and San Francisco, California, though. To choose wisely, Hayward Mitsubishi listed the features that put one SUV over the other. Let’s read the results!
The Ford occupies a lot of territory, so you may need to squeeze into certain spaces and bypass other slots. Its body extends to 180.5 inches in length, which is almost 10 inches more than the Outlander Sport. Across the back, it stretches to 78.7 inches in width. It’s slightly taller at 66.1 inches.
Both vehicles enable you to use your smartphone onboard to make phone calls, listen to your private playlists, and plan your route. Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ is available in both models.
If your kids or friends need to charge or use their devices, direct them to the dual USB ports in the front and back rows of your Mitsubishi.
While you will be able to use these comparable items in the Ford, they’re only available in one trim. You’ll need to pore over the brochure or listing to make sure you select the right trim.
If you veer toward the Ford, it supplies front-wheel drive standard, or you can swap that out for Intelligent All-Wheel Drive. It also gives you an 8-speed automatic transmission for managing the road.
Did you decide which car between the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport and the Ford Escape fits nicely into your driveway and lifestyle? Oakland, Hayward, and San Francisco, CA, shoppers can find out by scheduling a test drive at Hayward Mitsubishi today.