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[PHOTOS] Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Limited Edition Coming to Chicago

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2017 Outlander Sport Limited Edition

Mitsubishi will unveil a new Limited Edition trim level for its 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport at the upcoming Chicago Auto Show, which will give customers a way to spice up the compact crossover without breaking the bank.

Positioned directly above the base ES model, the Outlander Sport Limited Edition will boast new design and technological features both in and out. To catch the eye, it will sport an 18-inch alloy wheels, HID headlamps, fog lamps, black painted door mirrors, and an alloy fuel door. It also gets a Limited Edition badge and a rearview camera for easier parking and reversing.

While the Outlander Sport Limited Edition will be available in all the same exterior colors as all other Outlander Sport models, the interior will receive an exclusive custom design: black fabric and red stitching on the steering wheel, brake lever, and shift knob. Additional interior features will include heated front seats, aluminum pedals, and a display audio system with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ compatibility.


In Detail: 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport model overview


2017 Outlander Sport Limited Edition

The Limited Edition model will start at $21,995, making it just $2,200 more expensive than the base ES trim with no additional options. Considering all of the features mentioned above, that gives the Limited Edition exceptional value.

“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 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Limited Edition will become available in dealerships later this month shortly after its unveiling at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show.


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