The All-New 2020 Outlander Sport
Already an impressive lineup, the Outlander models are getting some much anticipated upgrades for the 2020 model year. With lots of design and feature improvements, the 2020 Outlander Sport, in particular, has a lot to offer in the latest generation.
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Here’s what’s changing on the Outlander Sport
The 2020 Outlander Sport has received a major exterior renovation, with a new engine hood, front bumper, and redesigned fenders. The exterior changes work together to give the crossover a rugged appearance.
A new DYNAMIC SHIELD grille and LED headlights are now situated at the front of the Outlander Sport, creating a sporty look. The vehicle also comes standard with new LED Running lights and LED Taillights.
In the rear, the new bumper fascia widens the appearance of the Outlander Sport. The 18-inch alloy wheels have also been revamped.
You now have three more body color options to choose from, with the addition of Sunshine Orange, Red Diamond, and Oak Brown. The interior design has also improved, thanks to new fabrics, which better the detailing on switches and knobs.
Individual trims also received their own upgrades. The SE trim now has Automatic High Beams, Lane Departure Warning, and Forward Collision Mitigation to help increase safety. Meanwhile, the GT trim has discarded the manual leveling switch.
The 8-inch second generation of the Smartphone-link Display Audio unit is loaded on the ES trim. In addition, the ES trim got rid of the five-speed manual transmission.
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From all the announcements that have been made on the model, it seems that Mitsubishi really outdid itself with the 2020 Outlander Sport. If all these improvements have you revving your engine, you’ll be happy to know that the newest edition should be released in September of 2019.
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