Exterior styling tweaks bring revised front and rear ends, including new LED headlights/taillights/daytime running lights fitted to the whole range, plus a few new color choices. The interior has also been updated with gloss black/silver temperature controls.
The base ES trim now gains an automatic transmission as standard and the SE trim gains some driver aids, while the LE trim has been discontinued.
A new Convenience options package for the ES trim brings a new 8-in touchscreen and some other useful items (see the Standard Features and Options section below). See the 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport models for sale near you
At these prices, a 2.4 GT might be within reach but we'd recommend going for the 2.0 SE, at least. However, do some research on the many rivals, which includes taking resale values into account. Find a Mitsubishi Outlander Sport for sale
The 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is offered in 2.0 ES, 2.0 SE, 2.0 SP and 2.4 GT trim levels.
The 2.0 ES ($23,590) starts with 18-in alloy wheels, LED headlights/taillights/daytime running lights, heated side mirrors, power accessories, automatic climate control, cruise control, tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel with audio controls, 6-way manually adjustable driver's seat, 4-way adjustable front passenger seat, 60/40 split/folding rear seats, cloth upholstery, two 12-volt outlets, 7-in touchscreen and a 4-speaker audio system with Bluetooth, USB port and AM/FM/HD radio.
A Convenience options package for the ES trim brings an 8-in infotainment display, heated front seats, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone integration, satellite radio, a voice command button on the steering wheel, and another USB port up front.
The 2.0 SE ($25,290) has LED fog lights, automatic high beams, keyless entry/ignition, power-folding side mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, chrome-tipped exhaust, vanity mirrors and illumination for both sun visors, a leather-wrapped steering wheel/shift knob/parking brake lever, self-dimming rearview mirror, 6-speaker audio system, forward-collision warning with pedestrian detection, lane-departure warning, and blind spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic assist.
The 2.0 SP ($25,640) includes the contents of that Convenience package, then adds a larger rear spoiler, carbon style grille, black tailgate protector, black front/rear under-body covers and a "Special Edition" badge.
The 2.4 GT ($26,490) has the larger engine, black roof rails, "soft-touch" seating surfaces and a garage door opener.
AWD is an extra $1,500. Among the individual options are parking sensors, remote engine start, ambient LED cabin lighting and roof rack crossbars.
There's 21.7 cubic feet of cargo space behind the rear seats, expanding to 49.5 cubic feet when they're folded.
|Basic||5 Years/60,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||10 Years/100,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||7 Years/100,000 Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||5 Years/Unlimited Miles|
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