Mitsubishi has achieved success this past year largely due to the release of its wildly popular Outlander nameplate. The Mitsubishi Outlander crossover, particularly the Sport variant, brought in a lot of sales growth for the company in 2015 due to the vehicle’s drastic makeover that featured over 100 improvements, making the Outlander more comfortable, powerful, safe, convenient, and durable than ever before. Now the company continues the trend of quality by rolling out the 2016 Outlander at dealerships, including here at Mountaineer Mitsubishi.
The new 2016 model is even cheaper than the previous year model, despite offering a larger amount of standard features and new upgrades. At $22,995 for the entry level ES trim in front-wheel drive, not only is the Outlander $200 cheaper than its previous iteration, but it’s also one of the least expensive crossovers in its segment. All-wheel drive and high trim levels are slightly more expensive, with the AWD GT model coming out to $30,995 – still an excellent deal, all things considered.
The Mitsubishi Outlander crossover also features Mitsubishi’s new dynamic design language “Dynamic Shield,” giving the new Outlander a fresher look, smoother driving experience, and more advanced safety features. The 2016 Outlander was revealed initially at the 2015 New York International Auto Show, raising anticipation for the new model year.by