With the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SUV, you’ll find six different trim levels, including S, ES, LE, BE, SE, and GT. Each one could fit the driving styles of Daly City, San Francisco, and San Jose, California, drivers. Which one will a Bay Area shopper choose? Daly City Mitsubishi informs you which trim to pick when you want certain features.
For the S, ES, and SE trims, fabric covers the seats. In the LE and BE trims, sharp red stitching accents the black fabric seats. The highest trim, GT, provides you with combination soft-touch materials.
Varied steering wheels, shift knobs, and parking brake levers in the Mitsubishi can pull the cabin together. With the LE and BE trims, you can choose between black performance instruments with red stitching or leather accessories. The latter accessories can also be found in the SE and GT trims.
Each trim offers Bluetooth®, but the LE through GT trims give you another connectivity item, either Apple CarPlay® or Android Auto™. For more listening choices, SiriusXM® Satellite Radio comes in the LE through GT trims. To hear all your tunes, the S through BE trims provide you with four speakers, while the SE and GT trims upgrade to six speakers.
To view all your operations, the S and ES trims provide you with a 7-inch display audio system. In the LE through GT trims, you’ll be granted the 8-inch Smartphone-link Display Audio system.
For convenient fast entry and ignition of your Outlander Sport, both the SE and GT trims feature a FAST-Key entry system and a push button start.
All trims can expect the Forward Collision Mitigation system with pedestrian detection, the rearview camera system, and Automatic High Beam headlights. You’ll also get the front rain-sensing wipers standard.
Advanced safety systems such as Blind Spot Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert come in the SE and GT trims. With the GT trim, you’ll also benefit from the auto-dimming rearview mirror with Homelink®.
For most trims, you can stick with 2-wheel drive (2WD) or move up to All-Wheel Control (AWC). This determines your gas mileage, too, so we’ll examine those stats. The S through SE trims, when outfitted with 2WD, achieve an EPA-estimated 24 city/30 highway MPG.
If you want AWC with the ES through SE trims, it achieves an EPA-estimated 23 city/29 highway MPG. Exclusive to the GT trim, you’ll achieve an EPA-estimated 23 city/28 highway MPG.
From six trim levels of the 2021 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, which would you choose? After reading the particulars of the trims, Daly City, San Francisco, and San Jose, CA, shoppers should feel more informed about which one works for them. To gain some more knowledge and try it yourself, schedule a test drive at Daly City Mitsubishi today.