2012 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
2012 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport was launched in the U.S. and the European part of the world, this SUV will appeal to buyers who want an affordable crossover with lots of standard features, and performance is not heavy. Mitsubishi Outlander Sport got a touch on the exterior and interior facelift in the American and European versions. With this facelift Outlander Sport also gets new types that have 4-wheel drive or call with Mitsubishi All Wheel Drive (AWD).
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport was first introduced for the 2011 model year, and continuing into 2012 with some adjustments in the field of engineering. Mitsubishi said it made the engine quieter, CVT tweaked to improve performance and add up-shift indicator light for models with manual transmission. Other changes include 16-inch wheel cover design on ES models,18-inch alloy wheels on SE models and a rearview camera integrated into the rearview mirror on the SE model with the premium package.
On the front bumper, the line of bars that are on the black grille is painted body color, the stern bumper also gets a new scratch sweeter than the previous version. Apparently Mitsubishi Outlander Sport feels appearance before too grumpy and want to polish this look to make it more sweeter in the eyes of fans. Since the first appearance for some quarters too fierce for an SUV in the city. Wheels also get the new model will look pretty when spinning.
To the rear bumper shape that has a line dihilangakan spotlight and moved to the bottom line by cutting muffler and rear bumper. The form also is rounded like a road marker on the overpass. At the relfektor lamp made with rounded accents like the latest Toyota Corolla Altis. So in total the whole car was on the back appear to be more sport than the next models.
In the interior there are no significant changes to the car. It just made more advanced audio package with Sirius satelite technology. Inside the cabin Mitsubishi Outlander Sport also comes with standard features such as USB ports and Bluetooth system called FUSE. Although the Outlander Sport has much less cargo space than the larger compact SUV, like the GMC Terrain, reviewers say the Outlander Sport still has plenty of room for a couple of suitcases.
2012 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is available in the ES and SE trim. ES base two-wheel drive models have a five-speed manual transmission is standard, but a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) is optional. SE models come standard with the CVT and all-wheel drive is optional on this trim.