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The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is Mitsubishi's smallest SUV with room for five occupants. It's a size down from the larger seven-passenger Outlander. The Outlander Sport revisits some of the changes made for the previous model year — specifically to the transmission — as well as other mechanical tweaks and minor styling changes to the outside. The Outlander Sport competes with the Honda CR-V, Ford Escape and Hyundai Tucson.
It takes a second glance to spot the exterior changes for 2013. The fog lights have a new design, and the lower side sills, lower rear and front bumper are now black instead of matching the exterior's paint color as in previous years. Replacing last year's 16-inch wheels are 18-inchers standard on all models. Exterior features include:
The Outlander Sport has room for five occupants. New fabrics on the inside and chrome molding on the front doors make up the notable changes for 2013. Interior features include:
Under the Hood
Powering the Outlander Sport is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder with a standard five-speed manual transmission and available continuously variable automatic transmission. For 2013, the CVT receives calibration updates to improve its acceleration and smoothness. Other changes include a revised rear suspension that Mitsubishi says improves handling and comfort. Mechanical features include:
Safety features include:
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