The compact SUV segment gets more crowded every year, with automakers submitting more and more versions of what seems to be the same vehicle. However – we know that the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport stands out.
For example, let’s see how it compares to the Chevy Trax and the Nissan JUKE:
The Chevy Trax is more expensive than the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, starting it off on the wrong foot. The Outlander Sport also outperforms the Trax, getting up to 148 horsepower instead of 138 horsepower, and the Trax is missing a few key tech features too, such as cruise control, which comes standard with the Outlander Sport.
Like the Trax, the Nissan JUKE also has a higher starting MSRP than the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport. When it comes to its exterior, you won’t find fog lights or heated exterior mirrors on the JUKE, but you will find them on the Outlander Sport.
Optional features in the new Outlander Sport include a navigation system and much more, while the Trax and the JUKE cannot say the same.
When you break it down, it’s clear that the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is the right option, with a lower price point, a powerful engine, and more tech features than its competitors.
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