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FEATURES | 8 out of 10
navigation and a 710-watt Rockford Fosgate system is only available in the SE model
standard stereo is an ode to simplicity
With the Outlander Sport’s nav system, which incorporates a 40-gig hard drive, real-time traffic is offered free for the life of the vehicle
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Mitsubishi's first telescoping steering wheel
The 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is a model that puts its best wheel forward with respect to pricing and value. For around $20k for the base model, or in the upper twenties for a fully loaded one, it simply costs thousands less than some other compact crossovers.
If you can overlook its economy-class accommodations and lack of refinement, you'll find that features are generous--with steering-wheel audio controls, remote keyless entry, alloy wheels, and a 140-watt sound system all standard.
Step up to the SE model and you get the FUSE Bluetooth hands-free system, plus automatic climate control and heated front seats and mirrors, as well as SiriusXM satellite radio. With the Premium Package comes a panoramic sunroof, black roof rails, and a new touch-screen audio system with rearview camera system.
An SE Touring Package adds black leather seating, as well as a new seven-inch touch-panel navigation system with real-time traffic. And separately the Limited Edition package, with its blackout side mirrors, roof rails, two-tone interior, and unique alloy wheels, now also adds wheel-arch lip trim.
Especially on the base Outlander Sport, you get a lot of features for the money; and for 2014 upgraded touch-screen navigation arrives for those willing to pay more.