The 2012 New York Auto Show had Mitsubishi bringing out the new 2013 Outlander. The Outlander Sport is the automaker's smallest SUV and the best selling. The upcoming 2013 models come with All Wheel Drive, as well as a finely tuned CVT - continuously variable automatic transmission - that Mitsubishi says "should improve acceleration and make shifts feel smoother."1
Powered by a 148-horsepower, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, available in five-speed manual transmission as well as automatic the Outlander and Outlander Sport is ready for you to test drive and see what all the fuss is about. Outlander's grille changes slightly, adding new fog lamps and a revised bumpers. Eighteen-inch wheels are standard, along with new colors: White Pearl and Quick Silver join Laguna Blue, Labrador Black Pearl, Mercury Gray, and Rally Red.
The Outlander also has a cabin with new chrome accents and fabric seating. The main control panel can have an optional dash mounted screen for weather, traffic updates, GPS Navigation and entertainment.
Production of 2013's Outlander begins in July, followed by an introduction at Jeff D'Ambrosio Mitsubishi in Downingtown.