Mitsubishi Motors Updates: Sneak Peek Of The Outlander Limited Edition Reveals An Awesome Car; Mitsubishi To Concentrate On Crossovers And SUVs

Feb 08, 2017 05:00 AM EST | Lasitha

During the 2017 Chicago Auto Show, Mitsubishi Motors revealed a sneak peek on the Limited Edition version of the 2017 Outlander Sport. The vehicle had a load of features to die for.  

The limited edition vehicle is fitted with an alloy fuel door.  The vehicle has an 18-inch wheel and also has been fitted with fog lamps. The vehicle also has HID headlights, a rearview camera, and a nifty Limited Edition badge reported Motor Trend. The Outlander also had black door mirrors. 

It is reported that the vehicle will be available in seven colors. When we take a peek inside the vehicle, we can see that the steering wheel, shift knob, and brake lever has a black fabric and red stitching. The pedals look cool as it is made of aluminum.

It might be a bad news for the rear passengers but the car has heated front seats. Apple CarPlay inside the car is what will entertain the passengers in the car.

There are reports that the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Limited Edition will be available during this month. It is stated that the starting price of the vehicle will be $21,995, reported Detroit News.

"As the brand sales leader, Outlander Sport does an exemplary job of offering consumers unmatched value at an attractive price," said Don Swearingen, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Mitsubishi Motors. "We've now taken that approach one step further by integrating additional standard equipment and technology into the Limited Edition at a price point that is unprecedented within the broader CUV segment."

The release of the limited edition Outlander is one of the strategies of Mitsubishi Motors as they are slowly shifting gears and are planning to focus more on crossovers and SUVs at this time. The company's major shareholder, Nissan, renders a lot of support for the company to do this. It is rumored that Mitsubishi Motors is planning to make the announcement in Geneva.

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