Mitsubishi Outlander SUVs for Sale in Harvey, LA

 

Mitsubishi Outlander: the Go-Anywhere Crossover Families in Harvey, LA Have Been Waiting For

As the compact SUV of choice among many commuters, road-trippers, and vacationers here in southeastern Louisiana, the latest Mitsubishi Outlander has something to offer everyone. It's capable, safe, comfortable, and well-equipped for nearly any outing. Step with ease into a model offering optional FAST-Key passive entry right here on Westbank Expressway, and you'll see what we mean.

For one, you'll find yourself in a sizable interior that, for passengers, measures up to 128.2 cubic feet, offering seating for up to seven in cloth or leather that is available power-adjustable and heated. Tilt the optional power glass sunroof to your liking, and it's easy to customize the cabin for your trip. Tap optional push-button start, and the adventure out of Harvey, LA begins.

Your choice of two capable engines comes to life. One, a 166-horsepower, 2.4-liter MIVEC SOHC inline-four. The other, a draft-horse 224-horsepower, 3.0-liter V6, ready to shell out 215 pound-feet of high-performance torque. Bring into the mix the selection of a CVT or six-speed auto transmission, and not only do gear shifts remain smooth and confident. You can also count on great fuel economy, by EPA estimates, up to 25 mpg city, 30 mpg highway, and 27 mpg combined, depending on the trim and drivetrain you choose. A max towing capacity of 1,500 to 3,500 pounds when properly equipped, as well as a towering 8.5 inches of ground clearance, put on the finishing touches, making it easy to take on a small pop-up tent camper, dirt bike, or another light trailerful.

Of course, Mitsubishi also held its new 2018 Outlander to high safety standards when it designed it. That's beyond the craftsmanship that earned the compact crossover a 2018 TOP SAFETY PICK rating from the IIHS. Ditto that which helped it garner five stars overall from the NHTSA when equipped with available All-Wheel Control AWD. For instance, Active Stability Control and Traction Control Logic come together to keep the ride level, while available driver-assist features join forces to provide the smart feedback to enhance your driving confidence. They range from adaptive cruise control and lane departure warning to forward collision mitigation and auto high beams. There are even blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert, and lane change assist features standard in Outlander LE 2.4 and up, as well as LED and fog lighting available. That's wraparound protection you can depend on.

There are even a few new improvements you can look forward to for 2018. The first is that a 7-inch touchscreen with smartphone link and a rearview camera now come standard throughout the lineup. That's in addition to standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto in Outlander SE 2.4 and later, which simplify connecting your mobile phone, as well as on top of an available 710-watt, nine-speaker Rockford Fosgate premium audio system, great for taking your travel soundtrack to the next level. The second is that LE 2.4 driver-assistance standards can now be found in the SEL 2.4 trim alongside a Remote Power Tailgate to ease loading and unloading. Lastly, but not all, Outlander GT 3.0 S-AWC gets the panoptical viewing capability of a standard multi-view camera as well as the comfort perk of a heated steering wheel.

Best of all, a new 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander can be yours at an affordable bottom line, just under $25K for a FWD base ES 2.4. That's with excellent value, too, thanks to the coverage of a 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty.

Mitsubishi Outlander History: Tracing the Crossover's Growth

Mitsubishi introduced their first SUV, the Outlander, in 2003. The Outlander was always packed with features, had plenty of power, and was highly customizable. The 2.4-liter engine got enhancements for 2004, boosting its output to 160 horsepower. The 2005 Mitsubishi Outlander added an available manual transmission along with new disc brakes and advanced airbags and some adjustments to the trims. Side impact airbags and ABS joined the growing list of safety features the following year.

For the 2007 model year, Mitsubishi redesigned their Outlander, adding upscale features and making it larger. This was also the year that the third row of seats was added. The powertrain was also upgraded to a V6 with 220 horsepower. For 2008, drivers were able to pick the V6 or a 4-cylinder engine and a CVT was standard. After a year with minimal changes, the 2010 Outlander got significant redesigns, including new fascias in both the front and rear, a new mesh grille, a new hood, new fenders, and updated GPS system, the last of which had upgraded functions and a new LCD display. The next complete redesign took place for the 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander, when this SUV once again grew to create a more spacious cabin that also grew in luxury and technology was enhanced.

Where to Find the Mitsubishi to Fit Your Needs

Those who are in the market for a crossover that is versatile and safe should consider the Mitsubishi Outlander. At Ray Brandt Mitsubishi-Harvey in Louisiana, our professional team is able to answer all of your questions about different models and features. We are happy to help you through the financing process with a department right at the dealership offering competitive rates. Schedule a maintenance routine with our certified mechanics to ensure your new vehicle lasts. Contact us or, better yet, stop in today and take your preferred model for a test drive!

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