Depending on how you see it, the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is both the first and the last car you’d want Mitsubishi to improve right now.
Given that it’s Mitsu’s best-selling vehicle at Coronet of Peru and everywhere else in the country, one could argue the automaker should focus on its other offerings, though it makes sense that Mitsubishi would want to keep it at the top.
The Japanese brand will now offer a larger, 2.4-liter four-cylinder for both the Outlander Sport ES and GT trim levels, in place of the 2.0-liter four-cylinder. That will help add more legitimacy to the “Sport” version of the Outlander with an extra 20 hp and 22 lb-ft of torque.
In addition to packing a bigger punch, the 2.4-liter models will feature a black center bumper to help differentiate themselves from the regular models. The 2.4 GT will also add a power driver’s seat, black roof rails, LED turn signals in the mirror, and allow customers to opt for the GT Premium Package and GT Touring Package.
For all the details on the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport upgrade, just check out the official press release!