Mitsubishi has thought it good to separate its subcompact SUV into five different trim models, with only $5,600 separating the base model from the top of the range car. The base model, called the ES, comes with a fairly decent list of standard features, which includes a seven-inch touch panel display, four-speaker sound system as well as single-zone automatic climate control and remote keyless access. LE trim cars get Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, sporty red stitching on the steering wheel, shift knob and parking brake handle, as well as dual USB ports and fog lights. Next up is the SP, which gains exclusive exterior appearance upgrades such as a black tailgate protector and special edition badging. The SE enjoys power-folding side-view mirrors that are color-keyed, a single chrome exhaust, blind-spot warning, and push-button start. The top of the line GT model’s most significant additions is automatic headlights, lane departure warning, and forward collision avoidance.
There is a limited amount of optional extras available on the 2019 Outlander Sport. Buyers can fit the $440 LED illumination package, which consists of blue floor lights, a blue tailgate light, and LED interior lights; the $350 LED fog light package on the SP can also be added. Remote engine start is available on lower trim levels for $545. What new owners do get a lot of is appearance and exterior protection packages such as the $510 Protection and All-weather Value package, which adds a hood protector, all-weather floor mats, a cargo tray, and scuff plates. The SE is available with the $370 Chrome Package, which adds chrome side mirror covers as well as chrome door handle covers.