Buyer's Guide

Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi offers customers budget-friendly cars and crossovers with a generous basic warranty to distinguish itself from more popular automakers such as Toyota, Honda, and Ford.

Least Expensive: Modern conveniences such as Bluetooth and cruise control aren't standard on the base Mitsubishi Mirage, which starts below $15,000 in four-door hatchback and sedan forms.

Sportiest: When Mitsubishi killed the Lancer Evolution, the company's compact crossover Outlander Sport became the brand's sportiest offering. With the available 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, the Outlander Sport feels peppier than it does with the standard 2.0-liter engine, and can be downright fun in snowy conditions.

Popular: With sales of compact crossovers rising, Mitsubishi's best-seller is the small and inexpensive Outlander Sport. With a low introductory price and many available options, the Outlander Sport is followed in popularity by the larger Outlander crossover and Mirage lineup.

Most Expensive: The Mitsubishi Outlander three-row SUV can reach $35,000 in price, but that will go higher once the Outlander Plug-in Hybrid goes on sale.

Utility/Offroad
$23595
29 / Hwy 26 / City
$24695
30 / Hwy 25 / City
Overview Mitsubishi updates the looks of the Outlander with new front and rear bumper designs, LED running li...
$20945
29 / Hwy 23 / City
Compact
$13645
41 / Hwy 33 / City
Overview Mitsubishi adds more standard feature to the Mirage lineup including a 7.0-inch touchscreen with Blu...

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