Mitsubishi is changing directions and revamping its lineup, and part of the reason for that decision is the sheer success of the company’s crossovers, the Outlander and the Outlander Sport. In a competitive market like the crossover segment, having something that stands out above the rest is a big advantage, and one of the Outlander’s most beneficial advantages is its affordability. Reviewers are even praising the upscale Outlander GT trim, saying it gives buyers an option for a more high-end vehicle without breaking the bank.

The Mitsubishi Outlander GT comes standard with a 224-hp 3.0-liter V6 engine, superior to the entry-level trim’s 2.4-liter, as well as a 6-speed automatic transmission and more sporty paddle shifters. The Super All-Wheel Control function allows drivers to switch between different driving mode, including an ECO Mode that delivers better fuel economy, and there is also a Voice Command feature for the center entertainment system.

The Mitsubishi Outlander GT trim level provides these features in addition to a premium leather interior, 19-inch wheels, cutting-edge safety systems, and vehicle diagnostic screen for $30,995, with the cost of an entry-level Outlander being only $22,995. Come see why everyone’s talking about the Mitsubishi Outlander for yourself at El Cajon Mitsubishi.