Difference Between 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander ES, SE, SEL and GT

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The 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander is a 7-seat SUV that packs a great deal of capacity, versatility, comfort, style, and savings into a compact package. It truly does have plenty to offer. And the best part is, that with multiple trims to choose from - ES, SE, SEL, GT - you can have the Outlander that suits you best.

Outlander ES Trim

The entry level 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander ES has an amazing array of standard features that many people do not expect to find on a base model. The engine is a 2.4L 4-cylinder engine and it comes standard with CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission). It has 18-inch alloy wheels, heated side-view mirrors, LED lights, a USB/iPod port with Hands Free Link, automatic climate control and auto-off halogen headlights, just to name a few.

SE and SEL Trims

The mid-range Outlander trims (SE and SEL) offer everything you'll find on the ES, but add some impressive technology features like the rearview camera, passive entry, heated front seats, touchscreen display, push button start/stop, fog lights, and side-view mirrors with turn indicators. Upgrade to the SEL and get all the above technology features, and also add some extra sophistication and comfort. The SEL features leather seating surfaces, an 8-way adjustable driver's seat, and roof rails. Both the SE and SEL let you choose between the CVT (standard) or optional SEL Super All Wheel Control transmissions. The S-AWC combines transmission, braking, stability, and engine power to give you greater control in changing driving conditions. Should you select the SEL trim, you can also add several packages to custom design your Outlander to fit your driving expectations.

GT Trim

The highest trim available, the GT S-AWC is designed for power, performance, and sophistication to create the ultimate driving experience. This trim has a 224-hp engine, 6 speed Automatic Transmission with paddle shifters, and standard Super All Wheel Control. It also adds premium features such as a power sunroof, remote liftgate, and premium Rockford-Fosgate sound. With a starting price tag of just over $30,000, the GT has the incredible standard features, safety, and warranty that shows just how much Mitsubishi stands behind their vehicles, and the added premium features and technology upgrades that make driving the Outlander fun and stylish. Compare the trims in person and take them for a test drive at Richfield Bloomington Mitsubishi in Richfield, MN today. Our friendly, professional staff is looking forward to helping you!

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