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Drive with Confidence
Enjoy the freedom of driving in the safest ever Outlander Sport, with the combination of available All-Wheel Control (AWC) and multiple advanced safety technology such as Forward Collision Mitigation with Pedestrian Detection2, Lane Departure Warning3, and Auto High Beam4-now available at even more accessible entry costs.
Discover available Mitsubishi safety features on the 2020 Outlander Sport.
Because there's no such thing as 'too safe'.
Active Stability Control
Active Stability Control (ASC)5 employs a series of sensors that constantly monitor the grip of each tire. If a wheel begins to slip, ASC automatically communicates with the Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) to help you maintain control of the vehicle in just about any situation.
Rear Cross Traffic Alert
The available Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)6 system detects a vehicle approaching from either side while you're backing up. The warning lights on both side mirrors will blink, a buzzer will sound to alert you, and a warning message will appear on the information screen of the multi-information color display.
Blind Spot Warning and Lane Change Assist
Available Blind Spot Warning and Lane Change Assist systems alert you when a vehicle is in or approaching your blind spot. When a vehicle is traveling at the same speed or faster in the detection areas, a warning light illuminates in the corresponding side mirror. If your turn signal is on, the warning light on the corresponding mirror blinks and the system then beeps three times to signify it is unsafe to change lanes.
7 airbag safety system
In addition to six standard airbags7-including front, front-seat-mounted, and side-curtain airbags-the Outlander Sport adds a seventh underneath the driver's side dashboard.
Keep your hands on the wheel during inclement weather with the available rain-sensing windshield wipers. Activating at the first drop of rain, the wipers adjust to match the frequency of rainfall so you can continue to focus on what?s ahead.
RISE Body Construction
Mitsubishi's Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution (RISE) body utilizes crumple zones that route and absorb energy during high-impact collisions. Reinforcements at key body points complement its side-impact door beams, giving your Outlander Sport a stable, secure base.
LEAD the way
The Outlander Sport's redesigned, sleek daytime-running LED headlights and available LED fog lights offer better visibility when inclement weather descends. In fog, rain or snow, navigate safely with a clear view of the road ahead.
Rear-view camera system
Maneuver in and out of difficult driving situations with ease and cover your rear blind spot, thanks to the standard rear-view camera system.8
1 Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. Excludes destination/handling, tax, title, license etc. Retailer price, terms and vehicle availability may vary. See your Mitsubishi retailer for details.
2 The Forward Collision Mitigation with Pedestrian Detection system is a driver aid only and is not a substitute for safe and careful driving. Under certain circumstances, the system may not detect other vehicles and/or pedestrians correctly.
3 The Lane Departure Warning system is designed to read the lane marks under certain conditions. It is not a collision avoidance system and is not a substitute for safe and careful driving.
4 Available Automatic High Beam Headlights (AHB) detect vehicles ahead and will do the work for you by automatically switching between high beams and low beams. Auto High Beam now available on SE, LE, SP and GT trims.
5 The Adaptive Stability Control system is not a collision avoidance system or an automatic driving system. It is designed to use only limited braking and is never a substitute for safe and careful driving. Never rely solely on the Adaptive Stability Control system.
6 The Blind Spot Warning, Lane Change Assist, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert systems are driver aids only and are not substitutes for safe and careful driving. Under certain circumstances, these systems may not detect other vehicles correctly.
7 Airbags are part of a Supplemental Restraint System (SRS). To decrease the risk of injury from a deploying airbag, always wear your seat belt, sit upright in the middle of the seat and do not lean against the door. Always place children 12 and under in the rear seat and use appropriate child restraints. Never place a rear-facing infant restraint in the front seat. See your owner's manual and the instructions provided with your child restraint for additional information.
8 The Rear-View Camera system is a driver aid only and is not a substitute for visual confirmation. The view on the screen is limited and objects outside that view will not be seen.