People are buying subcompact crossover SUVs in droves. Mitsubishi might be a bit on the obscure side these days, but any earnest search for the right subcompact crossover SUV should involve the 2020 Mitsubishi RVR. Known as the Outlander Sport in the United States, the RVR is a smaller version of the Outlander, but that doesn’t make it weak or incapable of fun and adventure.
The first thing most people notice about the RVR is its style. A lot of thought went into the exterior design, and it shows. The exterior conveys its sense of ruggedness, its high-tech interior, and its forward-thinking innovation. Still, all the exterior design in the world will not convince someone, the only way to prove the RVR is worth it is by experiencing it in person. The chart below lists some of the specifications and features you can experience yourself with a test drive.
|2.4L Inline 4-Cylinder Engine||8-Inch Touchscreen||Front Fog Lights|
|All-Wheel Control||Smartphone Connectivity||Forward Collision Mitigation|
|168 Horsepower and 167 lb-ft of Torque||Keyless Ignition||Rear Cross-Traffic Alert|
|Continuously Variable Transmission||Universal Remote Transmitter||Lane Departure and Blind Spot Warning System|
The 2020 Mitsubishi RVR is made to do as much as possible despite its small size. Use the RVR as a regular commuter car, off-roader, entertainment centerpiece, or even a workhorse of sorts and the RVR is up for the challenge. All-Wheel Control is there to give you the best control of your vehicle in the variety of situations the RVR is ready to challenge.
The RVR is a big deal for drivers who love high tech in their cars. The GT AWC trim has everything any driver could want in such a small package, including some next-level technology inside and cutting-edge safety equipment working behind the scenes. Check out the 2020 Mitsubishi RVR yourself at Red Deer Mitsubishi.