The 2020 Mitsubishi RVR is one of the most popular SUVs the automaker has to offer. For those who are unfamiliar, the RVR is a subcompact crossover with style and capability people in Red Deer will love. There are five trim levels for the RVR, which is the perfect number for anyone who wants to study out and find the right trim for their lifestyle without getting overwhelmed with options.
Aside from the wealth of internal and external accessories, the five trim levels arrive on dealership lots with their own picks of features and technologies. Below, you can see each main trim with points below to summarize the features you can expect to find with each trim. The first two trims, (ES and SE) have both Front-Wheel Drive (FWD) and All-Wheel Control (AWC) versions, but are visually identical, so the picture below is identical for both versions.
The lowest trim is always popular simply for price. Having smartphone compatibility at the lowest trim level does help the Mitsubishi RVR shine brighter than most competitor’s lowest trims.
Fans of black-themed trims should go for the LTD. ED. AWC trim, since it has black accents, wheels, roof rails, mirrors, and more. The contrast does make the RVR look fresher than other trims.
The GT AWC trim is the best, with one of its best features being its premium audio system. It is also the only trim with real leather for the seats. If you want luxury on a subcompact crossover, go for the GT AWC trim.