2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport vs 2017 Buick Encore
We can help you find the right SUV with our 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport vs 2017 Buick Encore comparison. See which model has more power, more luxury, and the better price. The results may surprise you.
The Buick Encore is a strange looking vehicle. It’s tall, short, and shaped almost like an egg. It just looks odd out on the street. The Outlander Sport is a whole other animal though as it looks at home on the street or out on the trail. When you want a serious SUV, the Outlander Sport lets you know how serious it is before you even get in, but that’s just when it comes to its looks. See how the Outlander Sport holds up and take a look at the numbers and features below. If you already want an Outlander Sport then take a look at the inventory we have here in Libertyville by clicking the link here.
|2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport||VS||2017 Buick Encore|
|Standard||Automatic Climate Control||Available|
|Available||Panoramic Sunroof||Not Available|
Does the Outlander Sport offer more luxury than the Buick Encore?
It may not surprise you to learn that the Outlander Sport is cheaper than the Buick Encore. Buick tends to be a brand that leans towards the luxury segment as a sort of mid-tier for GM. Even the Buick Encore top trim is more expensive than the top trim of the Outlander Sport. If you want to save some money, the Outlander Sport is the obvious option for you, but let’s talk about luxury, and see if the Encore is even really an option at all.
Automatic climate control is a luxury feature that has been trickling down into regular cars for quite some time, and Mitsubishi has been leading the charge. That’s why the Outlander Sport actually comes with an automatic climate control system as a standard feature across the entire lineup. This is a feature that the Encore only offers at higher more expensive trims. The Outlander Sport also offers a beautiful panoramic sunroof, which the Encore doesn’t offer at any trim level.
When it comes to power, the Outlander Sport has the Encore beat again with 15 more horsepower. Everywhere we look, the Outlander Sport is just better than the Encore. It has more power, more features, a better price, and a better look. If you want to drive an Outlander Sport for yourself in the Libertyville area, then let Libertyville Mitsubishi help you out. You have to see what makes these vehicles so special.