2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport vs 2017 Chevy Equinox
Hunting down the right crossover shouldn’t be a struggle. Unfortunately, there are so many options out there, and so many specifications to wade through, coming to a meaningful decision can be difficult. That’s where we come in. Take a look at our 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport vs 2017 Chevy Equinox comparison to see which crossover you should buy.
Both of these crossovers are about the same size, and both offer available all-wheel drive across their entire trim level lineup. Then what makes these two vehicles different? You will just have to keep on reading to find out. If you are already leaning toward the Outlander Sport, then you can view our new Outlander Sport inventory right here in Libertyville. At Libertyville Mitsubishi we have a huge selection of Mitsubishi vehicles available today!
|2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport||VS||2017 Chevy Equinox|
|Standard||Automatic Climate Control||Available|
|Available||Panoramic Sunroof||Not Available|
|10 Years / 100,000 Miles||Powertrain Warranty||5 Years / 60,000 Miles|
How do the Outlander Sport and Equinox compare?
Affordability is always a concern when buying a car. That’s why it’s good to know that the Outlander Sport is several thousand dollars cheaper than the Chevy competition. This trend continues as you go up in trim level too.
Automatic climate control is a wonderful thing. Instead of fiddling with the dials constantly, your car can find the ideal temperature, and just maintain it. Mitsubishi recognizes the value in such a features, and that’s why it includes it standard on every trim level. This is something that the Equinox cannot claim. In fact, you have to spring for the top level Premier trim before automatic climate control becomes standard.
A panoramic sunroof is a beautiful thing that is becoming more and more common in vehicles, and it comes standard on the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport GT trim. This feature is entirely absent from the Equinox. You can get a traditional sunroof if you would like, but even that is only available on the LT and Premier trims, and it’s an extra cost on both.
Finally we come to the elephant in the room: the powertrain warranty. With 10 years or 100,000 miles of powertrain warranty coverage on the Outlander Sport, you have nothing to worry about for a very long time. The same cannot be said for the Equinox. If you’ve heard enough and would like to learn more about your Mitsubishi options, then come into see Libertyville Mitsubishi today. We can help you out.