2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport vs 2017 Nissan Rogue
Are you searching for the perfect crossover? There surely are a lot of options out there, but do not forget about Mitsubishi. This brand has amazing quality, style, and features, and the Outlander Sport stands out as an undervalued option for many car shoppers who eventually make it their choice. See what we mean with our 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport vs 2017 Nissan Rogue comparison. You can also look at the two models side-by-side in the image we have here.
If you are already leaning toward an Outlander Sport, then why not browse through the new inventory that we have here at Libertyville Mitsubishi by clicking the link below. Otherwise keep reading and see how well the Outlander Sport does.
|2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport||VS||2017 Nissan Rogue|
|CVT with Manual Option||Transmission||CVT Only|
|10 Years / 100,000 Miles||Powertrain Warranty||5 Years / 60,000 Miles|
How does the 2017 Outlander Sport compare to the competition?
Price definitely has to be something you are considering as you look to purchase your next vehicle, especially with crossovers where the price can vary wildly between different brands. In fact, you can see what we mean just by comparing the price of the Outlander Sport to the Rogue. This gap in price only grows wider as you go up in trims too.
Wheels are important to the overall look and appearance of a vehicle, and steel wheels, like the ones that come standard on the 2017 Rogue, are stale, dull, and boring. It doesn’t help that these wheels are often designed to be fitted with a plastic cover that simulates the appearance of aluminum.
That’s why the Outlander Sport comes with aluminum alloy wheels as a standard feature. For the Rogue, you have to jump up a trim level and pay a higher price before aluminum wheels become standard and even then, they are only 17” wheels compared to the Outlander Sport’s standard 18” wheels.
We’ve gotten this far and we haven’t even mentioned the warranty. Nissan touts itself as a reliable brand, and yet they only offer 5 years or 60,000 miles of coverage with their powertrain warranty. That’s a far cry from what Mitsubishi offers on the Outlander Sport. Not to mention the Outlander Sport also comes with a 5-year or 60,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty, which is also higher than the 3 years or 36,000 miles provided by the Rogue.
In the end, the choice is yours, but we know that if we were in your shoes, we would be getting behind the wheel of a 2017 Outlander Sport, something you can do right here in the Libertyville area at Libertyville Mitsubishi.