2016 Mitsubishi RVR ES FWD 5MT Canada Prices

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The 2016 Mitsubishi RVR, or more commonly known as the Outlander Sport in the United States, is a good-looking crossover that highlights technology and fuel-efficiency as its biggest assets. At this price point, interior comfort and space is understandable and outer refinement is to be expected. But with a 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine that produces 148 horsepower and 145 pound-feet of torque while delivering 11.8 litres per 100 kilometres city and 9.1 litres per 100 kilometres highway, you can’t really go wrong. Altogether, this is a great everyday crossover for modern drivers. 




Full Review

The 2016 Mitsubishi RVR is a great overall crossover, though only slightly upgraded from the outgoing model. It’s very affordable, and the price point matches quality – as seen in the interior cabin that lacks high-quality materials but is nonetheless somewhat comfortable and spacious. The infotainment system, however, is especially diverse and features a variety of components designed to enhance your driving experience. Altogether, the RVR is a great vehicle for everyday driving.

On the outside, the new Mitsubishi carries over relatively unchanged, sporting the same look as the outgoing model in an upgrade that seems rather understated. It still looks like a tall hatchback, but with somehow rounded lines and angled contours to complete the outer profile with sophistication and style. And thanks to sheet metal that differs from that of the Outlander, along with a rising beltline crease, the RVR manages to avoid tank-like appearance. This year’s model also retains the same bumper design, which allows the vehicle to keep its sport look with a blacked-out lower-body aero trim. The RVR is an all-around good-looking crossover.

This year’s upgrade brings minor modifications to the vehicle’s interior, which now highlights improved materials that line the vehicle’s seats, door panels and dashboard. Notably integrating more soft-touch surfaces than some of its rivals, the RVR especially boasts a padded dash cover that not only feels great, but looks good as well. Besides these upscale features, the majority of the interior is expected for the price at which it’s offered. Red gauge illumination and subtle accent lighting are kept within the front-cabin, giving off the sporty vibe that the outer profile projects. Accent lighting is most notably highlighted around the rim of the vehicle’s large sunroof, which is just a cool feature to have overall. More important features, like the FUSE Bluetooth hands-free system hosted on a 7-inch infotainment system, as well as automatic climate control, Sirius XM satellite radio, and a rear view camera are also included in this year’s Mitsubishi RVR.

Under the hood, the 2016 RVR carries over the same engine that’s been present in the last few models – meaning this drivetrain is seriously out-dated. Nonetheless, it’s adequately powerful while holding a 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine that produces 148 horsepower and 145 pound-feet of torque. This unit is paired with Continuously Variable transmission, but a five-speed manual transmission is available as well. The best fuel economy can be found on the front-wheel drive CVT, which is rated at 11.8 litres per 100 kilometres city and 9.1 litres per 100 kilometres highway. These numbers are fairly impressive, given the size and weight of this crossover.

Overall, the 2016 Mitsubishi RVR is a great vehicle and surpasses our expectations only somewhat due to a moderately improved interior cabin. It’s an affordable crossover that does the job, and looks good doing so. 

2016 Mitsubishi RVR
Reviewed by Unhaggle on .
Rating: 7.8 / 10



Trim / StyleMSRPEst. Monthly PaymentAverage PriceInvoice Price
ES FWD 5MT$19,998 Get Local Price Get Invoice Price
ES FWD CVT$21,298 Get Local Price Get Invoice Price
GT 4WD S-CVT$29,698 Get Local Price Get Invoice Price
SE 4WD CVT$26,298 Get Local Price Get Invoice Price
SE FWD 5MT$22,698 Get Local Price Get Invoice Price
SE FWD CVT$23,998 Get Local Price Get Invoice Price
SE Limited 4WD CVT$27,498 Get Local Price Get Invoice Price
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General Specs

Engine 2.0000 L
Horsepower @RPM148
Fuel TypeUnleaded
Body typeSUV
Number of Doors5
Passenger5
Drive TrainFront Wheel Drive
Transmission TypeManual
Power and Performance:

Under the hood, the 2016 RVR carries over the same engine that’s been present in the last few models – meaning this drivetrain is seriously out-dated. Nonetheless, it’s adequately powerful while holding a 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine that produces 148 horsepower and 145 pound-feet of torque. This unit is paired with Continuously Variable transmission, but a five-speed manual transmission is available as well. The best fuel economy can be found on the front-wheel drive CVT, which is rated at 11.8 litres per 100 kilometres city and 9.1 litres per 100 kilometres highway. These numbers are fairly impressive, given the size and weight of this crossover.

Interiors and Special Features:

This year’s upgrade brings minor modifications to the vehicle’s interior, which now highlights improved materials that line the vehicle’s seats, door panels and dashboard. Notably integrating more soft-touch surfaces than some of its rivals, the RVR especially boasts a padded dash cover that not only feels great, but looks good as well. Besides these upscale features, the majority of the interior is expected for the price at which it’s offered. Red gauge illumination and subtle accent lighting are kept within the front-cabin, giving off the sporty vibe that the outer profile projects. Accent lighting is most notably highlighted around the rim of the vehicle’s large sunroof, which is just a cool feature to have overall. More important features, like the FUSE Bluetooth hands-free system hosted on a 7-inch infotainment system, as well as automatic climate control, Sirius XM satellite radio, and a rear view camera are also included in this year’s Mitsubishi RVR.

Safety features:

With stability control, anti-lock brakes, and side and side-curtain bags all standard, as well as front knee bags, the Outlander Sport has all the now-requisite items, along with a little more. And we've noticed that, considering the rather thick rear pillar, the elevated seating position in the Outlander Sport offers pretty good outward visibility, although some moms might want to note the omission of a backup camera system from the base ES model; that's now included in the upmarket Outlander Sport SE though.

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Audio

4 speakers
Roof antenna
Audio system with AM/FM radio, CD player (reads MP3 format)

Body Exterior

Wheel opening mouldings
Roof spoiler
Chrome/bright trim on bumpers

Brakes

Electronic brake distribution
Brake assist system
ABS
Hill holder
4 disc brakes (2 ventilated)

Bumpers

Painted front and rear bumpers

Cargo area

Load restraint: hooks

Charges

Delivery/freight charge: $ 1,700.00
Charges: Air Conditioning Tax $ 100.00

Convenience

Cruise control
2 12V in front
4 passenger assist handles
Driver and passenger vanity mirror
Cargo area light
Front reading lights

Dimensions

Internal dimensions: front headroom (mm): 1,000, rear headroom (mm): 963, front hip room (mm): 1,324, rear hip room (mm): 1,310, front leg room (mm): 1,056, rear leg room (mm): 921, front shoulder room (mm): 1,427 and rear shoulder room (mm): 1,410
Cargo capacity(in litres): rear seat down: 1,402 and all seats in place: 614
External dimensions: overall length (mm): 4,355, overall width (mm): 1,810, overall height (mm): 1,630, ground clearance (mm): 215, wheelbase (mm): 2,670, front track (mm): 1,525, rear track (mm): 1,525 and curb to curb turning circle (mm): 10,600

Doors

Body colour exterior door handles
Doors: driver, rear driver, passenger and rear passenger : front hinged
Rear door: lifting gate

Engine

Engine: 2.0L MIVEC in-line four-cylinder DOHC with VVT
Emissions data: CO2: 4,260 kg/yr

Engine Performance

Fuel consumption(L/100km) : city= 10.3 ; highway= 8.0 ; combined= 9.3 ;
Power: 148 hp @ 6,000 rpm; 145 ft lb of torque @ 4,200 rpm

Fuel

Fuel: unleaded ( 87 octane)
Fuel system: multi-point injection
Fuel tank: 63 litre capacity

Instrumentation

Tachometer
Main dashboard display
Service interval indicator
Low tire pressure monitor
External temperature
Trip computer: includes avg speed, avg fuel econ, current fuel econ and fuel range

Interior Trim

Luxury trim: alloy look on center floor console, alloy look on doors and alloy look on dashboard
Floor covering: carpet in passenger compartment and carpet in load area
Carpet floor mats

Lights

Daytime running lights
Headlights: halogen with complex surface lens halogen
LED brake lights and rear lights

Locks

Immobilizer
Anti-theft protection
Remote keyless power locks

Paint

Metallic paint

Safety

Crash test results IIHS, Good, Good, Acceptable, Good and Good, crash test results NHTSA, 5, 4, 4.00 and 4
LATCH
Airbags 7
Rear seat belts for driver, rear seat belts for passenger, 3-point rear seat belts for centre
Height adjustable front seat belts with pre-tensioners for driver and passenger
2 active height adjustable head restraints for front seats, 3 height adjustable head restraints for rear seats
Front side airbags
Intelligent driver and passenger front airbag
Front to rear curtain airbags
Driver knee airbags

Seats

Seat upholstery: cloth
Rear seats: split-folding bed with seating for three
Front driver seat : heated, bucket ; details: manual height and manual tilt, front passenger seat : heated, bucket
Rear seat centre armrest
Front seat centre armrest
Seating: 5 passengers

Service

Intermediate service 12,000 and 7,456

Steering

Multi-function steering wheel ; includes height adjustment and telescopic adjustment
Power steering type

Storage

Storage box trunk and fixed
Full floor console with covered storage
Cupholders in front row and rear seats

Suspension

Independent front strut suspension with stabilizer bar and coil springs, independent rear multi-link suspension with stabilizer bar and coil springs

Transmission

Transmission: 5-speed manual ; incl. shifter on floor
4.235:1 axle ratio
Electronic traction control (via ABS & engine management)
Front-wheel drive
Active Stability Control (ASC) stability control

Ventilation

Ventilation system with cabin filter
Air conditioning

Version

5-door SUV
Powertrain type : combustion
Date introduced:
Data completeness
Version information 16 Oct 2015
Trim level: ES

Visibility

Windshield wipers with variable intermittent wipe
Front power windows with 1 express, rear power windows
Driver and passenger fixed 3rd row windows
Rear view mirror
Rear side windows: wind-up on driver side and passenger side
Driver and passenger door mirror: heated, body colour, power adjustable
Rear window with defroster and intermittent wiper
Tinted glass

Warranty

Warranty powertrain - Total: 120 months/ 160,000 km
Warranty whole vehicle - Total: 60 months/ 100,000 km
Anti-corrosion warranty: 60 months/ Unlimited km
Paint warranty: 60 months/ 100,000 km
Roadside assistance warranty: 60 months/ Unlimited km
Owner Transferable
Warranty whole vehicle - OEM 60, 100,000 and 62,137
Warranty powertrain - OEM 120, 160,000 and 99,420

Weights

Weights: gross vehicle weight (kg): 1,970, published curb weight (kg): 1,375, payload allowance (kg): 595, Manufacturer’s own and 1,970

Wheels

Front and rear all-season tires 215/70/H
Spare wheel: spacesaver with steel rim
Rear axle
Front and rear steel wheels: 16"x 6.5"

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