The Mitsubishi RVR
On the outside, the Mitsubishi RVR is a muscular, athletic crossover (and a blast to drive). Inside, you’re treated with the highest comfort and intelligent technology. The RVR is a strong addition to the Mitsubishi lineup. Year after year, Mitsubishi creates exciting and highly functional vehicles, and the RVR is no different. Here are some of the highlights of the Mitsubishi RVR:
- MIVEC engine
- 60/40 split folding seats
- 710-watt Rockford Fosgate ® Punch ® audio system
- Mitsubishi 10-year powertrain warranty
The Kia Sportage is a comparable vehicle to the Mitsubishi RVR in the compact crossover SUV market. The Sportage is Kia’s play at making a dent into the crossover SUV vehicle class. It does many of the things you want out of a crossover SUV, and certainly does some of them well. Here are some of the highlights of the Kia Sportage:
- Blind Spot Detection System
- Rear Cross Traffic Alert
- Dynamax AWD
- Automatic Headlights
- Android Auto adaptable
Which SUV Should You Choose?
While the Kia Sportage is a powerful SUV, it doesn’t have Mitsubishi’s S-AWC, which provides ultimate control on rough and slippery roads. Another winning point for the Mitsubishi SUV is its price; the RVR has a starting price of $22,998 while the Kia starts at $25,295. Furthermore, with the RVR, Mitsubishi has given the crossover vehicle class something to talk about. It’s got first-class performance and top of the line luxury, to go along with Mitsubishi’s brand of fun and excitement. It’s a vehicle that is built for families, as well as for stylish individuals. In short, the Mitsubishi RVR is an all-around great vehicle.