One of the most enduring challenges of recent years is to pick the right subcompact SUV. There are so many options that it gets easy to just get overwhelmed. If you think Mitsubishi has the right formula down for SUVs, you can narrow down your search to the Mitsubishi RVR. The next step is picking the right trim, which is thankfully a much easier decision to make.
Settling on one trim is easy when you understand each one. The list of trims is technically seven models long, but you can think of it as just being five models long, as two are just Front-Wheel Drive (FWD) versions of models that are also available with All-Wheel Control (AWC). From the ES to the GT AWC there are many shared features, but it’s the exclusive ones that set them apart. Use the chart below to get a feel for the trim that suits you best based on its starting MSRP and 2 feature highlights.
|ES FWD (ES AWC)||$24,898 ($27,398)||8-Inch Smartphone Link Display Audio with Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay®|
Heated Front Seats
|SE FWD (SE AWC)||$27,198 ($29,898)||6-Speaker Audio System|
Blind Spot Warning
|SEL AWC||$31.698||Paddle Shifters|
Artificial Suede-Appointed Seats with Contrast Stitching
|LTD. ED. AWC||(Unavailable)||Black Grille and Headliner|
18-Inch Black-Painted Alloy Wheels
|GT AWC||$35,898||710-Watt Rockford Fosgate® Punch® Audio System with 9 Speakers|
Forward Collision Mitigation