The Redesigned Mitsubishi 2020 RVR  

Canada’s favorite Mitsubishi, the popular RVR hits dealerships with a fresh bold design.

Mississauga, ON – Canada’s favorite Mitsubishi, the popular RVR hits dealerships with a fresh bold design, a large 8-inch Smartphone Link Display Audio and new competitive packaging and pricing that offers more advanced technology such as Blind Spot Warning, safety features and All Wheel Control (AWC) at lower price lines.

Starting at an MSRP of $22,998, in addition to a new exterior design which adds LED headlamps and daytime running lamps as standard, all RVR price lines are equipped with a new large 8-inch Smartphone Link Display Audio and Android Auto™ & Apple CarPlay and large rear-view camera, heated front seats, Bluetooth, rear spoiler, heated power side-view mirrors, anti-theft security system, variable intermittent wiper and washer and a suite of safety features including Hill Start Assist, Traction Control Logic, RISE Body Construction, Active Stability Control, Brake Override system and more. New to the SE FWD ($25,298) price line is the high demand Blind Spot Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert technology which was previously only available on higher price lines.

Mitsubishi Motors is making its All Wheel Control system more affordable by introducing the ES AWC price ($25,498) line to the lineup. SE AWC price line ($27,998) also receives a boost. The 2.4L engine replaces the 2.0L engine which means more power and more torque for this price line. Blind Spot Warning, Rear Traffic Alert and LED fog lamps are added.

Mitsubishi Motor’s volume seller the SEL AWC price line ($29,798) has all the features of the SE AWC plus newly designed 18-inch alloy wheels and artificial suede seats. Also, on the SEL AWC price line is FAST-Key entry, Push Button Start, paddle shifters, roof rails and LED Turn signals. This price line best seller sets itself apart with its LED headlamps and fog lamps, driver knee airbag, and 2.4L engine with 168 horsepower.

Formerly called Black Edition, Limited Edition AWC price line ($30,798) combines affordability with high style. 18-inch black-painted alloy wheels, black grille, black side-view mirrors bring an upscale feel and enhance the new design of the RVR. Inside, leather wrapped steering wheel and gear shift. New this year are knee pad with red stitching, a black headliner and heated steering.

The top of the line price line is GT AWC ($33,998) which brings refined driving with new luxuries such as a heated steering wheel, black headliner and chrome beltline moulding all new this year, and other premium features. The RVR will arrive in Canadian dealerships in October 2019. For more information please visit