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Used Mitsubishi RVR for sale (44 Results)

PhotoModelYear Km Engine Grade Car Price Delivery Price
2010
May
56,809
km
1,800
cc
US$7,028
US$8,631
2017
Jun
16,009
km
1,800
cc
Grade
4
US$24,706US$19,450
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US$20,005
2017
Jun
8,833
km
1,800
cc
Grade
5
US$20,378
Free Shipping
US$21,081
2010
Aug
72,968
km
1,800
cc
Grade
4
US$7,584
US$9,199
2017
Mar
11,260
km
1,800
cc
Grade
4.5
US$19,692
US$21,294
2016
Oct
11,000
km
1,800
cc
Grade
5
US$18,231
US$19,846
2016
Apr
14,913
km
1,800
cc
Grade
4.5
US$15,108
US$16,723
2013
Sep
54,700
km
1,800
cc
Grade
4
US$10,406
US$12,009
2011
Aug
48,160
km
1,800
cc
Grade
4
US$9,135
US$11,002
PhotoModelYear Km Engine Grade Car Price Delivery Price
2011
Jan
102,000
km
1,800
cc
Grade
4
US$7,211US$5,408
US$7,463
2014
Jun
30,125
km
1,800
cc
Grade
4.5
US$15,108
US$16,710
2014
63,000
km
1,800
cc
Grade
3.5
US$9,849US$9,291
US$10,893
2016
23,000
km
1,800
cc
Grade
4.5
US$14,142
US$15,757
2010
May
47,400
km
1,800
cc
Grade
4
US$9,803
US$11,418
2014
40,000
km
1,800
cc
Grade
4
US$9,786
US$11,388

Buying Guide

The Mitsubishi RVR is a series of cars produced by Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi from 1991 to 2002 and from 2010 to present. The first two generations were compact multi-purpose vehicles (MPV), while the model introduced in 2010 is a subcompact crossover SUV. On CAR FROM JAPAN website, we sell only used models after 2010 - subcompact crossover SUV.

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You should buy this wonder, as a used one from us.

Crossover, or crossover SUV, are terms mainly used in the United States for vehicles with sport utility vehicle (SUV) styling features that are based on passenger car platforms and are only intended for light off-road use. Subcompact car is the American classification for small cars t is broadly equivalent to the B-segment (Europe) or supermini (Great Britain) classifications.

Speaking of money, used Mitsubishi RVR for sale by Car From Japan here got greatly reasonable price ranging from US$15,091 to US$18,042 and, we got incredibly Mitsubishi RVR price down to US$8,020.

Mitsubishi RVR:  The Mitsubishi Bang-For-Buck

1. Overview

The RVR stands for "Recreational Vehicle Runner" and Mitsubishi RVR exactly matches this description. One fundamental feature of its is the sporty driving, may it be an RV-type vehicle. Since most of the RV-type cars were driven by diesel engine and were not expected much for good driving, Mitsubishi RVR was an outstanding model. RVR became such a popular model that Mitsubishi became a very famous Make for RV-type cars.

Mitsubishi RVR comes with its short wheelbase version, however, unlike Chariot focusing on family customers, RVR targeted on sporty young drivers.

The basic concept of RVR remains unchanged until now. The basic layout with 2 doors and sliding rear door on the left has not been altered, so as the Sports Gear function ever since the first generation.

2. Exterior Magnificence

Mitsubishi RVR’s styling for this 2016 model year is probably why it’s seen a recent upsurge on the sales chart. LED taillights come as standard across the RVR line. Actually that’s made less appealing because its predecessor was so good looking.

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Mitsubishi RVR is appreciated for the look.

Buffed by Rally Red paint, Mitsubíhi RVR stands out of the crowd thanks to a bunch of chrome, glossy black trim and satin aluminum, plus large machine-finished 18-inch alloys with black painted pockets. While its rear end looks mostly the same, the frontal design certainly isn’t near as minimalist as the outgoing model.

3. Interior Comforts

Inside you will see a well laid out centre stack provides most everything you’ll need, with a soft-touch instrument panel and equally pliable front door uppers. A leather-wrapped sport cross-stitched steering wheel features some inky piano black lacquered highlights. The steering wheel switchgear is very well executed with excellent damping and extremely tight fitment. While made from good quality composite, the circular rocker switch actuates the audio system via the especially impressive infotainment screen.

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A fancy interior for the price.

The digital interfaces include a high-resolution colour multi-information display with very attractive graphics set between two bright, backlit chrome-rimmed parts.

The 6.1-inch infotainment touchscreen offers excellent functionality while the large 6.1-inch colour touchscreen infotainment display on the centre stack claims to be the best of the class with bright colours, good depth of contrast, and a simple, nice, easy to understand graphical layout.

4. Operational & Safety Excellence

Small SUVs are increasingly popular, and Mitsubishi's RVR has what it takes to stand out on your roads. The RVR comes with several versions, so whether you opt for the 148-horsepower, 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine or the 168-horsepower, 2.4-litre four-cylinder engine, you’re sure to find what you want in the lineup. Mitsubishi’s All Wheel Control is available on some trims and can be paired with engine options.

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Fuel efficiency is the strong point in the RVR.

Mitsubishi has focused on emphasizing the RVR's fuel economy and low emissions, as part of the company's plan to reposition itself as a maker of more efficient and smaller cars, in contrast to its previous successes building large SUVs. The Car is eligible for both an eco-car tax reduction in Japan, and Euro-5 compliant in Europe. In Australia the RVR received from ANCAP a 5 out of 5 star safety rating.

5. Driving Experience

The Mitsubishi RVR is fantastic and can take anything thrown at it. It's remarkably capable in the snow, with the ABS/Traction/Stability control combo bringing wonders when the weather becomes ugly. Real fuel economy is a bit higher than rated, it costs average 10l/100km in all city driving but 50% of that is in rush hour traffic where people sit still more than drive. No problems araise whatsoever in the first 30,000km of driving. Everyone is sure to be very happy with it.

Features on the RVR include 16-inch alloy wheels, auto-off headlamps, air conditioning, fog lights, heated mirrors, variable intermittent wipers, rear washer/wiper, rear privacy glass, LED combination, vanity mirrors, taillights, tilt and telescopic leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, cruise control, six-way driver and four-way passenger manually-adjustable heated cloth seats, 60/40 split-folding rear seat, keyless entry, rear cargo lamp, centre slide-adjustable armrest, floor mats, CD/MP3 stereo, Bluetooth connectivity, auxiliary and USB input, driver’s knee airbag, hill start assist, and tire pressure monitoring system. All the list ensures you a comfortable and joyful ride.

The RVR is not designed for intense off-road conditions, but note that its 8.5 inches of ground clearance is higher than all of its class. The RVR’s CVT gets its fancy Sportronic INVECS-III name due to six sequential “gears” that feel more like a conventional automatic than they are supposed to, while still benefiting from the low-friction design of a CVT.

This car focus on fuel economy, and a relatively light 1,490-kilo (3,285-lb) curb weight helps the RVR to cost a respectable 10.5 L/100km city, 8.6 highway and 9.6 combined.

A Prolific Investment

By and large, although the Mitsubishi RVR is not the well-rounded car, it successfully fulfill its target as a fashionable car to get you anywhere in the city with proud. Finally, consider its used price Vs your budget and buy a used Mitsubishi RVR today, from Car From Japan.

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