For buyers seeking versatile and practical new option for 2011 with available all-wheel drive, Mitsubishi introduces the Outlander Sport. Based on the same 105.1-inch wheelbase and Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution body construction as the larger Outlander, the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is considerably shorter in overall length. The 2011 Outlander Sport's power comes from a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine generating 148 horsepower. Carrying into its sophomore year, the Mitsubishi Outlander's third row seating is now standard on the SE model. Fuel economy for the Outlander crossover vehicle also boasts better fuel efficiency achieved through improvements to the engine management system for 2011. A more robustly equipped SE version of the Mitsubishi Endeavor offers standard touchscreen navigation and cargo cover. Buyers of the Mitsubishi Eclipse coupe may notice the 2011 model has gained a sportier appearance. The 2011 Eclipse coupe's ride height has been lowered by more than half an inch while a black painted roof is utilized on all trim levels. A similar ride height reduction is also found on the Galant sedan for 2011.