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About the Outlander
The compact crossover segment is one of the most competitive and saturated areas of the entire automotive industry. As such, it can be very difficult for a car to stick out. But, this is not the case for the Mitsubishi Outlander, as it matches its competition, like the Hyundai Tucson and Honda CR-V, in nearly every way. Since its release in 2003, the Outlander has offered great style on the inside and out, a brilliant cabin and respectable performance. However, the Outlander is one of the most expensive crossovers on the market, and if you’re looking for value for money, you might want to consider the Mazda CX-5.
The Outlander comes equipped with a 2.5-liter incline four-cylinder as standard. Whilst this engine is more than capable of keeping up with its rivals, it does feel a little safe and boring. This is only really a problem if you like to feel a part of the driving experience though.
The ride of the Outlander is one of its best features. The suspension finds a near-perfect harmony between sport and comfort, meaning that you’ll be able to put your foot down without disturbing your passengers. The steering is also nice and sharp, so you can have confidence in corners.
The interior of the Mitsubishi Outlander is nothing short of excellent. Made up of high-quality leather and plastic, it both looks and feels luxurious. In fact, you might just think you’re in a luxury SUV! There’s also a great level of infotainment, like an 8-inch touchscreen that comes with every model.
The Outlander is one of the most reliable crossovers on the market. You might be mistaken into thinking that the warning lights don’t work it’s that well-built! This does enhance the practicality of the SUV considerably.