We take Mitsubishi's latest Outlander on a super long term test. On this review, we highlight and the pro and cons of the popular 3 row SUV over the course of a year and share our experiences.
The new Outlander is now based on a new platform shared with the Mitsubishi/Nissan/Renault alliance. With a bold new look, the Outlander will be sure to grab the attention from onlookers regardless of color. Out tester is the Mitsubishi Outlander GT S-AWC and is pretty well fully loaded with features like:
Quilted leather seats, Head-up display, digitral cockpit, Apple Carplay/Android Auto, Full panormaic roof, 3 rows of seating, Super All Wheel Control s-AWC, hands-free power liftgate and a lot more.
Over the course of almost 10,000 kms, we averaged 10.7 l/100 km or 23 mpg in mostly city driving. The car was in the shop for an oil change, witner tire swap and to teh body shop since somehit hit and run the rear bumber area.
One of the most appealing features of the Outlander is the value and warranty. The new Outlander starts at under $32,000 cdn and our top of the line tester comes in at under $42,000. All Outlanders come with Mitsubishi's 10 year 160,000 km powertrain warranty which is pretty hard to beat.
All Outlanders come with Mitsubishi's 10 year 160,000 km powertrain warranty which is pretty hard to beat.