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Good Japanese Engineering ! by ChrisGR on 02/18/2012. Trim: 2012 Mitsubishi Outlander SE AWC, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Selectable AWC is the favorite characteristic. No hesitation or compromise on any harsh road/weather condition. Inner space, Handling and braking are superb for the money.
Cons: Poor materials inside, especialy the dashboard plastics. Looks and feel cheap.
Overall review: Very reliable car, no problem on any situation, superb on snow and Ice, generous space and trank for families. Get the V6 with the padle shifts. Realy sporty for an SUV. Similar driving with Subaru Forester, much better than RAV and Nissan Rogue.
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my 3rd mitsu , never let down ! by dimaria on 05/14/2012. Trim: 2012 Mitsubishi Outlander SE AWC, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: great handling, family suv, unquestioned reliability Top deal for the money spend,
Cons: Cheap plastic dashboard
Overall review: Non regret buy, handling of much more expensive car
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Get the V6!!! by Walkman from WV on 11/14/2011. Trim: 2012 Mitsubishi Outlander SE AWC, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Ride, Handling, Rockford Fosgate Stereo, lots of options (sunroof, upgraded stereo, 3rd row seating) for the price!! Good fuel mileage. Hands-free phone is nice too!
Cons: Small Gas Tank (15 gallon) negates fuel mileage, 2.4l engine needs more horses! No daytime running lights, vehicle tends to wander in FWD mode.
Overall review: Get the V6!! I figured I would start it with that. 2.4L engine under-powered for this vehicle, unless your driving is on relatively flat terrain. Here in the hills of West Virginia/Northern VA, you have to put your foot in it to keep up with the flow of traffic. (CVT?) Good fuel mileage (Avg. 24-25 mpg highway) even in 4WD mode. (Which is great for me considering that prior to this I had a Titan!) However, 15 gallon fuel tank somewhat negates MPG. I avg. 28-29 mpg in city driving (flat ground?) but most of my commute is highway, which brings me back to the fuel tank and the 2.4L engine. Better fuel mileage in FWD mode, but steering feels "loose" when up to speed. I have owned FWD vehicles before and they did not seem to do this. Ride is smooth, but vehicle handles better in 4WD. Overall, I'm satified with this vehicle. Lots of options for the price, but I would trade the few mpg to get the V6 if I had to do it all over again.
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Grdeat SUV by Betty from Kansas City. on 09/16/2012. Trim: 2012 Mitsubishi Outlander ES 2WD, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Everything. Power is amazing for a 4 cylinder.
Cons: My husband doesnt like the fact that you can't raise the passenger seat up like you can the drivers seat. But that's the only complaint.
Overall review: Beautiful and great vehicle for the money!
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Sport SUV by Ricky on 09/13/2012. Trim: 2012 Mitsubishi Outlander GT 2WD.
Pros: Seating position, handling, roomy
Cons: 3rd row seat not needed
Overall review: Sporty, good handling, looks good
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