While the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport demands attention (and rightfully so), it’s not the only passenger-toting Mitsubishi vehicle that deserves a second glance. It’s cousin, the Mitsubishi Outlander, offers a smooth and sophisticated ride that is also fun to drive. Named one of the most affordable third-row vehicles by Kelley Blue Book, the Outlander won’t break your piggy bank either.
We could go on for a while as to why we love this car, but admittedly, we are a little bias. Don’t just take our word for it though. Check out what other people are saying about this standout crossover SUV.
Wall St Cheat Sheet Autos
“Starting at right around $22,000, the Mitsubishi Outlander is a sporty SUV that offers plenty of room for all your friends and family.”
“The Outlander is aptly named, loaded with features that make it a great choice for drivers that like to get off the beaten path. Standard features include hill-start assist, traction control and stability control, all to keep you safe and secure no matter where the path takes you.”
“If you’re looking to get the whole crew off the road for the day, the Outlander should be a prime candidate.”
Pittsburgh [KS] Morning
“If you’re just looking for a family wagon that sits SUV-upright and can haul five people, two little kids and some groceries in comfort, the Outlander ES or SE variants might be of interest.”
“The vehicle handles predictably, rides easily, cruises in reasonable quiet, and puts no undue burdens on anyone in the first two rows of seats.”
“Slide a high-torque gas-electric powertrain underneath an alloy Outlander body that’s been to the gym, dress up the interior with cool shapes, materials and toys, and roll it out the door at an everyday price, and watch our pulse rates climb. It could happen. Elsewhere in the world, Mitsubishi has just begun offering a plug-in hybrid Outlander that’s alleged to be the most efficient SUV on the planet.”