2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE AWD Start Up, Exterior/ Interior Review
In this review, we take a very in-depth look at the all new 2011 Mitsubishi
Outlander Sport (ASX in Europe; RVR in Japan) SE AWD. The vehicle was
provided courtesy of yet another one of our good friends, Don Herring
Mitsubishi of Irving, TX for us to review. This review is designed to
provide accurate information to both car enthusiasts and potential
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Review from Consumer Reports
The Outlander Sport is a practical hatchback, but there's nothing sporty
about its acceleration or handling. The all-wheel-drive version gets
pricey. Find out more about the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport and other SUVs
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2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Review - LotPro
A review of the 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport from a consumers
perspective. LotPro's Editor of Automotive Content, Steve Cypher test
drives and reviews the 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport. Please visit
http://www.LotProVideo.com for more information and news.
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For the 2015 Outlander, Mitsubishi's "Fuse" voice command system and
Bluetooth are now standard. There are also small styling updates to the
front fascia, along with minor changes to standard and optional equipment.
Lately, crossover SUVs have become the renaissance men of the car world,
providing a good measure of capability in all categories. They're great for
family vacations, carpools and transporting the kids while also being more
comfortable and fuel-efficient than traditional truck-based SUVs. The
Mitsubishi Outlander is no newcomer to this segment, and the 2015 model
benefits from a redesign that occurred just last year. The problem with
this Mitsubishi, however, is that it doesn't excite or excel in any
To its credit, the 2015 Outlander with its base four-cylinder engine gets
above-average gas mileage for the segment, and when we tested the V6
all-wheel-drive GT model, we found it to have decent acceleration and a
somewhat comfortable cabin. Other selling points for the Outlander are its
lengthy warranty and available third-row seat. That third row is pretty
cramped, but if this is a feature you want, the Outlander is one of the few
vehicles in its class to offer it.
Evaluated elsewhere, though, the 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander is pretty
average. In an Exhaustive Edmunds.com
test, we gave the Outlander a "C" rating. Competitors typically offer
quicker acceleration, higher levels of comfort on long road trips and
better build quality. The Honda CR-V, for instance, is more refined and
comfortable. We also recommend checking out the 2015 Mazda CX-5, 2015 Ford
Escape and Toyota RAV4, all of which are great choices. The Nissan Rogue is
another worthy contender, as it has an available third row of seating. With
so many options for crossover SUVs, we definitely recommend that you check
out the competition before settling on a 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander.
Body Styles, Trim Levels, and Options
The 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander is a seven-passenger crossover SUV that comes
in three different trim levels: the base ES, midrange SE and GT.
The ES comes standard with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, 16-inch steel
wheels, heated mirrors, rear privacy glass, full power accessories,
automatic climate control, a 60/40-split-folding second-row seat that
slides and reclines, a 50/50-split third-row seat, Mitsubishi's "Fuse"
voice command system (for phone and audio control), Bluetooth phone and
audio connectivity, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, tilt-and-telescoping
steering column, cruise control and a six-speaker sound system with a CD
player and an iPod/USB interface.
Stepping up to the SE gets you 18-inch alloy wheels, foglights, keyless
ignition and entry, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated front
seats, leatherette (premium vinyl) upholstery, a rearview camera and an
upgraded audio system with a 6-inch touchscreen display and HD radio. The
GT further adds the 3.0-liter V6, all-wheel drive and a few more luxuries
such as automatic xenon headlights, LED taillights, shifter paddles, wood
interior panels, rain-sensing wipers and satellite radio.
The SE and GT models can be had with a Premium option package that includes
a sunroof, roof rails, a power liftgate, leather upholstery, a power driver
seat and a nine-speaker Rockford Fosgate surround-sound audio system with
satellite radio. A Touring package available for the SE and GT trims
bundles all of the above with rain-sensing wipers, a voice-operated
navigation system, a larger 7-inch touchscreen display and adaptive cruise
control with a collision warning and mitigation system and lane-departure
Stand-alone options for the Outlander include rear parking sensors, remote
ignition and a rear-seat entertainment system.
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The All New 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Review
The 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport actually shares very little in common
with its larger namesake, the Outlander. Instead, it focuses on urbanites
with limited space and tighter budgets.
It's a better vehicle for those who don't necessarily need a third row of
seats or a vehicle large enough to create the occasional parking challenge,
though the Sport lacks some of the Outlander's more rugged capabilities.
There really are two different assessments of how the 2015 Outlander Sport
drives and it depends on how importantly you value acceleration and
straight-ahead responsiveness. Although the manual is a better choice to
make the most of the 148-hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, this is not a
particularly quick vehicle, and the on-road performance provided with the
continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) is quite disappointing.
Last year, Mitsubishi smoothed over some of the bluntness of the shark-like
front-end design, while the look was made just a little neater in back with
a new bumper design and blacked-out lower-body trim. The look is clean and
upright inside, but your intrigue at first glance might disperse to
disappointment upon closer look, as the cabin packs in plenty of drab
materials that aren't all that much more impressive than those in the
Lancer compact sedan. But Mitsubishi is clearly making an effort to spruce
up the look and feel somewhat; last year it introduced a new cloth
upholstery, and this year there's a new black-leather seating option in the
SE Touring Package.
The economy-class feel continues to the interior appointments, which have
been a disappointment in past model years. There are a few more soft-touch
surfaces here than in some other rival vehicles, but it's mostly in the
form of a padded dash cover; otherwise it's budget-sedan material.
Packaging is where the 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport redeems itself,
though; this is a vehicle that tends to feel roomier inside than you might
expect, considering its very compact exterior. Front seats feel fairly snug
but supportive, and in back there's real space for two adults or three
kids. And with seat height just right for what many aging shoppers seek a
little higher than a sedan, yet lower than a larger SUV you get get in by
merely sitting and turning, or load children in without straining your
If you can overlook its economy-class accommodations and lack of
refinement, you'll find that features are generous with steering-wheel
audio controls, remote keyless entry, alloy wheels, and a 140-watt sound
system all standard.
Car Throttle: 2011 Mitsubishi ASX Review
For the perfect activities day roadtrip, you need the perfect vehicle.
Something that can eat up anything you throw into it, looks stylish and has
a hint of sportiness. Adnan tests the 2011 Mitsubishi ASX compact crossover
to see how well it copes.
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Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV - Real World MPG [SPONSORED]
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Tried and Tested
The new Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) is a
breath of fresh air. Its economy is officially rated to 148mpg and the car
emits just 44g/km of CO2, yet unlike other plug-in hybrids, amazingly, it
costs no more to buy than the equivalently-specified diesel version.
Mitsubishi challenged us to see what economy we could achieve with the
Outlander PHEV out in the real world -- and in our video you can see how it
performed on two different commutes.
During our time with the Outlander PHEV, we also found out what it's like
to drive, how it measures up in terms of practicality and whether it is
still a genuine off-roader. Finally we surveyed the Auto Express team to
find out what they think of the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV's price.
After taking into account a £5,000 Government grant, the Outlander PHEV
starts from £28,249 - that's the same price as the similarly specified
Until now, every other plug-in hybrid has cost significantly more to buy
than its internal combustion-engined equivalent. This means it often takes
a while before you really get to take advantage of their lower running
costs. But with the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, because there's no price
premium you start saving straight away.
The Outlander PHEV will also be very enticing to company car drivers.
Attracting only 5 per cent Benefit In Kind (BIK) in the first year means it
will cost a higher rate tax payer from just £665 (40% tax payer) -- that's
thousands of pounds less than its nearest rivals. There are further
savings, too. The hybrid won't cost you a penny in Vehicle Excise Duty nor
to drive into the centre of London as it's exempt from the Congestion
But, of course, we must not forget the impressive economy. Under the
standard European economy test cycle, the Outlander PHEV is capable of
MyCarlady drives the new 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Se and discusses
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Real Videos: 2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE AWC Review
Here we are with another Real Video, the Real Review featuring the 2013
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE AWC (All-Wheel Control). Mitsubishi is a car
company that may not be the first on your consideration set, but the
redesigned Mitsubishi Outlander Sport for 2013 is work a look according to
our Real First Impressions Video () where we took a quick look at this
mid-size Crossover (CUV). It definitely is a value-oriented CUV, but has a
hip and fun vibe with the 710-watt Rrockford Fosgate sound system and
Join us as we discuss the current design, the excitement factor and
day-to-day living with this top of the line Outlander Sport. Close to the
$29K and equipped with the premium option group, this vehicle might just
make your 'must-see' test-drive list.
Find out more in this Real Videos edition.
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2014 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Snowy Off-Road Review & Misadventure
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inches of ground clearance the 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport isn't
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