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2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport - Consumer Opinions


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Great Car, station wagon, cross over....

..."Lots of space for a small car!! We traded in a Saturn Outlook which we liked for the space, but had poor gas mileage and mechanical problems...

Pretty good CUV

...It's pretty good on gas even in 4WD Auto mode all the time. The power is adequate in the city. My wife & kids love the panoramic moonroof. It's easy to park. The AWD works well in snow. Exterior looks really good (not boring like the other CUV's). Trunk is good sized and usable (unlike the Nissan Juke which was also on our shopping list; that trunk is a joke, can't even put a small stroller and the kid's stuff). One complain though, the outboard rear seatbelt buckles are located at the edge of the seat; it's difficult for my kid on booster to locate and buckle it. Warranty, I think, is best...

Peppy enough for me, stylish and nice features.
Source: Edmunds

...Job location change increased my commute to nearly 80miles round trip.
Traded in my heavy, thirsty truck for something a bit sporty, comfortable and CUV-like in terms of cargo capacity.
Test drove several Hyundai products including the Tucson and went to the Mitsu dealer last.
Nice features on the ES at the sub 20k price point including handsfree phone integration via FUSE system,
telescoping steering wheel, full complement of steering wheel controls including magnesium paddle shifters for the CVT.
Some soft touch surfaces on the dash and door panels. The 4B11 2.0L is...

Best bang for your buck! Most standard options!

..."I have had this car for a week and right off the bat I'm impressed.
You can't beat the warranty anywhere! For a minimal $2000 more from the ES to SE you get A LOT of standard options.
Push button start, 7 airbags, fog lights... etc i could go on.
The paddle shifters give you a good boost on the freeway, and the CVT transmission shifts flawlessly.
For a 4cyl engine it picks up just fine, if you need more jolt the paddle shifters help out.
And with the rear seats down it gives just as much useable cargo space as expected from any crossover. 5 Stars baby!"...

Nice Little Car

..."This is a terrific little urban vehicle...Enjoy the Fosgate sound system and the kids really like the full glass roof. Great value for the money with a great warranty. Easy to park and manuever."...

Nice car!
Source: Edmunds

...During my research I looked at quite a few different makes.
I decided on the Outlander Sport because of the standard features.
i was concerned about the 2.0 4 cylinder engine but it performed well over my expectations.
I was passing everyone I came to on the freeway with no effort at all.
The interior is more spacious then I expected. I have plenty of room at 6 feet and 350 pounds.
Personally, I like the looks of the exterior but not everyone will. All and all, this is an extremely fine vehicle for the price. Thousands less then similar in class with far far fewer...

Great Value for the money!
Source: MSN Autos

...The plastic material in the dashboard doesnt feel/ or look cheap at all.. unlike its competitors. *Great fuel effeciency *Lots of Tech Features (Bluetooth, USB, Ipod connector,Sattelite Radio,....etc) *8.5 inch Ground Clearence *Fantastic Sound System 710 WATT Rockford Fosgate *on-demand four-wheel drive system, with selectable, 2WD, 4WD and 4WD lock modes *Nimble on the road and fun, fun to drive. Great Value for the Money! Cons: * CVT Engine takes little getting used to.. * No leather seats * Manifacturer GPS isn't offered in Canadian Market Overall: If you're like me, buying your first...

Perfect City Cross Over
Source: Edmunds

...I bought this car for my wife and based on her feedback the vehicle is simply awesome!
I personally feel the engine lacks some power considering the weight of the vehicle; however,
knowing how to use the paddle shifters do compensate for it, at the end, it all depends greatly on the driving style.
On the other hand, features are above the expectations - got to love the blue Tooth connectivity, it's also spacious and priced around right.
At the end, I firmly believe this vehicle is conceived with a female target in mind and for that they did get it right!...

I knew when I bought it

..."The 148 horsepower really shows, it's lacking pulling away from a traffic light, using the paddle shifters, make it a little better, but uses more gas.
Maybe I should have spent the extra $4000 to buy a 170 horsepower SUV, like the CR-V. But it's still a nice car inside and out!"...

I LOVE this SUV!!!
Source: Edmunds

...This thing gets as good mileage as my econo-box hatchback w/5-speed.
I drive 60/40 Hwy/City and have been averaging 29/mpg
!!! I bought the base model because I was trying to keep the cost down.
I am really surprised at all the features that are STANDARD.
Between the look of the vehicle, interior, electronics, & performance - this SUV has to be one of the best values out there. Good job Mitsubishi!!!...

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