The Mitsubishi Outlander isn’t going to set any pulses racing with excitement, but if you’re the sort of person who thrives on practicality, affordability, reliability, and safety, this car has a lot going for it. It also comes with 4WD as standard, seven seats, and in a market that is becoming saturated with trendy crossovers, it’s a car which is rugged and innately straight to the point. Let’s take a closer look at what it offers.
Drivability and Performance
The Mitsubishi Outlander is essentially a load-lugger, which should already be enough to tell you everything you need to know. Yep, this car is not fun to drive. At all. Buyers are going to be using it to ferry their families from A to B, and they’re not going to be partying behind the wheel as they do so. But it does come with four-wheel-drive as standard which is really satisfying, whilst the lofty
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