Big Chunk of Invisibility - 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE Long-Term Road Test
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2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE: Big Chunk of Invisibility

June 06, 2011

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This photo somewhat exaggerates the effect, but I only noticed recently how big a chunk of visibility the Outlander Sport A-pillar area consumes. It's enough to make moderately tight right-hand turns a stretch-and-see effort, especially if any concrete pillars or posts are around. It's a combination of the wide, blocky mirror, the black sail panel housing the tweeter, the widening pillar base, and the thick A-pillar itself.

When I'm king, I'll make Mitsubishi use more vertical Wrangler-style mirrors, move the tweeter to the door panel and install a sail window, and make the A-pillar out of bulletproof, crushproof and suckproof Lexan. Or if I'm a king on a budget, maybe just adhere some surplus Aztek cladding to the quarter panels.

Dan Frio, Automotive Editor

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