2012 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE 4dr SUV 4WD (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
Its lacking in this area in comparison to the others in its class but the CVT tranny really makes good use of the 148hp.
It gets a little fun when using the paddle shifter (The paddle shifter sold me on the car).
Only issue I have is that you cant tow anything, I dont know how that compars to the rest but its a forgivable issue.
This little truck could out handle alot of cars.
Definitely shines above the rest, especially in 4wd mode :).
Seating- Im 6"1 and have 2 children in car seats and we fit with little issue.
Im a lil cramped in the leg department but I could still do long distance trip in it easy.
I even talked my sister in to buying one.
My fav feature would have to be the Rockford stereo, that thing thumps.
I also love the handling, which is better in 4wd.
I can also appreciat the HID headlights.
They work great and the ability to level them with the switch in the car help in the mountins because you can set the a little higher to get the light futher in front of you on the uphills.
Its just a good car for a good price.
The only thing I with the would have done is offer a Turbo mode.
I would have been all over that.
Otherwise, Im Happy
I would have wrote more in the review section but I ran out of characters.
Everything was good tho
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