2012 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport ES 4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
I've had 4 other Mitsubishi auto's and I've never had a problem with one of them...
I now own Outlander Sport ES.
I've waited 2 months to write this review so that what I say here will not be just enthusiasm that I just purchased a new car
So far the crossover SUV has not let me down once for a lot of reasons...
1.16 inch tires will be, in the future,
less expensive to replace.
2.I personally feel the basic package for the SUV is a very intelligent way to look at things, less technical devices, less possible issues in the future.
3.The CVT transmission is very smooth and is not loud at all and very advanced including the MPGs are very economical.
4. The 2.0 engine has more power than what has be written about by the car evaluators
They have said that in a situation. When you need to pass a vehicle. It will not provide enough power to pass a car
I have driven the SUV on the interstate every day and it exceeds the expectations of the evaluators
Space needed in the SUV? I have, with the seats down, put 20 full size bags of mulch in the back, if needed, I could have put more.
Power when needed.
Space in the rear of the SUV
Less technical devices.
Easy accessible and readable controls.
Five people can sit in the SUV with no problem.
Column mounter paddle shifters
Gas saving light
Trying to improve a SUV Crossover where improvement is not needed...
Ok, except Softer seats...
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