2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SUV LE 4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
On the highway I will average between 19-22 mpg but in town driving I get 21-23 mpg. I like how they now tell say that you can get up to 24 city and 31 highway. Since my first fill-up my best mpg on the highway was 23 mpg. I love the vehicle and plan to keep it until the wheels fall off but someone should take a good hard look at the figures they have put out concerning mpg
2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SUV LE 4dr SUV 4WD (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
I traded in my VW Jetta Sportwagon TDI because I just wanted to move past the heart break of being lied to and ruining the environment, and didn't want the anxiety of waiting to see what VW would do to the car to make it pass emissions in a couple months... BUT I was getting about 40 mpg on the VW, and diesel was cheaper than gas (at the right stations). Well, I fell in love with the Mistubishi Outlander Sport (it had been on my short list when I bought the VW), and the dealership took my VW for trade-in so the Mitsu didn't cost me much (same year and pretty much same mileage as my VW), and I felt really good about the weight off my shoulders. I set the odometer, and needed a fill up at 270 miles - that's 20 mpg, or HALF what I was getting on the VW, and at higher cost per fill-up. I thought 'let me try the manual controls, and not run the a/c so much before I go marching back to the dealership'. Well, next fill-up was today, at 260 miles! WTF, Mitsubishi? How can that be? What can I do differently to get the MPG you said I would get? The last thing I need is to feel guilty about my trade-in after the whole VW fiasco!
2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SUV SE 4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
I bought my 2013 pearl white Outlander Sport in November, 2013. I have over 32,000 miles on it so far, not a bit of trouble. I usually read professional reviews before I buy anything but this time I didn't. My Ford Taurus was costing a fortune in repairs. I wanted good mileage and all the bells and whistles. I looked at Honda and various other cars, despite the higher prices, could not find the extras I wanted. The Outlander Sport fits the bill and more. After reading professional reviews, I was embarrassed for buying a so-called "loser". However, talking with other owners and my own experience, I'm so glad I didn't read before I bought. Mitsubishi needs to put out the word. Real bargain!