Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Performance Reviews

By Product Expert | Posted in Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, Tips & Tricks on Wednesday, November 9th, 2016 at 8:15 pm
outlander sport performance reviews

Finding a new car can be tough. There are all sorts of difference sources telling you which models are best because of such and such feature. Well, at Continental Mitsubishi, we want to provide our customers with a look at our models through the eyes of their drivers. There is no better way to shop for a new vehicle than by hearing about other buyers’ real-life experiences with it. Below you can see reviews from actual Outlander Sport drivers and decide for yourself how awesome the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is. We even have an off-road test for you to see how the Outlander Sport with All-Wheel Control performs.

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Hidden Gem
By Rob on Wednesday, August 31, 2016

“The 2016 Outlander sport SE 2.4 AWD is the best kept secret. As others have said it is underrated for sure, it is quiet, good MPG, CVT transmission is far better than the DCT (duel clutch transmission) many makers are putting in their models. So called expert reviews are really lopsided on this vehicle, Before you buy one of the EXPERT best rated models, go with the consumer ratings and give this hidden gem a try, I did and I am more than satisfied I made the right choice.”

best ever
By joeyg on Monday, August 29, 2016

“i traded my 2013 2.0 for the 2016 20.4. great suv. on a recent trip to chicago i rented a brand new buick encore. hated it. no comparison to my sport. the 2.4 is the engine i would suggest. plenty of pep and passing power. i cant say anything negative about it. i don’t understand why the so called experts fail to sing its praises.”

Excellent Value!
By Dig It! on Friday, July 22, 2016

“Didn’t even have the Outlander on my radar but test drove at a dealership. Smooth comfortable, quiet. Thought exterior looked great, good safety ratings, decent fuel consumption but the kicker for me was the 5/60K bumper to bumper plus the 10yr/100K power train w/$0.00 deductible BUT even beyond that term, lifetime warranty on the drive train w/$100.00 duductible! How can you go wrong?! Good looking, great value for the dollar!”

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Best compact suv

by Valerie on Jul 20, 2016
Vehicle: 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport

I had a 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander but wanted a smaller suv with 4wd option. I looked at Honda HRV, Mazda CX5, Nissan Rogue, Kia Sportage and none even compare to the Outlander Sport. My requirements are good stereo and satellite radio. You have to buy top of the line trims with the others to get this. The SE trim also has push button entry which is a great safety feature and means no searching for keys. The chrome on the front makes it look expensive. The AC is very cold which is awesome because we are having record high temps this summer. Lets not forget the 5 year warranty and roadside assistance (which I never used on my last one).

Objective review, i won this car in a drawing.

by Lucky 7 on Aug 5, 2016
Vehicle: 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport

I was not in the market for a small SUV and it is not really my thing. And then a telephone call came that I was a finalist to win one in a drawing I had entered online. I went to the final drawing and won the car. I had been helping my sister shop for a small SUV so I was very familiar with the Rav4, CRV, Mazda CX4 and the Escape. We did not look at the Outlander Sport and that was probably a mistake, and the big mistake comes in value for your money.I spent some additional money to upgrade my base model to an SEL model. The car rides and drives well, is fairly comfortable, and has lots of features for the price. If you are in the market for a small SUV/Crossover and want a lot on a small budget, give it a look. You might be very pleasantly surprised. Just be sure to get the 2.4 liter engine.

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