Even though Mitsubishi has had a pair of sport utility vehicles on sale in recent years, the companys marketers determined that a third model was necessary. Because young buyers have been flocking toward smaller SUVs and Mitsubishi caters to that end of the age spectrum the n... Read Full Report
There's no doubt consumers love vehicles that fall into the category of "SUV-lite." Known alternately by such vague labels as "crossovers" and "sport wagons," these are products like the Honda CR-V and the Toyota RAV4 that provide many of the benefits of a bigger sport utility vehicle -- like a panoramic view of the road -- but with fewer of the hassles -- like a rough, truck-like ri... Read full review for the 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander
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I totally love this suv. 4 cyl. that has plenty of pep but easy on gas. Lots of room and feels safe and secure and handles almost as good as my sports car. I feel I has combined all my needs into one ... Read Full Review
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