2021 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport consumer reviews

$20,995 starting MSRP
side view of 2021 Outlander Sport Mitsubishi
100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.6
  • Performance 4.9
  • Value for the money 4.9
  • Exterior styling 4.9
  • Reliability 5.0
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2 years into a 2021 new purchase.

Most City/HW Driving for me is around 26+ MPG (though I accelerate and drive a bit fast). As another review stated, you can get 33+ MPG if you stay 50-60MPH which is amazing. Handling is great, allows you to feel the road, doesn't feel too assisted, all of which is good imo. Body fits well into compact parking spaces. I like the "bare bones" interior design of the Standard version. Does exactly what I want it to do, no issues with any instruments/electronics. I find the car pretty comfortable, though the back seats are a bit cramped for average to taller people. Only issue I've found is I've had the catalytic converter stolen and both the dealership and the tow truck person said that the car is an easy target because they're higher off the ground and the converter is easy to get to. They've both recommended adding a cage, band, or other defensive measure to detract criminals. I've really enjoyed driving this car, will definitely hold onto this as I bought it brand new in 2021 and 2 years later now in 2023, I'm still enjoying driving this.


May be the best budget small SUV available

Purchased my new 2021 OS 2.0 FWD at the height of the car shortage in December of 2021 for UNDER MSRP while every other car dealer make was doing $5K or more dealer market adjustment price hike over MSRP. Now 1.5 years later can definitely say it has been super reliable through 30K miles. Stock tires were never great on snow so did upgrade early to better Pirellis which improved handling and ride. It is a basic, reliable, adequate small SUV. I average 32 MPG in mixed driving. It is quite fast getting on the highway and I have to be careful because I often am doing way over the speed limit by the time I merge, those who claim it is slow do not know how to drive an ECO programmed CVT - how far the accelerator pedal is press determines the desired acceleration. Even now the dealer has a couple of left over 2022s for $22.5K - that is less than dealers are asking for new KIA Souls around here and $6K less than the lowest priced 2022 new Hyundai Venue.


Very impressed with this SUV..

Recently, my wife purchased a Pre Owned 2021 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, I flew to West Texas to drive it back. We live in South Texas, like 700+ miles, where my wife purchased the Mitsubishi. I was very impressed with the drive and handling of this vehicle. Mitsubishi, so far, has been Our First purchase, and it’s been A Very Good Purchase….. Rivera Clan…



I love my outlander sport. Best vehicle I've ever owned. My nephew drives it more than I do. He wants to buy it from me. I hate to sell it.


Great SUV!

I e have yet to find a car so reliable and comfort to drive. I've had mine for a year and a half and have never had an issue. still looks and feels new. Now my wife wants one!


I didn't want to get out of it.

This suv is more than I could have imagined. I never saw myself in something so nice. I am still smiling☺☺😢😢😢☺☺☺ I feel so good.


This may be the best vehicle I 've purchased

This car has a beautiful color. The interior is beautiful and it has plenty of leg room. There is plenty of space in the trunk area. Beautiful all around.


Best Value for your Money

I simply love this SUV. It is roomy yet not to big. It gets great gas mileage around 33-34mpg @55-60 mph. It is stylish and looks nice. Really pleased!


Sharp looking car. Looks awesome sitting in my way

It is a good car wish it had a couple more features for being a 2021 but overall it’s a really good car handles great drives really smooth.


Mitsubishi runs in the family

There are 6 Mitsubishi cars in the family and all of them have run smoothly for well over 6 years. My last car was a Chevy Equinox but it required tons of non routine maintenance. I decided to switch back to this Mitsubishi Outlander Sport. It's Great value for the money. The car doesn't have tremendous horse power but it doesn't hesitate to get you from A to B. The turn radius on the steering is really fun, and it has some cool safety features that the more expensive competitors have like a back up cam, lane departure warning, hill break assist. I'm most impressed by the 100k mile power train warranty. If you value durability and cost efficiency, why wouldn't you consider this smaller SUV? I love mine!