Mitsubishi Outlander Car Market Stats
Which Outlander has the best MPG?
2.0 PHEV GX5h 5dr Auto - 156.9 MPG
What is the starting price for the Outlander range?
RRP from £24984
Which is the fastest?
2.2 DI-D 2 5dr - 0-62 MPH in 10.2s
What are the dimensions of a Mitsubishi Outlander?
The typical size of a Outlander is 4695mm x 1810mm
What is the lowest Outlander insurance group?
Mitsubishi Outlander User Reviews
|04/10/2016 14:08:01 Salem Edoo " A good seven seater family car, spacious and comfortable, good performance from the 2.2 diesel engine, running cost is low for such a big car, fuel consumption is good too, I really love my Mitsubishi outlander as it's a gx4 it has plenty of creature comforts. "|
|21/06/2016 19:38:56 Romano reyes " Great job mitsubishi "|
|31/12/2015 15:40:55 Richard Woodward " i bought the Outlander because of the eco technology aspects. Now, it doesn't really live up to some of the claims made for it but I reckon I get about 20 miles off a full charge and as many of my journeys are less than 20 miles, I do most of my mileage on the electric charge and my visits to the petrol station are around once a month rather than the once a week i was doing previously with my XC90). Installation of the charging point at home was free of charge except for the addition to our domestic distribution which cost £50, the biggest problem here was who to get to come and install it. Having the petrol engine to rely on for any longer journeys is, quite obviously, essential and this performs perfectly well when required (on longer motorway journeys over 150 miles). I haven't completed scientific tests to determine how the petrol consumption is impacted by using the charge option on the motorway (so you can complete the urban leg at the end of your journey as an electric vehicle) but it does work very well. I do most of my mileage in Eco mode which curtails acceleration so the handling has not really been tested at speed but through town, on the motorway and in rural areas i really have no complaints. Even climbing up Honister Pass in the Lake district the Outlander PHEV handled perfectly and the regenerative engine braking can be set to slow you down more or less depending on your preferences (and since driving other conventionally powered vehicles it is noticeable how much this does slow the vehicle when not accelerating, this must reduce wear on the standard disk brakes). The vehicle is well equipped on the interior and the passengers are well accommodated as well. Our model has leather throughout and heated seats in the front and sat nav and multi input stereo as standard. Controls are well laid out and the reversing camera is useful in certain situations (although if you don't look at it you can forget that the towing hook protrudes beyond the rear bumper but that's a mistake you only make once and the garage door needed replacing anyway). Inside it is not as spacious as the XC90 but rear passengers do have more legroom and with seats folded down its possible to accommodate most requirements. I have no real complaints about the build quality so far but it is a little more plastic inside than the Volvo was but I don't find myself pining for the wooden dasboard trim and compared to me wife's Mercedes B class, I think it is equally as good. Value for money overall will have to be seen. Mitsubishi have already released an "improved" Outlander PHEV so I'm sure my model will have taken a hit on resale value following that. The other concern is whether the hybrid/Electric Vehicle technology will change drastically over then next 2-3 years and if it does, how will this impact resale value. Having said that, compared to plug-in hybrids from Volvo, the Outlander is excellent value at purchase and as petrol costs are less than one quarter of what they used to be I would say the vfm is good so far (I have to admit I haven't examined electricity bills too closely but bills don't appear to have increased in the 12 months since we took delivery of the vehicle and had the charging point installed). Safety and Security are what I would consider standard these days. There are additional safety features available on more expensive models (lane drift warnings and adaptive cruise control that modifies your speed if you get too close to a vehicle in front) but I opted not to include these at this stage. Overall I have been very pleased with the vehicle and hopefully I now poison fewer children in the local area with my exhaust and my carbon footprint has reduced somewhat. Every little helps. "|
|28/05/2015 16:46:21 Daniel Barraclough " Not for high mileage drivers as only 25 miles range on a fully charged battery. Suits me fine as I only cover local journeys. Covered 1,500 miles on 35 litres fuel equates to 190 mpg. Winter motoring not so clever as heater only operates while engine is running. Useful is heating car beforehand with one's tablet via wireless. "|
|08/05/2015 09:48:39 Ronald Thomson " Love my pick up does everything I'm looking for "|