2014 Mitsubishi Outlander GT Test Drive & 7-Passenger Crossover SUV Video Review

The Mitsubishi Outlander has been redesigned, refreshed, and updated for the 2014 model year and features a couple of positive first impressions which should…
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25 thoughts on “2014 Mitsubishi Outlander GT Test Drive & 7-Passenger Crossover SUV Video Review

  1. gamer boy

    thanks for your detailed review… you have answered all of my questions
    about this vehicle, that a lot of video reviews did not. If only there was
    some space in the boot to put more stuff if the third row seats were up, I
    would buy this vehicle… but… for now, the search continues.

  2. spidermandj3

    My 1994 montero has 235k miles on it with no problems other than routine
    oil changes. Great family and off road vehicle. Mitsubishi needs to bring
    the montero back to the US

  3. FanaticGuide1

    Other small SUV’s with third row seating includes a Kia Sorento and Nissan
    Rogue (optional). Even though Mitsubishi is going out of business in the
    US, I still like the Outlander.

  4. northstar15

    Yes, but he drove the car. Wouldn’t you want to drive it too to see if it
    has enough power for you?

  5. ontario man

    this guy does not know what he talking about.. 224 hp is more than enough
    power. This SUV is 3,571 lbs.

  6. Fussinated

    And you tube is the filthiest place for it allows people such as yourself
    to write what they think. Fucking faggot go buy a European piece of crap
    and bend over to European Aristocrats you will feel happier.

  7. northstar15

    I agree that it is for a very small market, but it is too under powered to
    justify for my tastes.

  8. Mitul Jariwala

    Get Ron Doron back cmon man you guys lost subscribers because of not having
    him.

  9. NeutralGenericUser

    Great car that is held back by its styling, unfortunately. The chief
    designer needs to be fired ASAP.

  10. Carson Smith

    If you have third row seats that is because you have 2 or 3 kids. You won’t
    buy a car with three rows expecting to be able to fit adults in the way
    back.

  11. Fussinated

    I agree. I used to drive a Mitsubishi Colt. It was a very economical and
    reliable car. I think Mitsubishi is very underrated and as you said people
    are not aware how a solid transportation it is.

  12. mariojalata

    I have the 2007 xls and have 150000 miles with zero problem. I get 28 or
    higher at highway and never got stuck in snow or sand. The lack of power
    the reviewer has stated is not accurate as it does have more horsepower
    than a crv at the same fuel economy. 7 seconds to 60 is fast for a cuv. It
    also have a transcooler and a AC condenser cooler thus even when stuck at
    traffic the AC runs cooler than most cuv.

  13. NeutralGenericUser

    I hope more people think like you; I really want Mitsubishi to be doing
    well again.

  14. Fussinated

    It is because of the idiots who persist on European crappy brands. Look at
    Suzuki it was a solid transportation but it moved out of North America
    because people preferred to buy Jettas which is a car repeatedly the worst
    reliable car. Because it has a “feel” LOL! yes the feel of the dick of the
    dealer up in your ass to take more money by charging you maintenance fees.

  15. Thomas Rosquin

    ha what a great comment! best of the month so far!!!!! I total agree this
    crossover is U.G.L.Y. you ain’t got no alibi you ugly.

  16. Fussinated

    Actually styling is quite good. especially if you like Audis this car is an
    art work in comparison.

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