Mitsubishi Outlander

 [i received the Outlander for seven days to test drive. all opinions are my own]

Need room for seven? No problem the 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander Limited Edition S-AWC. The Mitsubishi Outlander received 24/29 MPG with an average of 26, which is great with the raising gas prices, and summer road trips. The outlander is designed to fit seven with two in the front, three in the middle row and two in the third row. When all seven seats are being used, you still have plenty of legroom and trunk space. One of the things that really surprised me about this vehicle was how smooth of a ride it is. I even had my mum out running errands with me, dodging potholes, going over railroad tracks and roads we know are naturally bumping and she said “wow, I can’t even feel these bumps”. The smooth ride was definitely a very drastic change from my Jeep which features a rougher ride.
Steering wheel mounted controls for your convenience.

Push button start, I am still not a super huge fan of this feature and would much rather have a key – however I am starting to get used to it.

Sunroof, hello lover! Sunroofs are definitely my favorite, and it made traveling to the beach even more fun.

Lots of legroom in the second and third rows, the second row seats move forward and back to give the third row the amount of legroom that they need. To get your passengers to the third row simply pull the button on the middle row seat to move it forward.

Middle and back seating is designed to lay flat to give you even more trunk storage space.

Cargo under-floor storage.

Blind spot detection, which I absolutely love.













No comments :

Post a Comment