Chief among the changes is a front-end redesign to help bring the cute-ute closer to its bigger brother, the Outlander.
As a recreational vehicle, the 2010 Mitsubishi Outlander GT offers practicality in slippery conditions, and its cabin tech outpaces many competitors.
The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is an attractive CUV with a few cool features that will appeal to younger buyers, but its power train is seriously lacking in the "sport" department.
While likely the best-handling crossover in its class, with cabin tech that doesn't disappoint, the 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander GT has much room for improvement--particularly in the engine bay.
While the 2009 Mistubishi Outlander's tech package is still at the head of its class and it still gives great performance at a great price point, the rough ride and cheap interior hold it back from greatness.
The 2007 Mitsubishi Outlander offers great technology without getting too expensive while striking a near-perfect compromise between emissions, power, and mileage. It's a practical car for a wide variety of uses.
Mitsubishi unveiled a plug-in hybrid version of its updated Outlander model at the 2012 Paris Motor Show, complete with all-wheel drive. The new vehicle could help Mitsubishi in the U.S. market, where hybrid SUV competition is limited.
The Outlander gets a new look and an "improved" third-row seat.
Leaving behind its jet fighter grille, Mitsubishi launches the new Outlander with an inoffensive look. It also gets a tech makeover, not only bringing in a new infotainment system but also driver assistance features.
CNET Car Tech takes a look at the 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport and find the "sport" to be curiously missing.