Although not luxurious, the 2007 Mitsubishi Outlander is quite comfortable and capable. It's a practical and fairly affordable choice for a variety of uses, including outdoor adventure and daily commutes. Read full review
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In size, the Outlander is equivalent to the Saturn Vue Green Line, although Mitsubishi isn't offering a hybrid version yet. It's a relatively small sport utility vehicle with four doors and a stylish body that slightly echoes the Acura RDX. Read full review
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Mitsubishi adds in other cues from its off-road rally and racing expertise, such as the Outlander's aluminum roof. While the roof was designed to lower the center of gravity and improve the car's agility, we still felt the car was too top-heavy for fast cornering, though it would probably outmaneuver the Saturn Vue. Read full review
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The EPA rates the Outlander at 19mpg city and 26mpg on the highway. In our driving, we observed 23.7mpg during freeway and highway driving and a little more than 15mpg in heavy city traffic, averaging out to about 19mpg. Read full review
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The Outlander makes its interior cargo space expandable and accessible, with a clamshell lift gate and rear seats that flip forward and down with the lift of a lever. Read full review
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The rear seats spring forward and down at the lift of a lever. Two pull straps in each seat return the seats to an upright position. Read full review
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This Outlander has the dashboard in its standard configuration. With the optional navigation system, the car gets an LCD in place of the standard stereo interface. Read full review
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Extra space within the dashboard is made available for storage, with upper and lower compartments for the glove box, a center hatch, and a coin drawer to the left of the driver. Read full review
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The stereo is a Rockford/Fosgate 650-watt system with an in-dash CD changer and Sirius satellite radio. The changer can read MP3 CDs. Read full review
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A big 10-inch subwoofer is mounted in the cargo area. Eight other speakers line the cabin. The sound system is powerful, but not very refined. Read full review
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Buttons for Bluetooth cell phone integration sit below the left spoke on the steering wheel. Phone pairing and control is handled through a voice command system. Read full review
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Buttons for cruise control and the stereo are mounted on the left and right spokes of the steering wheel. We particularly like the stereo controls, as they let you choose the audio source, set the volume, and change tracks. Read full review
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The Outlander has sporty-looking speedometer and tachometer gauges. The center display includes an animated fuel gauge. Read full review
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A dial near the shifter lets the driver choose between four-wheel drive and two-wheel drive. Read full review
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The engine produces enough power to push this car forward quickly, yet gets reasonable mileage. It also puts out very low emissions. Read full review
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