2016 Mitsubishi Outlander SUV Car Review @DriveShopUSA

I received this car for one week to review in exchange for sharing my honest opinion.

Mitsubishi to me is a car that you are meant to zoom round town in. The cars are not super fast but they are sporty and feature a lightweight design. I recently got the chance to drive around in a 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SUV. It was a 2.4 GT AWD 4-Door SUV. I have driven other Mazdas before and while they are usually not-fully loaded or very high-tech, they are fun to drive.


  • Roomy – this model does not have a third row but it was still roomy enough for my family of five. I will say for teens and adults, it would be tight for five people but I was able to fit my three kids in the backseat (one car seat and two not in car seats).

  • Decent trunk room

  • 4 cylinder engine – this is not very fast but good enough for pickup around town.
  • Nice controls for heat and butt warmers

  • Rain-sensing windshield wipers – This is a feature that I found because some drops landed on the windshield and it was a nice surprise.
  • Sporty design

  • Great warranty – 10 year/100,000 mile powertrain, 7 year/100,000 anti-corrosion, 5 year/60,000 new vehicle limited warranty, 5 year/unlimited roadside assistance
  • Tire pressure monitoring system – Do you check your tires regularly? I don’t and honestly getting a flat tire freaks me out. I love that this alerts the driver to low tires.
  • 4 WD – nice if you are on un-even terrain

  • Powerful Rockford-Fosgate premium sound system with 9 speakers

  • Keyless entry – This is becoming pretty standard and I love it. Being able to keep my car keys in my purse or pocket means I don’t have to dig them out. You just push a button on the door when you are nearby and it senses the keys.

  • USB and Outlet

  • Push Button Engine Start – Again this becoming standard but it goes along with keyless entry and is a convenience thing.

  • Touch-Screen Navigation/Entertainment System – This navigation was super easy to use and I didn’t need a manual to figure out.

  • 22 MPG City and 27 MPG Highway
  • Nice big sunroof

While many features are becoming standard on cars, it is nice to have a car that you can trust. Mitsubishi is known for their technology in cars as well as their warranty. I do though feel this car was a little more than I expected it to be as far as price goes. With all the features (many I didn’t list above) it came to around $28,000. Now for that price I would have expected more premium features but then again SUVs do tend to cost more. If you are looking for a family SUV, this car worked for my family of five but it is not one we would consider due to its price and my growing kids. I feel like I could get more packed in from other car brands than what this came with.

Check out the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander to learn more.

Speak Your Mind



  1. That is super awesome that you got to review this car!

  2. Looks like a sharp vehicle! I really like the interior of it!

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