Mitsubishi car reviews Mitsubishi Outlander reviews

  • NEW PRICE: £20,779 - £45,554
  • USED PRICE: From £5,225

The Outlander is Mitsubishi's answer to mid-sized SUVs such as the Land Rover Freelander, Nissan X-Trail and Toyota RAV4, and builds on the company's long experience of 4x4s. The current model was introduced in 2013 with a plug-in hybrid version appearing a year later.

Latest model: Mitsubishi Outlander (2013-) and Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (2014-)

Pros and cons

  • Pro: Off-road ability, roomy, well equipped, PHEV is efficient for an SUV
  • Con: No fuel-saving two-wheel drive option, limited visibility, a little unrefined

New Mitsubishi Outlander reviews

The third-generation Outlander arrived in 2013, and offers a number of improvements over its predecessor. But while it's lighter and more stylish than before, does the current model have what it takes to compete not just with established rivals but also with strong new SUVs from Hyundai and Kia? For more information, take a look at our full review.

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1 New Mitsubishi Outlander review available

  • Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (2014-)

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    New price: £33,304 - £45,554

    This plug-in hybrid version of the Outlander boasts some triple-figure fuel economy stats. Find out what we think of the car, and its bold claims.
  • Mitsubishi Outlander (2013-)

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    New price: £23,974 - £40,054

    The new 2013 Mitsubishi Outlander offers more space and greater efficiency. But can it compete with Korean 4x4s?
  • Mitsubishi Outlander (2007-2013)

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    New price: £20,779 - £31,299

    Mitsubishi's Outlander 'soft-roader' - a family-friendly 4x4 with seven seats.

Used Mitsubishi Outlander reviews

As a used car, the Mitsubishi Outlander is quite a good choice, although slow depreciation will limit the number of low-priced examples on offer. It's well-equipped, fairly cheap to run and has reasonable reliability. The last-generation Outlander, sold until 2013, was also available in rebadged form as the Peugeot 4007 and Citroën C-Crosser, and these cars may be worth a look too.

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1 Used Mitsubishi Outlander review available

Mitsubishi Outlander reviews