The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport gives you what you pay for. It is cheap and boring, but recent updates give it some helpful cosmetic appeal. Of the crossovers it competes with, it is the least desirable. It is inexpensive and will last a long time, a very good warranty contributing to its longevity, but the inside is cheaply done and you not have the luxury you would get with a competitor, nor is it very enjoyable to drive.
- The newest outlander is dull and boring, but like most of their line, incredibly cheap
- The interior feels cheap and drives cheaply, since it isn’t a performance vehicle in anyway
- On the good side, it will last, but unlike its competitors, you won’t get the same joy in driving like you would get from a Honda or Nissan crossover SUV
“Its driving dynamics are dull, its interior quality is shameful, and it offers no semblance of modernity.”