I am a taller person who was looking for a fuel economic car that I did not have to crouch into. This little SUV is perfect for me 6'0 woman, and I can fill up the 13 gallon tank once every two weeks. My pets love that the seats fold down, and I can fit a large crate in there no problem.
Better than expected
2015 Mitsubishi Outlander SportBrett Homan - St. John, IN12/21/2015
Overall great performance, I expected a bit more of a clunky drive kind of like how the eclipse drives, but nothing I imagined, the car drives amazingly, even on the expressway, you can barely feel the road beneath you, nor can you hear the sound of yourself driving the expressway. Overall, would recommend, at least test drive it.
Doesn't have a lot of "get up and go" when trying to merge in to traffic on the highway but drives well otherwise--at least it gets gas mileage. Biggest issue is lack of space--cargo space isn't enough for our active family and there's not enough passenger room for those sitting in the back. I can see how this would be a great fit for someone with a smaller family that doesn't need a ton of cargo room but I wish I'd taken it back within the 5 day "try out" period.
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