2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport User Reviews
SE 2WD shown
- $19,170 - $24,895
- No trim specified for this review
- Good Looking, Compact, Powerful, Great Warranty, Hill Start Control
- Wheel, Small Trunk, Hill Start Control, Gas Gage
Purchased As New
I have a 2011 Outlander Sport. This car looks great & has a nice red color. This car is very compact and easy to park & has enough power for normal driving.
This car does not accelerate well when you start & run the car in cold mornings even in the summer. The dealer said they could not find the problem. The Right Front Tire wears out very quickly, twice faster than others. The dealer said that the right front tire is the one turns first when the car starts running. The hill start control system slows me down the hill starts even hills in SF. The hill start control system is not necessary for manual sift lovers but it helps not backing up the car for non-manual shift lovers. Wheel alignments get bad soon so the car owners should have alignments done often. The trunk is small and cannot carry many staffs. Gas Gage is not accurate at all. The Steeling is slippery. No lights & speakers in the back. I hope there are more storages around the driver seat.
My son & I love my 2011 Red Mitsubishi Outlander Sports even thought there are many Cons.
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