2007 Mitsubishi Raider User Reviews
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- $8,026 - $11,993
- There is nothing about this (my) truck I do not like.....
Great value you for the money, everybody that see's it likes it. The thing that sold me on this truck has far has looks go is the front appearance of it, it doesn't look like all the rest!
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- Very Good Fuel Economy, comfortable, Stylish, fun to drive
- brakes tend ot heat up a little causing some hopping.
the Raider's fuel econlmy was good right off the lot but after adding a Cold Air Intake kit a added 3.5 more miles per gallon on teh highway to her. the raider dosent look like any other truck out there because of the styling so even after having it for almost 2 years she still turns heads. its fun to drive, very responsive and nimble; and i have the V6 i can only imagine whata V8 woudl do....read morehide
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- style, price, drives great, plenty of room.
Gave away my tacoma for this one and could not be more pleased.
Thought about the dakota as well but glad I chose the raider.
If you want a truck with looks, power,and handles great don't look any further. Best truck I have owned, and I have had them all.
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- Modern Styling, Smooth Ride, Great Value, Best Warranty, Smooth Getrag Manual Transmission
This truck is the perfect combination of work truck, and everyday driver.
The V6 has plenty of power and torque to do most work related jobs and towing. The manual transmission is time tested, and well builty with smooth shifts, and short throws. At the same time, the interior is well done, with good quality materials and modern styling. The ride is smooth and comfortable even at freeway speeds with low cabin noise. It handles very well, and is quite maneuverable despite its size.
I looked at the frontier, tacoma, colorado, and ranger, and this truck beat all of them handsdown in terms of price, performance, warranty, and overall value. In fact, this truck would beat most full sized trucks as well, since it rivals them in most areas.
Do yourself a favor and go get one!...read morehide
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- Great price, re-badged Dodge Dakota,built in Michigan,great warranty
- Fuel econmy typical of all pickup trucks, only 2-wheel antilock brakes
With $6000.00 in various rebates for the 2007 Raider this month (Sept. 2007) this is a great buy! The Raider is a re-badged Dodge Dakota,built on the same assembly line in Michigan. A few months ago I sold my 2003 Dodge Dakota to a friend. It was a great truck, with the same basic features as the Raider I just bought. I never had any trouble with the Dakota, as it was 100% reliable;so, I expect the Raider to be the same. With a bumper-to-bumper warranty of 5/60,00, the Raider is better than the 2007 Dakota's 3/36,000 warranty. The 6-speed manual is a nice shifting German made Getrag. The Chrysler 3.7 liter/210 HP engine in the Raider is US made and more than enough power. The interior is very nice,with comfortable cloth bucket seats. The Raider for 2007 still only has the 2-wheel rear anti-lock drum brakes;when will 4-wheel anti-lock Disc brakes,traction and stability control become standard features on all trucks?
Regardless, I highly recommend this USA made Raider truck!...read morehide
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- Lot's of power!! I have the V6 and it's more than the average person needs.
- Gas, gas, gas, but if you buy a truck you know that!!! No different than any other truck.
It's a great buy, I'm very happy with this truck. I've owned F-150(s) Dodge Ram 1500(s), and one chevey blazer. This is by far the best truck I've owned. I also got a great rebate! Right now they're giving up $4,500, so I ended up picking this truck up for about $14,000.00 and some change. Good Stuff!!!...read morehide
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- Goodlooking truck, nice suspension, wide interior, good power, fair price
- No cons.
The experience I got from my Raider is outstanding. The appearance is fantastic, roomy interior, good suspension, smooth power, fair price and reliable truck. It has been a good 7 months since I bought it with about 13,400 miles driven. I could say it is a fun truck to drive and comfortable to ride in....read morehide
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- Great looking truck! More comments on my 2007 Raider than I ever had on my 2004 Toyota 4-Runner.
A lot of truck for the money. The Electric Blue color I chose looks Great! Roomy interior makes me feel like I'm still in a full-size truck, except it doesn't have the factory installed (gas gussling) drinking problem that my full-size truck had.
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- Good body style, nice riding comfort, right size, warranty, price, MPG, power
The Raider has very good features than other competitors that I chose to purchase it. The right size pickup for me, the reliable Mitsubishi brand name and its long warranty makes it an ideal truck to own. There must be 90 very good reasons to buy one and it started since 1917 or 90 years ago of experience in vehicle manufacturing....read morehide
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