2008 Mitsubishi Outlander Diesel Manual Sport utility vehicle by Michael • 11th July 2019
Had a 2008 Mitsubishi Outlander Elegance for near 5 years. Fantastic car which made me purchase the newer model, though I believe the older model was better finished.
Can't go wrong with these cars. Only downside of the older model is the rear seats in the boot are a bench type, not a full seat, so they were fine for when the kids were younger. Newer model has full size seats.
2010 Mitsubishi Outlander Diesel Manual Sport utility vehicle by Richard • 22nd December 2018
Owned my Outlander for 8 years - longest time I have ever had a car. It does everything required for both work and for the family and with having 7 seats never stuck when taking grandparents with us. They are a strong car and very comfortable to drive.
2010 Mitsubishi Colt Petrol Manual Hatchback by Marky • 31st October 2017
Fantastic underated car for the money, having owned a 1.3 CZ2 with its chain driven engine, reliability was excellent,the rear wheel bearings being the only weak point in the Colt range. Moving onto the 1.5 Turbo petrol Ralliart version and it is an absolute hoot to drive, the noise of the turbo spooling up makes the commute to work a far more enjoyable experience than in any other car. Surprises more than enough German saloons at the lights, largely due to it barely weighing over a ton (0-60 in 7.4 seconds). Reliability, again is on par, timing belt requires changing at around 50k miles. Economy averages around 30-40mpg pending how you drive. Not as refined as the new fiesta ST or polo GTi, few rattles from the interior etc. Seats lovely and supportive, everything works as it should, no frills, a hark back to the old 106 GTi days. Very few left on the roads becoming quite the collectors car.
2009 Mitsubishi Outlander Diesel Manual 4x4 by CMG • 15th January 2012
Bought the outlander new pre-reg in dec-09,had an A4 before, it doesn't have the kerb appeal of the A4 but it can go places the A4 can't (especially in the snow) The driving experience is ok, handling isn't bad for a car of this size, but the 2 litre 140ps diesel engine is a bit sluggish, although we are getting 43 mpg on avg which isn't bad for a 4x4. A handy feature is the 4 wheel drive selection knob,which allows you to switch between 2wd,4wd & 4wdlock with a simple twist of the selection knob. All in all not a bad 4x4 for the money and very good in the snow...