Mitsubishi Outlander still a solid crossover option

2015 Outlander Sport SE

There are plenty of good options in the compact crossover space, but the Mitsubishi Outlander remains a solid option. Not too much has changed for 2015 but overall this offers good value for the price.

Fist off, the styling is very appealing with an attractive front end. The interior is also clean and functional. Basically the designers aren’t trying to win awards here. Instead they’ve created a sporty package that most consumers can appreciate.

The handling is fine, though it doesn’t have much power. If you really want performance you’ll have to look elsewhere are probably consider options outside the compact crossover segment. But this vehicle looks nice and is very practical with decent gas mileage, so it’s an option worth checking out.


Top 7 New Car Models for 2012

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Buying a new car is still one of life’s most exciting moments, and with 2012 just around the corner, the new models are starting to hit the show floors right now. Everyone has an idea about what makes the perfect car, but no matter which model you choose, 2012 cars are the first to have to comply with the stricter gas usage requirements (an average of 33.3 mpg) set by the National Highway Safety Administration.

Here are seven 2012 models from traditional car manufacturers that are anything but traditional.

Volkswagen Golf R:
Good gas mileage and Volkswagen have always gone hand in hand. The Golf R model promises to continue that tradition, plus include all-wheel drive and a six-speed transmission.

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2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Review

Our staff member reviews the 2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution inside and out!

There are factory tuned cars and there are truly tuned factory cars and the latter is where the 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution SE stands. As long as you know what you’re getting into with the Lancer Evo, the fun starts when you get behind the wheel.

Many eyes have checked out the 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution SE on their TV screen but in person is where everything really comes together. Our graphite gray test model came with an impressive exterior boasting fog lights, flared fenders, an aluminum roof panel, flashy aluminum front fenders with vents and an aluminum hood with heat extractor vents. These features combined make for a standout look on the Lancer Evo. The 18-inch alloy wheels with 245/40 R18 Yokohama advance tires and rear lip spoiler sent a clear message that the Evo is not just about looks but built for performance. The larger side air dams, tail lamps with black extensions and a 200 mm antenna were all updated for this model. The boxed fenders stand out on the road and reinforce the street wise Special Edition Lancer Evo. The dual chromed exhaust is for performance rather than aesthetics. Mitsubishi knows how to finish what they started with a tuned street ride.

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2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution SE Gallery

The weather is sweet and driving a test model 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo SE makes it all that much better. This factory tuned ride has turbo power that really takes off when you press the pedal. The Lancer Evo SE isn’t your normal sedan as this car was built for speed and we can confirm it’s the real deal. Look for a full review on in the coming weeks.

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