2010 Mitsubishi Outlander

ES FWD 4-Dr Sport Utility I4

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Just over a year ago, Subaru was a niche automaker known for quirky vehicles that often lacked direct competitors. Led by the Forester for 2009 and then with the Legacy sedan and Outback wagon for 2010, Subaru's product offerings have recently fallen in line with mainstream markets. Sales are still small in comparison to Honda, Toyota, and Nissan, but the company's products have proven to have serious appeal. While the auto industry hemorrhaged sales in 2009, Subaru's volume and market share increased.
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Subaru's recent and rapid ascension to the big leagues has undeniably brought the company success, but it also threatens Subaru loyalists craving something unique. To examine how Subaru has evolved, we collected the compact crossover segment's two farthest outliers, the Mitsubishi Outlander and the Suzuki Grand Vitara, to pit them against the Subaru Outback. We had two questions: Do Mitsubishi and Suzuki have something to learn from Subaru's success? And has the Outback's move toward the mainstream undermined individuality and character?
All of our test vehicles were top-trim models with six-cylinder engines and all-wheel drive, and were equipped with leather, navigation, and keyless ignition. Each had the badge of a low-volume Japanese automaker on the tailgate, yet philosophically, these are three very different crossovers.
Mitsubishi Outlander GT
From the Outlander's aggressive snout, new for 2010, it's clear that Mitsubishi wants to sell the sportiest crossover on the market. The gaping trapezoid grille is virtually identical to that of the rally-bred Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, and the Outlander makes a powerful impression when seen through a rear-view mirror.
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Mitsubishi's unique contribution in this test is a third-row seat. Only Toyota's RAV4 offers seating for seven in a similar-sized package, and a small set of buyers will appreciate the Outlander's versatility. But to most, it's of dubious value. The first annoyance is the six-step process to raise the bench into position that requires a series of tugs, flips, and shoves that you need to relearn every time. Once it's in place, you'll be underwhelmed by the crude construction that shakes and rattles and a space that's only fit for kids who tell their age by holding up the fingers on one hand. Fortunately, the seat folds (with a different but equally cumbersome six-step process) and conceals neatly in a low and flat floor, causing no noticeable compromise to cargo room. Anyone who uses seven seats regularly should be shopping for larger, more accommodating third row.
Our test car was priced at $32,990, placing it in the middle of our comparison. Equipment-wise, the Mitsubishi sacrifices little to the Subaru that's about $2500 more expensive. The cabin reflects the sporting intentions with black and silver finishes. The navigation display is clear and well designed though our chief complaints are that surrounding physical controls aren't the most friendly and few of the dash materials are a bit cheap.
Suzuki Grand Vitara Limited V6 4WD
While it's built using the unibody construction that typically categorizes a crossover, the Grand Vitara has a lot in common with a more traditional SUV. Its boxy shape and general proportions suggest a vehicle that's a downsized truck, rather than a hopped-up wagon. As its mechanicals indicate, it also has some off-road potential. There's a low range, a locking center differential, and hill-descent control.
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At $28,448, the Suzuki Grand Vitara is significantly cheaper than the other two crossovers here. However, it also comes up short on content, without satellite radio, a power driver's seat, or a USB audio input. The navigations system is just a small, portable Garmin unit that's tucked into a flip-up lid on top of the dash. It's an affordable solution, but so is buying a Garmin from your local electronics store, and it can't provide the larger screen and more complete features of an integrated unit.
The current-generation Grand Vitara was released for the 2006 model year and already it feels and looks tired and dated. The simplistic exterior design fails to stand out, and the cabin's style and materials are more suitable for a $17,000 car. The interior execution is clean and well assembled, but the cockpit clearly lags behind the competition. For example, the faux burl wood accent pieces are both unconvincing and out of place in this Suzuki.
Subaru Outback 3.6R Limited
If Mitsubishi is building the sporty crossover and Suzuki has the off-roader, that leaves Subaru to cover the straight and narrow mainstream. Driving the Outback quickly shows how close Subaru has come to replicating what you might expect in a Ford, Honda, or Toyota.
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For this test, we borrowed the Outback 3.6R Limited that's part of our Four Seasons fleet. Priced at $35,541, it's equipped with a moonroof, navigation, satellite radio, and all-weather floormats. Standard equipment includes dual-zone climate control, power and heated front seats, and a nine-speaker Harman/Kardon stereo.
Inside, the seats are wide and generously cushioned. The new Outback rides two inches taller than the outgoing model, but the driving position still feels lower and more car-like than the competitors here. The interior doesn't exude much style, but controls are logically laid out and there's plenty of space in every interior dimension.
On the road
To test our trio of Japanese crossovers, we took to Michigan's rural back roads that offer a demanding mix of turns and broken pavement. The Outback was hampered by a set of Yokohama IceGuard ig20 winter tires, but that's just one factor in its sorry handling performance. When asked to dance, the Subaru's softly sprung suspension simply wants to sit out. The flipside of this setup is the plushest ride of the bunch.
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In contrast, The Outlander performed admirably wearing a set of Continental ContiCrossContact winter tires. Mitsubishi's Super All-Wheel Control apportions torque individually to the front wheels as well as shifting power between front and rear axles. If you crank the wheel far off-center and mash the throttle -- as you might when pulling out from a gas station -- it feels like a relatively unsophisticated system. But in smoothly executed turns at higher speeds, the advantages shine as the Outlander stays composed and planted when the other crossovers have convinced you it's time to back down.
In one 50-mph bend, the Grand Vitara dipped its rear tire into a pothole and the body begins to seesaw from back right corner to front left corner. Body control this loose went out of style at least ten years ago. Granted, over most roads, the Grand Vitara's ride is acceptable.
The Outback's steering further compounds the crossover's handling abilities. The absolute lack of feedback is magnified by a hyper-light effort that makes precise placement of the Subaru difficult. The Grand Vitara's steering doesn't disappoint, but it's hardly exceptional. The Mitsubishi, on the other hand, delivers a steering setup that exceeds our expectations for a crossover. Turn-in is quick, the effort is even, and there's enough communication to point the wheels perfectly every time.
While we've expressed disappointment with the Subaru to this point, the tone changes when talking about powertrains. Subaru's horizontally opposed six-cylinder is smooth and powerful in a way that sets it far apart from the Mitsubishi and Suzuki V-6 engines. The Outback's 256-hp boxer eagerly spins to redline with a controlled, satisfying thrum. Trying to mimic that same move, the Mitsubishi's 3.0-liter produces a discordant babble with relatively pokey acceleration. The Grand Vitara's 3.2-liter engine is rated at the same 230 hp as the Outlander, but is much more agreeable in its effort, even if it's not any quicker. The engine note in the Grand Vitara isn't quite as strained and power delivery is more refined. Fuel economy for the group is tightly clustered as Subaru leads with an 18/25 mpg rating, followed by Mitsubishi at 18/24 mpg and Suzuki at 17/23 mpg.
The Subaru's gearbox is also more pleasant than those in the competition. It swaps through its five forward gears with casual ease and provides prompt downshifts when needed. Suzuki's five-speed automatic is almost as noninvasive, though shifts aren't quite as polished as those in the Outback. Mitsubishi offers one more gear than Suzuki or Subaru, though the benefit goes unnoticed. Instead, Outlander downshifts are occasionally met with a slight lurch. Drivers looking for engagement, though, will enjoy the large, column-mounted, magnesium paddle shifters that are borrowed from the Lancer Evolution.
Pick your poison
While we have our reservations about the Subaru Outback, it's the clear winner here. Yet we could justify each of these cars for a different buyer. The Grand Vitara's charm lies in its old-timey SUV feel with excellent outward visibility and a can-do attitude. However, that also means the Grand Vitara feels less civilized than either the Outlander or the Outback. Considered with the dated interior and modest driving behavior, it can only be recommended to those who insist they need its off-road ability.
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Subaru is the safe choice with hardware and dynamics suited to the comfort-oriented family driver. While the Outback is a bit soft for our likings, it is a practical package for moving four people. The interior is excellent and the engine is without competition in this group. Mitsubishi's Outlander does live up to its sporting intentions with impressive steering and handling that imbue it with an eager-to-play liveliness. However, the coarse, sluggish V-6 and a few interior rattles are distinct drawbacks.
Subaru has proven that it can build a very competitive product, but chasing a mainstream market has compromised the Outback's underground appeal and dulled the driving dynamics. The Outlander and Grand Vitara are understandably on the periphery of the compact crossover segment for a lack of polish in this demanding market. To follow ambitious Subaru, though, Mitsubishi and Suzuki don't need to shed their identities, but address the shortcomings that keep unique vehicles from becoming standouts.
2010 Mitsubishi Outlander 3.0 GT S-AWC

Base price (with destination): $29,990
Price as tested: $32,990
Powertrain
Size: 3.0L SOHC 24-valve V-6
Horsepower: 230 hp @ 6250 rpm
Torque: 215 @ 3750 rpm
Transmission: 6-speed automatic
Drive: 4-wheel
Measurements
L x W x H: 183.7 x 70.9 x 66.1 in
Wheelbase: 105.1 in
Legroom F/R: 41.6/36.8 in
Headroom F/R: 39.8/37.5 in
Cargo capacity
(behind third/second/first row):
14.9/36.2/72.6 cu ft
Curb weight: 3780 lb
EPA rating (city/highway): 18/24 mpg
Wheels/tires 18-inch aluminum wheels
235/50HR-18 Continental ContiCrossContact winter tires
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2010 Subaru Outback 3.6R Limited
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Base price (with destination): $31,690
Price as tested: $35,541
Powertrain
Size: 3.6L DOHC 24-valve flat-6
Horsepower: 256 hp @ 6000 rpm
Torque: 247 @ 4400 rpm
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Drive: 4-wheel
Measurements
L x W x H: 188.2 x 71.7 x 65.7 in
Wheelbase: 107.9 in
Legroom F/R: 43.0/37.8 in
Headroom F/R: 38.7/39.3 in
Cargo capacity
(behind third/second/first row):
34.3/71.3 cu ft
Curb weight: 3658 lb
EPA rating (city/highway): 18/25 mpg
Wheels/tires 17-inch aluminum wheels
225/60RR-17 Yokohama IceGuard ig20 winter tires
2010 Suzuki Grand Vitara Limited V6 4WD
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Base price (with destination): $27,794
Price as tested: $28,448
Powertrain
Size: 3.2L DOHC 24-valve flat-6
Horsepower: 230 hp @ 6200 rpm
Torque: 213 @ 3500 rpm
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Drive: 4-wheel
Measurements
L x W x H: 177.2 x 71.3 x 66.7 in
Wheelbase: 103.9 in
Legroom F/R: 41.3/37.2 in
Headroom F/R: 38.2/38.2 in
Cargo capacity
(behind third/second/first row):
26.6/70.8 cu ft
Curb weight: 3876 lb
EPA rating (city/highway): 17/23 mpg
Wheels/tires 18-inch aluminum wheels
225/60HR-18 Dunlop Grandtrek AT20 all-season tires
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Sometimes it's not a bad thing, if you're an automaker, to have a vehicle in your lineup that's nearly invisible. Since nobody has any preconceived notions about the car, you can try to reposition it. In the case of the slow-selling Outlander, Mitsubishi hopes to stretch its appeal beyond the Honda CR-V/Toyota RAV4 class to mix with crossovers like the Subaru Outback. This is a reach, but what does Mitsubishi have to lose?
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In actuality, although all four trim levels of the Outlander have been face-lifted for 2010, only the top-of-the-line GT is gunning for the Outback. It's armed with a version of the Lancer Evolution's Super-All-Wheel-Control system, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, a 710-watt Rockford Fosgate stereo, HID headlamps, and a sunroof, all as standard equipment. The new FUSE hands-free system, also standard, allows you to stream music from your phone via the in-dash touch screen.
The 3.0-liter V-6 in the GT and the XLS gets a slight bump in power, from 220 to 230 hp, thanks to an increased compression ratio. Acceleration with the standard six-speed automatic is smooth and refined, but the engine feels sluggish when you're climbing a grade. The Outlander has a more controlled highway ride than the Outback, although the Mitsubishi's steering feels a bit numb on center.
With a starting price of $29,990, the Outlander GT doesn't make a strong case for itself against the similarly priced Outback. Then again, the Outlander is better looking and provides a third-row seat - albeit a tiny one - in V-6 models. If that's all it takes to get customers into Mitsubishi showrooms, it's no bad thing.
The Specs:
ON SALE: Now
PRICE: $29,990
ENGINE: 3.0L V-6, 230 hp, 215 lb-ft
DRIVE: 4-wheel
2010 Mitsubishi Outlander
2010 Mitsubishi Outlander
A few years ago, the Outlander stepped into one of the most hotly contested of product segments, the small SUV market. Long dominated by the likes of the Honda CR-V and the Toyota RAV4, the Outlander remains, despite Mitsubishis attempts to improve upon it, in the back of the pack. It offers the same All Wheel Drive, commanding view of the road, and cargo space that consumer look for, while setting itself apart somewhat due to its unique style. To its credit, the current Outlander solves some of the knocks against it by offering more power and sportier handling though the tradeoff for that sporty handling is ride stiff enough to leave many unhappy. Interior space remains an issue, with cramped second seat and nearly unusable third seat dimensions.

There are two engines available for the Outlander. A 2.4 liter four cylinder developing 168 HP and a 3.0 liter V-6 good for 230HP. Continuously Variable Transmission or CVT is standard with the four cylinder engine. The models equipped with the V-6 get a more traditional 6 speed automatic to shift gears for them.
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Mitsubishi's current lineup in the United States is aging -- fast. To curtail a trend of slipping sales, Mitsubishi will go on a product offensive over the next several years, focusing on small cars. However, it may come at the expense of its bread-and-butter 2010 models, which suffer from an uncertain future.
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I know this sounds like the petulant whine of a performance junkie, but why do Mitsubishi's high-performance Lancers (Ralliart/Evo) get supremely advanced, powerful four-cylinders while the Outlander is stuck with this asthmatic 3.0-liter V-6? Step on the gas, and you hear it furiously pumping air, but don't get a commensurate push in the back.
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I'm not sure it's the powertrain that lacks refinement (personally, I thought the six had adequate power and was fairly peppy), but the interior itself sure does. Mitsubishi was kind enough to add some soft, leathery touches here and there, but there are still plenty of hard plastic surfaces throughout the cabin. At least things are built rather solidly-the only persistent rattle I heard over bumps was the odd third-row jumpseat in its folded position.
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Mitsubishi must cringe when non-Evo vehicles hit the press fleet and start racking up reviews. No matter what kind of vehicle the reviewer is driving, there's always a mention of the Evo and how (insert product name here) can't compare to the thrill of hustling an Evo down an empty road. Then it's made the clear the only thing an Evo and the vehicle being reviewed have in common is a cheap interior.
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I drove the Mitsubishi Outlander GT at the launch in Palm Springs, CA last November and was fairly impressed with its on-road prowess. During the product presentation, Mitsubishi repeated more than a couple times that this updated GT version is gunning for SUVs like the Subaru Outback. Having driven both vehicles back-to-back now, I can say with no regrets that the Outlander GT is closer than ever to the Outback, but not quite close enough to persuade buyers to jump ship.
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I'm on board with many of the comments previously mentioned, chiefly that Outlander GT's all-wheel drive is excellent, and the engine is not so excellent. While not slow, the V-6 feels disconcertingly taxed and sounds unreasonably strained when revved high. However, the composure of the Outlander and high speeds and in turns just might outweigh the lack of refinement.
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2010 Mitsubishi Outlander 3.0 GT S-AWD
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Mitsubishi released a few computer-generated images of the upcoming Outlander Sport crossover during its press conference today. The vehicle is named RVR in Japan, but there are numerous reports that Mitsubishi will call its CUV Outlander Sport once it goes on sale in the U.S.

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2010 Mitsubishi Outlander Specifications

Quick Glance:
Engine
2.4L I4Engine
Fuel economy City:
21 MPG
Fuel economy Highway:
27 MPG
Horsepower:
168 hp @ 6000rpm
Torque:
167 ft lb of torque @ 4100rpm
  • Air Conditioning
  • Power Windows
  • Power Locks
  • Power Seats (optional)
  • Steering Wheel Tilt
  • Cruise Control
  • Sunroof (optional)
  • ABS
  • Stabilizer Front
  • Stabilizer RearABS
  • Electronic Traction Control
  • Electronic Stability Control
  • Locking Differential (optional)
  • Limited Slip Differential (optional)
  • Airbag Driver
  • Airbag Passenger
  • Airbag Side Front
  • Airbag Side Rear (optional)
  • Radio
  • CD Player
  • CD Changer (optional)
  • DVD (optional)
  • Navigation (optional)
Vehicle
60,000 miles / 60 months
Powertrain
100,000 miles / 120 months
Corrosion
100,000 miles / 84 months
Roadside
Unlimited miles / 60 months
Recall Date
12-31-1969:21:35:40
Component
STEERING:HYDRAULIC POWER ASSIST:HOSE, PIPING, AND CONNECTIONS
Summary
Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (Mitsubishi) is recalling certain model year 2013 Outlander vehicles equipped with a 6-speed automatic transmission. Additionally, Mitusbishi is recalling certain 2007-2012 Outlander vehicles that received replacement 6-speed automatic transmissions during servicing. The transmissions in these vehicles have insufficient clearance between the power steering pressure tube and the converter housing of the automatic transmission. As a result of the contact, the power steering pressure tube may develop a hole and leak power steering fluid.
Consequences
A power steering fluid leak could result in a loss of steering assistance, increasing the risk of a crash.
Remedy
Mitsubishi will notify owners, and dealers will replace the power steering pressure tube and return tube, free of charge. The recall began in August 2014. Owners may contact Mitsubishi customer service at 1-888-648-7820. Mitsubishi's number for this recall is SR-14-006.
Potential Units Affected
203
Notes
Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc.


Recall Date
12-31-1969:21:35:40
Component
ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:GASOLINE:BELTS AND ASSOCIATED PULLEYS
Summary
Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (Mitsubishi) is recalling certain model year 2008-2011 Lancer, Lancer Evolution, and Outlander; 2009-2011 Lancer Sportback and 2011 Outlander Sport vehicles. The affected vehicles, manufactured with 4B1 engines, have an engine pulley and belt arrangement for turning the alternator, the cooling fan and the power steering pump (if equipped). These pulleys may experience unusual wear and allow for belt detachment.
Consequences
If the drive belt detaches, the battery may discharge, resulting in an engine stall, increasing the risk of a crash.
Remedy
Mitsubishi will notify owners, and dealers will replace the drive belt with a rubber belt. Drive pulleys that are excessively worn will be replaced. These repairs will be performed free of charge. The recall began on October 15, 2014. Owners may contact Mitsubishi customer service at 1-888-648-7820. Mitsubishi's number for this recall is SR-14-009.
Potential Units Affected
165,923
Notes
Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc.


Recall Date
12-31-1969:21:35:50
Component
VISIBILITY:DEFROSTER/DEFOGGER SYSTEM:WINDSHIELD:BLOWER
Summary
Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (Mitsubishi) is recalling certain model year 2009-2011 Lancer vehicles manufactured March 16, 2009, to March 30, 2011, 2010-2011 Lancer Sportback vehicles manufactured June 17, 2009, to December 1, 2010, 2010-2011 Lancer Evolution vehicles manufactured July 14, 2009, to January 7, 2011, 2009-2011 Outlander vehicles manufactured February 10, 2009, to June 22, 2011, and 2011 Outlander Sport vehicles manufactured August 26, 2010, to November 19, 2010. In the affected vehicles, the blower motor may fail.
Consequences
Failure of the blower motor may reduce the performance of the windshield defroster, diminishing the driver's visibility and increasing the risk of a crash.
Remedy
Mitsubishi will notify owners, and dealers will replace a suspect blower motor, free of charge. The recall began on June 15, 2015. Owners may contact Mitsubishi customer service at 1-888-648-7820. Mitsubishi's number for this recall is SR-15-003.
Potential Units Affected
76,958
Notes
Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc.


Recall Date
12-31-1969:21:35:50
Component
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Summary
Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (Mitsubishi) is recalling certain model year 2009-2010 Mitsubishi Lancer vehicles manufactured January 12, 2009, to July 6, 2010, 2009-2010 Outlander vehicles manufactured January 12, 2009, to August 27, 2010, 2010 Lancer Sportback vehicles manufactured June 17, 2009, to June 8, 2010, and 2010 Lancer Evolution vehicles manufactured July 14, 2009, to August 4, 2010. The affected vehicles have an electronic control unit (ECU) that controls the head lights, tail lights, and windshield wipers. Due to a manufacturing error, the voltage inside this ECU may be unstable.
Consequences
Unstable voltage could result in intermittent failure of the vehicle's head lights, tail lights, and windshield wipers. If the headlights and/or windshield wipers fail, the driver could have reduced visibility. If the tail lights fail, the vehicle could be less visible. Either condition increases the risk of a crash.
Remedy
Mitsubishi will notify owners, and dealers will replace the affected ECU, free of charge. The recall began on June 15 ,2015. Owners may contact Mitsubishi customer service at 1-888-648-7820. Mitsubishi's number for this recall is SR-15-002.
Potential Units Affected
53,396
Notes
Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc.


IIHS Roof Strength
Acceptable
NHTSA Rating Overall
N/R
NHTSA Rating Rear Side
5
NHTSA Rating Rollover
4
IIHS Front Moderate Overlap
Good
IIHS Overall Side Crash
Good
IIHS Rear Crash
Acceptable
NHTSA Rating Front Driver
5
NHTSA Rating Front Passenger
5
NHTSA Rating Front Side
5

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