I only had a very quick look at the new 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander but with the short time I had, I realized what this vehicle is. A no frills 3 row SUV with a proven powertrain, the latest connectivity, and a great warranty making this a very easy vehicle to own.

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    • Nishant Desai
      Nishant Desai

      Thanks for the video! How is the ride quality on bad roads and potholes?

      about 4 days ago
    • L D
      L D

      which one to buy outlander 2019 es touring 34 k or highlander le 39k... i need your preference im confused which is better for most reliable and the best to have i dont wanna regret it in long run????pls reply i would like to trade in my X4 2017 very soon need 7 seater...

      about 9 days ago
    • Eric Valenz
      Eric Valenz

      How's the ride and cabin noise compared to your highlander and the new rav4 you just reviewed?

      about 23 days ago
    • Everyday Reviews
      Everyday Reviews In reply to Eric Valenz

      Not quite as quiet as my Highlander or the RAV4 but this also had winter tires so that made it a little more noisy.

      about 23 days ago
    • Diego Montoya
      Diego Montoya

      This vehicle was designed to compete with the best that Toyota, Ford and General Motors has to offer (in 2004).

      about 23 days ago
    • matrix0683
      matrix0683

      Who buys Mitsubishi?

      about 24 days ago
    • Gerard Ferry
      Gerard Ferry In reply to matrix0683

      I own a mitsubishi Outlander 2016 Super All Wheel Control and as of now I dont have any problem with Japanese 10 yr warranty, it seems no brainer if I will not like this SUV.

      about 23 days ago
    • Everyday Reviews
      Everyday Reviews In reply to matrix0683

      Surprisingly Mitsubishi are selling a lot of cars right now. The outlander pH EV is selling very very well

      about 24 days ago
    • J High
      J High

      I'm not sure how Brian classifies this top trim level interior as well appointed with so many blank button switches on the dash and steering wheel.🤔🤔

      about 24 days ago
    • pasta1298
      pasta1298 In reply to J High

      Some of those are used in the hybrid version I believe. That said, I hate button blanks!

      about 24 days ago
    • Eric Hampton
      Eric Hampton

      I brought a brand new 2000 Mitsubishi Moterro over a 4 Runner! DUMB! If I had chosen that Toyota I would still have it today; never buying a Mitsubishi ever again.

      about 24 days ago
    • Jack B
      Jack B In reply to Eric Hampton

      +Eric Hampton And which shithole country are you from? For your information, mitsubishi built legendary montero (pajero), the truck that won 12 straight dakar rally. And i still see plenty of older montero/montero sports running around all over where i live. You are a full of shit

      about 1 day ago
    • Eric Hampton
      Eric Hampton In reply to Eric Hampton

      +Gerard Ferry well, over here in my country we quickly learn what is trash and what is not. And we have learned the Mitsubishi is at the bottom since 2002. Sorry, Chief!

      about 23 days ago
    • Gerard Ferry
      Gerard Ferry In reply to Eric Hampton

      In our country Mitsubishi Montero is one of the best !!!

      about 23 days ago
    • Gerard Ferry
      Gerard Ferry In reply to Eric Hampton

      It seems you didn't own one, because its not Moterro its Montero!!!

      about 23 days ago
    • Nai-son `
      Nai-son `

      Something is wrong at Nissan. Its sad

      about 24 days ago
    • whatthehell1338
      whatthehell1338

      I don't see Mitsubishi staying in the N.America market for much longer.

      about 24 days ago
    • whatthehell1338
      whatthehell1338 In reply to whatthehell1338

      Matt curry Well all I said was I don't see them staying here any longer. How is that a bs statement? It's my opinion that I did back up with facts as to why they could be leaving at some point. I didn't say they definitely where going to leave. You on the other hand have not given any reason they will stay other than a paltry %10 growth.

      about 1 hour ago
    • Matt curry
      Matt curry In reply to whatthehell1338

      +whatthehell1338 No one is getting upset and you are welcome to your opinion. But if you are going to write BS statements then you should be prepared to back them up. (this is in reply to the previously unedited version of your last post)

      about 2 hours ago
    • whatthehell1338
      whatthehell1338 In reply to whatthehell1338

      Matt curry I think I've made a decent argument supporting my opinion on the possibility of Mitsubishi leaving. Nothing I said was out of date or hollow but actual issues Mitsubishi has to deal with. I want them to succeed i just hope they can turn it around.

      about 7 hours ago
    • Matt curry
      Matt curry In reply to whatthehell1338

      +whatthehell1338Again just hollow comments based on old information and nothing to support your assertion that Mitsubishi is leaving N America.

      about 14 hours ago
    • whatthehell1338
      whatthehell1338 In reply to whatthehell1338

      Matt curry Well I don't see how 150,000 cars a year with sustain them. You keep spouting the 10% growth figure. So that's what 13,000 more cars than last year? How is that kind of miniscule growth going on sustain them long term? That's also assuming they will continue growing at that rate or even at all. Like I said a company that has only three car models in their line up. A small dealership network coupled with spotty reliability and reviews. Not to mention their reliance on giving loans to people that would otherwise not qualify any where else just to be able to sell cars. I have to say it doesn't look good. Don't get me wrong I would like to see them succeed. They just have a lot of work ahead of them to be competitive.

      about 21 hour ago