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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    • Nathan Lester
      Nathan Lester

      🤔 Is this a new 3.0 or is it the same 3.0 Mitsubishi always had in the past

      about 7 days ago
    • XtremeGamer YT
      XtremeGamer YT

      There’s no lane keeping assist, I think you meant lane change assist

      about 1 month ago
    • solache281
      solache281

      Background music is annoying

      about 1 month ago
    • Sheikh
      Sheikh

      Don't buy this vehicle, especially the 4cylinder. It uses a Jatco transmission (same as all disastrous nissans) that goes bad. I learned the hard way. Also don't expect much from the dealerships, they are a second grade manufacturer.

      about 3 months ago
    • Gregory Nofsker
      Gregory Nofsker In reply to Sheikh

      So take a look at either the GT
      w/ V6 & 6 speed transmission
      (I have this one) or the PHEV which doesn't have a CVT....
      (1 speed electric motors).

      about 14 days ago
    • Sheikh
      Sheikh In reply to Sheikh

      @palebeachbum I just read about it, thankfully its only the hatchback that's being recalled due to the issue. Oh man would I have been mad Lol

      about 3 months ago
    • Sheikh
      Sheikh In reply to Sheikh

      @palebeachbum Yeah it all comes down to the dealership. Mitsubishi is struggling in North America, but they seem to be selling more recently. Sucks for me, I got the one with the first actual gear cvt. What kind of issues are you hearing about? It's good to know, just in case so I could get anything unusual fixed under warranty.

      about 3 months ago
    • palebeachbum
      palebeachbum In reply to Sheikh

      @Sheikh what an ordeal. Mitsubishi dealer network is very small in the US as well. Luckily, I live in a city with 2 Mitsubishi dealerships. I'm not sure if they'll survive tho. They are small dealerships. One is still trying to unload a couple new 2017 Outlander Sports. Of course that's BS they charged a diagnosis fee for covered warranty work. I'm glad they honored the $3k warranty repair tho. On my last (3rd) visit to Hyundai to have my Elantra's 3 issues addressed, not only did they not fix anything, but the service manager's reasoning was "It's a lower end car, so it's going to be made cheaper." I laughed in disgust. I don't care what new car I buy, no matter the price, should run properly and be devoid of unusual noises! It's 6mos old with just barely 6k miles. The excuses I've been given have been insulting. There are clearly problems with the car. I'm not an idiot. As for your new 2020 Corolla, I hope it proves to be very dependable. I hope it doesn't have Toyota's new CVT with a fixed 1st gear tho. Those are already being recalled for problems.

      about 3 months ago
    • Sheikh
      Sheikh In reply to Sheikh

      @palebeachbum You're right, but I even contacted Mitsubishi Canada and you won't believe what they told me. They said that the service manager was wrong and should have never taken the diag fee, but they also told me they couldn't do anything and the service manager was in charge. When I contacted the service manager for the fifth time, he told me that $134 for diag fee isn't too bad since they covered $3000 worth of repairs, even though legally he couldn't (it was a valve body in the tranny). That was what really got to me, and I sold it right after it was fixed. It wasn't worth it for me reporting it to the ministry of consumer services. They also have a really poor dealership network here in Canada. I just bought a 2020 Corolla SE now, hopefully it will be as good/reliable as my 2005 Camry.

      about 3 months ago
    • Jim Maccari
      Jim Maccari

      A very straight-forward honest review from a owner of two-Thanks!

      about 3 months ago
    • HA R
      HA R

      I have a 2005 one, 180k miles

      about 4 months ago
    • Sachidananda Padhi
      Sachidananda Padhi

      Forward Collision Warning system does not warn based on relative seepd, it only gives if the front car is stand still. in real world we need for a slow moving front car while you are approaching in high speed. a little Garmin GPS "Garmin 010-N1682-02 Drive Assist 51 NA LMT-S" does a better job. I finally bought this GPS for warning. My old Subaru FMC was far far better.

      about 5 months ago
    • pasta1298
      pasta1298 In reply to Sachidananda Padhi

      My 2016 Outlander definitely gives forward collision warnings if the car in front suddenly brakes. They absolutely do not need to be at a stop.

      about 3 months ago
    • Khám phá Việt Nam
      Khám phá Việt Nam

      Con này màu đỏ hay màu trắng đẹp hơn nhỉ

      about 5 months ago
    • Bass Chaser
      Bass Chaser

      Lol... This is like putting on lipstick on a pig. The car has been virtually the same since 2011

      about 5 months ago
    • pasta1298
      pasta1298 In reply to Bass Chaser

      2011 was a completely different body style (with that neat fold down tailgate). This body style has been around since 2014.

      about 3 months ago
    • palebeachbum
      palebeachbum In reply to Bass Chaser

      If it were a poorly built, unreliable, uncomfortable vehicle, I'd agree. But it's the opposite. Not only have they made cosmetic changes since 2011, but mechanic changes as well. Tweaks mostly, rather than major overhauls. That's how you build good cars. When manufacturers constantly screw around with major changes, they never truly work out all the kinks. These Outlanders are pretty solid vehicles for the long haul.

      about 3 months ago
    • Mitsu Lancer
      Mitsu Lancer In reply to Bass Chaser

      Thats not true... front grille change every year , a bit but has something diferent

      about 5 months ago
    • Pilot Nishant Desai
      Pilot Nishant Desai

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

      about 6 months ago
    • Pilot Nishant Desai
      Pilot Nishant Desai In reply to Pilot Nishant Desai

      pasta1298 thanks so much for sharing your experience:) I currently have a 2017 Mazda3 but the ride quality on pothole is bad:)

      about 3 months ago
    • pasta1298
      pasta1298 In reply to Pilot Nishant Desai

      I have a 2016. I love it but will admit that the ride quality is probably my biggest complaint. Larger potholes can be very harsh. I recently drove a Kia Sorento on a work trip and it seemed much better dampered. I'd still buy another mitsubishi in a heartbeat but the ride quality over rough roads is not its strongest attribute.

      about 3 months 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 6 months ago
    • eduardo sampoia
      eduardo sampoia In reply to L D

      @L D Did you try both vehicles? I'm in the same boat. I also live in Sherwood park AB.

      about 2 days ago
    • J. Kim
      J. Kim In reply to L D

      Outlander #1

      about 2 months ago
    • L D
      L D In reply to L D

      @Mitsu Lancer i ended up sign to highlander i got rip

      about 4 months ago
    • Mitsu Lancer
      Mitsu Lancer In reply to L D

      @L D outlander, just check whos has better warranty, mitsu has better warranty

      about 5 months ago
    • L D
      L D In reply to L D

      @Mitsu Lancer sherwood Ab, that doesnt answer my question what should i buy oulander or highlander for more longevity used

      about 5 months ago
    • Eric Valenz
      Eric Valenz

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

      about 6 months ago
    • Jim Maccari
      Jim Maccari In reply to Eric Valenz

      @roadwarrior280 but the 4cyl has CVT droning :)

      about 3 months ago
    • roadwarrior280
      roadwarrior280 In reply to Eric Valenz

      The 4 cyl engine is quieter

      about 5 months 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 6 months 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 6 months ago
    • Diego Montoya
      Diego Montoya In reply to Diego Montoya

      @mushroomcloud1 I think my joke was lost upon you, do you need an explanation?

      about 5 months ago
    • mushroomcloud1
      mushroomcloud1 In reply to Diego Montoya

      You do realize that it is not the same outlander it was in 2004 any more than your corolla is the same.
      You don't seem too bright...California resident?

      about 5 months ago
    • matrix0683
      matrix0683

      Who buys Mitsubishi?

      about 6 months ago
    • Trades46
      Trades46 In reply to matrix0683

      2018 Outlander PHEV owner in Ontario. Name me another AWD SUV with a plug for <$60k CAD.

      about 24 days ago
    • Chris The Tech Guy
      Chris The Tech Guy In reply to matrix0683

      I got a 2018 Mirage G4 I love it.

      about 29 days ago
    • Waleed Zanbagi
      Waleed Zanbagi In reply to matrix0683

      I bought two cars.. 2019 Mirage Hatch and 2016 V6 Montero Sports

      about 1 month ago
    • Ram Mohan
      Ram Mohan In reply to matrix0683

      me

      about 2 months ago
    • pasta1298
      pasta1298 In reply to matrix0683

      Me. 😁

      about 3 months 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 6 months ago
    • XtremeGamer YT
      XtremeGamer YT In reply to J High

      Ray A Well I’m in Australia, there’s no SE’s, LE, SEL or GT’s, There’s only ES, Black Edition, LS And Exceed, I’m going to get the Exceed, (it’s the GT) trimmed premium package with custom additional accessories. My friend is going to get the ES and he just wanted to know some stuff but I couldn’t find out if it did come with heated steering. It’s gonna cost me just over 50K for my outlander

      about 3 months ago
    • Ray A
      Ray A In reply to J High

      @XtremeGamer YT not sure but it's possible..just go with the SEL or GT it is worth it

      about 3 months ago
    • XtremeGamer YT
      XtremeGamer YT In reply to J High

      Ray A Does the heated steering wheel come with the ES?

      about 3 months ago
    • XtremeGamer YT
      XtremeGamer YT In reply to J High

      Ray A he’s actually using the GT

      about 3 months ago
    • Ray A
      Ray A In reply to J High

      He is using the base model. I own the GT Outlander and a lot of those blanks are filled with power folding mirrors, lane departure, tow package button, heated steering, and a lot more. I don't like when some of these review video only review base model instead of what else is available. This vehicle is really worth it. I got my money worth and I highly recommend this vehicle and Mitsubishi to anyone. It runs great and handles awsome through the different terrain I took it through

      about 5 months 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 6 months 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 6 months 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 6 months ago
    • Gerard Ferry
      Gerard Ferry In reply to Eric Hampton

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

      about 6 months ago
    • Gerard Ferry
      Gerard Ferry In reply to Eric Hampton

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

      about 6 months ago
    • whatthehell1338
      whatthehell1338

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

      about 6 months ago
    • Gerard Ferry
      Gerard Ferry In reply to whatthehell1338

      @whatthehell1338 just go to cars.com for mitsubishi outlander review!!!

      about 2 months ago
    • Tresha Clark
      Tresha Clark In reply to whatthehell1338

      @Eric Valenz my new 3018 nissan rogue shut down while driving 3 weeks after purchase. It still does. Did it twice last week. Got letter from nissan about some vehicles having sensor issues

      about 3 months ago
    • palebeachbum
      palebeachbum In reply to whatthehell1338

      @Eric Valenz Thank you for pointing this out! So many people are unaware.

      about 3 months ago
    • palebeachbum
      palebeachbum In reply to whatthehell1338

      @whatthehell1338 I encourage anyone to do their own research and look at consumer review scores on Edmunds.com. People seem quite pleased. I was happy with mine. My Mom is very happy with hers.

      about 3 months ago
    • palebeachbum
      palebeachbum In reply to whatthehell1338

      ​@pasta1298 I'm right there with you. When I price out a fully loaded Outlander Sport for $26k, and see Toyota Charges over $30k for the same in a RAV4, I think people must be out of their mind. If these Mitsubishis were really badly built or unreliable money pits, then I could understand paying more for a RAV4 or CRV, but they're actually quite good vehicles, albeit dated designs.

      about 3 months ago