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2007 Mitsubishi Outlander


Product Shot 1 The Pros:Excellent automatic transmission (6-speed, Sportronic). Cargo room (13 cubic feet). Affordable pricing.

The Cons:Engine noise. Rear seat room and comfort.

The newly redesigned Mitsubishi Outlander makes its debut in 2007. The most significant improvements over previous years are improved styling, the upgrade to a 3.0 L V6 engine capable of delivering 220 hp, and a 6-speed Sportronic automatic transmission.

Product Shot 2 The previous generation was a 4-speed, with a 4 cylinder engine delivering 160 hp. Drawing inspiration from Mitsubishi's rally car expertise, the Outlander features AWD, a powerful engine, paddle shifting (XLS only), and MIVEC valve timing. (Read more about the Mitsubishi Pajero, their most successful rally car)

The Outlander is marketed as an XUV; a vehicle bringing the cargo room and off-road capabilities of an SUV, while also maintaining the size, fuel efficiency, and price of a car. The 2007 Outlander is 3 inches longer than its predecessor and includes 13 cubic feet of cargo space. Mitsubishi claims 19/25 mpg fuel efficiency for the AWD models, and 20/26 mpg for the 2WD, and a PZEV efficiency rating, although being listed as SULEV II by the U.S. Department of Energy.

It is available in three trim levels: ES, LS, and the XLS. All trim levels come equipped with front wheel drive, while the LS and XLS also include AWD and 50/50 fixed front to rear power split drive train options. The top of the line XLS model also includes third row seating that folds into a well in the trunk, allowing for up to seven passengers. Also, exclusive to the XLS is the steering-mounted paddle shifter; the ES and LS models both feature the Sportronic manually shifting as well, but located on the floor.

2007 Mitsubishi Outlander trim levels:

MSRP Details
2WD ES $21,370 3.0 L V6, 220 hp, 2WD, 6-speed AT (Sportronic), R16 wheels
2WD LS $22,410 Alloy rims
AWD LS $23,770 AWD
2WD XLS $23,650 2WD, paddle shifting, 3rd row seating, R18 wheels
AWD XLS $25,010 AWD

Key competitors for the Outlander include the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, and the Suzuki Grand Vitara. Available 8 different colors: White, Silver, Gray, Aqua, Blue, Black, Red, and Beige.

User Reviews (12)

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    Excellent automatic transmission (6-speed, Sportronic)

  • 4

    Cargo room (13 cubic feet)

  • 3

    Affordable pricing

  • 1

    Powerful engine (3.0 L, V6, 220 hp)

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    Efficient power (19/25 mpg for a V6)

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    Great technology innovation in the Driver's seat (XLS w/Navi)

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    Low emission vehicle (PZEV or SULEV II)

  • 3

    Engine noise

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    Rear seat room and comfort

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Team: #2007_mitsubishi_outlander It is not economic, if it would i, i prefer 1.4 engine. http://www.gmailsearch.com/gmail-login/ when you use a mail for search vehicles. Jun 29, 16
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Erik: #2007_mitsubishi_outlander The Outlander commercial where the car shakes off the mud, and conjures up images of rally racing really worked on me. Apr 9, 07
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