Low Severity Level
Problems marked low typically are not a safety issue, and more of a minor defect or annoyance.
Medium Severity Level
Problems marked medium may be a potential mechanical and safety issue.
High Severity Level
Problems marked high are potential mechanical and safety issues.
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Yes, by the dealer
The transmission failed just after the 3 year warranty expired. I had an extended warranty but they would not pick the car up and left me mid highway in California. Service has been terrible and I have had no results after 1 month of waiting for the repair. Would not …
Review submitted by:Gabriel M
Pros:Design, interior space
Cons:Bad quality, bad customer service.
Second row seat belt harness will poke your butt, and no seat belts warning, poor ergonomics layout, under powered L4, poor on comfort features, very basic and outdated featured, under the hood the material is cheap, cannot see the windows buttons at night ( not lit), door locks don't lock …
Review submitted by:Meadow Y
OK. This is my second Mitsubishi. My first was a Montero when they used to be real trucks. Early 90s. The best. Bought this one after studying price / value / performance and test driving for my son (his first new car / first lease.). Ultimately, we both love the …
Review submitted by:Derek M
Pros:Good value. Great mileage. Nice AWD controls.
Cons:Terrible, flawed factory paint application.
I owned and loved my 2007 Outlander. My favorite feature was the split tailgate assembly. As an older woman it was convenient for loading and unloading and easier to lift. I will never know why Mitsubishi discontinued it. I usually study Consumer Reports before buying a car but didn't because …
Review submitted by:Christy H
Cons:Don't waste your money.
This vehicle has been extremely disappointing thus far. It drives very smooth and quiet and handles corners with ease. The gas mileage is good - right up there with Honda! The price was also lower than many similar models. Unfortunately, that's where the joy ends. The more I drive it …