Great car at a great price
We are a family of four and this car is great, comfortably fits two car seats at the back however it's too tight for a 3rd adult in the middle. You would have to buy more slim line baby car seats. I like that it is a 7 seater. Lot's of room.
Purchased in July 2019.
Great value for money
Replaced our 2014 with a 2018 ls 7 seater. Great price for a 7 seater. Has all you need. Hasnt let us down its a great family car. For day to day or roadtrips it does it all
Purchased in March 2018 for $31,000.00.
OUTLANDER OUT PROFORMS ITSELF
Bought this car over a year ago and it has been great unlike my 2 previous Holden's that were useless. The car is comfortable, suits larger people, easy to drive and most of the "bells and whistles for a really reasonably priced car ($27000 demo 500km on the clock from Rockingham). I wish the phone connection worked better with android as it doesn't seem to like Samsung Phones and can be difficult to connect and stay connected but does work well with Apple phones. I think the sales people could be more professional and more helpful considering the amount you are spending I have had better service in MacDonald's buying a burger. However usually the service people are good to deal with and helpful. Overall I would recommend this as a great reliable family car easy to park and go on long drives or fill up with the weekly shop. It has also proven to be very economical compared to my Barina and Colorado.
Purchased in February 2018 at Rockingham Mitsubishi for $27,000.00.
Awesome - a step ahead of the rest
140k's a day mixed freeway and city driving and weekenders. Great all round car, smooth on freeways at high speeds, responsive from a red light and fuel efficient. Services only ever 15,000k's ( unlike others ) and still same price, value ! We've always had pajero's tritons lancers 380's Vrx / pajero sport also and never skipped a beat at all, but have lasted with high k's. Tried BMW and VW but was hopeless the x3 was a beautiful car but died at 96,000k's. Just love this outlander fits our two large dogs in easy, and is our cheap commuter car but has everything you need. Extremely safe to which is ahead of majority in competition.
Purchased in June 2019 for $22,990.00.
Owned the 2017 zk outlander for almost 12 months and pretty much don't have a bad work to say about it. A easy pick when choosing a new car over Nissan and Subaru.
Purchased in August 2018.
Not crazy about this car
Chose this car because of country travel and 3 rows of seats. Lots of extras with top of the range model including seat warmers etc but it feels cheap. Power is lacking on acceleration and not great for city driving. Will not get another Mitsubishi when my novated lease expires in a year.
Has anyone gone for engine overhaul? If yes, how much has you spend on the overhaul? Was it with Mitsubishi or just a non-M mechanic? If non-M, can you recommend?
Purchased in September 2012.
Great Car - Very Versatile, Roomy, Reliable.
I've had the MY09 Outlander since new and it's been serviced regularly per logbook and any recalls. Currently heading for 200,000 kms and not showing her age at all. Comfortable to drive, no issue with oil or fuel consumption, roomy and my fave thing is the drop-down tailgate - so wish that was available in cars now. AWD works well for extra grip when needed. Very handy to load gear in or pull up to the beach an hop in the back to enjoy the view on a chilly day. Downsides have been the fold down seats taking up space (otherwise could sleep in back) and the second row seats are a little hard for a longer drive. Overall, it's a great car for what it is and has suited my purposes. Its value now is low so will keep running it to see how many kms I can get out of it.
Purchased in December 2010.
160,000 Kms , 9 YEARS and only minor faults
This is a long term review of the ZH 2010 (2009 built) 2.4 litre 4wd cvt auto base model
Dealer Serviced per logbook
1 Leaking rear shock absorber (oil leak) was replaced under warranty at 3 years. Both rear shock absorbers replaced (1 had oil leak) at 7 years and 130,000 kms.
Front brake pads replaced at 120,000 kms
ABS module failed at 8 years and i had refurbished for about $600 and removed/reinstalled myself.
Cant complain as this vehicle has really done a lot of trailer towing up mountains at a full car and trailer load limit. It's earned it's keep
Handles well and a very safe and forgiving car to drive. Reasonable on fuel. Air con is excellent. Nice Dash display, Sound system pretty good for a base model. Mitsubishi tend to have very good engineering and design and it shows.
A very noisy interior from road noise and easily marked and cheap interior plastics my only complaints really.
Will keep this vehicle until it dies or needs major repairs.
Purchased in March 2010 for $32,000.00.
dtc code u011b vlc can timeout
my outlander 2014 model. the code dtc show ( U011B - VLC CAN TIMOUT ) what can do. when show this code the car is run to slow and show engine check light
Purchased in December 2014.
CVT Fails and its Expensive to fix
I bought a 2012/13 model outlander and after clocking 50,000 kilometres the cvt fail. I rang up suppliers and found out that too many outlanders in the wrecking yard mostly with failed CVT. A rebuild CVT cost 5,500 AUD and may last for another 5 years if you are lucky. No wonder why Mitsubishi is cheap, coz you will be spending a fortune once cvt fails.
Terrible customer service, very hard to talk to a person
I am writing this in the hope that a real person will call me about a serious Dealership complaint. The Electric component of my Phev is only good for 40 KMS . It should do 300 and they say nothing is wrong with it. If that's true I will go to the department of Fair Trading as they car has false advertising.
Purchased in June 2017.
Best outlander model they have ever released.
I’ve purchased the outlander LS MY19 a couple of weeks ago. An amazing car with all the modern features you can think of.
Lane departure warning, autonomous emergency braking are the best safety features I enjoy. Front (I’ve added this for $399) and revers parking sensors and revers camera are fantastic.
Comfortability is at its best, headed partial leather seats, dual zone climate control, 7
Seats, cup holders, auto wipers, auto head lights, heated mirrors are some of the features.
Purchased in February 2019 for $30,250.00.
The best car we've had!
Woah! This car is amazing! Super comfortable seats, 7 seats which fold into the floor so you have ample space in the back! The air-conditioner is amazing! Super cold in summer! Runs like a dream, reversing camera makes things easy and the charging ports in the back are convenient for passengers!
DON’T DO IT
6 months ago I purchased a brand new Mitsubishi Outlander LS model. I was drawn to the fact that it had pretty much all I wanted and needed in a car for just over $30,000.
This car is a gutless fuel guzzler, I’ve had electrical problem after electrical problem, won’t lock, won’t unlock, won’t start, reverseing camera won’t work, the interior quality is absolutely terrible and the seats are uncomfortable.
Great value for money. Boot is the best!
This is great value for money car. Part of reason I bought it was the decent boot size. So many other cars in this category have small boots which would not fit a pram, scooters , beach gear, groceries and more in it. I also love that you can see the front of the car from the driver seat- so many cars have average vision. I love my outlander- it does the right thing by me!
Great all round car
Great all round car. I had the base model which felt just as luxurious as the higher models (I just added leather seats). My only complaint is that the Bluetooth microphone was awful- people couldn’t hear me well, and the size of the mirrors hitting the wind seem to make it a bit of a noisy ride.
Overall, it’s a great car for the price though!
Great Car. Comfortable and great to drive.
Purchased my Outlander 6 years ago and since then not a single problem with it. Comfortable, quiet and great to drive. 2.4 ltr engine that has plenty of power for me, my wife and son. Loads of room in the back, especially with rear seats folded flat. Good on fuel and an all round nice drive. Would recommend.
Bang for your buck
Hello purchased this vehicle as a family commuter.
The good points economical ,value for money and a lot of extras for a standad SUV.
The bad points a little under powered, thin body (dents easy) and a bit noisey.
But overall a good vehicle. would comsider up dating to a newer model.
couldnt pull the skin off a pudding!
Rented one from Avis. Couldnt pull the skin off a pudding and uses 10.5 litres/100km. Cant overtake due to being totally gutless. Nice design but clunky screen to interface with phone. Eco mode not necessary as otherwise one might have to push it uphill. First time I write a review but this car inspired me to do so. Hans - sanbisresort.com
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