For It's one of the more practical medium-sized SUVs, with seven versatile seats and a big boot. The ride is generally comfortable, and the petrol-electric hybrid model makes a lot of sense if you spend most of your time in town.
Against The cabin is rather dull and some rivals have quieter diesel engines. High-spec models are expensive and have a fiddly touch-screen sat-nav system.
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The Mitsubishi Outlander won't win any prizes for its dynamics, but the hybrid's potentially low running costs and the spacious, well-made and versatile interior will appeal to SUV buyers.
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There are 7 Mitsubishi Outlander versions available
Target Price team says:
First, you need to choose between diesel and petrol-electric hybrid power. If you regularly drive on motorways or do lots of miles a year, go for the diesel; if you don't, the plug-in hybrid version makes most sense.
The diesel has an on-demand four-wheel-drive system, where the engine's power is sent to the front wheels until more traction is needed, at which point some of the power goes to the rear wheels. The hybrid is full-time four-wheel drive, with the petrol engine and/or one of the electric motors powering the front wheels and the second electric motor powering the rears.
We'd go for GX3 trim (or GX3h if you go for the hybrid), which offers the best blend of price and equipment. The higher-spec models are very well equipped, but they're too pricey.
The Mitsubishi Servicing Plan, which fixes the price of the first three scheduled services, is worth considering.