Which used Mitsubishi Outlander 4x4 should I buy?
Although the diesel Mitsubishi Outlander will be a reliable and spacious companion, it’s impossible to ignore that many rivals outperform it in most areas, whether it’s ride comfort, handling, performance, running costs or interior quality. For that reason, the most compelling option as far as used Outlanders go is the plug-in hybrid version, provided you mainly cover short distances and can charge it regularly.
The PHEV was offered in three trim levels. GX3h came with 18in alloy wheels, dual-zone climate control, Bluetooth phone connection, power folding wing mirrors and rain-sensing wipers, while GX4h added heated leather seats, satnav, a reversing camera and Xenon headlights.
Higher spec GX4hs and GX5 models were added later in the model’s life and included lane departure warning and a system to warn you if you are about to collide with the vehicle in front.
Our favourite Mitsubishi Outlander: 2.0 GX3h auto