2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Video
2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Video Transcript
The Mitsubishi Outlander could be the official car of Groundhog Day. We've seen it before. For years. But that's about to change with this redo that comes in about the same size all around but with very different rounded edges, which to my eye really give it more mass. Also a disturbingly similar look to a Nissan Cube up front but you be the judge. Inside, a step up from the Outlander's past foam damp cabin. But the new third row seat looks like something you could be fined for. Engine's for the US aren't speced yet but don't expect anything radical under the hood.
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