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Mitsubishi Reviews

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Good: Well-equipped as standard. Impressive Real MPG scores. Plenty of room for five plus luggage. Five-star Euro NCAP rating.
Bad: Disappointing interior quality. Nosy diesel engines. 1.6-litre petrol lacks pace.
Good: Gets new peppy 1.5 turbocharged engine. Very well equipped as standard for the money.
Bad: Hard ride on larger wheels. Doesn't handle especially well. CVT gearbox is as noisy as you'd expect under acceleration.
Good: Innovative technology. Exempt from London congestion charge. Fun to drive.
Bad: Range is 80 miles. Charging is awkward if you live in a flat. Limited space inside. Huge cost of replacement batteries effectively writes the cars off.
Good: Versatile pick-up with more car-like handling than before. One-tonne payload capacity. Extremely capable off-road. New 2.4 diesel is more efficient than the old 2.5-litre.
Bad: Ride is bumpy on rough roads. Still lots of body lean in the corners. Five-speed auto is noisy.
Good: Smart styling, spacious interior and strong three-cylinder 1.2 petrol engine. Emits less than 100g/km of CO2, which makes it eligible for free road tax.
Bad: Disappointing to drive. Steering is slow and lacks feel. Not as good as similarly priced hatchbacks like the Volkswagen Up or Kia Picanto.
Good: Easy to drive. Most variants have seven seats. Economical diesel engines. Large and practical boot. Five star Euro NCAP rating.
Bad: Interior isn't as plush as rivals.
Good: Cheap to run if you can charge at home and don't do many miles. London Congestion Charge exempt. Masses of space. Significantly improved for 2019
Bad: Very heavy. Real mpg user average 62.6 mpg. Uncultured cabin and driving experience. Loses sixth and seventh seats of diesel Outlander.
Good: A rugged hard-worker that can tow heavy loads without breaking sweat and conquer terrain that would faze nearly all of its rivals. A lot of car for the money.
Bad: Land Rover Discovery runs rings around it on the road for refinement and handling. Back seats of seven-seat LWB models are cramped.
Good: Seven-seater has excellent off road credentials, useful 8-speed automatic transmission and is rated to tow 3,100kg.
Bad: Advertised economy will be a considerable 31.4mpg. Not arriving until 2018.
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