Review: Mitsubishi Outlander (2004 – 2006)

Rating:

Well equipped, solidly built and roomy, with a good view out.

Not as sharp to drive, cheap to run or practical as its contemporary rivals.

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1 April 2004 Mitsubishi launches the Outlander in the UK

"Crossover" vehicle bridging the gap between a station wagon and an SUV to compete head-on with the Subaru Forester, Honda CR-V, Nissan X-Trail and Toyota RAV-4. All petrol and dual fuel Outlander... Read more

Mitsubishi Outlander (2004 – 2006): At A Glance

What does a Mitsubishi Outlander (2004 – 2006) cost?

List Price from £13,355
Buy new from £22,960
Contract hire from £167.33 per month
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Winter tyres having an adverse effect on handlinh

I have taken your and others advice about fitting winter tyres (Federal Himalaya SUV 225 55 18). I have found that they have affected the handling of my truck. It now tends to follow the contours of the road and does not inspire confidence at speeds. It gets slightly better with the 4x4 engaged but still does not feel right. The tyres are inflated to the correct pressures on new alloys. Can you think of any reason why this should be so?
Might be because temperatures are not yet low enough. But good to check out tests of these tyres at http://www.tyrereviws.co.uk My little FIAT is actually better in its Michelin Alpin A4 winters than is was on its Michelin Energy Savers.
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