2016 Mitsubishi Outlander GT: An Unremarkably Great Car You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

2016 Mitsubishi Outlander GT: An Unremarkably Great Car You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

 

2016 Mitsubishi Outlander GT | MSRP: $30,995 | Price as tested: 35,195

Engine: 3.0L; 224 h.p.; 215 lb.-ft. | MPG: 20 city / 27 hwy

Features: Active Front Differential, Super All-Wheel Control, 710-watt Rockford Fosgate Premium Sound System, Forward Collision Mitigation,

Lane Departure Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control, etc.

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Mitsubishi is an interesting company. They had one of their best years yet in 2015 in the U.S., yet they still sold less than 100,000 vehicles. That might sound impressive until you realize that 17.5 million new vehicles were sold last year nationwide. You might ask yourself, how can a company like this stay in business? Mitsubishi’s parent company makes everything from helicopters and cargo ships to televisions and computer chips. The vehicle sales seem more a matter of pride for the company than its focus. Despite all of this, with the 2016 Outlander GT, they’ve created something to be fairly proud of.

I say fairly proud because this car is basically unremarkable. Its looks are unique, but not in any classic or timeless way. Its 3.0-Liter 6-Cylinder engine is powerful and efficient, while also sounding quite interesting – but it’s nothing too special. The interior is pleasant and even handsome in some areas, but overall a bit ordinary. What makes this car good is that it really doesn’t have any weak points. The questionable placement of a few of the controls, some shoddy materials….

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