Overview & Reviews
The Mitsubishi Outlander has been extensively redesigned for 2014. Notable changes include improved fuel mileage, a nicer interior, a standard third-row seat and new high-tech features.
- Above-average fuel economy
- Attractive, high-quality interior
- Available frontal impact warning/mitigation system.
- Maximum cargo capacity a bit short of top rivals.
- Cramped third-row seat
- Underwhelming performance
User Reviews:Showing 1 through 10 of 13.00
Exceptional Value - 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander
By aa0526 - December 2 - 2:11 am
Primary Purpose: 1. Commuting to work alone (95%) 2. Short trips with family (5%) Been shopping around for a small CUV that has a 3rd row (for those rare occasions). Wanted a 3rd row as a backup for the minivan. The minivan is reserved for long trips. I can't wean myself from Japanese cars. I shopped between the Santa Fe, Rogue 2014 and the Outlander 2014. Being a current Nissan and Mitsubishi owner, it was a hard decision between the Rogue and the Outlander. The current MPG averages 28-30 combined. The warranty and price were the clinchers. It is relatively quiet, acceleration was good for my needs, very roomy 2nd row (I am only 5'7" - so there is plenty of room left behind me).
Read actual consumer reviews! - 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander
By mitsucommuter - November 17 - 8:26 pm
Best car for the value. If your on the fence about the exterior and interior design compared to its competitors. Check this car out in person. It will most likely surprise you. My previous car was a mitsu galant. With everything original in tact with over 220k miles. So I know and trust their engineering. As long as you do the regular maintenance and don't submerge it under water or hit some deep pot holes at aggressive speeds this vehicle should be reliable. You should never have to rely on their warranty but it's nice to have as a cushion/ peace of mind.
2014 Mitsubishi Outlander SE Great Value - 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander
By austintech - December 18 - 8:45 pm
When you compare any vehicle priced under $25k that comes with 5/60 bumper to bumper warranty, 10/100k power train warranty, comes with back up camera, heated seats, bluetooth, roominess and 26 mpg combined, there aren't many that can compare. With the 2014 Outlander SE, you get all this and reliability of Mitsubishi. Yes, it's not a sports car. Yes, it doesn't have cutting edge design. Unlike other vehicles in its class, it's very quiet, is comfortable, handles reasonably well, and has all the safety features you'd expect for lots more. We researched lots of vehicles for what we needed and couldn't come up with a better solution for the money.
Nice Ride, Satisfied!! - 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander
By jac48 - December 6 - 7:34 am
Bought the car a little over a month ago and now have 1200 miles on it. I really like the new design, the fact that it comes standard with 3 rows of seats. The interior isn't flashy but it doesn't seem like cheap plastic either. I like the touch screen radio, backup cam, 18 inch wheels, heated seats, integrated blue tooth, fog lights ect. and all the other options for the price over competing SUV's. I was really considering the Subaru Forester, but the price and the 3rd row of seats sealed the deal. The factory Warranty is by far better. I've owned an 02 Lancer, an 03 Eclipse and never had any trouble with either. Getting about 25MPG, which is a little lower than I was hoping.
Great Buy - 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander
By ontarioman - April 23 - 12:47 pm
Overall, Nice vehicle. Nice handling in city and has decent power with the V6. Very fast pick up on the highway. The V6 makes a nice growl when accelerating. Handles rough pavement like a charm. Good fuel consumption for a v6. It is about the same as my 4 cylinder rav4. Very good brake feel. Very nice well laid out dash. Out of all the vehicles i tested drove, The forester xt, mazda cx-5 and the outlander GT was in the running. The forester seat was not supportive and the steering was too loose. The mazda was very good and my wife has one. I think the handling is slightly better than the outlander but the powe of the outlander cannot be beaten . The Super allweel drive system is legendary.
V6 Outlander is Amazing - 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander
By bayernforever - April 25 - 1:59 pm
Please, do not listen to these reviewers who are trying to kill mitsubishi. I tested my new outlander 2014 for a week now and it is amazing. i have got the GLS V6 Model Biege Leather Inside. the quallity of interior is outstanding. This car is a little bit heavy when you start but after 40km/h it will goes very fast. I was driving on 160km/h and the car was very quiet. The Price of the outlander V6 Top of the line is cheaper than a toyota rav 4 standard edition. If you are still thinking of buying this car , go a head and save your money.
Shouldn't have bought this SUV - 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander
By applepie237 - June 7 - 9:55 am
Just hit 3,000 miles and mileage is more like 17-25 mpg. Doors are really light, back gate doesn't always open, a # of features are stripped out in the SE so some things you would expect aren't included. Bluetooth doesn't always work so I make a call, they hear me but I don't know it's even connected. Wipers spray over the windshield/crooked. Remote start is a joke, need to start again when in car. The only comfortable spot for the steering wheel will block your dash. Two days after leasing, had major mechanical issue. Second lease payment they didn't notify me of automatic payments starting so I made a payment and then they pulled as well, overdrafted my account for following directions.
A great small crossover suv - 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander
By sierram - August 9 - 12:52 am
Do not trust the reviewers. This vehicle deserves to be test driven. The material quality is fantastic inside. Mitsubishi did not cheap out and use tons of hard plastic like the rest of the competition. I think the exterior looks classy and is similar to the Land Rover Range Rover or 1st gen Cayanne. The 3rd row is usable because the second row can be moved up without losing that much legroom. I'm 5'5" and I was able to sit in the 3rd row. I wouldn't want to sit there for long trips but it should be fine for my needs around town. I can't wait to try out the 4wd on the snow. I believe it has much better ground clearance and 4wd system than the CR-V. I'm getting 25 mpg on mostly city driving.
Outlander Gt Value - 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander
By genx_rated - July 28 - 11:24 pm
Mitsubishi's price of around $26k w/100k warranty was what sealed the deal. The MIVEC V6 is plenty powerful, especially since it only weighs as much as a midsized sedan(3500lb curb weight), despite what others may say. It also sounds quite nice, but not overly noisy. Have about 2000 miles now, and averaging 21-22 MPG's in 85% CITY driving. You can do 30 MPG on the highway at 65-70mph, but I don't drive there often. The 20/28 ratings are just about right. Ride is compliant and very Japanese, but not luxurious....more sporty. Handling is competent and fairly flat. Cargo space very good, maybe not as wide as Pathfinder or Explorer.
Luxurious, powerful but inexpensive SUV - 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander
By frederikfly - October 26 - 3:36 pm
This is a lot of car for little money. Bells and whistles usually found on much more expensive cars/add on packages. Powerful but still fuel efficient V6 engine, sturdy frame, AWD, great ground clearance, high end features that really make a difference in safety and comfort (e.g. backup camera, dual zone AC, keyless entry and start). It will handle pretty much anything with ease, passengers, heavy cargo, towing, and challenging weather conditions or even off road. Fun to drive thanks to solid road feel, spacious interior, peppy engine and virtually no blind spots. After test driving Escape, Outback, Highlander and Pilot the Outlander feels like combining the best aspects of all of them.