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2.0L 4 cyls
Traction control - ABS and driveline
Power heated mirrors
Front seat type - Bucket
Center Console - Full with covered storage
Clock - In-radio display
Reclining rear seats
Multi-function remote - Trunk/hatch/door
Speed-proportional power steering
Transmission hill holder
4-wheel ABS brakes
Head airbags - Curtain 1st and 2nd row
External temperature display
wireless phone connectivity - FUSE
Tilt and telescopic steering wheel
Interior air filtration
Remote power door locks
Audio controls on steering wheel
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2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport 2WD 4dr ES
Wagon 4 Dr.
market class name:
2WD Sport Utility Vehicles
Japan Mitsubishi Multi-Purpose Vehicl
style and trim:
2WD 4dr ES
Engine and Fuel
4 Cylinder Engine
fuel tank capacity:
net torque value:
fuel tank capacity unit:
net torque rpm:
forced induction type:
displ cubic inch: 122
fuel economy city:
fuel economy hwy:
fuel economy unit:
Leather wrapped shift knob
Roof mounted antenna
Driver & front passenger visors w/vanity mirrors
Door trim pockets w/(2) bottle holders
Color-keyed exterior door handles
Rear heater ducts
Color-keyed heated pwr exterior mirrors
Front/rear side curtain airbags
Side turn signal indicators
Illuminated glove box w/pen holder
LED tail lights
Air conditioning w/pollen filter
Chrome front grille surround
Rear window defogger
215/70R16 all-season tires
Anti-theft alarm system
16" steel wheels w/full covers
Rear privacy glass
(2) accessory 12V pwr points
Auto-off halogen headlights
Front map light
Front/rear intermittent wipers
Multi-information display -inc: trip computer, maintenance
reminder, ambient temp, audio system information
Compact spare tire
Soft touch upper instrument panel & door trim
Remote fuel lid opener
Dual trip odometers
High contrast meters
Pwr windows w/driver one-touch up/down
2.0L I4 MIVEC DOHC engine
Brake energy regeneration system
Chrome tipped exhaust
Electric pwr steering
Leather wrapped tilt/telescopic steering wheel -inc: steering
wheel audio/cruise controls
Front/rear door scuff plates
Center console w/(2) cup holders
60/40 rear split-fold seats -inc: (3) adjustable head restraints
Active stability control
Instrument panel lower compartment
Child LATCH system
Driver side seatback pocket
Front seat belt pretensioners w/force limiters
(4) cargo tie down hooks
Driver knee airbag
Rear cargo compartments
Advanced dual-stage front airbags -inc: seat belt use sensor,
passenger weight sensor, driver's seat position sensor
Chrome interior door levers
Rear cargo lamp
Side-impact door beams
2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport 2WD 4dr ES
Wagon 4 Dr.
market class name:
2WD Sport Utility Vehicles
Japan Mitsubishi Multi-Purpose Vehicl
style and trim:
2WD 4dr ES
Hill start assist
Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
Anti-lock brakes (ABS) w/electronic brake force distribution
Child safety locks
Front seat mounted side airbags
WHAT IS COVERED IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY
ENGINE: All lubricated parts, intake manifolds, engine block, cylinder heads, rotary engine housing, ring gear, fuel pump and water pump.
TRANSMISSION: The transmission case and all internal parts, torque converter. (Manual clutch assembly parts are not covered.)
DRIVE AXLE: The axle housing and internal parts, axle shafts, drive shafts, output shaft, universal joints and constant velocity joints.
BRAKES: Master cylinder, power booster, wheel cylinders, calipers, hydraulic lines and fitting. (ABS component parts are not covered.)
STEERING: Steering gear housing and all internal parts, power steering pump, valve body, piston and rack.
ELECTRICAL: Alternator, generator and starter.
NOTE: Seals and gaskets are not covered except when required in connection with replacement of the above parts .
4 Months or 4,000 Miles
2011 Mitsubishi Outlander
Stylish crossover SUV.
By Sam Moses
The Mitsubishi Outlander is a stylish crossover SUV that seats five. A compact third row is available to
allow seven, but the two flip-up seats are as small as they come and suitable only for small children for
short periods of time.
The 2011 Outlander models offer improved fuel economy both from the 2.4-liter four-cylinder and the 3.0liter V6. The current-generation version was launched as a 2007 model and it was updated with fresh
styling for 2010.
The 2011 Outlander ES and SE are equipped with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers an EPAestimated 23/28 mpg City/Highway on Regular gas, an improvement of 2 miles per gallon over the 2010
Outlander. With four-wheel drive, the 2011 Outlander SE gets 22/27 mpg. The 2.4-liter four-cylinder
engine generates 168 horsepower and benefits from a fuel-efficient continuously variable transmission, or
The 2011 Outlander XLS and GT models are equipped with a 3.0-liter V6 that delivers power and
smoothness at high speeds. The V6 is mated to a sharp 6-speed automatic transmission with paddle
shifters. The 2011 Outlander XLS 2WD gets an EPA-estimated 20/26 mpg, a slight improvement over
2010. The 2011 Outlander GT S-AWC is rated 19/25 mpg. Premium fuel is recommended for the V6.
The Outlander GT comes with Super All-Wheel Control, or S-AWC, developed for the Lancer Evolution,
which provides super control and traction, as well as secure handling in corners.
Stylistically, the Outlander has presence. The styling was redesigned for 2010 to look more like the
Lancer and Evolution. It's got that face now, so at least you know what it is. No longer lost in the midsize
The cabin features a handsome and functional dashboard and instrument panel. The bolstered seats fit
just right, the 60/40 second row tumbles forward to create 72.6 cubic feet of cargo space. With heating
and air conditioning vents in the rear, bottle holders in the door pockets, and sliding rear seats,
passengers will be comfortable.
The 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander comes in four trim levels, ES, SE, XLS, and GT.
Outlander ES 2WD ($21,995) comes with the 2.4-liter DOHC I4 and a Continuously Variable
Transmission (CVT). Standard equipment includes cloth upholstery, manual air conditioning, power
windows, power locks, power mirrors, remote keyless entry, urethane steering wheel with cruise control,
60/40 folding/tumble rear seats, a 140-watt 6-speaker CD/MP3 sound system, LED taillamps, and 16-inch
Outlander SE ($22,995) and SE 4WD ($24,495) upgrade with sport fabric seats with leather bolsters, 6step paddle shifters for the CVT, leather shift knob and steering wheel with audio controls, color gauges,
Bluetooth capability, roof rails, foglights, privacy glass, 18-inch alloy wheels, chrome grille trim and bodycolored front fascia, mirrors and door handles.
Outlander XLS 2WD ($25,795) comes with the 3.0-liter V6 engine, 6-speed automatic transmission with
paddle shifters, automatic climate control, console box between the seats, compact third row, and the
FUSE Handsfree Link System, that can call up your songs using voice command, by artist, genre, playlist
or album through an iPod or USB device.
Outlander GT ($27,795) comes standard with the Super All-Wheel Control all-wheel-drive system. It adds
rain-sensing wipers, bi-Xenon HID headlamps, aluminum pedals.
Options include the Navigation Package ($2,150) with 40 GB navigation system with real time traffic; the
Rear View Camera Package ($2,000) adds the rearview camera and auxiliary video input jack. The
Touring Package ($2,700) includes leather seating surfaces, panoramic roof with LED illumination, 710watt Fockford Fosgate premium audio with 9 speakers, 10-inch subwoofer, Sirius Satellite Radio with 3
months, power glass sunroof, premium alarm, heated front seats, power driver seat. (All New Car Test
Drive prices are Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices, which do not include destination charge and
may change at any time without notice.)
Safety equipment includes frontal airbags, side impact airbags, and airbag curtains; Active Stability
Control, and anti-lock brakes with brake-force distribution, and a tire pressure monitor. S-AWC all-wheel
drive enhances stability in slippery conditions.
The Mitsubishi Outlander fits into the rest of the lineup with that nose.
Mitsubishi calls a jet fighter front grille, and yeah you can see it. Others
call it a fish face, and yep, there's the grouper. Whatever. We think it
looks good. It pushes the limits of how much in-your-face we can
stand, but pushing the limits is what good design does. The inwardleaning angular headlamps complement the Outlander's face. In the
most popular Outlander SE model, there's a body-colored stripe
through the cavernous black mouth. On the Outlander GT it's blacked-out, giving that jet fighter look.
It was the 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor SUV that started the big edgy fender flares thing. It's hard to tell if
the Overland tones it down or it's just that we're used to them now. Its wheelwell flares don't look so big,
as the edges have been nicely smoothened. The seven-spoke wheels on our GT could have been worse
but have missed an opportunity. Not sure if the chrome side sill extensions could have been worse.
There are character lines above those side sills, more like a long dent in the doors about 8 inches above
the rocker panels. Thank you for body-colored door handles, says the Outlander, as it clings to
The chrome trim around the windows is odd, discontinued, detracting from any flow to the lines, but
turning the third window from a trapezoid into an upside-down triangle. The rest of the window panels and
the B-pillar and C-pillar are blacked out.
There's lots of glass from the rear, and no roof spoiler, just a nice wedge that holds the brake light. Your
standard wide chrome strip, with your non-standard Mitsubishi emblem. The jeweled clear LED taillamps
look grayish. There's a twin pipe coming out one side, in the V6 models.
2011 Outlander GT models get a GT badge and an S-AWC decal on the rear.
We'll get the compact third-row seat out of the way first, it won't take
long. It's tiny and flips up out of a hole. Figure two kids no older than 9,
and not for long. When Mitsubishi says luxury seven-passenger, it's a
stretch. We call it a five-seater with emergency seating for two extra
The five-seat Outlander ES and Outlander SE models offer storage
space under the cargo floor, in that space that the third-row seat folds into. They also offer nearly 3
inches more legroom in the rear seat, a good 39.6 inches, thanks to not having that compact third-row
The second row seats three and is split 60/40, which fold and tumble for more cargo space. You pull the
nylon loop and stand back, as the seatback flops down and carries the seat bottom on its roll, up against
the front seatbacks for extra cargo room, an impressive total of 72.6 cubic feet. It takes some muscle to
flop them back, especially the 60 side, maybe more muscle than some otherwise above-average kids
might have. On the XLS and GT, the second-row seats slide 3.3 inches, and that's useful.
Two big cubby holes in the way back, and nice door pockets with bottle holders in the rear. Only one
standard seatback pocket (driver side optional), but standard heating/air conditioning ducts in the rear.
In back, there's the usual liftgate but then a 10-inch-tall tailgate that lowers and flattens the entry. It's like
a miniature version of a tailgate on a pickup track. It's great for loading groceries because the stretch into
the cargo area isn't far. This flap-fold tailgate, as it's called, is strong, it'll support a 440-pound golf bag. Or
10 44-pound watermelons. Or two 220-pound football fans at a tailgate party.
The doors sound light, we won't say tinny, but we will say less solid than many others. Maybe it's because
the roof is aluminum, lowering the center of gravity. Headroom and rear visibility are both very good.
However, rear visibility is covered by two odd headrests shaped like platypus bills rising from the third-row
seat when it's raised.
On the full-tilt Outlander GT, especially with optional navigation on a big screen and perforated leather,
you've got a very stylish interior. Between the clean speedometer and tachometer there are some colored
digital gauges, and a three-instrument package just forward of the shift lever. The aluminum pedals seem
to be trying too hard, with their exclusive cutout design.
We put quite a few rough miles on our Outlander in one day, and the interior was pretty much flawless,
not just the comfort of the great seats, but the function of the panel. The dashboard is broad and bold,
stitched synthetic leather, with a center split that swoops with the suggestion of a gullwing. It looks nice.
The Mitsubishi Outlander with the V6 engine is noticeably smooth and
steady at high speeds, which it negotiates with little effort. It's quiet at
80 miles per hour with the windows up; tire noise is kept under the car.
It feels almost long-legged, because the engine loses some of its
confidence, and gains some harshness, under hard acceleration up to,
say, 60 mph. But maybe the important thing is that the acceleration is
actively there when you need it. Definitely not lacking with your foot
Fuel economy for the Outlander XLS 2WD is an EPA-estimated 20/26 mpg. The Outlander GT S-AWC is
rated 19/25 mpg. Premium fuel is recommended for the V6 but not required. Mitsubishi builds good
engines and the SOHC V6 with MIVEC electronic valve timing produces 230 horsepower and 215 poundfeet of torque at 3750 rpm.
The Outlander ES and SE models come with the 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, which gets an EPA-rated
23/28 mpg. Regular unleaded is the recommended fuel. Outlander SE 4WD gets 22/27 mpg.
We like this engine and suggest that the best Outlander value might be the Outlander SE 4WD with the
CVT with the 6-step manual mode. The dual overhead cam four-cylinder engine, with the MIVEC
electronic valve timing, same system as the V6, makes 168 horsepower, good enough to keep up on the
The manually switched 4WD system on the Outlander SE 4WD, although less versatile than the
automatic S-AWC system of the V6-powered Outlander GT, might get you up that snowy hill just as well.
The Outlander GT costs nearly $10,000 more than while getting 4 mpg less on premium fuel. It doesn't
beat the Outlander SE by that amount, unless you simply must have that luxury.
Conversely, the S-AWC all-wheel-drive system in the Outlander GT uses an Active Front Differential and
electronically controlled center differential. One method Mitsubishi uses to test this system is to drive up a
hill with the left wheels on pavement and right wheels on ice. The system is not fooled, it adjusts. We
tested the S-AWC Super All-Wheel Control on a sand dune, and our Outlander GT eagerly blasted to the
top. There's a dial on the console with three positions: Tarmac, Snow and Lock.
Another advanced feature in the GT is called Idle Neutral Logic, which puts the transmission into neutral
when the vehicle comes to a stop, using less fuel at a redlight. The driver never feels it.
We found ride quality in the Outlander okay, not harsh but not like silk. Road jiggles and vibrations can be
felt in the wheels. They seem to dance, a million tiny steps.
However, we sprinted through one 30-minute section of mountain curves, using the throttle, brakes and 6speed Sportronic transmission hard. We can report that the Outlander GT accepts being driven
inappropriately, without trying to buck you off at every turn. If it was Super All-Wheel Control at work, the
intervention was undetectable. We're not saying it hugged the road and loved it, just that it didn't get
squirrelly. But it's still pretty darn good for an SUV like this to perform like that.
The Mitsubishi Outlander stands out from the SUV crowd with its looks.
The 2.4-liter I4 engine is proven to work, while a 3.0-liter V6 offers
smooth speed. The standard Outlander offers plenty of cargo capacity,
low-priced 4WD option, all the right safety stuff. Gives good value. The
Outlander GT sports the latest in all-wheel-drive technology, benefitting
from Lancer Evolution.
Sam Moses filed this report to NewCarTestDrive.com after his test drive of the Outlander models near
Palm Springs, California.
Model Line Overview
Base Price (MSRP)
As Tested (MSRP)
Safety equipment (Standard):
Safety equipment (Optional):
Mitsubishi Outlander ES ($21,995); SE ($22,995), SE 4WD ($24,495);
XLS 2WD ($25,795), GT AWD ($27,795)
2.4-liter dohc inline-4; 3.0-liter sohc V6
CVT; 6-speed automatic
dual-stage airbags, side impact airbags in front, full-length airbag
curtains, ABS with EBD, active electronic stability control with traction
control, tire pressure monitor
S-AWC all-wheel drive
5 years/60,000 miles
Specifications As Tested
Model tested (MSRP):
Mitsubishi Outlander GT ($27,795)
air conditioning manual control with air filter, 60/40 fold-tumble secondrow seat, compact third-row seat, 18-inch alloy wheels, bi-Xenon
headlamps, Bluetooth FUSE Handsfree Link System, power windows,
power locks, 12-volt outlet, power sunroof
Options as tested:
Navigation Package ($2,150) includes 40 GB navigation system with real
time traffic; Rear View Camera Package ($2,000) includes rearview
camera, auxiliary video input jack; Touring Package ($2,700) includes
leather seating surfaces, panoramic roof with LED illumination, 710-watt
Fockford Fosgate premium audio with 9 speakers, 10-inch subwoofer,
Sirius Satellite Radio with 3 months, power glass sunroof, premium alarm,
heated front seats, power driver seat
Gas Guzzler Tax:
Price as tested (MSRP):
3.0-liter sohc V6
Horsepower (hp @ rpm):
230 @ 6250
Torque(lb.-ft. @ rpm):
215 @ 3750
EPA fuel economy, city/hwy:
Head/hip/leg room, f:
Head/hip/leg room, m:
Head/hip/leg room, r:
72.6 cu. ft.
independent, MacPherson struts, coil springs
independent, multi link
vented disc/solid disc w ABS, EBD
Unless otherwise indicated, specifications refer to test vehicle.
All prices are manufacturer's suggested retail prices (MSRP) effective as of 07/Oct/2010.
Prices do not include manufacturer's destination and delivery charges. N/A: Information not available or
Manufacturer Info Sources: 888-648-7800 - www.mitsubishicars.com
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2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Consumer Review
Fun to Drive!!!
By sunnyray on 12/28/10 17:01 PM (PST)
2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE 4dr SUV 4WD (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
I absolutely love this car! I've had 2 Hondas & a Jeep and by far I like this much better! You get
all the little extras etc. heated seats, blue tooth, keyless entry and start for much less than Honda.
It looks so great and smart to drive! Make sure you get the larger wheels and 4wd for all the
difference in the world! We just had a major snow storm and this cuv handled better than any suv
I've ever driven! Thanks to Mitsb for an affordable and awesome cuv! handled better than any
suv I've ever had (my last one was a jeep) I love my new small crossover and it is a blast to
drive! You will love it too!
Heated seats, keyless entry and start! Cool tires!
I LOVE this SUV!!!
By lc8128 on 08/10/11 13:45 PM (PDT)
2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport ES 4dr SUV (2.0L 4cyl 5M)
This thing gets as good mileage as my econo-box hatchback w/5-speed. I drive 60/40 Hwy/City
and have been averaging 29/mpg!!! I bought the base model because I was trying to keep the
cost down. I am really surprised at all the features that are STANDARD. Between the look of the
vehicle, interior, electronics, & performance - this SUV has to be one of the best values out
there. Good job Mitsubishi!!!
The built-in Bluetooth phone/device interface and the iPod interface.
Have cup holders as standard in the back. Also make the rear cargo cover (rear deck) standard.
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2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport ES
Report Run Date: 2014-01-22 15:10:02.651 EST
Class: CUV - Entry Level
Engine: 2.0L I4 MPI
Country of Assembly: Japan
Model: Outlander Sport ES
Vehicle Age: 3 year(s)
Style/Body: SUV 4D
Calculated Owners: 1
Reported accidents: 0
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