To begin with, the 2010 Mitsubishi Outlander GT is one SUV used to continue their focus in the market since the second generation Outlander was first unveiled in 2006. Its first generation was more a wagon typed model looking a lot like the AD Resort, hence this will be almost a total revamp of the model. GT here pretty much tells you that it is all about power and performance, Mitsubishi’s trademark to most extents.

Being an SUV, you can mostly expect it to give you 2 very important elements, the first is speed and power and the second is space. And this is where Mitsubishi delivers with excellence. Even if this is so, the power generated through this model has not been overly superior. Here it feels as if, the power is adequate and not overly powerful, which is quite a let down seriously. All in all, it is powerful enough to push the car forward, but not powerful enough to race, but then again, who needs to be racing.

Mitsubishi has given the nose a change and emulates the new Lancer Evolution X which gives it quite a character. Think Triton and Pajero Sport and you get the drift. It seemed that most car makers these days are going along this concept to have a ‘similar’ look in front to set its character. In terms of looks, this car surely have all it takes to although it might not as aggressive as the more established Evo.

Accessories in the Outlander is top notch. It gets you the ‘media gateway’ which is Mitsubishi’s own FUSE hands-free system allowing voice recognition to play your music connected through a USB, iPod or through the inbuilt CD player. Bluetooth is also included while a 40GB harddisk lets you store your music in its audio system. Of course, there is the Navigation system included in this.

On top of that, the Outlander GT comes with S-AWC system which means Super All-Wheel Control which is pretty much the handling system fitted in by the people at Mitsubishi to give you the stability you need when driving a car this size particularly on hills and curves. Of course, the 3.0 liter V6 engine, with an output of 230horse and 215lb-ft of torque certainly helps to get you up and going in the shortest time possible.

 

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