For 2007, the Outlander is completely redesigned, and is now dimensionally larger both on the inside and the outside. The four-door crossover SUV now has seating capacity for up to seven passengers. The Outlander is available in three different trim levels – the ES, LS and XLS in either two or four-wheel-drive. All models come standard with a 3.0-liter V6 that produces 220 horsepower as the only option, along with a six-speed automatic transmission.Read more Read less
The Mitsubishi Outlander has been completely redesigned for 2007. Where before it only offered an inline four-cylinder engine, it now comes equipped with a 220-horsepower V6. Nearly every dimension is larger, and traction control is now standard. An optional selectable four-wheel-drive system replaces what was previously an all-wheel-drive setup. Suspension and steering have been revised to provide a more satisfying everyday driving experience.
A genuinely sporty SUV; low price; lots of equipment for the money.
Based on a new global platform, the 2007 Mitsubishi Outlander offers large amounts of both sport and utility in a midsize package. An aluminum 3.0L V6, revised suspension, and aluminum roof used to lower the center of gravity make the Outlander more spirited than it previously was. Its ride is a refreshing change from other truck-based SUVs in the segment, and pricing is very competitive.