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Used car review Mitsubishi 2006-2008

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Smith reviews the used Outlander 2006-2008: it’s points, flaws and what to for when buying one.

the only thing the ZG Outlander with its predecessor was its name, was probably a pretty good The ZG was based on the new Lancer that the following year, but it also better, offered a choice of for the first time and had the option of seats. Gone was the front clunky look of the first the incoming ZG had a more balanced with a much more front.

Whereas the previous model had the one engine the ZG offered the choice of a 2.4-litre four-cylinder unit delivered 125 kW at 6000 rpm and 226 Nm at 4100 and a 3.0-litre V6 that added the of 162 kW at 6250 rpm and 276 Nm at 4000 rpm.

who chose the four-cylinder engine got a CVT continuously variable transmission could also be driven as if it a six-speed. while those who the V6 box drove away with a auto and sequential manual

A year after the launch, in Mitsubishi added a five-speed gearbox to the range. The Outlander s won praise for its roominess compared to its as well as for the size of its boot and double tailgate.

Visibility was great with a driving position and lots of The front seats were but the rear seats were for being firm and flat. For wanting more seats added a seven-seat option, a third row capable of accommodation children.

On the road the Outlander had performance, even with the engine, along with a ride and a tight turning The LS opened the bidding and came with air, cruise, mirrors and windows, and four-speaker CD The XLS also had 18-inch alloys, fog and six-speaker CD sound.

Rounding out the range were the VR and which came with more equipment, including stability control.

Mitsubishis are robust and reliable and the Outlander is up to that image. We have few from Outlander owners, serves to underline the car s overall Check for a service record to a regular maintenance routine the oil and filter changes that are the to prolonging engine life.

test-drive the CVT for any he sitations, slippage might suggest a problem the transmission.

Dual front airbags standard across all models, but the also had head and side for added safety. The Outlander s safety package included ABS and EBD electronic brake distribution, the VR and VR-X also had the important feature of electronic stability ANCAP gave the Outlander stars out of five.


The four-cylinder, CVT model was the fuel of the range with a claimed of 9.5 L/100 km, while the V6 would 10.9 L/100 km.

Rex Gotch sufficient space to carry instruments and the capability to occasionally go driving when he bought his Mitsubishi Outlander XLS auto. He the Outlander s tumbling rear and smooth CVT transmission, but doesn t its thick A-pillars and small lights. It has done 49,000 km and he is pleased with it.

I m surprised at how spritely the engine is, when towing a fairly trailer on country trips.

new: $31,990 to $43,190

2.4-litre 4-cylinder petrol, 125 Nm; 3.0-litre V6, 162 kW/276 Nm

Transmissions: CVT, 6-speed auto, manual (2007), on-demand drive

Economy: 9.5 L/100 km 10.9 L/100 km (3.0)

5-door wagon

Variants: LS, XLS, VR, VR-X

4-star ANCAP

Better and much improved over model with roomy good performance, ride and Hard to beat.


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