Mitsubishi Outlander SE S-AWC 2015 Review

The Mitsubishi Outlander SE S-AWC 2015 is already available in some stores and can be bought by those that are interested in this type of SUV. We are talking about something that is quite interesting, a competitor to both the Subaru Forester and the Mazda CX-5. In order to see if this is the SUV for you, let’s take a look at what you are offered through the purchase of the Mitsubishi SE S-AWC 2015 and then see how it fares against the competition.

Standard Equipment

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As expected with a 2015 model, the Mitsubushi SE S-AWC 2015 includes many standard features. The most interesting one are audio system with touch screen steering wheel audio controls, cruise control, roof antenna, 6 speakers, alloy-look trim, trip computer, card key power locks, power steering type, driver bucket heating for driver and front passenger, front cup holders, passenger ventilation controls, ventilation system with added micro filter, dual zone climate control, one touch on windows and premium cloth upholstery in the comfort section.

When it comes to the exterior, you get roof spoiler, 18 inch front and rear all-season tires with alloy wheels and body color bumpers (both rear and front).

Standard safety features are quite interesting. We have much technology included and should mention ABS, front fog lights, electronic traction control, real camera and distance sensors for parking, anti theft protection, intermittent windshield wipers, intelligent front passenger and driver front airbags and all the seat belts you would expect to see.

Technical Information

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The engine included in the Mitsubishi Outlander SE S-AWC 2015 is the 2.4 liter in-line 4 OHC. It includes MIVEC variable valve timing. The SUV uses unleaded fuel and multi point injection. We have access to 166 hp and 4,200 RPM with 162 feet per pound torque. The front suspensions are independent and include stabilizer bars and coil springs. The rear suspension is independent multi-link with the same additions. Transmission is continuously trans and includes floor shifter and manual mode.

Fairing Against Competition

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The first thing you will notice is that the Outlander SE S-AWC is more affordable than the competition. Fuel economy is on spar with the rest and the only one better in terms of air quality is the Forester 2.5i. We are looking at the best SUV in its class when referring to the greenhouse gas score and annual costs to drive are the lowest. On the whole, the Mitsubishi SE S-AWC 2015 is a serious competitor on the market.