Used 2018 MitsubishiOutlander SE CUV

  • VIN: JA4AZ3A39JZ033767
  • Stock: 6M033767


Odometer
30,615 miles
Fuel Economy
24.0/29.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Rally Red Metallic
Interior Color
Black w Fabric Seat Trim
Body/Seating
CUV/7 seats
Transmission
continuously variable automatic
Drivetrain
four-wheel
Engine
2.4L I-4 cyl
Mitsubishi Outlander
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Highlighted Features

  • Automatic temperature control
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Exterior parking camera rear
  • Front dual zone A/C
  • Speed sensitive wipers
  • 3rd row seats
  • Split folding rear seat
  • Heated front seats

Included Packages & Options

Included Options
  • Accessory Remote Engine Start$545

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

This great Outlander is just waiting to bring the right owner lots of joy and happiness with years of trouble-free use!! This terrific Vehicle, with its grippy 4WD, will handle anything mother nature decides to throw at you*** SPECIAL INTERNET PRICING*** This gas-saving 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander will get you where you need to go... All the right toys!!! Optional equipment includes: Accessory Remote Engine Start...

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.7Out of 5
  • Best SUV AWD out there

    By ebworthen on Thursday, August 29, 2019

    5.0
    This is a beautiful vehicle. Do you want to spend $37,000 for a Honda or Toyota? Go ahead. I got my loaded AWD Outlander with Leather, Sunroof, etc., etc. for $27K. 10 year 100,000 mile warranty, made in Japan quality. Smooth ride, high quality, great sound system, tons of room, 36 MPG on my mixed city/highway commute. Notice the difference between KBB ratings and OWNER ratings. Why? KBB, Edmunds, Consumer Reports - they rate based on perception, not reality. Look at the Ketchup bottle at a restaurant, the plastic bottle is colored red. Why? To give you the perception that it is always full. Same thing with the hive mind. Come out of the shadows and the cave.
  • Big Space, Great Value, So Reliable

    By Skipper on Wednesday, August 28, 2019

    4.0
    We bought our Outlander from Avis Car Sales. We've had it for two years. Besides regular oil changes, we have not spent one penny on any thing! We love Toyotas but this was so much cheaper than the Highlander or even the Rav4 and is just as reliable. We've carried seven people in it numerous times. We've also carried 8 suitcases, four carry-on bags, and lots of baby equipment. The engine is a very clever 4 cylinder mated to a CVT. It is smooth and the mileage is great though acceleration is limited. Brakes have been very reliable. It's small on the outside, big on the inside. Will probably go right back to Avis for out next car -- another Outlander!
  • 130k Miles - Underated considering an awesome SAWD

    By RickO on Saturday, February 16, 2019

    5.0
    I bought it because of the driver room that isn't offered in most SUVs this size. I am 6'4" and large and didn't fit well in other midsized SUVs. So I drive this about 30k miles a year have done trips in it and I really drive it hard. I do my own oil changes so I can tell you that after 130k in hard freeway driving it still does not use oil. If I totaled it tomorrow I would replace it with another just like it. I have not used the 3rd row but it is nice to have just in case. The Rockford Fosgate system is very nice but not quite the sound quality of a Bose. You can rattle windows with it though and if you like Base you will like that system. When you drive these cars you cannot be afraid to really give the gas and run it between 3500 - 4500 rpms to get the performance. I do this regularly and just keep up on oil changes and it will be fine. People who say it has no power basically don't understand how to drive this car. If you test drive one, put your foot into the gas pedal, you won't hurt it trust me. I have owned 4 Subaru cars and the AWD system on the Outlander is very good but does not quite equal the Subaru in snow and slick roads. However on curves and just handling in general, the Outlander AWD is superior IMO to the subaru because of the Outlander SAWD ability to handle the body role on curves. You should research this if you are serious about one and if you drive in curves, mountains etc. I would prefer the Outlander if I did. Also, the AWD systems in the Toyotas, Hondas and Nissans etc do not equal the Outlander SAWD and there is information out there to support this if you look.

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