2008 Mitsubishi Outlander

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$19,990 - $25,210
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Engine Engine 2.4LI-4
MPG MPG 20 City / 25 Hwy
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2008 Outlander Overview

The 2008 Mitsubishi Outlander comes with a choice of two engines, a new four-cylinder that gets good fuel economy and a powerful V6.

The new 2.4-liter four-cylinder comes standard on Outlander ES and SE models, which get an EPA-rated 20/25 mpg City/Highway.The four-cylinder engine is matched with a continuously variable transmission, or CVT, designed to improve fuel economy.

The 2008 Mitsubishi Outlander LS and XLS come standard with the 220-horsepower V6.Outlander was completely redesigned for the 2007 model year.Bigger than the previous-generation model, it was launched with a powerful 3.0-liter V6, a six-speed automatic transmission with sport-shift, and a sophisticated four-wheel-drive system.

Outlander can seat up to seven passengers when equipped with a fold-down, compact third-row seat.All models come with a full complement of occupant safety features.

Completely redesigned for 2007, the Outlander features an electronic skid and traction control system and a modern four-wheel independent suspension.Its available four-wheel-drive system is designed more to be pavement-friendly than backwoods-capable.

The top models are luxurious, boasting automatic climate control, leather-trimmed seats, a rear-seat entertainment system with a nine-inch LCD screen and wireless remote and headphones.A GPS navigation system featuring a seven-inch touch-screen is available with a hard disk for speedy data retrieval and recorded audio tracks.Formula 1-style magnesium shift paddles mounted on the steering column allow the driver to shift manually, while a keyless ignition system eliminates the need to fuss with keys.

The 2008 Outlander models benefit from numerous upgrades.

All 2008 models are available with front-wheel drive (2WD) or all-wheel drive (4WD).The four-cylinder is rated to tow 1500 pounds; the V6 is tow-rated at 2000 pounds with 2WD, and 3500 pounds with 4WD because the 4WD models come with a bigger radiator.

Competitive performance, fuel economy, and interior space along with aggressive pricing make the Mitsubishi Outlander a compelling SUV.
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2008 Outlander Overview

The 2008 Mitsubishi Outlander comes with a choice of two engines, a new four-cylinder that gets good fuel economy and a powerful V6.

The new 2.4-liter four-cylinder comes standard on Outlander ES and SE models, which get an EPA-rated 20/25 mpg City/Highway.The four-cylinder engine is matched with a continuously variable transmission, or CVT, designed to improve fuel economy.

The 2008 Mitsubishi Outlander LS and XLS come standard with the 220-horsepower V6.Outlander was completely redesigned for the 2007 model year.Bigger than the previous-generation model, it was launched with a powerful 3.0-liter V6, a six-speed automatic transmission with sport-shift, and a sophisticated four-wheel-drive system.

Outlander can seat up to seven passengers when equipped with a fold-down, compact third-row seat.All models come with a full complement of occupant safety features.

Completely redesigned for 2007, the Outlander features an electronic skid and traction control system and a modern four-wheel independent suspension.Its available four-wheel-drive system is designed more to be pavement-friendly than backwoods-capable.

The top models are luxurious, boasting automatic climate control, leather-trimmed seats, a rear-seat entertainment system with a nine-inch LCD screen and wireless remote and headphones.A GPS navigation system featuring a seven-inch touch-screen is available with a hard disk for speedy data retrieval and recorded audio tracks.Formula 1-style magnesium shift paddles mounted on the steering column allow the driver to shift manually, while a keyless ignition system eliminates the need to fuss with keys.

The 2008 Outlander models benefit from numerous upgrades.

All 2008 models are available with front-wheel drive (2WD) or all-wheel drive (4WD).The four-cylinder is rated to tow 1500 pounds; the V6 is tow-rated at 2000 pounds with 2WD, and 3500 pounds with 4WD because the 4WD models come with a bigger radiator.

Competitive performance, fuel economy, and interior space along with aggressive pricing make the Mitsubishi Outlander a compelling SUV.Hide Full Review