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Is the Mitsubishi Outlander a reliable car?

Is the Mitsubishi Outlander a reliable car?

The Kelley Blue Book consumer rating index gives the Outlander a very respectable reliability rating of 4.6/5. JD Power gave the Outlander a consumer quality and reliability rating of 82/100. In 2017 WhatCar voted the Outlander as the most reliable large SUV and Mitsubishi was voted the runner-up most reliable brand.

How many miles will a 2007 Mitsubishi Outlander last?

This vehicle is considered compact for its class, which means lighter and less space than other three-row SUVs, but you can expect to be able to drive this car-based SUV for a long time with a powertrain that should last up to 200,000 miles.

What problems does the Mitsubishi Outlander have?

Top Mitsubishi Outlander Problems

  • Premature Brake Wear. One of the common issues that plagued the 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander is premature brake wear.
  • Automatic Transmission Failure.
  • Paint Chipping.
  • Resistor and/or Fan Motor Failure.
  • AC Pressure Switch Failure.
  • Tires Leaking Air.
  • Broken Valve Stems.
  • HVAC Temperature Knob Issues.

What are the most common problems with a used Mitsubishi Outlander 4×4?

There have been a few recalls for the Outlander, most notably to do with leaking fuel pipes, stalling engines, failing brakes, faulty brake lights and clutches as well as broken parking brakes. Owners have complained of ‘lurching’ on diesel models and faulty brake sensors.

Is Mitsubishi cheap to maintain?

Mitsubishis earn above-average reliability ratings and are less expensive to maintain than domestic and European competitors. On the other hand, Mitsubishi models tend to have slightly higher ownership costs than vehicles from other Japanese competitors like Honda and Acura.

Are old Mitsubishi reliable?

In conclusion, Mitsubishi were once very reliable. Their Lancer was awarded most reliable car since 1997 and their Colt was also very reliable. However, they have slipped down the ranks as of late, and have become one of the most unreliable brands out there.

Are Mitsubishi expensive to fix?

According to RepairPal, Mitsubishis earn above-average reliability ratings and the average annual repair cost is $535. The price you pay for a Mitsubishi at the dealership is just the beginning of your car’s total expenses over the course of its lifetime.