You can see that Mitsubishi is setting new boundaries with the new Outlander. They have been more aggressive in its exterior styling and tried to be more daring. The result is a gorgeous beast that looks mad and ready to pounce. The new Outlander GT model is now V6 powered to give you a more hard-hitting driving experience. They also integrated a Super All-Wheel Control system (S-AWC) in the GT model to prevent wheel slip and improve tire traction, the system electronically senses where torque should be distributed to stop the SUV from continuously sliding. The S-AWC system gives more attitude to the Outlander and gives you decisive command in tight turns and corners.
Right at the heart of the Mitsubishi Outlander GT is a 3.0 liter 24 valve V6 engine that can produce a respectable 230 bhp and 215 lb ft of torque. The engine is connected to a six-speed automatic transmission with manumatic shifting. The glitch that can be seen with the Outlander is its inferior interior quality and the base model (SE and ES) has a weak engine, it’s a 2.4 liter inline 4 cylinder engine giving out a feeble 168 bhp, bearing in mind that this is an SUV and it has substantial size and weight. The Outlander GT is the smartest option with Mitsubishi’s list of models and this SUV will provide you power and agility.