Nothing has specifically gone wrong, but the car does not feel robust.
There is a 'clunking' in the drivers seat at the level of the lumbar support. It seems to 'clunk' when cornering.
The transmission does not change very cleanly from 1-2. Topping up the transmission fluid improved the problem, but it is still there.
The radio has a buzzing noise which increases in intensity with the engine revs.
The car is not very economical, recording fuel consumption of around 13 litres/100 km around town - which is a fair bit higher than all reports I have read to date.
The car idles very roughly which I understand is unusual, though I have been advised by a Mitsubishi dealer that the 3.5 litre V6 does not idle very smoothly.
Seat height is very low. I would prefer a higher position, or greater range of adjustment.
Reach to the steering wheel feels to be far away. Adjustment for reach would be nice.
Wipers do not have an option for a 'single wipe'. The lever must be moved to 'on' and back to 'off'.
The car is still under new car warranty and I am hoping that all problems identified to date will be fixed.
Split fold rear seats would have been a good option.
The options fitted are great value in comparison with Ford, Holden and Toyota. The latter two are markedly higher in price, though I suppose this is recovered to a certain extent in re-sale.
The car feels good overall, but needs a few things fixed before I can start to rave about it to my friends.
The car looks good with aftermarket wheels (standard 15") and a rear spoiler.