2003 Mitsubishi Outlander AWD from North America
So, far none. My wife drives the car and she only complains about not enough power when accelerating and overtaking vehicles on road.
When we purchased the vehicle, we used the low grade fuel, but after using the high grade fuel, we noticed that it last longer and the vehicle it self liked the high grade fuel.
Well, I decided to get this car for my wife because of it's looks and size. I did not want a big vehicle for her, but I my error, I should had asked her first. But she is happy with the car.
So far, no repairs yet. We have owned it for 1 year. oh, just one recall, but I can't remember what it was.
So far, a good vehicle, it drives great.
And I drive the Volkswagen Passat.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 12th March, 2004
Update Info on Vehicle:
Well, it looks like every site which I have visited has the same problem. The vehicle pulls to the right. I had an alignment done, but it still pulls to the right. I'm taking it back to the dealer to get it fix.
2nd, the two fans in the engine are always on. I told this to the dealer and they told me that this was normal when using the air conditioning and the defrost.
Well the problem is still there. The fans turn on as the car is started. Since the two fans are one it feels like I'm driving a plan.
I also noticed that two houses dealing to the radiator seem to be sucked in, as if there was to air leaving the houses. When I take it back to the dealer I'll mention this. I think this might be the caused of the fans turning on.
An awd outlander (or vehicle in general) will not give you that "punch" as a fwd outlander will.
Well I can't believe that my Outlander is at 48,000 miles, and I am hearing a squeaky noise when I get out of the vehicle, and when the suspension rides, it sounds like an old door that needs to be oiled, much like as I would call it squeaky granny.
When I called Mitsubishi and they told me well your factory warranty is expired, damn that sucks.
Mitsubishi needs to cut the bull nonsense and fix their faulty problem. I don't need to be riding around with a fairly new vehicle looking nice with a loud squeak that sound like a damn old door coming from my suspension.
And oh man. when I stop and drive away it really start crying like this..."aaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrr" I don't like that Mitsubishi and if you don't like it, I'm right here, your vehicles are no damn good.