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Old 01-14-2010, 08:08 AM
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Looks very nice and clean! Always nice to have space.
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Old 01-14-2010, 08:11 AM
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I love that trim line of outlanders. There 4wd select knob is pretty cool on those and they come with paddle shifters.
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Old 01-14-2010, 08:34 AM
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It drives very similar to a non-EVO lancer, which makes it enjoyable as an SUV. Of course thats because both the Lancer and Outlander are based on the same platform.
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I love these things, I wanted to get one instead of my Montero but I need something that can tow and no new Mitsu can tow more than 3500lbs which isn't much. Nice pick up you will enjoy I loved it when I test drove it.
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Yeah i didn't like those things a few years ago. They would come into my work for service and they were just cheaply made cars. It looks like things have changed since i stopped working on them
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I just call it the Outlander Evo because of the front, but I really like them.
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I love the Outlanders! Our 07 XLS 4wd did awesome in the 2 blizzards we had in a week. With over 24" of snow I still had to work, so I drove to work and home from in with no issues. I really want to get a 2010 Outlander GT now lol
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Yeah this model has selectable 2wd/4wd/4wd lock, So it can be FWD for better mpg and then 4wd for snow and 4wd lock for the deep stuff.
Drew I just saw this thread, but that new Outlander look sharp! Congrats on your purchase!

I hope your surgery went well too.

How did you like the way it drives?

My wife and I got her a 2011 Outlander Sport, and the selectable 2wd, 4wd 4wd lock settings are fantastic! She nicknamed it "Plow" because the little thing makes it through all the snow we've had, and can romp out of snow filled parking spots!
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I hadn't seen one of these til this post. They look pretty cool actually.
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Nice Evolander. I'd rock one.
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