One of the first big choices you have to make when considering the Mitsubishi Outlander is whether you want the diesel or the petrol engine with electric motor.
Your choice may to some extent depend on where you drive the car. For motorway driving you may prefer the diesel, the same applies if you do a lot of towing or plenty of miles per year. If you tend to stick to city driving and short trips you may benefit from the hybrid petrol/electric.
The diesel version of the Mitsubishi Outlander has four-wheel drive on demand. This means that the power from the engine goes to the front wheels, but when traction is required it goes to the back wheels. The hybrid version offers four-wheel drive fulltime, as the petrol engine or/and the electric motor is able to send power to the wheels at the front, while the second motor sends power to the wheels at the back.
Our choice of trim would be the GX3 in the diesel or GX3h if you are going for the hybrid petrol/electric engine. We chose this due to the fact that it offers a good mix of price tag and level of equipment.
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