Last week, we packed up the Mitsubishi Outlander and headed over an hour away to Morgan State University. My niece is a high school senior and she was interested in attending their open house so she could learn more about what MSU has to offer. Being from a small island, none of us are accustomed to long drives so these college road trips are A LOT. What sucked was the weather. Maryland has such bi-polar weather. The temperature literally dropped a day before our trip. It was windy, chilly, and rainy. Not the best weather to travel in. I had so many ideas for pics so we could remember the moment but the weather simply wouldn’t allow it.
Two tips for college road trips:
How did we get there? In the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander. The Outlander is a compact SUV that seats 7. My favorite features of this SUV are the Fast Key entry, rearview camera, blind spot warning, and the adaptive cruise control.
All in all, the vehicle is great for a Mitsubishi. Personally, I feel there are still some tweaks to be made to make Mitsubishi the top brand amongst its competitors. This is my 3rd time driving a Mitsubishi, and I prefer it over the Mirage. If I was in the market for a Mitsubishi, I’d take this vehicle over the Mirage even if I didn’t need the extra space.
Price: SEL starts at $25,495
Read more about the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander over at Mitsubishi’s official site and test drive it at your local dealership.
I was not compensated for this post. This vehicle was given to me to test drive. All opinions are my own.