Used 2018 MitsubishiOutlander GT CUV

  • VIN: JA4JZ4AX7JZ036241
  • Stock: PM80020
Odometer
28,412 miles
Fuel Economy
20.0/27.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Diamond White Pearl
Interior Color
Beige
Body/Seating
CUV/7 seats
Transmission
6 speed automatic
Drivetrain
four-wheel
Engine
3.0L V-6 cyl
Mitsubishi Outlander
  • Carfax One Owner

Highlighted Features

  • Blind spot sensor
  • Leather upholstery
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Power moonroof
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Exterior parking camera front
  • Exterior parking camera left
  • Exterior parking camera right

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

This 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander GT is proudly offered by Napleton Autowerks of Missouri This 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander comes with a CARFAX Buyback Guarantee, which means you can buy with certainty. This Mitsubishi Outlander GT defines excellence in an SUV. It has the convenience of limitless boundaries paired with city sophistication. At home in the country and in the city, this 2018 4WD Mitsubishi Outlander GT has been wonderfully refined to handle any occasion. Smooth steering, superior acceleration and a supple ride are just a few of its qualities. There is no reason why you shouldn't buy this Mitsubishi Outlander GT. It is incomparable for the price and quality.

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.7Out of 5
  • In a (segment) class by itself in America

    By nab on Saturday, July 16, 2016

    5.0
    It took me a year to decide to buy this car. I have the GT trim with v6. I waited so I could test drive the new cx-9. I'd already checked out the other 2 and 3 row crossovers. Pilot, crv, highlander, rav4, Sorrento, santa Fe, explorer, cx-5, etc. I tried a lot of cars. The outlander is 185" long. That's about 10" shorter than the Honda pilot. About 5" more than the crv. That puts it closer to the 2 row crossovers class than the 3 rows. So it's a compact that also offers a 3rd row. The only competitor in America is the Rogue, which doesn't come with a v6. The mazda5 is discontinued here. So you can't really compare it with the largest vehicles. It's not meant to be that. In asia you have many choices like the Honda stream and Toyota wish which are not sold here. The outlander is the perfect vehicle if you live in an old city like Philadelphia. Small streets, small garages and challenging parallel parking. My old Honda accord was slightly longer and didn't have a 3rd row. Now I even have a backup camera. No more accidentally bumping other vehicles. The 3rd row is for kids obviously. Do you live in a household that has 7 full size adults? If you do, then this car is not for you. But for families with 3-4 kids, this is great. Access to the 3rd row is a little tight but kids can easily get back there. I bought this because grandparents come to visit and it's great to have them and 2 kids in one car for dinner. I think the outlander gets bad reviews because reviewers are trying to fit this car into categories which it doesn't fit. On its own merit, the outlander has unrivalled value. The v6 is powerful enough. I haven't done a 0-60 but it merges into the highway much easier than my accord 4cyl. So it has to be below 8 secs 0-60. The ride is comfortable and handling is good. The steering is a little light. Not great for highway but perfect for city. The turning radius beats all 3 row vehicles. Then the nice stuff. Fosgate 700watt stereo with touchscreen, backup camera, auto dimming rear view mirror, power folding heated side mirror, wiper deicer, power tailgate, keyless entry, S-AWC, leather, flat folding seats, sunroof, etc. that's a lot of stuff you're getting for around $30,000. Plus the GT comes with a 6speed auto and not cvt. MPG on the highway is accurate at 27mpg but it's a bit brutal in the city. I get about 15mpg but my commute is only 3 miles of stop signs and traffic lights. So it is what it is. I'm happy to accept that. The daytime running lights are disabled for America. You can turn it on via ETACS. Don't know why Mitsubishi would disable a safety feature. The paint is also kinda thin. I'm going to get opticoat pro plus to preserve it. My GT came with remote start and I thought I'd never use it but we've had consecutive 95+ weather and it's been really awesome to have it. The range is pretty good too. Bottom line, if you live in a tight spaces and need to haul people, this is the vehicle for you. Comes with 10/100,000 power train warranty. 5/60,000 bumper to bumper. No I'm not a Mitsubishi salesperson. We are a Honda family, owned Crv, accord, civic, Integra. I made a leap of faith after considering every option on the market and I am happy I bought this car.
  • Love the Idea. Hate the Paint.

    By Mitsu Fan Wannabe on Saturday, August 19, 2017

    3.0
    OK. This is my second Mitsubishi. My first was a Montero when they used to be real trucks. Early 90s. The best. Bought this one after studying price / value / performance and test driving for my son (his first new car / first lease.). Ultimately, we both love the 2016 4WD Outlanders (his is brown, mine is white). Great mileage, fantastic inside rear storage, good-enough performance (adjustable by eco buttons, AWD options and locking mechanism, etc.). Also a bit unique in an Outback world. Hate to say there is a but. But there is a but. Both cars at 18000 miles have the worst paint chips of any vehicle I have ever owned. And my driving habits have not changed. Soft paint on the hood and pillars. I have owned Porches, Lexus, Jags, Saabs, Volvos and everything American. Have even take some cars to 100K. None had more paint chips when I sold them than our two cars do now. Not even close. I have had paint shops and new car dealers look at problem (non-Mitsu)and all suggest a flaw in application. Soft paint, not cured they say. I have sent pix to Mitsu (regional guy) and they simply say not covered by rocks, etc.). This isnt a rock problem. It is a paint problem. More to come. Google Mitsu paint and you will start to see increasing reports of this issue. Some folks have installed bras and guards on the hood (not as a cool accessory but as a need). If you buy this car, get a windcreen / guard. Our pix are not from one incident from behind a dump truck (believe me, I know not to follow). Our paint chips continue to appear everytime we drive our (want to love it so bad) Outlander but paint-sticking two new cars (56,000 worth of Mitsus) seems absurd. And Mitsubishis response was offensive at best (didnt give any credit to my knowledge of cars, getting opinions from other dealers, even my experience in paint-meters. A shame. Wanted to be a brand maven.
  • Gas Mileage : 32.72 - 445 Miles in 13.6 Gallons

    By Lez on Friday, July 01, 2016

    5.0
    Outlander ES : Got 32.72 gas mileage per gallon - 445 Miles in 13.6 Gallons on a long drive on ECO Mode ON And Cruise Control ON I own this Outlander ES for 18 months with 19000 miles on it.
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