I just wrote a really thorough review on this and it didn’t save. I can’t believe it. So forgive me for the brevity of this review because I’m sick and I wanna go take a nap not fight with WordPress. Anyway, last month I got to drive around this cute little sub-compact fuel-efficient baby for a week. Again by the end of the week I felt like I needed this car, just like I did with the Outlander. The difference is this car is super affordable at $12,995. It also gets about 44 mpg on the highway. I stopped to fill up (I only had to once) and I think it was something like $25 and I thought there was something wrong with the pump. Gas is cheap at the moment, but not THAT cheap haha.
You get the same quality safety features and warranty standards as the Outlander has, which I guess is the Mitsubishi standard. Shoutout to them. I actually used the navigation system in the car instead of my iPhone and it was on point. The car is small so it was easy for me to maneuver in and out of places. I managed to score a great parking spot one day as I was running late to an event, that I definitely wouldn’t have been able to with my car. The rearview camera of course always helps. Once you get in the car though you forget that it’s a sub-compact. It’s surprisingly spacious inside and seats 5 people. Even the trunk has more room than you think. I really miss this lil baby and I’m seriously thinking about maybe getting one next year.