Thank you to Mitsubishi for letting us drive around the 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander SEL S-AWC. All opinions are our own. #DriveMitsubishi
This past summer, I traded in my 7 passenger vehicle for a 5 passenger. I figured, being my oldest was now 18, we might not need that big of a vehicle anymore. OY, was I wrong. I really miss the extra seats and extra space.
Mitsubishi recently sent us the 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander SEL S-AWC to drive around for a week.
It not only had enough seats for the whole family but it also handled the crazy Wisconsin weather. As you can see by the pictures… no snow when we first got the Outlander but covered in snow the next day. 😉
Having all wheel control in Wisconsin winters is a must. I love this feature in the Outlander.
The weekend we got snow, I also had a craft show to set up. I have some room in my 5 passenger but it’s a tight fit. Not at all an issue with the Mitsubishi Outlander. I actually had room left over after loading all of my craft show product and display.
I also love the way the seats fold down. The seat flips up and the back then folds down. It was very easy to do. Just a ton of room in there. Plus, having the 3rd row doesn’t mean that you have a humongous vehicle. You still get plenty of space, plenty of seats but the vehicle, as a whole, is not overly big.
Look at all of the space in the Mitsubishi Outlander! Folded down the middle and back seats and still had plenty of room for all of my craft show product! #DriveMitsubishi @mitsucars pic.twitter.com/is3Ebghi6u
— Dawn Wells (@bloggingmomof4) November 13, 2017
We did have to say goodbye to the Mitsubishi Outlander but it was super fun having it for the week. I’m going to miss the backup camera and the auto wipers for rainy days. Plus, the gas mileage running around town was great!
If you’re looking for a great crossover to fit the whole family, check out the Mitsubishi Outlander. You won’t be disappointed.