Ten Second Review
This SUV is crafted to go off road, and look stylish in the city at the same time. The MacPherson struts give you great handling and the suspension means you have a more comfortable ride than smaller SUVs can provide. 148 horsepower translates to tons of off road fun and the hybrid engine is unique in its class, meaning you’re kind to the Earth at the same time you’re exploring it.
It comes with an ABS system to keep your tires firmly on the road and an additional electronic brakeforce distribution system means your Outlander knows how much weight is in the cabin so braking force is applied evenly. Traction control kicks in in bad weather to keep you on track no matter how much snow you encounter and an all-wheel drive adjusts your traction so there’s no wheel slips.
Ever come across a hill and worry about sliding back before you can go forward? With Hill Assist, the brakes remain engaged for two seconds after you take your foot off the pedal so you’ll always be going forward – a great feature!
Additional safety features mean your windscreen wipers will come on when too much moisture hits the screen, seven cabin airbags keep you and your passengers safe and cruise control lets you stay calm on long road trips. You can even plug in your own MP3 player for endless music and you’re not touching the controls.