The Auto Trader expert verdict:
Available new from £29,450
In hybrid form the Mitsubishi Outlander has been hugely popular and sold in vast numbers thanks to its affordability and tax-friendly emissions and fuel consumption numbers. It’s hardly the sharpest car to drive and there are now a lot more options in the market but, for cost-conscious drivers, it’s still an appealing package. The non-hybrid version is cheap to buy and has seven seats as standard but its lack of performance leaves it – literally – outpaced.
Reasons to buy:
- Very low running costs on hybrid model
- Spacious cabin and high-class interior
- Seven-seat versatility on most diesel models