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The spacecraft-like Eclipse comes with a so-so inline-four or a torque-rich and powerful V-6. Don’t expect much from the four-cylinder, but there’s some quickness to be had with the six. Detroit offers similarly priced pony cars that will blow the doors off of Mitsubishi’s front-drive blob-mobile.
A product of Mitsubishi’s California design studio, the Endeavor rides on a modified front-drive, unibody platform it shares with the Galant sedan and Eclipse coupe. It’s now seven years old, and much about this SUV’s engineering feels old-fashioned and out of date.
Imagine a Japanese interpretation of a Chevy Impala and you won’t be far off. A soft ride and roomy interior make it perfect for rental fleets, but the Galant lacks the personality and capabilities to attract attention away from segment-leaders Honda Accord and Toyota Camry.
The Lancer is available in three levels of aggression: base, Ralliart, and Evolution. The base cars are comfortable, spacious, attractive, and sportier than the average commuter car; the turbo Ralliart ups the ante considerably; and the Evolution adds substantially more capability.
Based on the Lancer small-car platform, the Outlander is a unique and spacious little crossover that prioritizes on-road handling over off-roadability, which is fine. With abundant features, an optional third row, and clever touches, it is often a showroom also-ran that doesn’t deserve to be overlooked.