I really need some help.. Im trying to find out the life expectancy (spprox) for a mitsibishi outlander sport 2007. I am able to find this answer anywhere.. is this type of vehic

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Asked by Jan 03, 2016 at 10:16 PM about the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport

Question type: General

2007 outlander mitsibishi 123k miles.. timing belt replaced at 90k catalytic
converter replaced and under warranty.. looking to purchase this car but need
some guidance

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http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/2007-mitsubishi-outlander-road-test-review --is a good article to read up. Also http://www.cars.com/mitsubishi/outlander/2007/consumer-reviews/ Quote:"I bought a BRAND NEW outlander a few months ago and have nothing but problem with it deciding not to start and leaving myself along with my children stuck in various places" End quote That was written in 2008. I don't give unsolicited advice but you did ask,--- avoid it. But see the links and judge yourself

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thank you very much I really appreciate your answer with articles to read.

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You're welcome. Like I say, never owned or even driven one

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Another Mitsu owner: "Mitsubishi customer service is some of the worst I have ever seen. I have called them on numerous occasions stranded somewhere with kids and no transporation only to have them tell me that Mitsubishi doesn't allow for rentals or provide vehicles to customers" --- and another "There answer to me was that " Mitusubishi has 1-2 business days to contact you and there is nothing more we can do for you" Noe to be fair and unbiased there are a few owners good comments but far outweigh the positive. I have no stake either way, presented for what it is, never owned one

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Mitsubishi Corp. has fingers in a lot of pies. These is Mitsu Heavy Industry, cranes and earth-moving equipment, household air conditioners, TY sets, paper manufacturing, plastic, glass, Nikon cameras, and beer. And the list goes on. They decided to get in to automotive manufacturing in 1970

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