Once a force to be reckoned with thanks to its famed sports cars, Mitsubishi's star has fallen from the automotive firmament in recent years. Its current lineup consists of lackluster crossovers and miserable economy cars, but there are signs of life in the coupe-like Eclipse Cross SUV. The Mitsubishi Mirage is simple and honest transportation but offers few frills, while Outlander and the Outlander Sport SUVs do much of the same on a larger scale. Affordable pricing, a 10-year warranty, and a reputation for reliability are Mitsubishi's few remaining calling cards. We've heard rumblings of a revived Lancer Evo sport sedan, but we'll believe it when we see it.
The funky-looking Outlander is stigmatized by outdated styling and subpar performance, but it also possesses specialized traits that few if any of its rivals can match.
While it’s a quiet cruiser and relatively practical, the Eclipse Cross elevates the brand but still trails most other compact crossovers.
Mitsubishi has taken its boldest step yet in the ever-expanding compact-crossover marketplace with its Eclipse Cross; for the first time in years, its efforts have not been in vain.
The Mirage is attractively priced, but it's a lot less polished than rival subcompacts.
This basic four-door hatchback comes with a good warranty and a maximum fuel-economy rating of 43 mpg highway.
The Mirage G4 is priced to please, but it has less power and fewer driver-assistance features than many of its rivals.
What the Mirage G4 offers over a used car is a great warranty and the peace of mind that comes with owning a new car.
Despite its refreshed look, good warranty, and relatively low price, you can do better than the Outlander Sport even if you have to spend more.
The 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is the company's smallest crossover, and it plays in a highly competitive field of subcompact SUVs.
Removing the top from the lackluster Eclipse somehow makes it eminently more appealing.
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.
What if the Japanese tried to build a Chevy Impala? We'd guess that it would be a lot like the Galant.
No, it’s not a larger-than-life computer mouse; it’s the i-MiEV, the least-expensive EV sold.
With an inexpensive interior and less-than-thrilling driving chops, the Lancer leaves much to be desired.
Aimed squarely at drivers who value speed and handling above all else, the Evolution feels like the love child of an economy sedan and a Space X rocket.
The Raider is actually a Dodge Dakota underneath, but it's got better styling inside and out.