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The Top Gear car review:Mitsubishi Outlander
On the inside
Layout, finish and space
No chink in the Outlander’s armour here, with a split tailgate and the option of a third row of seats, albeit a very token one with scarcely enough room for kids. The second row folds automatically at the touch of a button too. Which is nice.
The Outlander is exactly as well put together as you’d expect from a Japanese product with this sort of family-oriented lifestyle in mind. It’s tough, simple and fit for purpose if the purpose in question is nothing more arduous than kids, dogs or mountain bikes.