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2020 Mitsubishi Outlander Exceed review

The Mitsubishi Outlander keeps on keeping on, thanks to regular updates. The 2020 Exceed model gets a better infotainment system and clever 'S-AWC' all-wheel drive, plus the welcome third seating row remains. It's as solid as a rock, and about as exciting – but that's okay.

2020 Mitsubishi ASX ES review

The Mitsubishi ASX has had yet another update. Here’s why it is getting better with age.

2020 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV ES review

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV gets a bigger battery and engine for 2020, and a new Sports mode built into its trick AWD system. This remains an under-appreciated offering in Australia, despite huge success in Europe.

2020 Mitsubishi ASX Exceed review

The Exceed variant is the best 2020 Mitsubishi ASX money can buy, but is a fourth refresh enough to hide its age?

2020 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV review

Mitsubishi's plug-in hybrid SUV has a promising mix of electric drive and petrol flexibility, but is it any good?

2020 Mitsubishi ASX review

Mitsubishi has treated the ASX to one of its biggest updates yet. But can a fresh face, a new engine and tech spruce-up keep the popular and ageing small SUV relevant a decade into its generation?

Mitsubishi Triton Old v New: 2016 GLX+ v 2019 GLS Premium

How much has changed, beyond the new look? We steal the keys to the CarAdvice Triton for a comparison!

2020 Mitsubishi Triton review

Australia’s top-selling ute among private buyers has come in for some minor but worthwhile changes for 2020.

2020 Mitsubishi Pajero GLS review

The writing is on the wall for the Mitsubishi Pajero. Now living in the shadow of its own former glory, does Mitsubishi’s big 4x4 have the glow to tough out its twilight years?

2019 Mitsubishi Triton GLX review

No side steps, no chrome and no sports bar. But is the base foundation Triton any good?

MountainTop Roll Cover review

How do you make a 4x4 ute more versatile? That huge space in the back is awesome, yes. But when it gets wet, isn’t lockable, and anybody can just straight-up jump in the back, is that rear end really that usable in the real world? We had this problem with our hard-working crew vehicle, a Mitsubishi Triton GLX+...