**I was provided a 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE AWC to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own.**
All I see is California Sunny Skies! Last week I traveled to Los Angeles to work with a client and was able to get a little R&R in during my stay. You can’t come to Cali and not have some smooth wheels to cruise around town in and thanks to DriveShopUSA they provided me with a white pearl 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE AWC. First off I am a huge fan of anything Pearl so when I saw the car I was immediately in love.
The 2015 Mitsubishi is the perfect size for road trips and a family of five. The Outlander is extremely roomy and provides you with a host of features:
- 2.oL MIVEC DOHC 16-valve 4-cyclinder engine
- Electric Power Steering
- All-Wheel Control (AWC)
- Color-keyed front & rear bumper, side-viewed mirrors and outer door handles
- Color LCD multi-information display
- 6.1″ Touch Panel Display
- Panoramic Glass Roof
These are just a few features that jumped out to me as I drove the Outlander over the last few days. My only obstacle that I found with the vehicle is that it appears to sit very low to me and you can feel every bump while driving, especially on some of the bumpy roads in Los Angeles.
So where did I cruise to while in LA? We’ll since this was a business trip I did manage to hit the Pier and grab some great food from Tony P’s Dockside Grill.
I can definitely see my future husband and I taking our boat out on the pier when we travel to California for our mini getaways. The water has always been so relaxing and sailing has definitely become apart of my life.
Upon my initial arrival in Los Angeles I headed over to BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse for lunch and was happy that I decided to dine there because the ribs were amazing. Click here for review. I am grateful that I was able to do a little site seeing before my clients show and then heading back out to Atlanta.
All in all it was an amazing trip and the 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport was definitely a great vehicle for cruising around California and I would totally suggest it for a family that is looking for a larger vehicle but not one that’s a big as your typical SUV. Where are you cruising in your Outlander?
~Turkesha AKA Naturalbabydol