Mitsubishi RVR 2013 Review-Themhshow.com

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The Mitsubishi RVR is the smallest SUVS proposed by the Japanese manufacturer.

Rather than steal sales to big brother Outlander, it is believed Mitsubishi that the RVR will attract lovers of compact sedans that without the arrival of such a model would have not considered the purchase of a SUV.

The SUVS are more popular ever then the RVR seduced by compact size, reduced consumption and especially its inviting price. The most affordable of the Mitsubishi RVR  is sold just under $20,000, which is attractive at first sight, but at that price, he arrived in version in traction, which is much less interesting in the case of a SUV, especially in Quebec. Will require a budget greater than $25,000 to have with an integral cog in a configuration that it is highly desirable to choose.

The rest, no matter the version, found in the heart of the same Mitsubishi RVR engine that equips the Lancer or a four-cylinder 2.0-liter double camshaft head producing 148 horsepower for 145 pounds-feet of torque.

The engine of Mitsubishi RVR 2013 can be combined with the selection with a five-speed manual transmission or CVT to variation continues with mode manual and levers of selection at the wheel. This type of gearbox normally promotes fuel economy and this argument a little better makes us accept the loss of driving pleasure that generate the CVT, but in the case of the RVR, one has the impression that we lose in the Exchange since fuel economy is not necessarily to go. It promises a consumption ranged from 6.6 to 8.6 litres per 100 kilometres, but we had barely below the 10 L / 100 km, which corresponds to consumption of models more imposing and powerful, including the Outlander.

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In terms of style, the Mitsubishi RVR is similar of course to the Outlander, in reduced format. We appreciate its more muscular that give it a more aggressive look. It is thus distinguished from more traditional models that we normally offer the Japanese.

At least, the RVR stands out the lot and we recognized quickly through, inter alia, to the front incorporating a large grid. Our test model, a GT RVR, whose base price almost $30,000, was even prettier with its chrome grill, panoramic roof, its chrome-tipped exhaust, xenon headlights, led lights and its 18-inch wheels.

Moreover, the Mitsubishi RVR  receives the same criticisms as the Outlander. The cockpit is too simple and cheap appearance due to the many hard plastic panels. The effect is monotonous and could be mitigated with a stronger attention to detail. However, the seats are comfortable, and despite the size reduced the RVR, Mitsubishi has been able to provide the occupants good clearances. There is the impression of being in a small SUV.

The large tailgate also makes loading while the 60/40 folding bench seat allows you to enhance the space in length.

Mitsubishi RVR  with  rated at 148 horsepower, do not expect a more forceful delivery. The engine delivers an interesting initial power, but the box CVT does not much justice. She quickly ROAR while now a very high speed, it seems then that engine lack of breath, which shouldn#8217;t be the case.

The suspension of the RVR allow conduct firm and pleasant. It sticks to the road and the weight transfers are little noticeable in cornering and braking. Management is also pleasant, with a good control feel.

The full part is probably the most interesting mechanical part of the RVR. Mitsubishi is not the latest entrant in the matter and this system is very effective. To maximize fuel economy, you can select the 2WD mode that transmits power to the front wheels. If necessary, the 4WD mode can be selected quickly and even locked.

The couple is then distributed to the front wheels and rear.

The Mitsubishi RVR  has several interesting points, but overall, it is not the height of its promises and it#8217;s a shame. In addition to his successful style, it still has the most generous industry warranty, 5 year/100 000 km, which secured you a good peace of mind.

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