The 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport 2.4 SEL AWC Review


ThaBoxingVoice went on another expedition to South Florida to visit Guillermo Rigondeaux and get footage of the lifestyle during training camp. Going on this trip, we knew we would encounter humid and stormy weather so of course, TBV needed a vehicle that had grit but was sleek in its look as well. The 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport 2.4 SEL AWC gave us all that and more. The perfection of the power-steering abilities with Lane Keeping Assist is something to marvel over and the tires on this vehicle lead to easy and smooth drives in the rainy Florida weather. The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport had a curvy exterior along with a spacious interior.

During the trip, we were unexpectedly surprised with the invitation to go check out the WBC and WBA welterweight champion Keith Thurman. Once we got the go, we realized we had an 8-hour commute to Tampa and back. We did not mind the commute since we were able to drive comfortably with the spacious room inside the cabin. Moreover, the multitude of USB ports allowed us to easily charge our equipment for “Camp Life” filming. Having this many USB ports is a plus for podcasters like us since we frequently need to charge battery packs phones as well as other gadgets which for the modern-day lifestyle that many others live is perfect. The amount of trunk space was also great for all of TBV’s camera equipment.

Furthermore, the smart driving capabilities of the Outlander made it feel like a car from the future. As if a benevolent Skynet was driving the vehicle more than we were. The Outlander Sport alerts you if you veer into another lane with it’s Lane Keeping Assist. In addition, if you get too close to an object like a wall or car, it automatically hits the breaks for you. The number of safety features this automobile comes equipped with and the specs offered makes it a perfect vehicle for the daily commuter allowing them to feel comfortable driving alone or your family around.