So its 9:00 p.m. Wednesday night and I’m having separation anxiety. From a car. Crazy right?
For the past week, I have been driving the 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE AWC and we’ve kinda bonded. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I first saw the car. It was smaller than what I envisioned and wasn’t crazy about the body style, but did I mention that we bonded?
My parents were visiting from North Carolina over the weekend and it was the perfect car to drive them around DC in and see the sites. First thing my mom commented on was the panoramic glass roof. This I have to say was one of my favorite features. My current vehicle doesn’t have a sunroof, so to be able to have a large view of the sky was amazing. Did I mention how the roof is outlined in lights at nighttime? So imagine Christmas-like lights in your car. #winning
The Outlander is the perfect-size crossover vehicle. If you want a truck, but don’t want a larger SUV, this car is great. And if you live or work in a city were parallel park is necessary, the Outlander comes with a backup camera. Another one of my favorite features.
Of course my mom and I went shopping and the trunk offered ample room for all our bags and packages. A girl can never have enough trunk space.
So by Monday, I was already enjoying the car and then it pulled me in a little more with the seat warmers. Monday morning was cold and the seat warmers were clutch on my commute to the city.
What sealed my fond affection for the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport was the Sirius radio. Now I have to make a confession. I listen to the radio about 2% of the time. I absolutely hate the radio because they repeat the same songs over and over again. But guess who couldn’t get enough of Sirius. Your girl Yaya. I programmed in my favorite stations and jammed all weekend.
So that’s why I’m sad right now. Waiting on the car to be picked up and I don’t want to give it up. I sat in my car last night for the first time in a week and I was like “BLAH! My car isn’t as cool as I thought it was.” #driveMitsubishi