The outlander's positives outweigh negatives
The car overall is good quality, however, there are some dislikes. As for the likes: the body style is sporty and sleek, and the interior is nice material-wise and easy to clean. The car is also very roomy (seats seven),and is great if you have little ones. I have the back row down and is plenty of room for strollers, suitcases, even a bike (not all at once). The back window is really wide and makes for a clear view, although if you try to look out the side windows it becomes a giant blind-spot. There's a back-windshield wiper which is a nice feature, as well as radio controls on the steering wheel. The AC unit in the outlander is possibly my favorite feature, Florida in the summer can easily heat the interior well into the hundred degrees, the AC really has some power and cools the car down in no time. For the dislikes: being a 2015, I thought the outlander would be a smoother ride and have a more upgraded radio display. It is the most basic model, though there are many basic 2015 SUV models with Bluetooth and driver assistance etc. The cup holders are oddly far in the front of the dashboard and can become distracting at times while driving reaching around for your drink. Performance wise the car takes a bit to accelerate, and while there is an eco-feature which would be listed under likes if it didn't slow the acceleration twice as much. It is also a bit of a louder ride both inside and outside, the engine noise is a bit of a bother. Overall I would say I'm happy with the outlander.