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A face that's hard to read. No longer trying to mimic the Evo.
Only the wheels say "GT."
The 2007-2013 exterior was much more distinctive and sportier. But it didn't seem to sell cars...
Also no beauty, but fewer odd details.
Much more massive overhangs than the 2007-2013 Outlander.
Perhaps the new Outlander's most attractive angle. Thoroughly generic.
Unconvincing fake wood, dated controls, and bland styling undermine upscale ambitions.
2007-2013 Outlander was also sportier inside. But even with upholstered panels not at all upscale.
Even with a hard plastic instrument panel the Kia seems more upscale inside.
Dated appearance despite being all-new.
Too many small or obscured buttons. Splendid magnesium shift paddles are wasted in this vehicle.
Good height off the floor, plus generous legroom when all the way back.
A real seat in the third row this year, but as tight as they come. Covered in leather, but why?
The third row in the 2007-2013 Outlander was just a piece of cloth slung over a perimeter frame.
Much less cargo room behind the third row than in the 2007-2013 Outlander. The deep well is gone.
Headrests must be removed to fold the seats. Decent space once you do.
Flat, level load floor with both rows folded, at the expense of 9 cubic feet of cargo volume.
Ultra-low rear cargo floor in the 2007-2013 Outlander. The opening extended down into the bumper.
I've never come across a hidden switch to toggle between tipping and folding before.
Stronger than a four, but weak for a V6. Good EPA figures.