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5 World Records in 24 Hours - See How We Did It - Mitsubishi Outlander Family

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Published on Feb 8, 2011

To demonstrate Mitsubishi's All-Wheel Control technology we set out for some unforgiving terrain in Alberta, Canada, with our Outlander crossover family. We came home with a handful of official Guinness World Records. Check out this video to see how we did it! To learn more about the Outlander family, please visit http://www.mitsubishicars.com/MMNA/js...

Comments • 36

buildmorefarms100
Mitsubishi's are amazing!
Kevin Thompson
Great information!
Joey Janolo
of course you got those records coz no other cars were on it
higgybaby1239876
Is this done with the stock all seasons?
knobudee
@hitman973 I bet my ol' 2003 Subi Forrester could give this thing a run for its money.
knobudee
@Impulsegt1 They didn't "break" any records. They "set" them. I worked with PR and Advertisement firms...Its all about word play. You say you set these records people will automatically say that you broke 5 records. It was a good move on their part to go with Guinness because most companies use some off named company. The only thing I would have liked to see them do is play against some competitors. IE Subaru, Toyota, Ford, GM
Impulsegt1
i think they broke another record by breaking 5 records in a single day.....so they actually broke 6 records that day.....thats another record broken.....so they actually broke 7 records that day.......wait thats another record broken..............so they actually broke 8 record on that day............wait............*explodes*
Loscaldazar
Time to get out my old 98 forester and break these! Anyone got Guinness's number here?
hitman973
Im pretty sure any subaru can do everything here and more and faster....FOR LESS MONEY! 
09TBLancer
@aanichin MSRP of the outlander sport with AWC is 23k, destination and handling fee of $810 pushes it closer to 24k but with mitsubishis rebates the car can typically be bought for 22k or less OTD.
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