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All the basics, including comfort, confident handling and unique style, are in place, but the Outlander needs more power to keep up with its rivals. After years of losing potential market share, Mitsubishi will jump into the mini SUV fray with their new Outlander for 2003. Built on a wheelbase of 103.3 inches, measuring 179.1 inches in length and weighing in at 3461 pounds (3240 for two-wheel-drive models), the Outlander is virtually identical to the Honda CR-V in size. With a prominent hood bulge and a large grille that dips down into the front fascia, the Outlander tries to look more brute-ute than cute-ute. Smooth flanks and a likewise clean tail (with clear lens taillights on XLS models) complete the Outlander's uncluttered look. Up top, a tubular roof rack can be configured to carry anything from surfboards to bicycles.