Manufactured between 2001 and 2005, the Mitsubishi Airtrek was derived from the Mitsubishi ASX (Active Sports Crossover), which was a concept model first introduced in the North American International Auto Show in the year 2001. The Mitsubishi Airtrek perfectly brings Mitsubishi’s goal into life--to offer a multi-purpose crossover vehicle that knows no season and no boundaries. Tough on the outside but even tougher on the inside, the Mitsubishi Airtrek is popular for its four-wheel driving configuration and its high ground clearance, which is coupled with gas emissions, fuel efficiency and size levels comparable to a regular car. The term “Airtrek” basically describes how it transports passengers as it can make you feel like you are as free as a bird even if you are driving on rough and hilly terrains. As the Mitsubishi Airtrek continued to surge in popularity, it became available in different generations. Soon, the term “Airtrek” was dropped and replaced by “Outlander,” which exudes an adventurous vibe.