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The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) is a revolution in 4x4 engineering. Reaching an exceptional 156mpg with emissions as low as 42g/km, this SUV combines a highly-efficient 2.0-litre petrol engine with an electric battery. And none of this comes at the expense of performance. PHEV can reach a maximum speed of 106mph, and produce 190Nm (140 lb. ft) torque at 4500rpm. It really is that good.
Outlander PHEV Features
From behind the Outlander PHEV’s wheel, various features such as power saving, eco mode, and regenerative braking give you complete control over how and when the battery is used.
Mitsubishi Multi Communication System
With the Outlander PHEV’s multi-communication system, you benefit from a complete overview of the battery and power usage in addition to entertainment and navigation functionality.
The Outlander PHEV’s safety kit is extensive and includes Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Collision Mitigation, Lane Departure Warning, ABS with EBD, and a 360-degree camera.
With a smartphone app available on iOS and Android, you can remotely adjust the climate control, see how much juice the battery has, and even decide the charging start time before stepping inside.
Thanks to an extremely efficient 2.0-litre petrol engine, twin electric motors, and a lithium-ion battery all working together, the Outlander PHEV is a hybrid capable of achieving up to 156 MPG.
The Outlander PHEV can still provide all-terrain ability with Mitsubishi’s Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC), which enables electronically controlled, on-demand off-roading.
The Outlander PHEV is exempt from Vehicle Excise Duty as well as the London Congestion Charge, as it produces ultra-low, best-in-class CO2 emissions of just 42 g/km.
You can plug the Outlander PHEV into all major public charging points across the UK as well as at home via a standard mains socket to ensure you never run out of battery life.
Outlander PHEV Colours
For the trim levels, colours and more detailed info, download or order the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV brochure
Changes to the hybrid system mean it now gets from 0-25mph two seconds quicker than the old model – so it feels a good deal more spritely off the lights – yet fuel economy has been improved and CO2 emissions lowered
itsubishi’s Outlander plug-in hybrid has become such a hit in the UK since its introduction two years ago that it currently accounts for a staggering 50% of sales in the EV and PHEV sector
Can deliver exceptional economy on shorter runs, and combines a tempting price with impressive refinement, making it the pick of the range