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New Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV
large capacity battery will take you 28 miles in pure electric mode. Add the
2.4-litre engine to the calculations and you’ve got a combined range of over
400 miles. And with the Outlander’s ability to capture kinetic energy through
regenerative braking, you have all the benefits of electric, without any of the
worries of running out of energy.
There are several ways to charge the Outlander PHEV, including over 6,000 charging locations across the UK. It takes as little as 25 minutes to charge your PHEV vehicle up to 80% at a Quick Charger.
The drive battery can be charged via a standard UK wall socket which we recommend uses a dedicated electrical circuit, checked by a qualified electrician. 7 hours (230V 8A) - 5.5 hours (230V 10A)
A dedicated home charger is one that is installed outside your home by a trained electrician. We recommend the Po d Point and Chargemaster brands. 4 hours
A quick charger can provide up to 80% charge in as little as 25 minutes, making them the quickest way to charge in the UK. Commonly found at motorway service stations and close to major roads. 25 mins
You'll find fast chargers in supermarket car parks, shopping centres and anywhere else a car can be left for an extended period – sometimes even workplaces. 4 hours
Want to know when your
OUTLANDER PHEV is fully charged? Mitsubishi Remote Control will tell you. You
can also remotely set charging times or programme it to pre-heat or cool the
cabin, so when you get back to your car, it’s the perfect temperature for you.
The innovative technology means you’ll be running on electric power more often. And fewer trips to the petrol station means greater savings.
Commute for pennies a day
A full electric charge will cost you less than £1.00 and it will take you 28 miles. To put that into context, the average commute is around 5 miles. The Outlander PHEV will cost you around 15p a day in daily running costs, and you might find yourself hardly having to use the petrol engine at all.
Good news for London drivers
The Outlander PHEV is exempt from the congestion charge and ultra-low emissions zone. To take advantage of this, you first need to register your vehicle, which is subject to an administrative fee.
Save thousands in Company Car Tax
Every company car has a Benefit in Kind (BIK) percentage band. This is based on CO2 emissions, and a P11D value. The Outlander PHEV's low CO2 emissions put the SUV in the lowest BIK band, with just 16% (Tax Year 2019/20) . Over the years, you could save thousands.
What’s the difference
between Hybrid, EV, and PHEV?
A hybrid vehicle uses both a petrol engine and electric motors, with the battery charging only when the vehicle is in motion. In contrast, an electric vehicle –or EV– is powered by battery only, which gets charged from an external power supply.
A Plug-in Hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) has a petrol engine and a battery which can be recharged from an external power supply. So it’s not only convenient to charge, it’s more versatile because you’ve got two forms of power working in harmony.
Charge the battery as you drive
Kinetic energy is generated naturally as the vehicle brakes. To help you keep your battery charge topped up, the Outlander PHEV makes use of this energy. In other words, the electric motor is using the vehicle's momentum to recover energy that would be otherwise lost to the brake discs as heat. A paddle selector on the steering wheel allows you to control the amount of energy you regenerate. Choose from of six levels depending on driving conditions. The other benefit of this innovative technology is it's more eco-friendly: you'll be relying on the petrol engine less often.
Total control at your fingertips
You can select the Outlander PHEV to run on electricity alone by using the EV Priority switch. During these times, as well as being cheaper per mile, the car will run almost silently. Just imagine, you could be gliding through the city streets or country roads in the early hours and no one will be disturbed.
Better than an ordinary SUV
The Outlander PHEV has twin technologically advanced electric drive motors mounted on the front and rear axle. This allows the vehicle to travel at speeds of up to 135km/h (85 mph) in pure EV mode. It means the car offers a smoother drive, there's no 'shift shock' when changing gear, and it's virtually silent.
Greater control all round
The Outlander PHEV is the only car available with a twin motor 4WD System teamed with S-AWC (Super All Wheel Control) technology. Originally invented for our rally cars, S-AWC automatically distributes torque and traction to each wheel. The result is a 4WD system that offers better stability and performance on various driving conditions.
Park your SUV with ease
The Outlander PHEV's four cameras generate a 360 degree view of the space around the car allowing you can see obstacles in every direction. In other words, parking is a breeze.
A clear view in no time at all
Heated wires throughout the windscreen clear the glass of fog or frost. Your windscreen will be clear in a lot less time than if you were using the heater/defroster.
Loading and unloading made easy
Ever tried to open your tailgate with arms full of equipment or groceries? We know what it's like. That's why the Outlander PHEV's power tailgate gives you three options: you can either use the key fob, a button on the dashboard, or a button on the tailgate itself to open and close it.
A fusion of protection and performance
The distinctive front of the vehicle is called the ‘Dynamic Shield’. It not only frames the car's face with dramatic lines, it makes the vehicle more streamlined, which improves performance. It also offers protection to the car and its passengers.
Keep your field of vision clear
Sensors detect the amount of rain and light and automatically turn on the windscreen wipers or lights as needed.
See more of the road ahead
The stylish headlamps feature LED lighting for both high and low beam. They auto-level based on your load. This means they'll always be pointing where they should and won't dazzle oncoming motorists. The LED fog lamps illuminate the road ahead with white light for a better, clearer view. LED daytime running lights come on automatically when the car is in motion, to make you more visible to other drivers, pedestrians and cyclists.
Don’t leave anything behind
The 463 litre boot space means you can pack in everything from suitcases to pushchairs. And the rear seatbacks can be folded down, allowing it to swallow a couple of mountain bikes whole. There's also a space beneath the rear luggage floor, which is ideal for storing the charging cable.
Expand your world
The Smartphone Link Display Audio system allows you to seamlessly integrate your device. Android Auto™: By just connecting your Android™ Smartphone to SDA, you can operate your favourite apps through voice commands, letting you focus on the road for safer driving. Apple CarPlay: Connecting your iPhone to SDA lets you easily operate maps, music, calls, messages and more through Siri. SDA helps you intuitively do what you want on your iPhone, even on the road.
Comfortable on any journey
Dynamic and well shaped seats deliver a higher support function. The Outlander PHEV is also available with electronically adjustable driver’s seat and heated front seats.
Important info at a glance
The Multi-information Display shows various vehicle information including driving range, EV drive ratio, energy flow and S-AWC indicator.
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