New Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Overview
Now powered by an uprated 2.4-litre petrol engine and 13.8 kWh battery pack, the Outlander PHEV offers a range of more than 400-miles and 28-miles on electric power alone. Around town you’ll use no petrol at all and when you do need a burst of power, just plant your right foot to call on the petrol engine. Easy. Switch between EV Power Mode, Series Hybrid Mode, and Parallel Hybrid mode and enjoy the reassurance of S-AWC all-wheel drive. A new Sport button adds sharpness to the drive and with features like a powered tailgate, heated windscreen and 360° parking camera available as standard, your everyday adventures have never been easier.
The Outlander PHEV is a picture of confidence. It stands tall and proud with carefully designed bodywork to improve aero efficiency. The result is a car that looks great, offers loads of space yet emits just 46 g/km CO2.
Comfort and refinement are baked in. Drive in EV Power Mode for a silent drive, or in Series Hybrid Mode or Parallel Hybrid mode for the best of both worlds. The drivetrain operates seamlessly while the S-AWC system delivers flawless traction.
With its 463-litre boot and powered tailgate on 4H models onwards, the Outlander PHEV is designed for everyday family life. There’s a 2,000kg towing capacity and ISOFIX child seat mounting points on both rear outermost seats.
Living with it
Life is made simpler with features like Blind Spot Warning, Automatic High Beam, Adaptive Cruise Control and an electronic parking brake. Premium Nappa leather upholstery and a premium Alpine audio system are standard on 5H models.
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New mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Reviews
The Outlander is about as green as something with an engine can be. WhatCar?
The seats are comfortable and the fixtures and fittings have a pleasant durability about them. Autocar
The Outlander PHEV’s a bit of a game-changer. Top Gear