7 Reasons to choose an Outlander PHEV
The UK's best-selling Plug-in Hybrid is number one for a reason... well, seven reasons.
The award-winning Outlander PHEV means different things to the people who drive it. Some love the eco-friendly lifestyle it provides them, others love the freedom of the superior 4WD. Here are seven reasons you might fall for the Outlander PHEV.
Got a spare minute?
You can plug it in
The beauty of a plug-in hybrid is that it doesn't need petrol to charge itself like a normal hybrid. It takes electricity from the mains, meaning it can go much further on electrity, so the school run or commute can be done using next to no fuel.
So you visit the petrol station less.
No anxiety with a range of 372 miles
It could save you money
139 mpg and 46g/km CO2 means your running costs can be a lot lower.
Company Car Drivers can enjoy low Benefit In Kind (BIK) because the CO2 is so low and it's exempt from Clean Air Zone charges like London's ULEZ and doesn't pay the Congestion Charge.
It's got Electric 4WD
Outlander PHEV stays true to Mitsubishi's heritage of off-road exploration, with a 4WD system pioneered by the rally-winning Lancer Evolution.
The powerful twin electric motors also provide a smooth, responsive driving experience that few petrol cars can match, with instant torque providing control and power exactly when you need them.
Peace of mind
You get a 5 year manufacturer warranty and an 8 year battery warranty
Our comprehensive warranty covers 5 years or 62,000 miles, so you can relax and enjoy your car knowing that in the event of an issue, your local Mitsubishi dealer will be there to help and you.
5 Year Warranty
Comprehensive coverage for 5 years / 62,000 miles
3 Years Breakdown Cover
Our pan-European roadside service is there when you need us
Lifetime Accident Aftercare
In the event of an accident, we'll take care of everything
Go green with Outlander PHEV
10,000 Free Green Miles
Emissions and Fuel Economy Information
These figures were obtained using a combination of battery power and fuel. The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is a plug-in hybrid vehicle requiring mains electricity for charging. Figures shown are for comparability purposes. Only compare fuel consumption, CO₂ and electric range figures with other cars tested to the same technical procedures. These figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including, accessories fitted (post-registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load.