London Ultra Low Emission Zone
Find out about the savings you can expect buying Outlander PHEV as a commerical vehicle. Exempt from the London Ultra Low Emissions Zone and Congestion Charge, Outlander PHEV offers a next-level experience of a spacious, refined and capable four wheel drive SUV, with a high capacty battery capable of 28 miles on pure electricity.
Avoid this and other clean air charges with the ultra-low emission Outlander PHEV.
London’s plug-in hybrid 4x4 SUV
The Outlander PHEV is the perfect 4X4 SUV to drive in central London. Make the switch today and do your bit to make London a cleaner place. Zero ULEZ Charge. Zero Congestion Charge.
Incredible savings for London with a plug-in hybrid
With our best-selling plug-in hybrid SUV you could save yourself thousands if you're looking for a future-proof car for London. Large, capable and versatile, easily chargeable from hundreds of charge points around the capital, and exempt from both the existing London Congestion and ULEZ charges.
”There has never been a better time for drivers to consider making the switch to electric…switching can not only save money, but also help make a difference to local air quality.”Go Ultra Low
London’s new white van
*Visit the official website for full details on the Government Plug-In Van Grant.
Buying your new Outlander PHEV
We’ve made buying a car as simple and hassle free as we can. Visit a dealership or buy from the comfort our your own home with our Mitsubishi Buy Online service and we’ll put through the plug-in grant paperwork for you.Explore Buy Online
Improving air quality for the whole of the UK
The UK's future clean air zones
Local authorities across the United Kingdom are exploring measures to create cleaner air in our towns and cities. From Aberdeen to Plymouth, councils are trialling a variety of initiatives from low emissions zones of their own, to cycle and car share incentive schemes.
Everyone has the right to clean air
Working together for air quality
Newcastle, Gateshead, North Tyneside and South Tyneside are working together to develop a plan which has already had a public consultation. The ambitious plan proposes a clean air zone, charging buses and coaches £50 a day and smaller vehicles £12.50. Other initaitives include a proposed ban on non-compliant vehicles in certain areas such as Newcastle City Centre.