Mitsubishi Recycling Programme
Mitsubishi vehicle owners can now dispose of their waste automotive, portable and Industrial batteries (from electric/hybrid vehicles) free of charge.
As the official importer and distributor of Mitsubishi passenger cars and light commercial vehicles in the UK, The Colt Car Company Ltd wants to ensure that vehicles we have imported are taken back and recycled in an environmentally friendly manner. This is in accordance with the EC Directive (2000/53/EC) on End of Life Vehicles (ELVs) and the relevant UK Regulations implementing that Directive.
From 1st January 2007 all Mitsubishi ELVs imported and distributed by The Colt Car Company Ltd will be taken back free of charge, from the last owner, at any one of our authorised take-back points. This is provided that the vehicle still contains all its major components and does not have additional waste in it.
Our authorised take-back points will issue you with a Certificate of Destruction (COD), which is required by the DVLA as proof of de-registration and destruction of your Mitsubishi vehicle.
Disposal of Car Batteries
As a producer of industrial batteries under the Waste Batteries and Accumulators Regulations 2009, we The Colt Car Company Ltd produce Lithium-Ion batteries as used for the Outlander PHEV & the I-MiEV*. We are obliged to take back free of charge, waste industrial batteries supplied to an end user for treatment and recycling.
We are required to do this in any calendar year we place new industrial batteries on the market. If any of our customers or in certain cases other end users, require us to take back Industrial batteries, they should contact us at www.cartakeback.com, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call Cartakeback Info-line on 0845 257 32 33 or call the Colt Car Company Ltd on 01285 657757 We will agree the necessary arrangements for the return, proper treatment and recycling of the waste industrial batteries. *See below vehicle Battery Information
As a producer of automotive batteries under the Waste Batteries and Accumulators Regulations 2009, we The Colt Car Company Ltd are obliged to collect, free of charge and within a reasonable time, waste automotive batteries for treatment and recycling from final holders e.g. garages, scrap yards, end-of-life vehicle Authorised Treatment Facilities, Civic Amenity Sites, etc. We are required to do this in any calendar year we place new automotive batteries on the market.
If you require us to take back any automotive batteries, please contact us www.cartakeback.com, email email@example.com or call Cartakeback Info-line on 0845 257 32 33 or call the Colt Car Company Ltd on 01285 657757. We will agree the necessary arrangements for the collection, proper treatment and recycling of the waste automotive batteries.
Drive Battery i-MiEV
- Storage: 16kWh
- Capacity: 48Ah
- Max performance: 63kW
- Cell voltage: 3.6 – 4.1volt. The difference between discharged and charged: 0.5V
- 10 modules of each 8 Lithium-ion cells and 2 modules of 4 Lithium-ion cells all in series. Total 88 cells.
- Total voltage: 315 – 360V
Drive Battery Outlander PHEV
- Storage: 12kWh
- Capacity: 38Ah
- Max performance: 60kW
- Cell voltage: 3.6 – 4.1volt
- 10 modules of each 8 Lithium-ion cells and 2 modules of 4 Lithium-ion cells all in series. Total 80 cells.
- Total voltage: 288 – 330V
- ≥MY17: 12kWh, 40Ah, 70kW