The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is a truly great SUV. It is exceptionally spacious,
exceedingly quiet and especially comfortable, enveloping you in a supportive
hug no matter how long the journey.
It is a proper SUV, with proper 4-wheel drive.
And it is lavishly appointed and supremely safe, providing a comprehensive
package of active safety features to match just about any car at any price.
But the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is more than simply a good SUV; it is a
plug-in hybrid electric SUV. So it offers you a truly practical alternative to
the conventional internal combustion engine.
Commited to a Lighter Footprint
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has long recognised the role that electricity could play in powering cars
and has spent around half a century in developing the technology.
The Outlander PHEV is, essentially, an electric car without the range anxiety. In EV mode it can travel up
to 28 miles, which is ample distance for the average daily commute. Thereafter it switches seamlessly
to power from the petrol engine, giving you a range of many hundreds of miles.
So if most of your journeys are on the short side you are perfectly positioned to embrace this plug-in
technology. And perfectly poised to reduce your impact on both emissions and the planet’s dwindling
resources of fossil fuels.
Singular, Yet So Familiar
The Outlander PHEV may be different, yet it is remarkably normal to drive. Its default mode is
electric power: silent, emission-free and with instant torque. When more power is needed the
2.4 litre petrol engine acts as a generator, whilst for longer periods of high-speed motoring it
simply takes over.
But you don’t need to change a thing. In fact, you won’t even be aware of a transition; you’ll
simply enjoy an entirely seamless transmission of power.
The Outlander PHEV is the best selling plug-in hybrid in Britain by far. This is hardly surprising.
After all, it really is in a class of its own.
Saving Money in the Real World
139.7mpg: that’s the official figure. If your regular journeys are a mix of town and/or
country roads interspersed with stretches of faster carriageway and they are less
than around 28 miles between charging opportunities, you could achieve better
than this; indeed, some drivers achieve many hundreds of miles on a single gallon
of fuel. But remember, on longer high-speed journeys the PHEV relies mainly on
the petrol engine, so fuel consumption will become comparable with that of a
conventional petrol-powered car.
But it’s not simply about saving money on fuel. The PHEV is not subject to
road tax in the first year and is exempt from the London congestion charge
too: a real boon for city travellers. And company car drivers can save literally
thousands of pounds in tax in comparison with ICE driven cars, whilst there
are further financial benefits for companies.
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