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The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) is a revolution in 4x4 engineering. Reaching an exceptional 156mpg with emissions as low as 42g/km, this SUV combines a highly-efficient 2.0-litre petrol engine with an electric battery. And none of this comes at the expense of performance. PHEV can reach a maximum speed of 106mph, and produce 190Nm (140 lb. ft) torque at 4500rpm. It really is that good.
Outlander PHEV Features
PHEV is packed with easy-to-use features, designed to give you complete control. Charge or save your battery, activate regenerative braking or select a 4WD driving mode at the push of a button.
Mitsubishi Multi Communication System
Stay connected when driving with PHEV’s Multi Communication System. Combining hands-free calling, music and satellite navigation all on one 7-inch HD touchscreen unit, MMCS also displays your vehicle’s energy usage.
Take the hassle out of manoeuvring with PHEV’s 360° camera. Thanks to 4 cameras around the vehicle, blind spots are no problem – just choose a view and watch your surroundings on the screen.
Control your PHEV using its very own smartphone app, allowing you to adjust the climate control and monitor charge levels and timings. Without entering the vehicle, you can even set the charging timer.
Forward Collision Mitigation System
Outlander PHEV uses radar sensors to check for potential obstacles, and issues helpful warnings when danger is detected. This intelligent 4x4 will even apply the brakes to reduce the chance of collision.
Recycle PHEV’s power with its progressive Regenerative Braking function, which uses the kinetic energy generated through braking to charge the battery. Just push the central selector to maximise efficiency.
With 7 airbags alongside a host of safety features, from Super All-Wheel Control and ABS with ABD to Active Stability and Traction Control, Outlander PHEV keeps everyone protected.
Outlander PHEV is so easy to charge, just take it to any major public charging point throughout the country or charge at home with an EV charger or standard plug socket.
Outlander PHEV Colours
For the trim levels, colours and more detailed info, download or order the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV brochure
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