Mitsubishi Launches Outlander PHEV Juro Special Edition In The UK [46 Pics]

Mitsubishi UK has just added a new special edition boasting more standard equipment to the Outlander PHEV’s range.

UK’s best-selling plug-in hybrid is now available in the limited edition Juro which is basically Mitsubishi’s way of throwing a free infotainment system with DVD, TomTom satellite navigation, smartphone integration and DAB radio in the GX3+ trim level. Oh, and there’s a new emblem with the model’s name on the bonnet too.

The new Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Juro also comes with host of other features as standard, including cruise control, 18-inch alloys, heated front seats and dual-zone climate control.

The powertrain remains as is, consisting of a 2-litre petrol engine and an electric motor mounted on each axle for a combined output of 200hp and 32 miles of pure electric driving range. As a result, the official combined fuel economy is an impressive 156mpg UK while CO2 emissions are rated at 42g/km on the European test cycle.

Since the model’s official UK launch, Mitsubishi has sold more than 25,000 Outlander PHEVs in the this market alone, paving the way for the company’s future plans that include a full SUV offensive, complete with electrified powertrains.

As for the Outlander PHEV Juro, price is set at £32,749 (including the UK government’s plug-in grant), which is exactly the same with the GX3+ trim level.

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  • Craig

    That’s very nice looking. The interior is a little plain – but other than that…..

  • coming to a junction near you to dither.
    are those tiny wheels an option?

  • Kash

    This doesn’t really have the kind of styling that can carry lettering on the hood like Range Rover’s. The massive Mitsu emblem doesn’t help that either.

  • Fling3t

    I see loads of these around town where I live, I think there are more phevs than diesel ones, even if it’s not the best looking SUV I kinda like it…

  • Bash

    well put together!!… Its just reminds me of the older Subaru legacy…

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