Updated Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Priced From £35,455 In The UK

UK buyers in the market for the plug-in hybrid version of Mitsubishi’s Outlander can now choose from a revised range that boasts the following six variants: Verve, Design, Dynamic, Dynamic Safety, Exceed and Exceed Safety.

Power continues to come from a 2.4-liter petrol engine working alongside two electric motors, resulting in full-time four wheel drive regardless of driving mode. Mitsubishi claims a fully-electric range of 28 miles (45 km) and CO2 emissions of just 46g/km.

All new Outlander PHEV models come standard with revised seating with electric lumbar support, as well as re-contoured rear seats for improved comfort and support. The dashboard meanwhile has new climate controls and a larger infotainment system.

Opting for the entry-level Verve trim means spending a minimum of £35,455 ($44,000). In return for that you get DAB radio, heated front seats, dual-zone climate control, keyless operation, rear parking sensors, rear spoiler, cruise control, electric folding door mirrors, LED DRLs, headlight washers, automatic headlights and more.

The Design trim comes with 18-inch alloys, plus the automaker’s new 8-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and integrated reversing camera – all for £36,455 ($45,200).

Also read: 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Found By KBB To Be Just…Well, Average

Then there’s the Dynamic trim, priced from £38,555 ($47,800). It adds leather upholstery, an eight-way adjustable electric driver’s seat, black headlining, blind spot warning and rear cross traffic alert. The Exceed variant meanwhile comes with integrated TomTom sat-nav, diamond quilted leather upholstery, LED headlights with LED high beam, LED fog lights, 360-degree camera, heated steering wheel, a power tailgate and twin rear USB sockets for £40,955 ($50,800).

As for Dynamic Safety (£41,055/$50,900) and Exceed Safety (£43,455/$53,900) models, they add Forward Collision Mitigation, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning, Ultrasonic Misacceleration mitigation System, automatic high-beam and front and rear parking sensors to their non-Safety specs.

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  • Bige Lee

    Good car but everything else is better.

  • xrnzaaas

    That’s a lot of money for a car that looks like it came from the early 2000s.

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