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Frequently asked questions about the Mitsubishi Outlander

  • What is the Mitsubishi Outlander?
  • The Outlander is a comparatively soft-focus SUV from a company famous – in the UK at least – for either trail-ripping rally cars or old-school off-roaders. It’s been around since 2001 and is now into its third generation. It squares up to the Land Rover Discovery Sport, Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4 and Nissan X-Trail, among others. The Outlander is best known, at the moment, for its plug-in hybrid PHEV version, which has benefited from government grants incentivising such vehicles.
  • Which versions of the Mitsubishi Outlander are available?
  • There are petrol and plug-in hybrid versions of the Outlander – the diesel option was discontinued at the end of 2018. Each is available in a variety of trim levels and specifications, with varying levels of equipment, interior appointment and trim.

    The PHEV commands a premium over its exclusively fuel-burning siblings. If you were hoping for a hot Evolution version of the Outlander, or a similar performance variant, we’re sorry to disappoint. If you fancy the idea of the PHEV system combined with a capacious cargo area, Mitsubishi sells a van version of the Outlander - the first plug-in hybrid commercial vehicle to be offered in the UK.
  • What's under the skin?
  • The current Outlander shed 90kg versus the model it replaced, partly through use of high tensile strength steel in the bodywork. It has been very popular due to its PHEV option. This version is capable of more than 150mpg in certain conditions, with a 33-mile electric-only range.

    As for styling, the Outlander has more or less had the same silhouette since the second-generation car debuted in 2006. It has a modern – albeit not particularly distinctive – face and rear end. It’s not unattractive, but it’s unlikely to impress the neighbours. The functional, flair-free cabin is much the same as it has been since this generation was launched.
  • How does the Mitsubishi Outlander drive?
  • The Outlander is a comfortable and capable family SUV with seating for up to seven. The PHEV also offers the ability to drive on battery power alone, making it very versatile for urban drivers who cover short distances. It’s not terribly fast, although there is a briskness associated with electric power. Nonetheless, comfort is the priority here – not sportiness. The PHEV can be a bit noisy with its clever transmission working the petrol engine hard. Regardless, it’s better than the diesel. Rivals do what a non-hybrid Outlander does, but better.
  • How much does the Mitsubishi Outlander cost?
  • This is a big point of contention with the Outlander. Yes, the PHEV is an intriguing and, for some, very suitable prospect. It is, however, really quite expensive. SUVs like the RAV4 and Hyundai Santa Fe are arguably better, and cost similar or less money.

    You also have to consider how the electric market has evolved since the PHEV arrived in 2013. Back then, Tesla pretty much ruled the roost. Now, cars like the Kia e-Niro and Hyundai Kona Electric can offer 300 miles of electric range for a not-unreasonable sum. The number of viable EVs on the market is only due to rise. Are the Outlander PHEV’s days numbered as a result?


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