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Outlander PHEV

The revolutionary plug-in hybrid SUV

33 Mile Electric Range

33 Mile
electric range

Drive up to 33 miles on pure electric power, making shorter journeys cost pennies.

166 MPG

166 MPG
fuel economy

166 MPG is the official EU NEDC test figure. Achievable using EV and petrol.

542 combined mileage

542 Miles
combined range

Combine a fully charged EV battery and full tank of petrol and you can go a long way.


Ultra low co2 emissions

So low the Outlander PHEV is exempt from the London Congestion Charge.

Free Chargemaster Homecharger

Get a free Chargemaster Homecharger unit with your new Outlander PHEV and 6 months free access to the UK’s largest network of public chargers.

Learn more about home chargers

The award winning Outlander PHEV
(Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle)

From £31,749 to £43,499*

*Includes £2,500 Government Plug-in Car Grant



Compared to regular petrol or diesel SUV cars the Outlander PHEV can save you thousands of pounds in fuel costs and VED payments.

Average Annual Fuel Costs

  Outlander PHEV Petrol Vehicle Diesel Vehicle
Year 1 £245 £1,026 £836
Year 2 £245 £1,026 £836
Year 3 £245 £1,026 £836
Total over 3 year period £734 £3,078 £2,508

Vehicle Excise Duty

  Outlander PHEV Petrol Vehicle Diesel Vehicle
Year 1 £0 £290 £180
Year 2 £0 £205 £180
Year 3 £0 £205 £180
Total over 3 year period £0 £700 £540

Average Daily Fuel Costs

  Outlander PHEV Petrol Vehicle Diesel Vehicle
Average Daily Journey 22.4 22.4 22.4
Average MPG 38 48
Outlander PHEV offical EV range miles 33
Average Cost Per Litre (£'s) 1.05 1.08
Outlander PHEV Average Cost Per Charge (£'s) 1.07
Average Cost Per Mile (£'s) 0.03
Total Cost of Journey (£'s) 0.67 2.81 2.29


Savings to an Outlander PHEV owner over a 3 year period compared to a petrol or diesel equivalent vehicle.

Saving compared to a Petrol vehicle:
Saving compared to a Diesel vehicle:
The 2012 National Travel Survey (the latest version) undertaken by the Department for Transport states that the average annual mileage in the UK is now 8,200 miles per annum, or 22.4 miles per day. This is significantly less than the 33 mile EV range achieved by the Outlander PHEV. The average cost to charge the PHEV is £1.07 which is significantly less than the average cost to drive 22.4 miles on petrol (£2.81) or diesel (£2.29). This charge cost is based on a domestic plug charge for 5 hours or 16 amp home charge point for 3.5 hours. Eon 1yr Fixed Price Plan tariff of 10.930 pence per KWh - approx. cost £1.07 (January 2015). Calculations for the petrol and diesel fuel costs were obtained by using The petrol cost of £2.81 is based on a journey of 22.4 miles at 38mpg with a fuel cost of £1.05 per litre. The diesel cost of £2.29 is based on a journey of 22.4 miles at 48mpg with a fuel cost of £1.08 per litre. The VED (Vehicle Excise Duty) figures shown are calculated using average CO2 emission from the SUV segment for both diesel and petrol variants.

Outlander PHEV: The world’s first plug-in hybrid SUV

Explore the innovative features and game-changing technology of the Outlander PHEV

Outlander PHEV engine and drive train


Using twin electric motors and a highly efficient 2.0 litre petrol engine, the PHEV knows which to choose to match your driving, achieving superior fuel efficiency and optimised performance with a combined range of 542 miles.

Commute for pennies


Capable of up to 33 miles in EV mode, the average commute can be driven solely on electricity, reducing the cost to you and the environment as well as producing combined emissions of only 41 CO2 g/km.


You choose how and when the battery is used based on your preference. Put the Outlander PHEV in pure EV mode, charge the battery or save the EV power for later.


Everything you need to know, from the efficiency of your driving to the electric and petrol range is right there in front of you. You can even see the history of your recent journeys using the MMCS.

Learn more about the technology of the PHEV

New spec on the 2017 Outlander PHEV

Introducing the

Outlander PHEV 5h and 5hs

Learn more about 5h and 5hs

Outlander PHEV GX3h

features for 2016

  • Auto-Dimming Rear View Mirror
  • Chrome Window Beltline Moulding
  • C-Tec Seats
  • LED Daytime Running Lights
  • Luggage Compartment 12v Socket
  • LED Foot-well Illumination
  • Three Digit MPG Display
  • Sunglasses Pocket
  • The new GX3h+ also features:
  • Heated Front Seats
  • Electric Pre-Heater (and Air-Con function)
  • Remote Smartphone App (Android and iOS)

Outlander PHEV 4h

features for 2017

  • Electronic Parking Brake
  • Brake Auto Hold
  • EV Priority Mode
  • LED Front Fog Lamps
  • Blind Spot Warning
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert
  • Steering Wheel Heater
  • New Mitsubishi Multi Communication System
  • 360 Camera with Steering Wheel Switch
  • Super Wide Range LED Headlamps with Auto-levelling

Outlander PHEV 4hs

features for 2017

  • Electronic Parking Brake
  • Brake Auto Hold
  • EV Priority Mode
  • LED Front Fog Lamps
  • Blind Spot Warning
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert
  • Auto High Beam
  • Steering Wheel Heater
  • New Mitsubishi Multi Communication System
  • 360 Camera with Steering Wheel Switch
  • Super Wide Range LED Headlamps with Auto-levelling

Visit the Outlander Models page more detailed information on each 2017 Outlander PHEV model

Explore the Outlander PHEV Models

Driving the Outlander PHEV

The Outlander PHEV operates in three drive modes depending on the conditions and the type of driving you are doing. The PHEV moves seamlessly between these modes without any input required from the driver.

EV drive mode

EV drive mode

Electric power only

Twin motors power all four wheels using electricity from the lithium-ion battery.

Perfect for shorter journeys, the PHEV’s main battery can take the car up to 33 miles on EV power alone, producing no exhaust emissions and a smooth and near-silent drive.

Series hybrid mode

Series hybrid mode

Electric power & engine assistance

The petrol engine operates as a generator, supplying electricity to the battery which in turn powers the motors. This is a highly efficient use of fuel and occurs when the battery charge falls below a pre-determined level or when more powerful performance is required (when overtaking, or climbing a hill).

Parallel hybrid mode

Parallel hybrid mode

Engine power & motor assistance

The petrol engine provides most of the power, with assistance from the motors when required. This is used only for high-speed motoring.

Control at your fingertips

While the PHEV can manage power distribution without input from the driver, you also have complete freedom to implement the cars' energy generating systems as you want, to meet the needs of your journey.

PHEV drive mode selector

Regenerative braking

The PHEV is able to capture the kinetic energy created from braking to charge the battery during normal driving. Switch on regenerative braking by sliding the central selector to the “B” position. Fine tune the amount of braking on the fly with the steering wheel mounted paddle controls.

Regenerative braking controls

Charge and save

To maximise battery efficiency you can choose to have the petrol engine charge it directly by pressing the “CHRG” button.

By selecting the “SAVE” button you can tell the PHEV not to use the battery if you want to save it for later.

Outlander PHEV Features

Outlander PHEV smart phone app

Smart phone app for Android and iOS

Ready the car for the journey without even stepping inside it with the multi-function app for the Outlander PHEV. Remotely control the climate control, view the current charge level and time left to charge. You can even set when you want the Outlander PHEV to charge itself.

Available from App Store and Google Play.

Mobile App Security
Mitsubishi Multi communication system

Mitsubishi Multi Communication System (MMCS)

Your complete entertainment, navigation and communication system, the MMCS features DAB radio, iPod connection, satellite navigation and Bluetooth phone connection.

The MMCS also gives you a complete overview of the battery and power usage of the vehicle, showing your previous journeys as well as current information.

Safety pack

Advanced Safety Features

The Outlander PHEV is packed with the latest safety features, including Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Collision Mitigation and Lane Departure warning. Equipped with a 360˚ camera, ABS with EBD and Super All-wheel Control.

Learn more about safety features
Outlander PHEV charging point

Charging Convenience

The Outlander PHEV can be charged at all major public charging points throughout the UK. It can also be charged at home from a standard plug socket or dedicated EV charger.

Learn more about Charging

Outlander PHEV exterior 360

Drag the scroll bar below to rotate the PHEV

Take an interactive tour of the Outlander PHEV interior

PHEV interior cabin
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Questions about the PHEV?

Read our Frequently Asked Questions