If you regularly use your car for long journeys, particularly on motorways, and are looking for a car that can handle a high mileage both in terms of efficiency and reliability, then look no further than the Mitsubishi Outlander Phev 2.0 4WD GX3h 5 Door Auto.
With an engine size of 1988cc, capable of doing 0-60mph in 11 seconds, a top speed of 106mph and a tank range of 1471 miles, the 5 seater Outlander Phev is considered one of the best 4×4 SUVs currently available in the UK market. Features include:
- Electronic traction control.
- Rear parking sensors.
- Isofix preparation
- Regenerative brakes
- Automatic air conditioning.
- Individually controlled heated front seats.
- Audio system with digital media card reader, touch screen and CD player that reads MP3 CDs.Alloy & leather multi-function steering wheel with tilt adjustment and telescopic adjustment
- Alloy/leather multi-function steering wheel with tilt and telescopic adjustment
In more Mitsubishi news, the Japanese car firm has improved the Outlander Phev further with the introduction of the new model, which is being dubbed ‘the world’s first plug-in hybrid SUV’. Through the use of two electric motors and an über efficient 2.0 litre petrol engine, the hybrid Phev can achieve a superior fuel efficiency and combine it with optimal performance. It is capable of 32.5 miles in EV mode, which means the average commute can be driven entirely on electricity, or when in full hybrid mode it gives a combined range of 510 miles. The driver can pick and choose when they want to use the battery, but if it does need recharging simply pull into one of the many public charging points throughout the UK or, more conveniently, it can also be charged at home from a standard plug socket or dedicated EV charger. Perhaps most impressively, the multi-function app for the Mitsubishi Phev, which is available from App Store and Google Play, allows you to control the climate control, view the current charge limit, check how much time there is left for the car to charge and you can also set when you want the vehicle to charge itself.