As time goes on, alternative fuel methods like Hybrids, Plug-In Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) and Electric Vehicles (EVs) are becoming more common and car shoppers keep wanting more. Mitsubishi decided to branch out and offer a PHEV version of the Outlander to help offer more variety for a diverse car buying public.
The 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is everything people already love about the Outlander, but with the added benefit of PHEV fuel efficiency. The Outlander PHEV is still capable of off-road greatness and still has a gasoline engine to back it when electric power is drained, but it might take some time for some drivers to believe it deserves equal footing next to the Outlander PHEV. This chart illustrates some of the standout available features on the Outlander PHEV.
Powertrain & Performance
Interior Comfort & Features
Safety Technology & Equipment
|2.0L 4-Cylinder Hybrid Engine
|2 USB Inputs
|Multi-View Camera System
|1-Speed Direct-Drive Transmission
|12V Accessory Outlet
|Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
|Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control
|Forward Collision Mitigation
|117 Horsepower/137 lb-ft of Torque
|Bluetooth®, Android Auto™, and Apple CarPlay® Compatible
|Lane Departure and Blind Spot Warning Systems
Time will tell if the PHEV format is here to stay or not. PHEVs might be pushed out by either EVs or hybrids. And yet, they might end up surpassing the other power methods because of their ability to go from all-electric daily city driving to long distance easier than EVs while also offering the convenience of nightly charging in your own home. Fans of high-tech interiors and modern safety equipment will find themselves excited to step up to higher trim levels like the GT or SEL. Those who would consider the model because of All-Wheel Control will be glad to know every trim comes standard with the technology.