The Outlander doesn't get the attention it probably deserves, especially given its popularity in the market. Compelling value and quality inclusions headline the GSR PHEV variant.
The first plug-in hybrid SUV to go on sale in Australia has had its fourth update in five years. And the changes are more than skin deep.
The Mitsubishi Outlander keeps on keeping on, thanks to regular updates. The 2020 Exceed model gets a better infotainment system and clever 'S-AWC' all-wheel drive, plus the welcome third seating row remains. It's as solid as a rock, and about as exciting – but that's okay.
The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV gets a bigger battery and engine for 2020, and a new Sports mode built into its trick AWD system. This remains an under-appreciated offering in Australia, despite huge success in Europe.
Mitsubishi's plug-in hybrid SUV has a promising mix of electric drive and petrol flexibility, but is it any good?
It may be new and novel today, but plug-in hybrid technology will slowly infiltrate the mainstream. Right now, Mitsubishi holds a place in the early adopter queue with the Outlander PHEV, but is this the next chapter in Australia’s motoring future?
Yes, it's boring, and yes, it doesn't get your pulse racing, but the Outlander is an excellent and affordable option in this segment. We reckon the LS grade is the pick of the bunch too.
Electrification is the buzz word rocking the automotive world, and premium automakers are falling over themselves to join the race. All the while Mitsubishi has quietly offered plug-in hybrid technology on its Outlander SUV for years.
The 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is an economical SUV for the daily grind. But how does it handle towing and long distance?
A swag of new safety features headline the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander update – but is it enough for it to keep up with the pack?
The 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has been revised to provide better driveability, better handling, increased fuel efficiency and, with the high-grade Exceed, all the safety kit you need.