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THE SMARTER WAY TO SUV

Scroll to see why the Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Hybrid Electric SUV is smarter than other SUVs.

HOW MUCH CAN YOU SAVE?

$2733
Your 3-year savings estimate
1 year
$911
1 year
1 Month
$70
1 Month
Use our calculator below to find out how much the Outlander PHEV can help you save.*
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GO FARTHER THAN YOU MIGHT THINK

Don’t just go green — go far. By using the two electric motors and the gas engine in the most efficient ways, you can go far before having to recharge or refuel.

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle that can run on both electricity and gas — helping you save fuel and money. It’s everything you want in an SUV, but without the waste.

For up to 35 km, the Outlander PHEV can drive as a zero-emissions battery-powered vehicle. When the battery is depleted, the vehicle continues on utilizing its gasoline engine.

The Outlander PHEV automatically chooses between the three different drive modes, helping you get the most efficient drive and reduce your fuel costs.

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THE DRIVE MODES

PLUG IN ANYWHERE

Charging the Outlander PHEV is as simple as plugging it in to any standard 120V wall outlet, like the one in your garage. If you’re on a long road trip with no outlet in sight, simply fill up your gas tank at any regular gas station.

LEARN MORE ABOUT CHARGING

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is a PHEV?

A plug-in hybrid electric vehicle that has both an electric motor and a gasoline engine. It runs primarily on electricity and uses gas when it needs added power or the battery is depleted.

How does it save me money?

By being able to power the vehicle primarily through electricity, PHEVs reduce the amount of gas drivers use. And because the cost of electricity is lower than gas — it saves you money.

How do I charge it?

There are multiple ways to charge the Outlander PHEV.

To learn more about the different ways you can charge it, click here.

How far can I go?

The Outlander PHEV can go up to 499 km combined between electric motor and gas engine use before needing to refuel or recharge.

What is the difference between EVs, hybrids and PHEVs?

Electric Vehicles run only on electricity and have no backup gasoline engine if the battery runs out.

Hybrid Electric Vehicles run primarily on gas, with electric support. A small battery is charged by a generator which is powered by the gasoline engine, and cannot be plugged in. This gives it a limited electric drive range, with the gas engine almost always in use.

Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles run on electricity and gas. The difference between a PHEV and a hybrid is that a PHEV battery can be recharged by plugging it into a standard wall outlet, as well as through the use of an on-board generator, and it has a larger battery. This gives you a longer electric driving distance and allows you stay in electric-only mode longer, too.

Does the Outlander PHEV qualify for any rebates or incentives?

Yes. Depending on what province you live in, Provincial Incentive Programs may be available to residents who purchase an Outlander PHEV.

See Provincial Rebates.

Does the Outlander PHEV qualify for HOV/Reserved lanes?

Yes. Depending on which province you live in, the Outlander PHEV can give you access to HOV or Reserved lanes where available.

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*Savings calculator is purely a guide and not a guarantee of actual savings. Savings can potentially be much higher than noted using regenerative braking and charging more than once a day. Actual values of energy consumption or cost will vary depending on external elements such as road and weather conditions, driving behaviours, vehicle maintenance and lithium-ion battery age. Savings are calculated from the cost of your monthly travel (total kilometres x fuel cost ÷ fuel economy of your current vehicle), and working out how many of your monthly kilometres can be done on electricity and how many require gas, then combining these into a total cost for Outlander PHEV and working out the difference. Consumption ratings used for Outlander PHEV are based on Natural Resources Canada consumption ratings.

  • Outlander PHEV energy consumption of 3.2 Le/100 km (combined); 3.0 Le/100km (city), 3.4 Le/100 km (highway) based on Natural Resources Canada’s testing methodology.
  • Outlander PHEV fuel consumption 9.2L/100km (combined); 9.0L/100km (highway); 9.4L/100 km (city) based on Natural Resources Canada’s testing methodology.

Actual range depends on speed driven, driving style, cargo, topography, climate control usage and weather.

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