Mitsubishi has recently announced the launch of the Outlander PHEV in Australia, where the model in question will set you back for 47,490 AUD, plus on-road costs.
The world’s first plug-in hybrid SUV, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, is now available for order in Australia too, as the model in question has been recently introduced in the Pacific country. Mitsubishi says that this model will become available in two versions, the PHEV and the PHEV Aspire, with the cheapest one coming from 47,490 AUD while the other being priced from 52,490 AUD. Both of them are getting the S-AWC (Super-All Wheel Control) and four-wheel drive.
The car manufacturer also says that both vehicles are getting the automatic HID headlights, the 7.0 touch screen display with the satellite navigation system, rearview camera, keyless entry, keyless go, dual-zone climate control, rain sensing wipers and seven airbags, amongst others. The PHEV Aspire is adding the remote power tailgate, leather trim, electric sunroof, heated front seats, Wi-Fi based EV remote system, electrically adjustable driver’s seat and much more. Power is provided by a 2.0L petrol engine, with 87 kW and 186 Nm of torque, and two electric motors, generating 120 kW and 332 Nm of torque.