Richmond Hill Mitsubishi PHEV

The plug-in hybrid electric. Now in SUV size.




Introducing the all-new 2018 Outlander PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle). With the efficiency of an electric vehicle, the performance of Super All-Wheel Control and the capacity to fit everyday life—it makes all other SUVs look simply like, well, SUVs.




A 2018 Yonge North Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Hybrid Electric PHEV in Richmond Hill, Ontario





Hit the gas, the electric, or both. The Outlander PHEV switches seamlessly between its twin electric motors or highly efficient gas engine for an incredibly smooth, quiet ride—all without compromising comfort, size or performance. And with three driving modes (EV, series hybrid and parallel hybrid), it’s designed to be as versatile as your family.


2018 Yonge North Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Hybrid Electric Technology in Richmond Hill, Ontario

2018 Yonge North Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Hybrid Electric Twin Motor 4WD Lock in Richmond Hill, Ontario





Power meets efficiency meets intelligence with our Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) system. Separately mounted twin motors at the front and rear axles deliver responsive AWD performance with S-AWC to give you confident handling and power—no matter the driving conditions. And with its 2.0 L engine, get the best of both worlds all in one high-performance SUV.


2018 Yonge North Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Hybrid Electric S-AWC All-Wheel Drive in Richmond Hill, Ontario

2018 Yonge North Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Hybrid Electric Super All-Wheel Control AWD in Richmond Hill, Ontario




The SUV with plug and play. Its Smartphone Link Display Audio (SDA) connects to the 7? touch screen, so you can access your apps, send texts and make calls. Plus, remotely control and monitor its charge time using your smartphone from the comfort of your living room. Or tent. Now, you can plug in anywhere so you can drive everywhere.


2018 Yonge North Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Hybrid Electric Connector in Richmond Hill, Ontario

2018 Yonge North Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Hybrid Electric Smartphone Connectivity and Touchscreen in Richmond Hill, Ontario





What are the UK's most popular EV models?


As of the end of September 2017, the latest figures available from the Department for Transport show that Mitsubishi's Outlander PHEV is the most popular plug-in vehicle by some margin. With more than 30,500 units sold it has been the best-selling plug-in car for more than two years now, and is clearly ahead of the second most popular plug-in car, the Nissan Leaf. Almost 19,000 Leafs have been sold in the UK though, comfortably ahead of the Mercedes Benz C 350e which rapidly climbed into third place, and putting the Nissan in first position in terms of pure-electric vehicles.


The Mercedes Benz C 350e has racked up almost 9,000 sales in the space of two years, seeing the PHEV push the BMW i3 down to fourth place in the best-sellers table. The i3 is ahead of the fifth-placed BMW 330e, with the executive saloon - like the above Mercedes - proving exeptionally popular with company car drivers.


Rounding out the top 10 are Tesla's Model S, the Renault Zoe, Volkswagen's Golf GTE, the Volvo XC90 T8 Twin Engine and the Nissan e-NV200 in that order.

Plug-in hybrids have rapidly taken the majority share of the electric car market - currently sitting at 66%. From accounting for less than a third of plug-in sales at the beginning of 2014, Two and a half years later they represent two thirds the overall number of plug-in cars sold by the end of Q3 2017.



Next Green Car - Mitsubishi PHEV

Source: DfT Vehicle Licensing Statistics. Analysis Next Green Car, December 2017.




A key indicator as to the strength of the UK market for electric vehicles is the number of segments covered by the electric models currently available. While the main nine electric cars available in 2011 covered four body styles - city cars, small family cars, small vans and sports coupés - the more than 70 plug-in cars and vans available in 2017 now include superminis, large family cars, hatchbacks, estates, SUVs, executive models, and medium-sized vans.


Previous experience of introducing new technologies into the automotive market shows that having a broad range of both models and body styles is key to ensuring strong uptake of new power-trains. With the large number of brands and classes now available, the EV market has a strong base on which to continue to grow.


Source: - Lilly, C. November 7, 2017. Next Green Car. Retrieved from URL