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Fuel type Diesel
Engine size 2.2
Constitution Motors Subaru
Fuel type Hybrid
Engine size 2.0
Engine size 2.4
You're looking here at the first mainstream family car developed from scratch around both conventional combustion and Plug-in hybrid power. Few expected Mitsubishi to be first to market with such a thing but with this third generation Outlander 'D'-segment SUV model, the brand stole a march on many of its rivals and in 2015, aimed to consolidate its advantage by introducing improved versions of this car in both diesel and PHEV guises. Both are spacious and practical, the diesel variant is reasonably capable off road and the PHEV Plug-in model can even make its own kind of eco statement with supermini-style running costs. You can't ask much more from family transport than that.
You can see why Mitsubishi did so well with this Outlander in our market in the 2015-2107 period. Some of the technology here is genuinely forward-thinking, even if you don't opt for a Plug-in hybrid variant that set standards in its time, not only for Crossovers and SUVs of this kind but also for family cars as a whole.
Which is worth knowing, for if you're looking at a used family-sized SUV of this kind, then this might not be one of the first ones you'd initially consider. Perhaps it should be though. The diesel variant offers capable off road traction, impressive towing capability and space for seven at pricing able to undercut obvious rivals. The petrol/electric PHEV version meanwhile, delivers all the advantages of Plug-in hybrid technology - not least that if you only use it for commuting distances, you'll never have to fuel the thing. In summary, this could be an ideal product for style-conscious folk with kids and active lifestyles. It's unexpectedly clever, unexpectedly effective and unexpectedly... Mitsubishi.
Borrowing £7,500 on a Hire Purchase agreement over 48 months, a representative APR of 18.5% and a deposit of £0.00,
the amount repayable would be £216.89 a month, with a total cost of credit of £2,910.72 and a total amount
payable of £10,410.72.
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