Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is a seven-seat small-size vehicle in the SUV category. For the 2018 model year, there are two trim-lines to choose from, both with the same 2.0L Inline-4 hybrid engine. The Outlander PHEV is capable of traveling 22 miles relying solely on electric power. It takes three hours and thirty minutes for the vehicle to charge its batteries. EPA-estimated annual regular gasoline expense is $2,300, which over the course of five years will save you $2,500 in extra fuel spending. It has a 5-stars overall crash safety rating by NHTSA. Leasing a 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV SEL S-AWC will set you back at least $349 per month.
According to research by Vehie.com, auto brokers currently offer special lease program on 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV SEL S-AWC starting from $349 a month with no downpayment.
2018 Outlander PHEV has a relatively short wheelbase ( 105.1 in) on a narrower body structure compared to vehicles of similar length and class. It is relatively heavier with curb weight of 4178 lbs.
2018 Outlander PHEV seats seven adults. On first-row passenger room it falls below average on all four measurements: legs, shoulders, hips, and head room. When it comes to second-row passenger room, Outlander PHEV falls below average on all four measurements: legs, shoulders, hips, and head room. Cargo volume behind second-row seats is larger than average among its peers with 33 - 34.2 cu. ft.
2018 Outlander PHEV SEL
2018 Outlander PHEV GT
|Engine||2.0L Inline-4 + Electric Motor||2.0L Inline-4 + Electric Motor|
|Drivetrain||All Wheel Drive||All Wheel Drive|
|Electric City Range||23.34 ml.||23.34 ml.|
|Electric Highway Range||20.66 ml.||20.66 ml.|
|Electric Combined Range||22 ml.||22 ml.|
|City||78 MPGe||78 MPGe|
|Highway||70 MPGe||70 MPGe|
|Combined||74 MPGe||74 MPGe|
|Annual Fuel Cost||$2,300||$2,300|
2018 Outlander PHEV SUV comes in two trim levels, with an average price that is $762 more compared to its rivals.
2018 Outlander PHEV SUV has a 5-star NHTSA overall crash safety rating, which is higher than the average among other competing models. Furthermore, it has higher than average ratings for all three crash tests: Front, Side, and Side Plole. Customers have filed fifteen complaints, which is less than the average for its rivals. There are also three recalls issued by Mitsubishi, which by itself is a relatively low number.