2016 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV GX4hs review
Source : 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV GX4hs review
Top-selling plug-in SUV gets major revisions to styling as well as suspension as Mitsubishi bids to keep its market advantage Mitsubishi’s Outlander plug-in hybrid has become such a hit from the UK since its introduction two years ago which which currently accounts for a staggering 50% of sales from the EV as well as PHEV sector, selling even better than in Japan.which has brought Mitsubishi a prominence which hasn’t had for decades, as well as the desire to keep This specific – as well as underscore its future position as a producer of green SUVs – are drivers for a comprehensive series of Outlander updates for 2016, to both looks as well as performance.The secret of the PHEV’s success so far is usually which which is usually currently the market’s only plug-in hybrid SUV, which means which qualifies for the government’s £5000 ‘encouragement’ subsidy to buyers of electric cars, as well as the importer sells which at the same cost as the regular Outlander diesel. Best of all, the PHEV’s fuel economy as well as CO2 figures mean which attracts a BIK tax rate of just 5%, a very attractive deal.Even for a 40% tax payer, the tax requirement can be as low as £685 a year. On the move, there’s a further saving from the fact which an owner can charge the PHEV’s batteries either overnight or at fast chargers on motorways, adding a real-world 25 miles of cheap electric travel to the journey each time.
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