The Mitsubishi Outlander plug-in hybrid is set to hit a new sales record in Japan from the looks of it — with 2016’s cumulative sales set to eclipse 2015’s.
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Mitsubishi is targeting 6000 annual sales for the model year 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV when (if?) the car reaches American dealers in May, 2016.
Originally published on EV Obsession. I was lucky recently to go test drive the Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) with a friend, Michał Wnuk (Facebook profile here). The Outlander PHEV is the top-selling electric vehicle in Europe… by far. It has reportedly been delayed in the US for a few years due to the high demand in […]
The new for 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander is taking shape, and it looks a lot like the concept Montero shown off at this year’s Chicago Auto Show!
The UK has been slow to the party, but it’s not taking long to get wild. Stripping more petrol and diesel cars from the roads by transitioning to the cars of the future — electric cars — is quickly becoming a hot thing to do in a country… not known for its hotness. Check out the stats in […]
Over in Europe car buyers looking for an efficient, full-size SUV have become quite taken with the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, a vehicle that is topping sales charts in a number of countries. Yet we still can’t buy one here in America for at least another year, though when it does finally arrive, it won’t be […]
Mitsubishi executives recently made it clear that the Japanese automaker was striking out in a different direction, ditching sedans and sports cars for SUVs and plug-in vehicles. The revised 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander is the vanguard of this new direction, and it will make its American debut at the New York International Auto Show next month […]
It’s been hard times for Mitsubishi in the past few years, as it’s trimmed its lineup and seen its only electric car fall flat in sales. But there have been bright spots too, like the Outlander PHEV, which has become the best-selling plug-in car in the UK and the Netherlands. This has convinced executives at […]
Americans will have to wait at least one more year before the 148 MPG Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV goes on sale here.
Though Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV S is all show and no go, it could be a hint towards what US customers should expect when the Outlander arrives next year.
Mitsubishi is ready to highlight the performance benefits of the Outlander PHEV now, with the upcoming Concept-S promising to be “Sporty & Sophisticated”.
The Mitsubishi Outlander Hybrid PHEV is a sellout success in every market it’s available in – and it looks like we won’t get one here until at least 2016!
Mitsubishi claims its Outlander plug-in hybrid has a driving range of 824 kilometers, or about 512 miles. But we all know such claims can fall short in real world driving, which is why Härkingen, the Swiss importer for Mitsubishi, decided to verify the factory’s numbers. Felix Egolf – a pioneer in the field of ultra-efficient driving […]
Mitsubishi is experiencing a bit of a North American renaissance these days, with the automaker posting its best month since before the August 2008 recession hit.
In a bid to distance itself from automakers in hot water over MPG claims, Mitsubishi is planning to be more open with its customers and post real world MPG on its new cars, starting with the Outlander PHEV.
While the fortunes of Mitsubishi Motors seems in doubt here in America, over in Europe the just-launched Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has become something of an overnight success story. Since it went on sale in October of 2013, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has moved over 8,000 units, with orders for another 11,000 still in the books.
Mitsubishi is hoping that a trio of green concepts foreshadowing possible future vehicles will get them back in the game, though it might already be too late.
Japanese automaker Mitsubishi has been in a bit of a lurch these days as its aging product lineup has a hard time competing with newer, more exciting and fuel-efficient vehicles. But Mitsu is hoping that its Outlander plug-in hybrid vehicle can recover some of that lost mojo.
Give Mitsubishi credit, they are at least aiming high, with a combined fuel economy goal of 143 mpg for their upcoming hybrid SUV.