Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV landing with EPA range of 22 miles

Discussion in 'Mitsubishi' started by Domenick, Jan 8, 2018.

  1. Domenick

    Domenick Administrator Staff Member

    Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Gets Official EPA Rating – 22-Mile Electric Range, Just 25 MPG

    25 MPG, after the battery's range has been reached, isn't awesome. This may even explain the seeming hesitance of the company to introduce it to the North American market. In other markets, this range may be quite enough, but here n America, customers will have to see if the electric range is enough to boost efficiency for their usage pattern.

    The combined fuel economy of the non-PHEV Outlander is 27 mpg, though there is a GT version that only gets 22 mpg.
  2. SydEv

    SydEv New Member

    25Mpg, ? a bit pessamistic isnt it? mine is averaging well over 50, actually its 78MPG over the past 2 years i have owned it.
  3. Domenick

    Domenick Administrator Staff Member

    Good to hear you're getting a better result, though as I stated, this is the gas engine only mileage result. Its official overall rating (with the battery efficiency included) is 74 MPGe.
  4. SydEv

    SydEv New Member

    i think almost all owners in Europe and Australia get well over the published figures. but seeing those numbers on the windscreen sticker might deter some buyers from purchasing a plug in Hybrid.

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