Outlander PHEV and Shogun 0% APR finance - and £0 deposit – as manufacturer optimises its range of vehicles for 2017.
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV overview
Mitsubishi 0% APR Hire Purchase is available throughout its recently revised range for the new, “17”, registration that launches March 1st 2017. Expect £0 deposit, too. Prospects include the Outlander PHEV which is a large, sports-utility, model that it highly efficient as it has duel power sources: petrol and electric.
The 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder, petrol engine and electric motors produce 200bhp in total and average 166.1mpg. For 2017, this workhorse – that has 4-wheel-drive and automatic transmission – travels up to 33 miles on electrical power only. In this circumstance, it burns no petrol which slashes the cost of driving.
Unlike a traditional hybrid, the motors' battery can be recharged via a wall socket and cable rather than the petrol engine only. This, theoretically, enables motorists that only make short, low stress, journeys to perceive the petrol engine predominantly as a back-up and typically refuel from a wall socket at a very low cost.
The Outlander PHEV has bulk to emphasise that it is a prestigious, fashionable, lifestyle statement. It is 4,695mm long, 1800mm wide and 1,710mm tall. Cargo capacity is 463-litres and it has 5 seats. Off-road credentials include the 190mm ground clearance that enables it to tackle hazardous obstacles, and a 400mm wading depth.
Equipment highlights include the: 360 degree camera system, satellite navigation, lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, heated steering wheel, automatic headlamps and a system that brakes automatically if a driver fails to respond to a hazard.
For 2017, the Outlander PHEV has:
- EV Priority Mode that enables motorists to cruise via the electric motors without the prospect of the petrol engine starting automatically (assuming enough power in the battery)
- automatic electronic parking brake
- revised suspension that provides a quieter, more refined, feel
- faster recharge times
- faster acceleration in fully electric mode
- carbon emissions lowered to 41g/km
Personal Contract Plan offers
The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is available via a Personal Contract Plan, too. In this circumstance, the manufacturer pays £2,500 towards the deposit and the APR is 5.9% (representative). Furthermore, the Government's Plug-In Car Grant that encourages people to choose eco-friendly models cuts the list price by £2,500.
Note: Mitsubishi Hire Purchase and Personal Contract Plan finance is also available for revised diesel variants. Such vehicles incorporate extra equipment and stylish, fresh, interiors for 2017.
Mitsubishi Shogun finance and overview
The Shogun qualifies for similar, low cost, finance for 2017. With a Personal Contract Plan, for example, the manufacturer pays £2,500 towards a deposit. 0% Hire Purchase and £0 deposit is available, too.
This sports-utility vehicle comes in short wheelbase, 3-door, form that measures 4,385mm long, 1,875mm wide and 1,840 tall (excluding any roof rails). The Shogun long wheelbase 5-door, in contrast, is 4,900mm long, 1,875mm wide and 1,860mm tall (excluding roof rails).
The Shogun – in all forms – has 5 seats, 4-wheel-drive, automatic transmission with a manual mode, 700mm wading depth and 210mm of ground clearance. The 3.2-litre, 190PS, diesel engine averages 31.4mpg in short wheelbase variants, and 30.4mpg in long wheelbase.
Short wheelbase cargo capacity is 290-litres rising to 663-litres for its sibling. Equipment highlights include: Bluetooth, parking sensors, satellite navigation, auto lights, reversing camera, tyre pressure monitor, self-dimming rear-view mirror plus privacy glass.