With the highly successful launch of Outlander PHEV last year, the new 16 Model Year model has been further refined and improved to provide an even smoother, quieter and more luxurious feel.
Exterior & Interior Styling
The exterior design now features Mitsubishi Motors’ new ‘Dynamic Shield’ design with changes to the front, side and rear of the vehicle.
The exterior changes follow through to the interior with premium quality leather, new centre console design, piano black panels, silver switch surrounds and LED foot-well Illumination.
The 16MY Outlander PHEV range will add an additional variant – the GX3h+. This variant has been created in response to market feedback that many customers are looking for an attractively priced, entry specification Outlander PHEV, with the addition of specification which maximises the EV use.
The GX3h+ takes the current GX3h specification and adds:
• Electric Pre-Heater (and Air-Con Function)
• Remote Smartphone App
• Heated Front Seats
New Design 18” Alloy Wheels – Standard across the PHEV Range
LED Daytime Running Lights – Standard across the PHEV Range
Remote Central Locking Charging Flap – Standard across the 16MY PHEV range, the flap is now lined and lockable via the remote central locking
Premium Leather 4-Spoke Steering Wheel with Audio & Bluetooth Controls – Standard across the PHEV Range (Heated on GX4h & GX4hs)
MMCS with DAB & 360º Camera – standard on GX4h & GX4hs
16MY MMCS has a new simpler button layout with more intuitive software providing less button presses to navigate through the menus.The 360º Camera can provide a birds-eye view of the area surrounding the vehicle and is operated via a switch on the steering wheel or automatically when the vehicle is put into reverse.
New Design Decoration Panel & Centre Console – Standard across the PHEV Range
Auto-dimming Rear view Mirror – Standard across the PHEV Range
Sunglasses Pocket – Standard on GX3h & GX3h+
High Level Regenerative Brake Light – Standard across the PHEV Range
At higher speeds when the regenerative braking level is set to B4 or B5 the brake lights will now automatically be activated to alert the drivers behind once the accelerator is released.
Power Tailgate – Standard on GX4h & GX4hs
The tailgate now opens by an additional 3cms and only has one warning beep as opposed to four when opening and closing.
LED Foot-well Illumination – Standard across the PHEV Range
Gear Shift Indicator Position – Standard across the PHEV Range
The Gear Shift Indicator has been moved from the instrument panel to the centre console in between the ‘Charge’ and ‘Save’ button.
Charging Timer Cancel Key Fob – Standard across the PHEV Range
If a pre-set charging timer is active this can now be temporarily cancelled via a new button on the Key Fob.
Unintended Acceleration Mitigation System (UMS) – Standard on GX4hs
Front and rear parking sensors also act as ultra-sonic sensors to detect objects in front or behind the Outlander PHEV, if an object is detected and the accelerator pedal depressed, the UMS system will restrict the amount of torque to wheels to reduce the PHEV to a crawl in order to help avoid a collision
New Specification – By Variant
In addition to the 16MY styling changes, individual variants add the following specification:
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