2017 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Gets Performance Upgrade, Slightly More Range

7 months ago by Mark Kane 49

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi is introducing for Europe its updated Outlander PHEV for 2017.

The Outlander PHEV is already one of the most popular plug-in hybrid vehicles in the world (unless you reside in America where the Outlander PHEV has been delayed 7 times), and the most popular plug-in model for Europe in 2016 with over 20,000 sales.  The electric Mitsu has also logged 26,000 sales to date (by the end of 2016) in the UK alone.

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

In 2017, Mitsubishi says it has “extensively revised” the utility vehicle by introducing some new features, performance additions, and wait for it … improving the all-electric range by one more mile!

  • all-electric range increases from up to 32 miles to 33 miles (53 km) via its 12 kWh battery (NEDC rating -think about ~22-23 miles (35-37 km) real world/EPA equivalent
  • a new EV priority mode is actuated by a new switch to allows the driver to operate the vehicle in EV mode – without the engine starting (provided of course that the battery is charged enough to power the motor). This feature will extend the non-engine operation to more situations compared with the traditional modes.
  • performance:  0-62mph (100 km/h) in 11 seconds, up to 244lb/ft of torque
  • towing capacity is ample at 1,500kg
  • improved regenerative braking – steering wheel paddles to better adjust regeneration
  • the drive battery output has been improved by 10% (thus keeping the Outlander PHEV in all-electric mode more often – and adding more capably)
  • faster DC CHAdeMO charging to 80% (in 25 minutes instead 30 minutes)
  • new Cool Silver color option
  • CO2 emissions have also been lowered by 1g/km to 41g/km, with an average weighted fuel consumption of 166 mpg – a 6.4% increase versus the previous version
  • Safety features have also been further developed and improved on the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV. Forward Collision Mitigation technology, standard on the Mitsubishi Outlander 4hs and 5hs versions, now features for Pedestrian Detection for added safety, while Blind Spot Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert have both been introduced on the 4h variant to assist the driver when reversing out of a space. For example, if traffic is coming from the right, the icon located on the right-hand mirror will light up, accompanied by an audio alert.

In UK 2017 pricing starts from £34,749 / $43,000 (excluding £2,500 Plug-in Car Grant).

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

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FURTHER EVOLUTION FOR THE 2017 MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER

  • EV priority mode
  • New Cool Silver colour option
  • Electronic parking brake
  • Reduced CO2 Emissions
  • 33-mile electric range
  • Prices start from £ 34,749 (excluding Plug-in Car Grant)
  • Improved regenerative braking

Quality, design and technological innovation, all with a very attractive price tag

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is the UK’s best-selling Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle. At its introduction in 2014 it effectively created the ultra-low emission vehicle segment, notching up 10,000 sales in the UK within the first ten months and amassing a total sales figure of 26,600 by the end of 2016. The vehicle is derived from the third generation of the Mitsubishi Outlander (which pioneered the ‘cross-over’ vehicle design concept with the Mitsubishi Airtrek in 2001 and has sold 1.5 million units globally since launch) but was developed from the ground up to be driven by either an internal combustion engine or hybrid technology and as a result there are no compromises in terms of packaging, practicality or drving dynamics.

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV offers the best pure EV range of any of its competitors, has the lowest emissions of any all-wheel drive vehicle (and remains amongst the lowest-emitting vehicle of its plug-in hybrid competitors) and is the only AWD vehicle to utilise electric power to drive both front and rear wheels for superior traction both on and off the road. It is also the only plug-in hybrid to offer rapid charging (up to 80% in approximately 25 minutes) and adjustable regenerative braking, which is controlled via the steering wheel paddles to further enhance the driving experience.

Extensively revised in 2016, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV vehicle continues to take the automotive world by storm and now the new Outlander PHEV has arrived, representing another evolution in technology, safety and dynamic performance. The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is in showrooms now with prices starting from £34,749 (excluding the £2,500 Plug-in Car Grant)

WHAT’S NEW?

EV PRIORITY MODE

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

For 2017 Mitsubishi introduces a new EV Priority Mode across all variants. The new EV switch is located below the 4WD button and once activated, it allows the driver to operate the vehicle in EV mode without the engine starting, provided there is sufficient charge in the batteries. An electronic parking brake is also new to the 2017 Outlander PHEV, as well as the brake auto hold button function which, when activated, holds the vehicle in traffic or on an include the same way a handbrake would, allowing the driver to release the footbrake.

TECHNICAL UPDATES

Across all variants, the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV powertrain and chassis has been revised, with new dampers and rear suspension bushes, making it a quieter and more refined to drive than ever. Rapid charging has also been improved, reducing its charging time to 80% from 30 minutes to approximately 25 minutes, and its pure electric range is increased to 33 miles, up from 32 miles. The 2017 Outlander PHEV also delivers more performance with improved acceleration in EV mode compared to its predecessor. CO2 emissions have also been lowered by 1g/km to 41g/km, with an average weighted fuel consumption of 166 mpg – a 6.4% increase versus the previous version. Regenerative braking technology, which works to put lost energy back into the battery when slowing down and which can adjusted while driving using the steering wheel paddles, has also been upgraded for 2017 Outlander PHEV – the drive battery output has been improved by 10%.

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Safety features have also been further developed and improved on the 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV. Forward Collision Mitigation technology, standard on the Mitsubishi Outlander 4hs and 5hs versions, now features Pedestrian Detection for added safety, while Blind Spot Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert have both been introduced on the 4h variant to assist the driver when reversing out of a space. For example, if traffic is coming from the right, the icon located on the right-hand mirror will light up, accompanied by an audio alert.

Another colour has been added to the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV colour palette in the form of Cool Silver. A shark-fin antenna is now incorporated in the roof line and there is a secure charge-point cover linked to the central locking. For a more refined exterior look, Outlander PHEV also features silver roof rails, as well as clean chrome accents on the sills.

Inside, the new Electronic Parking Brake and auto-hold button are located to the right of the 4WD and the new EV Priority Mode switches on the centre console. The console, and other key surfaces, have been finished with a black ash design and chrome accents and, as before, it is extremely well finished with soft-touch switches and ambient lighting flooding the floor area and centre console box. A four-spoke heated steering wheel, with a thick high-grip rim, fine leather trim and multiple control switches, completes the upmarket cabin feel.

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

THE DRIVE

Its low centre of gravity and excellent weight distribution make for exceptional driving dynamics, further enhanced with suspension updates for 2017. The Outlander PHEV offers an ultra-smooth driving experience, with a 2.0-litre petrol engine and a seamless transition between three driving modes (EV, series hybrid, parallel hybrid), which combine to deliver optimum performance regardless of driving conditions.

4WD

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is unique in offering adaptive four-wheel drive with twin electric motors driving the wheels. The front and rear axles are each equipped with their own high-output motor to deliver acceleration even more powerful than a 3.0-litre petrol engine, while maintaining an incredibly responsive 4WD performance.

PERFORMANCE

  • 0-62mph in 11 seconds
  • Delivers up to 244lb/ft of torque
  • It has 1,500kg towing capacity – ideal for a medium-weight caravan
  • CO2 from 41g/km
  • Official Combined Cycle Fuel Economy Figure of 166mpg
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

THE THREE DRIVE MODES AVAILABLE ON THE 2017 MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER PHEV:

EV DRIVE MODE

EV Drive Mode is an all-electric function in which the front and rear motors drive the vehicle using only electricity from the drive battery. With zero on-road petrol consumption and zero CO2 emissions the driver can enjoy a quiet and very eco-friendly performance for up to 33 miles, subject to weather conditions, driving style and the usage of the car’s electrical and climate control systems.

SERIES HYBRID MODE

In Series Hybrid Mode the petrol engine operates as a generator supplying electricity to the electric motors. The system switches to this mode when the remaining charge in the battery falls below a predetermined level and when more power is required, such as accelerating to pass a vehicle or climbing a steep gradient.

PARALLEL HYBRID MODE

The system switches to Parallel Hybrid Mode when the vehicle reaches high speeds. In this mode, the high-efficiency petrol engine provides most of the motive power, which is then assisted by the electric motors as required; such as when more powerful performance is needed to accelerate or climb a slope.

MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER PHEV 3h – From £34,749

Externally, the new Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV 3h is fitted with 18-inch alloy wheels and LED DRLs with headlamp washers as standard and in terms of comfort and convenience it feaures a long list of standard equipment including a touchscreen Display Audio system with DAB and Bluetooth, Rear View Camera, an Electronic Parking Brake with Brake Auto Hold and the new EV Switch. Steering wheel paddles, for adjusting the level of regenerative braking, are also standard, as is dual-zone climate control; automatic lights and wipers; cruise control and speed limiter; rear view mirror with auto dimming and electrically retractable door mirrors.

MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER PHEV 4h – From £39,399

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV 4h builds on the high specification of the 3h with the addition of LED front fog lamps, Blind Spot Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert. A 360 degree camera function (displayed on the infotainment system display) which can be activate via a steering-wheel button is also standard, while the 4h version also features leather upholstery with heated front seats and electric driver’s side adjustment; Mitsubishi’s MMCS touchscreen infotainment system with satellite navigation; a power operated tailgate and a heated steering wheel.

MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER PHEV 5h – From £43,899

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV 5h adds a touch of luxury with a new premium Nappa leather interior available in a choice of three colours: Claret Red, Porcelain Beige or Gunmetal Grey and heated seats in the rear as well as the front. The main headlamps feature LED main beam lighting while blue LED mood lighting (including puddle lamps) creates a soothing interior ambience. Twin rear USB charging ports, Outlander bonnet badge, a rear spoiler and a premium Alpine audio system have also been added.

The Mitsubishi Outlander 4hs and 5hs versions add a full suite of active safety systems including Auto High Beam, adaptive cruise control, forward collision mitigation  with pedestrian  detection, unintended  acceleration mitigation, front and rear parking sensors and lane departure warning.

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

OUTLANDER PHEV KEY BENEFITS

  • 33-miles in pure EV mode
  • ‘Save’ button allows the driver to save charge
  • ‘Charge’ button allows the driver to charge the car using the petrol engine
  • EV Priority mode lets the driver maximise EV miles
  • Benefit in Kind tax for company car drivers is just 7%
  • CO2 emissions  just 41g/km weighted average
  • Exempt of London congestion charges
  • Commercial variants available

The Outlander PHEV range is also backed by a five year, 62,500-mile warranty. For an additional £500, customers can purchase the Mitsubishi Service Plan, which covers scheduled maintenance for the first three years.

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49 responses to "2017 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Gets Performance Upgrade, Slightly More Range"

  1. Alan says:

    Forget 33 mile Electric only, I get just over 20 in winter and around 25 ish summer months which is still pretty good !

    1. cmina says:

      Humor me, please: why did you buy this car ? What are the advantages of owning it and, if you don’t mind sharing, in which country is that ?

      1. Alan says:

        I leased it for 3 years here in the UK,

        Had it for 20 months, it equates to 107 mpg in electric only mode (due to high cost of fuel here),

        I am averaging 93 mpg less electric costs which brings it down to just over 70 mpg.

        I have done over 15k miles so far with 80% of miles in EV only.

        It’s great to drive, fits a lot of stuff in when the back seats are folded down.

        It’s not surprising it has sold very well in Europe given fuel costs and it is even better for company car drivers with only 7% (was 5% until last year) benefit in kind tax wise.

        1. cmina says:

          I didn’t get the feeling of it being that great of a car from online reviews like these:

          1. Assaf says:

            @cmina but of course, the random youtube videos far outweigh the forthcoming and rather detailed response from an actual 15k mile driver, following the rather rude and condescending question you shoved in his face.

            Stay classy. #FAIL

          2. Nix says:

            Wow, somebody on the internet doesn’t like something. What a shocker. News at 9.

      2. rob says:

        i have one, love it, Ev smooth… and considering 90% of my driving is in EV only, even with “just” 20 or so miles of range. total fuel use for me for the past 12 months has been 82Mpg. what other 5 seat SUV will do that?

      3. Akadavidwebb says:

        Hi cmina
        In the interests of balance we’ve owned our Outlander PHEV for 2 years and we love it! It’s our go to car which is saying something given we also have the choice of an e46 M3, e28 M5, Alfa GTV V6 and an S3 when we leave the house.
        The PHEV is so incredibly refined, practical and economical to run esp. as we power it with dolar panels.
        And as The engine barely runs.. And we only need to put petrol in every 3-4 months or so.

        What’s your experience?

        1. Paul Wilson says:

          I’m from Down Under and have had the PHEV 2014 for 3 years. Would never go back to oil burner only. I use about 30lt/mth in fuel. Have solar panels and home and work, so charge most of the time from the big nuclear power plant in the sky. 90% EV driving, 10% fuel. Never have range anxiety and drags of almost every thing at the lights if I feel so inclined. Just clicked over 75,000km on the same tyres. Never changed the brake pads as they almost never get used with the regen braking. Absolute rocket to drive. No gear changes, super quiet. Can sneak up on pedestrians and bump them over if you are bored. It is the future. I don’t know how Mitsubishi got it so right first time. I’m to eratic to go pure EV just yet and Australia has some long roads with no power points along the way. The CV drive on the engine is a mystery to me as to how it works? Very clever engineers those asian dudes from up north. About to upgrade to the 2017 just because it makes business sense. If you can afford one, highly recommend it.

  2. R.S says:

    So did it get cheaper, more expensive, or did the price stay the same? £34,749 in GB is as relevant to me, as the current Big-Mac prices in Singapore.

    1. Michael Will says:

      Will get cheaper as the brexit progresses, google converts currency for you.

      But what o am really curious about – why was the reason for US delay, was it regulations or was it lack of supply to fulfill anticipated demand ?

      And how is a trump administration that reduces regulation in general but may try to regulate foreign companies more going to affect that ?

      1. philip d says:

        I guess it depends on what wacky tariff system Trump wants to implement. If all cars not manufactured in US get a 35% tax then we won’t ever see it. Say goodbye to the i3 and i8 or any other German EV for that matter.

        http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-germany-autos-idUSKBN1500VJ

        Likewise other countries will apply a similar tariff and rules for domestic manufacturing in response so GM, Ford, Tesla, etc. won’t be able to sell their cars anywhere but North America unless they have a domestic factory in every single country where they want to sell.

        For example Germany would likely retaliate and impose a 35% tax on Tesla. This certainly won’t help them since they are still at a very sensitive stage of growth.

        Early 20th century or 3rd world protectionist economic policies like this will kill innovation and still won’t save jobs because a lot of low level manufacturing is switching more and more to automation that doesn’t require even low cost labor.

        1. Maybe Trump starts his Tariff Wack on ICE Vehicles first, and recommends those Companies that bring BEV’s and PHEV’s to America, to start making their BEV’s & PHEV’s in America, or by 2019 they will face the same Tariff on them! (That will Give Tesla a Solid ground to be operating on by then as well!)

        2. Rob Stark says:

          EU automotive tariff 10%.

          US automotive tariff 2.5% (except for pickups which is 25%)

          Under this theory the US should have retaliated long ago.

          No, they can’t specifically target one company unless they want to break WTO rules as well as EU rules.

          1. speculawyer says:

            “US automotive tariff 2.5% ****(except for pickups which is 25%)****”

            It cracks me up that this is known as “the chicken tax” for historical reasons.
            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicken_tax

            It is basically a huge protectionist advantage that the USA has given to the USA automakers. But go ahead and try to explain that to Trumpkins. They’ll just tell you that China and Mexico are the bad guys.

        3. Ziv says:

          The vast majority of plug in cars sold in the US are American made. Of the top 6 only the Leaf is a foreign builder, and it is built in TN.

          The i3 is 7th in US sales and seeing it disappear would be a disappointment but it wouldn’t be HUGE! Just 7625 i3’s were sold last year, a bit better than half the number of Leaf’s, which is the 5th best selling plug in car in the US. (C-Max was 6th with 7900 sold)

          My takeaway on this is that Tesla, GM and Ford seem to be delivering decent products at a price acceptable for their level of quality/desirability.

          BMW/Fiat/Audi/VW are kind of dragging in so-so products at a price point most car buyers find to be a bit too high.

          Toyota may be late to the game but I would bet their yearly sales will be in the top 5 at the end of this year.
          Now if the FFEnergi would get at least 30 miles of AER next year…

        4. EndResult says:

          You guys need to sort out reality – the 35% tax is on US car makers that build their cars outside the US. As of other countries Trump is asking for a level playing field – our taxes will equal theirs. As for the 25% on trucks, yes that was protectionism – but that had nothing to do with EU and their 7.5% higher car tax than we charge them – they were cited together so I expect the point was to show we were charging them more than they were charging us – which is not true.

          1. ice says:

            So foreign carmakers are allowed to build cars outside the USA but ‘domestic’ car companies cannot. Wouldn’t that become an unfair playing field for the domestics?

            1. Mario González says:

              Make America Great Again Baby!!!

      2. R.S says:

        If I don’t know how expensive it was before, google currency conversions will help very little, don’t you think?

        I also doubt that Mitsubishi will keep selling the Outlander cheaper and cheaper, just because the currency rates drop. They are still a Japanese company, if the pound drops 50% of its value, they will adjust their vehicles pricing.

        Other than that, very qualified comment…

      3. Tom says:

        Both but mostly the batteries. Previous iteration had I believe some safety build differences that didn’t justify the cost to bring until the redesign. But the big issue is they have supply shortages. Mitsubishi was able to get more supply of batteries into the pipeline last year but it’s still the case that the vehicle is in high demand in Europe and given the limited supply they feel they are better off selling it there at good margins and establishing market share rather than trying to compete here.

      4. Walter says:

        Eh, you do realise that if the pound weakens, then anything imported (like Mitsu’s) will be *more* expensive, not less.

  3. David Murray says:

    So did the range really improve? Or did they just find a different way to test it?

    1. Benedictus says:

      Does it matter? It’s one mile.

    2. david says:

      i have the 2017 model 4h my best across london is 30 miles in electric,average 26 to 28 depending on temperature on long run through france 90 mph averages about 28 mpg no charging

  4. Jim Bo says:

    GM could drop the existing Voltec system into the 2018 Equinox and get far more range and probably better acceleration.

    1. Nix says:

      Yea, GM definitely needs to spread the Voltec around more into different cars. Malibu would be a good choice too.

      But apparently all you need to do to get 0-60 performance in the high 8’s is to buy a black Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV. Black is faster.

      I don’t know why real world test results vary so much, but I’ve seen times in the 8’s, 9’s, and low 10’s for this car. I don’t know why the results are so different.

      1. It seems to me the Malibu already has the Voltec Drive Train, just not much battery, and is just a straight Hybrid, not a PHEV or EREV!

        If the finished expanding the Malibu to a EREV, it would be an interesting comparison to the Volt! Bigger Car, more head room, etc!

    2. speculawyer says:

      The lack of an SUV, minivan, or pick-up Voltec vehicle is also very suspicious.

      Perhaps they got scared off because the ELR was a bomb. But I still think that all these automakers are just trying to milks high-margin ICE SUV & truck sales for as long as possible.

  5. Trollnonymous says:

    Outlander PHEV news is getting pretty old here in the US…..

    But then again, it needs to be here to get old…….blahahahahahahahahaha!!!!

  6. Get Real says:

    Yeah Nix, GM really SHOULD migrate their outstanding Voltec system into CUVs, SUVs, midsize cars, even trucks.

    Unfortunately however, they would rather work with Voldemort to abolish CAFE standards and other “onerous” regulations like CARB so they can sell more profitable 15mpg trucks and SUVs for Americans to commute as single passengers to their desk jobs in!

    And GM is actually far better then the other 2 of the Big 3 in at least preparing for the inevitable future.

    The fact is that none of the laggard legacy OEMs will do much until forced to do so by either the Government (going in the wrong direction now) or by the eventual relentless pressure by true innovators like Tesla or possibly other start-up EV makers.

    1. Trollnonymous says:

      Yeah, buying any product from GM will help them fund their lawyer goons efforts to thwart CARB efforts and be able to sell their OPEC swallowing guzzlers.

      1. Nix says:

        sadly, that applies to pretty much every ICE car maker, since they pretty much all belong to one special interest lobbying group or another that are all actively working at turning back a whole list of green car/green energy regulations.

        1. Nick says:

          Yep, Tesla or bust.

  7. Richard says:

    Nice run down on how they work come sales add
    With current batterys avable should now be up graded to about 20 kWh
    If supply is problem they have had plenty of time to expand battery capacity
    And release the asx sport which would sell in large numbers
    Mitsubishi seems like lost opertuneity to be big in phev market
    I have outlander now 110k tows trailer for about 80k of that great machine but overdue for a REAL upgrade not slight improvement

  8. Rick says:

    Any mentions of what the SUV gets for MPG when it runs as a hybrid mode. What if the battery is depleted and you drive at highway for a bit or city? Can we get the numbers for the gas engine? When you have lower range EV the odds of driving in hybrid mode are much more likely, so I am curious how efficient it is.

    1. Richard says:

      Hi in Australia 110k limit hwy 8l /100 city 6-to7 l/100
      Electric 40k or less
      City 40 plus
      Towing 10 to 13l 100 1.5ton to2 on plus

  9. William says:

    The Mitsubishi Outlander SUV is so “extensively revised”, it may be 2020 before any customers, in The USA, actually get behind the wheel of this “Constantly Updated Vehicle” (CUV)!

  10. speculawyer says:

    “The Outlander PHEV is already one of the most popular plug-in hybrid vehicles in the world (unless you reside in America where the Outlander PHEV has been delayed 7 times),”

    I still maintain that there must be some type of conspiracy for this! How is it possible that these vehicle is NOT being sold in the USA where it would obviously sell in big numbers.

  11. Noel says:

    The Mitsubishi car and SUV look great but when you guys going to show the commercial are the Mitsubishi?

  12. carl says:

    Surely everybody already knows that Mitsubishi is de facto non existent in the USA because of poor sales of their very old designs that haven’t changed since the 90s incl the Outlander. The Lancer was discontinued & the tiny MiEV only sold a couple hundred in 5yrs so there was nothing else to sell by Mitsu. Its now wholly owned by Nissan-Renault & bossman Ghosn has big plans for NRM in bringing out Mitsu PHEVs for the entire range which we all like to see happen. The Outlander PHEV is a big seller in Europe so its only a matter of time for the Outlander PHEV release in the USA.

    1. speculawyer says:

      Yes, we know that. The iMiEV is effectively dead. Their cars have sold poorly for years.

      But this Outlander is a no-brainer hit! It could easily sell here. It is not a mystery as to why they don’t try to sell the POPULAR car.

  13. Carl says:

    Surely you mean it IS a mystery why they don’t try to sell a POPULAR car..

  14. Aires says:

    And how about an electric version with Zoe’s battery

  15. carl says:

    Just got THE WORD from Mitsubishi USA today the Outlander PHEV is available Summer 2017

    1. scottf200 says:

      Title: Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Again Delayed In US Until Summer 2017, Another Weak Excuse Given
      http://insideevs.com/mitsubishi-outlander-phev-delayed-us-summer-2017/

  16. OlegE says:

    America got a Crysler Pacifica with 33 miles EV range. Price is $42K

  17. Mario González says:

    So,
    I am planning to buy one PHEV when they arrive supposedly​ in September.

    What’s the size of the tank in gallons?
    How many miles per gallon size combined between Electric and Gasoline?

    Thanks