Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Sales In Europe – 52,452


2016 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

2016 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi sales in Europe reveals the big success of Outlander PHEV, which this year accounts for 15% of all Mitsubishi sales and 55% of all Outlanders sold in Europe.

Since late 2013, Mitsubishi has delivered 52,452 Outlander PHEVs in Europe.

Together with 30,000 in Japan, sales of Outlander PHEV have already exceeded 82,500 (since launch in Japan in January 2013).

In Europe, 39% of Outlander PHEV sales come from the Netherlands, while additional 31% come from the UK. This clearly indicates that sales are driven by favorable policies and incentives.

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13 responses to "Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Sales In Europe – 52,452"
  1. Philip d says:

    How much proof do American car companies need to realize they are missing the boat? Why isn’t GM using Voltec in a CUV?

    I guess the bean counters will have to see it with their own eyes when Mitsubishi starts selling them here and they start losing sales.

    1. Cavaron says:

      + maybe BYD.

    2. BIGK says:

      I agree. If GM had marketed the Voltec SUV they previewed years ago, I would have bought it in a heartbeat.

    3. abc123 says:

      I think one of the reasons why you haven’t seen the Voltec drivetrain in a CUV/SUV is because you cannot get a 4wd system from the Voltec.

      In other words, if GM were to put the Voltec system into a CUV platform, it will be FWD only. I don’t know of any car manufacturer that only sells a FWD CUV/SUV. The usually come in both FWD/RWD and AWD configurations.

  2. ydnas7 says:

    What about Russia?

  3. Ziv says:

    The link below is to a photo of the Buick Envision, which is built on the D2US/D2xx platform, same as the Volt. Man, I would love to drive that outfit!

    1. Ziv says:

      Thanks for making my link a photo!
      I like the Outlander, but an Envision with even 40 miles of AER would be phenomenal! Obviously that shape isn’t nearly as aerodynamic as the Volt and it would be heavier too, but GM would sell these things pretty quickly even if it doesn’t have quite the range of the Gen II Volt.

      1. Trollnonymous says:

        But it’s still more aero than the Outlander PHEV……lol

  4. Emc2 says:

    Plus over 1,000 in Australia! See Jose Pontes sales reports. The Outlander P-HEV passed the PiP (73,600 according to TMC’s latest report), and now ranks fourth in global sales behind the Leaf (200K), Volt/Ampera (+100K) and the Model S (100K). Once it is released in the U.S. it will probably passed the Volt and hold third place by the end of 2016.

  5. Trollnonymous says:

    More data to tease the US. :-p

  6. Pete says:

    The US market will be very intersting! Congrats Mitsubishi.

  7. K says:

    Subsidies for phevs will drop in UK from £5000 to 2500 and for evs from 5000 to 4500. Outlander sales will probaby fall here next year.

  8. JimGord says:

    Stick a fork in it
    Hydrogen is “done”