Outlander PHEV GX3h 4Work

Outlander PHEV GX3h 4Work

Mitsubishi Motors presented at the CENEX 2014 Low Carbon Vehicle Event in UK the new delivery version of Outlander PHEV, which was announced a few weeks ago.

Outlander PHEV GX3h 4Work could be an interesting proposition as, according to Mitsubishi, it will cost £23,373 ($38,000) after deducting the Government’s plug-in van grant and reclaiming the VAT.

Mike Thomas, General Manager of Product Planning for Mitsubishi Motors in the UK, stated:

“The Outlander Gx3h 4Work represents a significant cost reduction for companies running fleets of vans and independent businesses that need a reliable all conditions, all weather work-horse.”

The main change is of course in the passenger compartment, which was turned from a 5-seater into a 2-seater with an enlarged trunk.

 Interior refinement - The Outlander GX3h 4Work has the driving environment of a high specification passenger vehicle, with dual zone climate control, keyless entry and operation, leather steering wheel, Bluetooth and quality audio.

Exterior style – The vehicle looks smart standing on 18” alloy wheels and is available in metallic, pearlescent and solid paint finishes.

Superior driving – Super all wheel control (S-AWC) delivers incredible traction and stability by automatically adjusting power output and braking. For improved traction on slippery services, four-wheel drive is available at the push of a button. Energy regeneration paddles allow selective recovery of energy from the motion of the vehicle to the battery.  Cruise control and speed limiter and rain sensitive wipers complete a formidable package.

For comparison, here is passenger version:

Passenger Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Passenger Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Passenger Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Passenger Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV