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2018 Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in SUV w/ CHAdeMO, 22 mile EV range goes on sale for $35K

Mitsubishi’s Outlander PHEV is 3 years late and it comes with a paltry 12kWh battery yielding a range of 22 EV-only miles on a charge. That’s the bad news.

But today the only US plug-in SUV under $35,000 showed up for sale and as things stand it is the only affordable SUV you can drive via plug-in electricity in the US.  Luckily it can also tow a 1500lb load and can charge relatively quickly via CHAdeMO…



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Mitsubishi teases a new plug-in hybrid concept to debut at the 2016 Paris Motor Show

mitsubishi Concept PHEV grand tourer

Mitsubishi issued a press release today to tease a new plug-in hybrid (PHEV) concept to debut at the 2016 Paris Motor Show in September. The company describes the concept as a ‘high-end SUV coupé’ based on what the automaker has been developing lately in the electric SUV segment like the crossover eX concept unveiled last year.

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Mitsubishi debuts the Outlander PHEV in the US with upcoming launch this fall [Gallery]

2017 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

This week at the New York Auto Show, 3 long years after the Outlander PHEV’s international launch, Mitsubishi finally debuted its flagship plug-in hybrid SUV in the US, where its launch is now set for this fall.

The first US version and 2017 model will look very similar to the previous international version – you can see a new gallery below.

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Mitsubishi will launch the Outlander PHEV in the US around mid-2016

Mitsubishi-Outlander-PHEV-Concept-S-7Mitsubishi CEO Osamu Masuko talking to Automotive News confirmed that the company will launch the Outlander PHEV in the US around “mid-2016”. The plug-in hybrid version of the Outlander consistently reach the top of the best-selling lists for plug-ins in European and Asian markets where it is available, but the Japan-based automaker has been delaying a U.S. launch for quite some time now. If we are to believe CEO Osamu Masuko, 2016 might finally be the year.

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