Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Commercial range, MPG, CO2 & charging
Under the metal, the Outlander PHEV Commercial uses the same running gear as the Outlander PHEV SUV, so it'll come as no surprise to discover that it delivers the same range, economy and emissions. An update at the end of 2018 saw the 2.0-litre petrol engine replaced by a more efficient and more powerful 2.4-litre, four-cylinder petrol.
Mitsubishi claims 139mpg fuel economy for the Outlander PHEV, while CO2 emissons are 46g/km. Of course, real-world economy depends on how often you plug the Mitsubishi in to charge up and how far you travel on battery power alone.
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Commercial range
The quoted economy for the latest Outlander PHEV with the 2.4-litre engine, more powerful electric motors and bigger battery is 139mpg. CO2 emissions are rated at 46g/km.
There’s a standard Type 2 socket and a fast-charging CHAdeMO socket on the Outlander, and it comes with a 10A, 240V five-metre-long charging cable. Recharging the 13.8 kWh battery takes around five hours from a domestic socket, while a wallbox home charger can do it in 3.5 hours.
The fastest charging is from high-voltage public charging stations, which can take a flat battery from zero to 80% charge in around 25 minutes. The nature of how batteries work means it takes longer to get from 80 to 100% charge, but a full charge should take an extra 20-30 minutes on top of that.
The Outlander PHEV Commercial has an eight-year/100,000-mile warranty covering the battery pack. The rest of the electric drivetrain is covered by Mitsubishi’s standard five-year warranty. A mileage limit of 62,500 miles is also in place on this cover, which is shorter than the 100,000-mile or unlimited cover that rivals such as Kia and Hyundai offer.