2015 Mitsubishi Outlander GX4H , NEW MODEL , HYBRID , LEATHER , SAT NAV

Make Mitsubishi
Model Outlander
Year 2015
Price €17,495
Mileage: 117,038 miles/
188,349 km
Fuel type: Electric
Engine size: 2.0
Colour: BLACK METALLIC
Body: SUV
Owners: 1
Transmission: Automatic
NCT Due Date:
Last update: 20/02/2020
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SOLD - 2015 (152) MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER GX4H - NEW MODEL - PLUG IN HYBRID ON €170 ANNUAL ROAD TAX - FINISHED IN BLACK WITH FULL BLACK LEATHER INTERIOR - FULL MITSUBISHI SERVICE HISTORY - ALLOY WHEELS - FRONT FOG LIGHTS - XENON HEADLIGHTS - ROOF RAILS - SAT NAV - REAR PARKING AND 360 DEGREE VIEW CAMERA'S - SUNROOF - ELECTRIC / REMOTE OPENING + CLOSING BOOT - ELECTRIC HEATED SEATS - HEATED STEERING WHEEL - AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION - FULL LEATHER INTERIOR - CD PLAYER - USB CONNECT - BLUETOOTH PHONE CONNECTION - LEATHER MULTI FUNCTION STEERING WHEEL - CRUISE CONTROL - DUAL CLIMATE CONTROL - DRIVERS ARMREST - REMOTE CENTRAL LOCKING - 3 ISOFIX POINTS - KEYLESS START - KEYLESS ENTRY - AUTO FOLDING MIRRORS - AUTO LIGHTS - AUTO WIPERS - TO BE SOLD SERVICED WITH WARRANTY - TRADE IN WELCOME - CALL ANYTIME 014111547 - GOOGLE MAPS - O HARA CARS The Outlander PHEV operates in three drive modes depending on the conditions and the type of driving you are doing. The PHEV moves seamlessly between these modes without any input required from the driver. EV DRIVE MODE Electric power only Twin motors power all four wheels using electricity from the lithium-ion battery. Perfect for shorter journeys, the PHEV’s main battery can take the car up to 32 miles on EV power alone, producing no exhaust emissions and a smooth and near-silent drive. SERIES HYBRID MODE Electric power & engine assistance The petrol engine operates as a generator, supplying electricity to the battery which in turn powers the motors. This is a highly efficient use of fuel and occurs when the battery charge falls below a pre-determined level or when more powerful performance is required (when overtaking, or climbing a hill). PARALLEL HYBRID MODE Engine power & motor assistance The petrol engine provides most of the power, with assistance from the motors when required. This is used only for high-speed motoring.

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