Outlander PHEV

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2020 MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER PHEV

In Brief:

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV represents the most technically advanced SUV ever produced by Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC). First launched in the UK in 2014, the Outlander PHEV made an immediate impact in the UK – the previous year fewer than 1,000 plug-in hybrids were sold in the UK but by the end of 2014, Mitsubishi had sold more than 10,000 Outlander PHEVs, driven by the public’s desire to drive greener vehicles combined with the increasing appetite for SUV and 4X4 vehicles. By November 2015 the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV had amassed 50,000 sales across Europe and by January 2018 it passed the 100,000 milestone. In fact, despite a growing number of competitors it remained Europe’s best selling plug-in hybrid vehicle four years in a row from 2015 – 2018 and it also remains the best-selling plug-in vehicle – hybrid or electric – in the UK. 

Exterior Design:

  • “Dynamic Shield” visual identity
  • Integrated front grille, bumper and fog lamp bezels
  • LED headlamp system (Exceed & Exceed Safety)
  • New 16-inch alloy wheels (Verve models)
  • New Red Diamond premium paint finish 


Performance:

  • 2.4-Litre Atkinson cycle petrol engine
  • Maximum engine output 135ps @ 4500 rpm
  • Maximum speed in EV mode 83mph (where legally permitted) Accelerates from 0-62mph in 10.5 seconds
  • Drive battery capacity 13.8kWh 


Enhanced Driving Experience

  • Super-All Wheel Control system with SNOW and SPORT drive modes
  • High body rigidity through the use of structural adhesive welding
  • Re-calibrated suspension and improved ride quality
  • Large front brake discs (vented) for improved feel and stopping power 


Advanced safety features and technologies:

  • Five-star NCAP safety rating
  • Automatic headlamps
  • Rain-sensing wipers
  • Reversing camera (Design variants upwards)
  • Seven airbags, including driver’s side knee airbag
  • LED daytime running lights
  • LED fog lamps and LED high beams (Exceed & Exceed Safety)
  • Electronic parking brake with auto-hold
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert (Dynamic variants upwards)
  • Dynamic Safety: Lane Departure Warning, Automatic high-beam; Adaptive Cruise Control (Dynamic & Exceed Safety variants) 


Luxurious Interiors:

  • New 8-inch Smartphone Display Audio system (SDA) (Design variants upwards)
  • Power lumbar support – driver’s seat
  • Rear air conditioning vents
  • Black headlining (Dynamic variants upwards)
  • Enhanced levels of equipment 


Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV in detail:

Key to the success of the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is that it doesn’t ask its owners to make any compromises. For people wanting an SUV, it offers the same space and practicality, as well as the all-important elevated driving position, as any of its competitors. The battery pack doesn’t devour boot space or compromise the dynamics – it is integrated into the floor, keeping the centre of gravity low and ensuring that the Outlander PHEV retains the practical advantages of a large boot and fold-flat rear seats. For those looking for a four-wheel drive vehicle, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV offers the unique solution of having an electric motor for each axle which means that even in EV mode, the Outlander PHEV remains a true 4X4 at all times. 

For the growing number of people looking to drive more sustainable vehicles, the Outlander PHEV offers a real-world EV driving range far in excess of the average daily commute and ideally suited to the kind of use most family cars are put to: Short drives, often in urban or suburban stop-go traffic (i.e. the kind of motoring where internal combustion engines are often at their least efficient). And yet, thanks to the seamless integration of a powerful petrol engine, there is no range anxiety and no need for a second vehicle for longer drives – the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV can genuinely assume the role of primary vehicle for any family. 

Exterior Design

In terms of exterior design, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV benefits from a recently refreshed front end with a redesigned grille, bumper extensions, fog lamp bezels and “technical look” LED headlamps. The rear was enhanced with a redesigned rear bumper extension and a large roof spoiler while 18-inch multi-spoke alloys completed the exterior revisions. 

New for the 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, a special Red Diamond premium metallic paint, originally developed for the Eclipse Cross, has been made available. This new paint is applied – amongst other steps –using a semi-transparent red coating incorporating mica flakes applied over several other layers before being itself covered by a final clear coating. This process involves a succession of two baking stages while specially-developed programs ensure a high quality finish. 

Enhanced Driving Experience:

Since its launch in 2014, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has continuously evolved to ensure it remains at the cutting edge of the plug-in hybrid segment. Whereas its 2016 redesign focused on giving the vehicle the upmarket look and feel its advanced architecture and technology warranted, and 2017 brought more safety and technical features, the changes made for the 2019 Outlander PHEV last year were focussed on ensuring it remains a leader in terms of efficiency and performance while also improving every aspect of the driving experience – all in response to customer feedback. The revised specification and variant line-up for the 2020 model ensures there is an Outlander PHEV to suit everyone, with a new entry level model now available. 

Powering the 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is a “4B12” 2.4-litre petrol engine, which uses its MIVEC variable-valve timing system to seamlessly switch between Otto and Atkinson combustion cycles depending on the driving situation. The larger capacity means the engine produces 135ps and 211Nm torque across a wider rev range, when operating in the familiar Otto cycle mode, which is ideal for moderate-to-high load situations such as inclines and rapid acceleration. At the same time, the petrol engine also manages to be more efficient because it can switch to the Atkinson cycle – where the inlet valve remains open for longer, effectively reducing the compression stroke, thereby decreasing its capacity and consequently burning less fuel – under light load conditions such as motorway cruising. 

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV’s dual powertrain means that it’s not only efficient, but it also offers a better driving performance. The Outlander PHEV’s pure EV range is more than enough for the average daily UK commute: An impressive 28 miles according to the new, more stringent real-world WLTP tests. The WLTP average fuel economy figure for the new Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is 139mpg and its WLTP CO2 emissions are just 46g/km. 

Three Drive modes

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV offers three Drive Modes, all automatically activated by the PHEV Operating System and all offering permanent electric 4WD:

  • EV Priority Mode (up to 84 mph – where legal)
    • Car powered by the front & rear motors
    • Energy sourced from the battery 
  • Series Hybrid Mode
    • Car still powered by the front & rear motors
    • Engine engaged to run the generator to charge the battery while driving
    • Mode automatically activated for sudden acceleration, driving uphill or when the state of battery charge is too low
    • System switches back to EV Priority mode as much as possible 
  • Parallel Hybrid Mode
    • Engine powers front wheels (via Multimode front transaxle*)
    • Front electric motor assists engine, rear motor drives rear wheels
    • Mode automatically activated at high speed
    • System switches to Series Hybrid/ EV Priority mode as much as possible 

Luxurious interiors:

Ensuring maximum comfort levels, a new power lumbar support system has been added to the driver’s seat for the 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, with both driver and passenger seats being heated. Adding to the comfort of the interior, the convenient new 8-inch Smartphone Link Display Audio infotainment system allows drivers to use Apple CarPlay*1 and Android AutoTM*2 to get navigation directions optimised for traffic conditions, make and receive calls, access text messages and listen to music, all in a way that allows them to stay focused on the road.  Other features, such as the paddle-adjustable, six-setting regenerative braking system, remain key to the unique Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV driving experience and are therefore retained as before, with the recently revised instrument cluster providing the driver with more information as to the operation of the various drive systems. 

Enhanced Safety:

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV benefits from the latest in MMC safety technology, with its advanced features working to protect occupants, other road users and pedestrians, both in determining the risk of an impending accident and in the event of a collision. 

The SUV has a comprehensive passive safety architecture based on Mitsubishi’s RISE (Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution) impact safety body and seven SRS airbag arrangement. This includes airbags fitted in front driver and passenger, side and side curtain areas. The Dynamic Safety model benefits from additional active safety equipment including Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Mitigation (providing a visible and audible warning if a collision risk has been identified, escalating to autonomous braking if a high risk of collision has been determined); and Unintended Acceleration Mitigation System (in case the driver mistakenly presses the accelerator when stationary or at speeds of up to 6 mph), along with front and rear parking sensors. 

The 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is available now in the UK priced from £35,815 OTR. It is available in four trims levels – Verve, Design, Dynamic and Dynamic Safety, with details of each outlined below. The MY20 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV and can also be purchased online via Mitsubishi Motors’ Buy Online service https://buy.mitsubishi-motors.co.uk/ 

Model Specification:

Outlander PHEV Verve:

  • Permanent 4WD
  • New design 16-inch alloy wheels
  • Fabric seat trim
  • Heated front seats
  • Power lumbar support (driver’s seat)
  • Electric Pre-Heater
  • Reverse parking sensors
  • DAB audio
  • Electronic parking brake
  • EV priority mode
  • Cruise control
  • Dual-zone Climate control
  • Front & rear fog lamps
  • Keyless operation system
  • Remote smartphone app compatible 

Outlander PHEV Design:

Specification as Verve plus:

  • 18-inch alloy wheels
  • 8-inch smartphone Link Display Audio (SDA) with Apple CarPlay & Android Auto compatibility
  • Reversing camera in lieu of reverse parking sensors
  • Sunglasses pocket 

Outlander PHEV Dynamic:

Specification as Design plus:

  • Leather seats with powered driver’s seat
  • Black headlining
  • Blind Spot Warning (BSW)
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) 

Outlander PHEV Dynamic Safety

Specification as Dynamic plus:

  • Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM)
  • Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
  • Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
  • Automatic High Beam
  • Ultrasonic Misacceleration Mitigation System (UMS)
  • Front and rear parking sensors 

Pricing:

Version

OTR Price* (Apr 2020)

Outlander PHEV Verve

£35,815

Outlander PHEV Design

£36,825

Outlander PHEV Dynamic

£38,945

Outlander PHEV Dynamic Safety

£41,465

*OTR price includes first registration fee and VED. Metallic, Pearlescent and Diamond paint extra

Technical Specification: 

Outlander PHEV

4WD Auto

Dimensions (mm)

L 4695 / W 1800 / H 1710 / WB 2670

Boot Space (Litres)

463 (+35L under floor cargo box)

Track F/R (mm)

1540 / 1540

Ground Clearance (mm)

190

Off Road Angles (Degrees)

Approach 21.0° / Breakover 19.0° / Departure 22.5°

Towing Capacity (kg)

1,500 (braked trailer)

Engine

2,360cc  MIVEC Atkinson cycle

Max Output (ps)

135 @4,500

Torque (Nm)

211 @ 4,500rpm

Charging

AC230V 16A:3.5 hrs / 5.5hrs for AC 230V 10A) / CHADeMO~80% in 25 mins

0-62mph (secs)

                                                     10.5

Top Speed (MPH)

106

Top EV Speed (MPH)

84

Battery Storage

300V Lithium ion battery pack, 13.8kWh capacity

EV range

28 (WLTP) / 35 (WLTP City Driving)

Combined Cycle MPG

139 (WLTP)

CO2 Emissions

46 g/km (WLTP)

Kerb Weight (kg)

1,890

Fuel Tank Capacity

43 litres

Suspension F/R

McPherson Struts / Multi-Link

Brakes F/R

Ventilated Discs / Solid discs

Turning Circle

10.6m

Service Intervals

12,500 miles / 12 months

Insurance Group

·        Verve 25e

·        Design 26E

·        Dynamic 26E

·        Dynamic Safety 23E

Warranty

5 Years / 62,500 miles

Except traction battery which has 8 years/100,000 miles warranty

Anti-Perforation Warranty

12 Year Anti-Corrosion Perforation

Roadside Assistance

3 Year Pan-European including Home Start

 

–ENDS- 

*1… Apple CarPlay, iPhone, and Siri are trademarks of Apple Inc. registered in the United States and other countries.

*2… Android Auto and Google Maps are trademarks or registered trademarks of Google Inc.

*Not CVT- Multimode eTransmission with Hydraulic Clutch

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2020 MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER PHEV

In Brief:

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV represents the most technically advanced SUV ever produced by Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC). First launched in the UK in 2014, the Outlander PHEV made an immediate impact in the UK – the previous year fewer than 1,000 plug-in hybrids were sold in the UK but by the end of 2014, Mitsubishi had sold more than 10,000 Outlander PHEVs, driven by the public’s desire to drive greener vehicles combined with the increasing appetite for SUV and 4X4 vehicles. By November 2015 the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV had amassed 50,000 sales across Europe and by January 2018 it passed the 100,000 milestone. In fact, despite a growing number of competitors it remained Europe’s best selling plug-in hybrid vehicle four years in a row from 2015 – 2018 and it also remains the best-selling plug-in vehicle – hybrid or electric – in the UK. 

Exterior Design:

  • “Dynamic Shield” visual identity
  • Integrated front grille, bumper and fog lamp bezels
  • LED headlamp system (Exceed & Exceed Safety)
  • New 16-inch alloy wheels (Verve models)
  • New Red Diamond premium paint finish 


Performance:

  • 2.4-Litre Atkinson cycle petrol engine
  • Maximum engine output 135ps @ 4500 rpm
  • Maximum speed in EV mode 83mph (where legally permitted) Accelerates from 0-62mph in 10.5 seconds
  • Drive battery capacity 13.8kWh 


Enhanced Driving Experience

  • Super-All Wheel Control system with SNOW and SPORT drive modes
  • High body rigidity through the use of structural adhesive welding
  • Re-calibrated suspension and improved ride quality
  • Large front brake discs (vented) for improved feel and stopping power 


Advanced safety features and technologies:

  • Five-star NCAP safety rating
  • Automatic headlamps
  • Rain-sensing wipers
  • Reversing camera (Design variants upwards)
  • Seven airbags, including driver’s side knee airbag
  • LED daytime running lights
  • LED fog lamps and LED high beams (Exceed & Exceed Safety)
  • Electronic parking brake with auto-hold
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert (Dynamic variants upwards)
  • Dynamic Safety: Lane Departure Warning, Automatic high-beam; Adaptive Cruise Control (Dynamic & Exceed Safety variants) 


Luxurious Interiors:

  • New 8-inch Smartphone Display Audio system (SDA) (Design variants upwards)
  • Power lumbar support – driver’s seat
  • Rear air conditioning vents
  • Black headlining (Dynamic variants upwards)
  • Enhanced levels of equipment 


Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV in detail:

Key to the success of the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is that it doesn’t ask its owners to make any compromises. For people wanting an SUV, it offers the same space and practicality, as well as the all-important elevated driving position, as any of its competitors. The battery pack doesn’t devour boot space or compromise the dynamics – it is integrated into the floor, keeping the centre of gravity low and ensuring that the Outlander PHEV retains the practical advantages of a large boot and fold-flat rear seats. For those looking for a four-wheel drive vehicle, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV offers the unique solution of having an electric motor for each axle which means that even in EV mode, the Outlander PHEV remains a true 4X4 at all times. 

For the growing number of people looking to drive more sustainable vehicles, the Outlander PHEV offers a real-world EV driving range far in excess of the average daily commute and ideally suited to the kind of use most family cars are put to: Short drives, often in urban or suburban stop-go traffic (i.e. the kind of motoring where internal combustion engines are often at their least efficient). And yet, thanks to the seamless integration of a powerful petrol engine, there is no range anxiety and no need for a second vehicle for longer drives – the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV can genuinely assume the role of primary vehicle for any family. 

Exterior Design

In terms of exterior design, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV benefits from a recently refreshed front end with a redesigned grille, bumper extensions, fog lamp bezels and “technical look” LED headlamps. The rear was enhanced with a redesigned rear bumper extension and a large roof spoiler while 18-inch multi-spoke alloys completed the exterior revisions. 

New for the 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, a special Red Diamond premium metallic paint, originally developed for the Eclipse Cross, has been made available. This new paint is applied – amongst other steps –using a semi-transparent red coating incorporating mica flakes applied over several other layers before being itself covered by a final clear coating. This process involves a succession of two baking stages while specially-developed programs ensure a high quality finish. 

Enhanced Driving Experience:

Since its launch in 2014, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has continuously evolved to ensure it remains at the cutting edge of the plug-in hybrid segment. Whereas its 2016 redesign focused on giving the vehicle the upmarket look and feel its advanced architecture and technology warranted, and 2017 brought more safety and technical features, the changes made for the 2019 Outlander PHEV last year were focussed on ensuring it remains a leader in terms of efficiency and performance while also improving every aspect of the driving experience – all in response to customer feedback. The revised specification and variant line-up for the 2020 model ensures there is an Outlander PHEV to suit everyone, with a new entry level model now available. 

Powering the 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is a “4B12” 2.4-litre petrol engine, which uses its MIVEC variable-valve timing system to seamlessly switch between Otto and Atkinson combustion cycles depending on the driving situation. The larger capacity means the engine produces 135ps and 211Nm torque across a wider rev range, when operating in the familiar Otto cycle mode, which is ideal for moderate-to-high load situations such as inclines and rapid acceleration. At the same time, the petrol engine also manages to be more efficient because it can switch to the Atkinson cycle – where the inlet valve remains open for longer, effectively reducing the compression stroke, thereby decreasing its capacity and consequently burning less fuel – under light load conditions such as motorway cruising. 

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV’s dual powertrain means that it’s not only efficient, but it also offers a better driving performance. The Outlander PHEV’s pure EV range is more than enough for the average daily UK commute: An impressive 28 miles according to the new, more stringent real-world WLTP tests. The WLTP average fuel economy figure for the new Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is 139mpg and its WLTP CO2 emissions are just 46g/km. 

Three Drive modes

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV offers three Drive Modes, all automatically activated by the PHEV Operating System and all offering permanent electric 4WD:

  • EV Priority Mode (up to 84 mph – where legal)
    • Car powered by the front & rear motors
    • Energy sourced from the battery 
  • Series Hybrid Mode
    • Car still powered by the front & rear motors
    • Engine engaged to run the generator to charge the battery while driving
    • Mode automatically activated for sudden acceleration, driving uphill or when the state of battery charge is too low
    • System switches back to EV Priority mode as much as possible 
  • Parallel Hybrid Mode
    • Engine powers front wheels (via Multimode front transaxle*)
    • Front electric motor assists engine, rear motor drives rear wheels
    • Mode automatically activated at high speed
    • System switches to Series Hybrid/ EV Priority mode as much as possible 

Luxurious interiors:

Ensuring maximum comfort levels, a new power lumbar support system has been added to the driver’s seat for the 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, with both driver and passenger seats being heated. Adding to the comfort of the interior, the convenient new 8-inch Smartphone Link Display Audio infotainment system allows drivers to use Apple CarPlay*1 and Android AutoTM*2 to get navigation directions optimised for traffic conditions, make and receive calls, access text messages and listen to music, all in a way that allows them to stay focused on the road.  Other features, such as the paddle-adjustable, six-setting regenerative braking system, remain key to the unique Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV driving experience and are therefore retained as before, with the recently revised instrument cluster providing the driver with more information as to the operation of the various drive systems. 

Enhanced Safety:

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV benefits from the latest in MMC safety technology, with its advanced features working to protect occupants, other road users and pedestrians, both in determining the risk of an impending accident and in the event of a collision. 

The SUV has a comprehensive passive safety architecture based on Mitsubishi’s RISE (Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution) impact safety body and seven SRS airbag arrangement. This includes airbags fitted in front driver and passenger, side and side curtain areas. The Dynamic Safety model benefits from additional active safety equipment including Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Mitigation (providing a visible and audible warning if a collision risk has been identified, escalating to autonomous braking if a high risk of collision has been determined); and Unintended Acceleration Mitigation System (in case the driver mistakenly presses the accelerator when stationary or at speeds of up to 6 mph), along with front and rear parking sensors. 

The 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is available now in the UK priced from £35,815 OTR. It is available in four trims levels – Verve, Design, Dynamic and Dynamic Safety, with details of each outlined below. The MY20 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV and can also be purchased online via Mitsubishi Motors’ Buy Online service https://buy.mitsubishi-motors.co.uk/ 

Model Specification:

Outlander PHEV Verve:

  • Permanent 4WD
  • New design 16-inch alloy wheels
  • Fabric seat trim
  • Heated front seats
  • Power lumbar support (driver’s seat)
  • Electric Pre-Heater
  • Reverse parking sensors
  • DAB audio
  • Electronic parking brake
  • EV priority mode
  • Cruise control
  • Dual-zone Climate control
  • Front & rear fog lamps
  • Keyless operation system
  • Remote smartphone app compatible 

Outlander PHEV Design:

Specification as Verve plus:

  • 18-inch alloy wheels
  • 8-inch smartphone Link Display Audio (SDA) with Apple CarPlay & Android Auto compatibility
  • Reversing camera in lieu of reverse parking sensors
  • Sunglasses pocket 

Outlander PHEV Dynamic:

Specification as Design plus:

  • Leather seats with powered driver’s seat
  • Black headlining
  • Blind Spot Warning (BSW)
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) 

Outlander PHEV Dynamic Safety

Specification as Dynamic plus:

  • Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM)
  • Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
  • Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
  • Automatic High Beam
  • Ultrasonic Misacceleration Mitigation System (UMS)
  • Front and rear parking sensors 

Pricing:

Version

OTR Price* (Apr 2020)

Outlander PHEV Verve

£35,815

Outlander PHEV Design

£36,825

Outlander PHEV Dynamic

£38,945

Outlander PHEV Dynamic Safety

£41,465

*OTR price includes first registration fee and VED. Metallic, Pearlescent and Diamond paint extra

Technical Specification: 

Outlander PHEV

4WD Auto

Dimensions (mm)

L 4695 / W 1800 / H 1710 / WB 2670

Boot Space (Litres)

463 (+35L under floor cargo box)

Track F/R (mm)

1540 / 1540

Ground Clearance (mm)

190

Off Road Angles (Degrees)

Approach 21.0° / Breakover 19.0° / Departure 22.5°

Towing Capacity (kg)

1,500 (braked trailer)

Engine

2,360cc  MIVEC Atkinson cycle

Max Output (ps)

135 @4,500

Torque (Nm)

211 @ 4,500rpm

Charging

AC230V 16A:3.5 hrs / 5.5hrs for AC 230V 10A) / CHADeMO~80% in 25 mins

0-62mph (secs)

                                                     10.5

Top Speed (MPH)

106

Top EV Speed (MPH)

84

Battery Storage

300V Lithium ion battery pack, 13.8kWh capacity

EV range

28 (WLTP) / 35 (WLTP City Driving)

Combined Cycle MPG

139 (WLTP)

CO2 Emissions

46 g/km (WLTP)

Kerb Weight (kg)

1,890

Fuel Tank Capacity

43 litres

Suspension F/R

McPherson Struts / Multi-Link

Brakes F/R

Ventilated Discs / Solid discs

Turning Circle

10.6m

Service Intervals

12,500 miles / 12 months

Insurance Group

·        Verve 25e

·        Design 26E

·        Dynamic 26E

·        Dynamic Safety 23E

Warranty

5 Years / 62,500 miles

Except traction battery which has 8 years/100,000 miles warranty

Anti-Perforation Warranty

12 Year Anti-Corrosion Perforation

Roadside Assistance

3 Year Pan-European including Home Start

 

–ENDS- 

*1… Apple CarPlay, iPhone, and Siri are trademarks of Apple Inc. registered in the United States and other countries.

*2… Android Auto and Google Maps are trademarks or registered trademarks of Google Inc.

*Not CVT- Multimode eTransmission with Hydraulic Clutch

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