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Ten Second Review
Think of a Mitsubishi Outlander SUV and you tend to think of Plug-in Hybrid power. The brand also though, offers a conventional 2.0-litre 150PS petrol version, which is much more affordable and will be a better bet if you regularly tow or drive off road. Plus it gives you the third seating row that PHEV variant buyers can't have. And it undercuts most of its 'D'-segment SUV rivals on price. For sure, you get old-school virtues here, but there's certainly still a place for this Mitsubishi in this form.
We first saw this third generation Outlander design back in 2013, when it was launched with a 2.2-litre DI-D diesel engine. The PHEV version followed in 2014 and instantly transformed the Plug-in hybrid market segment across Europe, racking up over 115,000 sales in the following four years. By 2018 though, the Outlander was facing greater challenges: not only the age of its design but also the abolition of the UK government Plug-in Car Grant that had previously done much to promote sales of the PHEV version. Mitsubishi's response was delivered in two parts. Firstly, the brand introduced significant changes to the Outlander PHEV, including a fresh 2.4-litre petrol engine mated to improved electrical technology, plus there was a classier cabin. The idea was to reassure buyers that this variant really could justify premium pricing. For those unable to stretch to the required asking figures but still wanting an Outlander, the brand changed its approach with regard to its range of conventionally-engined models, deleting the 2.2-litre diesel option and offering instead the more affordable 150PS 2.0-litre petrol powerplant we look at here.
If you're of the opinion that many family SUVs have just become estate cars with a little more ground clearance and a largely redundant all-wheel drive system, you might well like the conventional 2.0-litre 150PS petrol-powered version of this Outlander. Despite its modern styling, there's something quite old school in the way that it drives, and I mean that as a compliment. Set off down the road and the feeling you get is that of being in a 'proper' SUV, rather than some sort of ineffectual crossover vehicle. You sense the meatiness of the steering and the gutsiness of the 2.0-litre petrol engine and realise that this is a vehicle you'll be able to rely on, a car that'll work with you, even in a tight spot. 62mph from rest in this entry-level Outlander model occupies 13.3s en route to a maximum of 118mph. And there's 195Nm of torque, enough pulling power to facilitate a 2.0-tonned braked towing capacity that's half a tonne more than the alternative hybrid derivative can manage. Like the PHEV, this 2.0-litre petrol variant can only be had with an automatic gearbox, but it's a very different one, a more conventional INVECS-II transmission that's tuned to help with towing and off roading. There are three driving modes provided: '4WD ECO' is the setting you'll need to get anywhere near the quoted fuel returns - 37.7mpg on the combined cycle and 171g/km of CO2. Here, the car is powered through the front wheels nearly all the time, only sending drive to the rear when a loss of traction is sensed. There might not be too many occasions when you'd bother to switch to the second 4x4 setting, '4WD Auto', a mode which duplicates much the same functionality but operates the car less economically. Finally, there's a '4WD LOCK' mode that you'll only need if your Outlander ends up somewhere you really shouldn't have ventured with it in the first place.
Design and Build
This isn't an SUV you'd buy to make a driveway statement but in its own way, it's smartly functional. The key recent updates apply at the front, which gets a redesigned grille, a restyled bumper extension and smarter fog lamp bezels. Inside, the brand's has standardised its 'SDA' 'Smartphone Link Display Audio' system, which gives you a 7-inch high-definition centre dashboard colour infotainment screen framed in a gloss black panel above the climate control switchgear. From here, you access the usual navigation, DAB audio, Media and Bluetooth 'phone features. In the second row, there's reasonable space for two adults - or three at a squash, with the third person's cause aided by the way that the central transmission tunnel has been kept usefully low. You can slide this bench back and forth in a way you can't on the alternative PHEV variant, which is limited by the battery pack situated beneath the seat. And in this conventional petrol variant, behind the second row bench, you get a couple of fold-out boot-mounted chairs that can't be offered by the PHEV Outlander model. There's decent boot space too - 1,608-litres, with all the seats folded.
Market and Model
If you like the idea of an Outlander but aren't really wedded to the idea - or the price - of Plug-in hybrid technology, then this conventional 2.0-litre petrol model with 150PS offers a decent alternative, priced much more affordably in the £28,000 to £30,000 bracket. Should you happen to be wondering about the diesel power this third generation Outlander model was originally launched with, well Mitsubishi no longer offers that with this car in the UK. How things have changed. All Outlanders come with 4WD and automatic transmission and if you go for the conventional petrol model, you'll get a third seating row as standard too. The petrol variant offers a choice of either 'Juro' or plusher '4'-spec trim levels. Even with base 'Juro' trim, this car comes very well equipped. At this level, you get 18-inch alloy wheels, roof rails, rear privacy glass, power-folding mirrors, front fog lamps, headlamp washers, auto headlamps and wipers and a Thatcham category 1 alarm. Standard interior features across the range include air conditioning with dual-zone climate control, an auto-diming rear view mirror, cruise control, a heated windscreen, heated front seats, Bluetooth 'phone connectivity and leather for the steering wheel and gearstick. Rear parking sensors are missing at this level, but you do get a reversing camera. Infotainment is covered off by the brand's 'SDA' 'Smartphone Link Display Audio' system, which gives you a 7-inch high-definition centre dashboard colour infotainment screen with 'Apple CarPlay/'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring and a DAB radio.
Cost of Ownership
There's a simple reason why Mitsubishi has kept the output of its conventional petrol-engined Outlander model relatively low: namely, to keep running costs in check. You can't expect the figures delivered here to match those of more modern rivals: this is, after all, a tougher, more capable SUV than many of its competitors. Still, it doesn't do too badly, with a standard engine start/stop system enabling this variant to return 37.7mpg on the combined cycle and 171g/km of CO2. What else might you need to know? Well there's reasonably affordable insurance rated at group 19E for the base 'Juro' model and group 20E for the plusher '4'-spec variant. Another thing you might be encouraged by as a potential buyer is the decently long five year warranty - though that's slightly spoiled by the brand's insistence on limiting it to 62,500 miles. As you'd expect in this day and age, there's a 12-year anti-perforation warranty. And three years of pan-European roadside assistance and homestart are included in the price. Servicing is required every year or 12,500 miles (whichever comes first) and you can keep maintenance costs down by purchasing a decent value pre-paid servicing pack which takes care of the cost of garage visits for three years or 36,000 miles. The pack costs £450 and Mitsubishi says that over 90% of its customers purchase it.
By Jonathan Crouch
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Key Standard Features*
- Solid - Frost white
- Solid paint
- Premium diamond quilted leather - Black
|Front and rear electric windows|
|Intermittent rear wiper with washer|
|Front variable wipers with washer|
|Brake assist function|
|Electronic parking brake|
|Hill start assist|
|Active stability and traction control|
|Emergency stop signalling system|
|Active city braking|
|Brake auto hold|
|Rear cross traffic alert|
|Adjustable speed limiter|
|360 degree parking camera|
|Blind spot warning|
|On demand 4WD with 4WD eco and lock mode|
|Auto Stop and Go|
|Remote fuel lid opener|
|Service interval indicator|
|4WD drivetrain mode indicator|
|Instrument display with digital meters|
|Smartphone link audio display|
|Navigation system with colour screen|
|Auto dimming rear view mirror|
|Electric folding/heated door mirrors with integrated indicators|
|Gloss black dashboard|
|Steering wheel mounted audio controls|
|DAB Digital radio|
|Rear USB port|
|Bluetooth with music streaming|
|Radio with 6 speakers|
|Exterior Body Features|
|Colour keyed rear spoiler|
|Colour keyed door mirrors/handles|
|Front skid plate|
|Rear skid plate|
|Silver roof rails|
|Shark fin roof aerial|
|Visible VIN plate|
|Black wheel arch garnishes|
|Colour keyed front and rear bumpers|
|Laser etched ornament panelling|
|Rear fog lamp|
|LED daytime running lights|
|LED high beam|
|Rear high-mounted stop lamp|
|Dusk sensing headlights|
|LED headlamps with auto levelling|
|LED front fog lamps|
|Follow you home headlamp function|
|Rear window demister|
|Dual zone climate control|
|Leather steering wheel|
|Retractable luggage cover|
|Interior tailgate handle|
|Chrome interior door handles|
|Heated steering wheel|
|Tilt/telescopic steering column|
|Black leather seats|
|Rear centre armrests with cupholders|
|Front armrest with storage box|
|Apple CarPlay preparation|
|12V sockets in front, rear and centre|
|Centre console box|
|Illuminated console box|
|Luggage area lamp|
|Front and rear interior lamps|
|Height adjustable front seatbelts|
|Seatbelt warning lamp|
|Rear child proof door locks|
|Tyre pressure monitoring system|
|3 point seatbelts on all rear seats|
|Front seatbelt pretensioners/force limiters/ELR|
|Front passenger airbag deactivation|
|Reinforced Impact safety evolution (RISE) body safety system|
|3 point front seat belts|
|Front, side, curtain and knee airbags|
|2x 2nd row ISOFIX child seat mountings|
|Height adjustable driver's seat|
|Height adjustable front headrests|
|3rd row head restraints|
|8 way electric adjustable drivers seat|
|Driver seat lumbar adjustment|
|Sliding/reclining front seats with fully-flat function|
|2 x 3rd row 3 point seatbelts|
|60/40 split rear seats with fold flat facility|
|Height adjustable rear headrests|
|Front seat heaters|
|Locking wheel nuts|
|Thatcham Cat.1 alarm|
|Remotely controlled keyless entry|
|Keyless operation system|
|Wheels - Alloy|
|18" alloy wheels|
|Wheels - Spare|
|Tyre inflation kit|
|0 to 60 mph (secs)|
|0 to 62 mph (secs)||13.3|
|Engine Power - BHP||150|
|Engine Power - KW||110|
|Engine Power - PS|
|Engine Power - RPM||6000|
|Engine Torque - LBS.FT||144|
|Engine Torque - MKG||19.9|
|Engine Torque - NM||195|
|Engine Torque - RPM||4200|
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