Mitsubishi offers £6,500 off Outlander PHEV in scrappage scheme deal

As part of its new scrappage scheme, existing Mitsubishi customers can acquire the new Outlander PHEV at a reduced cost

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi is offering up to £6,500 off the price of the new Outlander PHEV to customers driving its existing higher-emission vehicles as part of the Japanese manufacturers new scrappage scheme. 

The offer is available to pre-2010 Mitsubishi customers with EU1 to EU4 emissions specifications, with Mitsubishi knocking £4,000 off the OTR price for the plug-in hybrid Outlander PHEV. A further £2,500 gets taken off the price as a result of the government’s plug-in car grant, giving the customer a potential £6,500 off the new SUV.

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The scrappage scheme isn’t exclusive to the new Outlander. The Mirage supermini benefits from a £2,000 scrappage allowance along with a 5.9 per cent APR PCP finance rate. Customers looking to buy the new ASX SUV will be offered £3,000 while £3,500 can go towards the seven-seat Outlander diesel.

The aim of the generous scrappage deal is to promote Mitsubishi’s new range of lower-emission and hybrid vehicles and probably to give sales levels a bit of a boost as well. The Outlander PHEV produces 41g/km CO2 emissions and fuel consumption of up to 166mpg combined, with Mitsubishi offering £6,500 off the price if the customer exchanges their existing model. With this offer, there's good potential to get a cost effective new SUV on your driveway. The offer is available to Mitsubishi customers now and will run until the 28th of December 2017.

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