Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Juro edition pumps up the value

New Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Juro adds more kit at no extra cost

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Juro

Mitsubishi has announced the Outlander PHEV Juro, a special edition version of the plug-in hybrid SUV that adds a hany slug of extra equipment. It costs from £32,749, the same as the GX3h+ model it's based on.

The Juro model gets a touchscreen display with TomTom sat-nav, plus smartphone connectivity and DAB radio. It also gets dual-zone climate control, cruise control, tinted windows, a leather steering wheel with audio controls and heated seats.

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From the outside you'll spot the Outlander lettering on the bonnet and LED daytime running lights, plus the 18-inch alloys wheels that come as standard. 

Mitsubishi has sold over 25,000 Outlander PHEVs in the UK since 2014, so it's the biggest-selling plug-in hybrid in Britain. 

It uses a 2.0-litre 4cyl petrol engine plus an electric motor, and manages CO2 emissions of 44g/km. You can charge up the battery at home or at work for a 32-mile range of pure electric power, which the brand says is enough for most commutes.

What do you think of the Outlander PHEV? Let us know below...

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