Mitsubishi has announced that it aims to target the premium company car market with the release of its new high-specification Outlander PHEV.
New features include high-line Nappa leather seats, dash, door and console lining in Porcelain Beige, Claret Red or Gunmetal Grey, seven speaker 420W premium Alpine Hi-Fi system, floor level, front and rear mood lighting, LED interior lights and ‘puddle’ lamps, front and rear heated seats, twin rear USB charging port, exterior, integrated side steps, rear spoiler, outlander bonnet badge, LED fog lamps and daytime running lights with chrome surrounds.
Externally the new models have full length side steps for easier access and the addition of a rear spoiler.
The top of the range GX5hs, priced at £44,999, is £75 a month in personal benefit-in-kind tax and is exempt from road tax. It’s also eligible for the Government’s plug-in car grant and companies can offset 100% of the purchase value against profits in the first year.
Head of corporate sales at Mitsubishi Motors UK Clive Messenger said: “The GX5h and GX5hs plug-in hybrid Outlanders offer such a fantastic package of benefits for both companies and company car drivers – high specification, luxury feel, low running costs, strong environmental credentials.
“We are expecting it to quickly populate company car choice lists UK-wide.”