Outlander PHEV Charging
There are many ways to charge the Outlander PHEV. You can plug it into a normal 3-pin plug at home, you can plug it into a 16A dedicated home charge point or you can plug in at over 1,000 on-street public charge points nationwide. You can also use the PHEVs own regenerative braking system to add charge as you drive and finally you can charge your PHEV using the petrol engine by selecting charge mode.
Ways to Charge
The drive battery can be charged with your standard 3-pin plug at home, which we recommend using a dedicated electrical circuit, checked by a qualified electrician. 7 hours (230V 8A) or 5.5 hours (230V 10A).
Dedicated Home Charge Point
A dedicated Home Charge Point is one that is installed outside your home by a qualified electrician and will charge your Outlander PHEV in 4-5 hours.
A Fast Charger can give you up to an 80% charge in as little as 25 minutes, making them the fastest way to charge your Outlander PHEV. You can find them at a lot of motorway services now.
You can also use the PHEVs own regenerative braking system to add charge as you drive and you can charge your PHEV using the petrol engine by selecting charge mode.
Mitsubishi Remote Control
Let the Outlander PHEV tell you when it's all charged up
Want to know when your Outlander PHEV is fully charged? The Mitsubishi Remote Control will tell you. Plus it lets you remotely set charging times or programme it to pre-heat or cool the cabin, so when you get back to your car, it’s the perfect temperature for you.
To discover how astonishingly economical OUTLANDER PHEV is, go to Running Costs.
Equipment may vary by market. Please consult your local Mitsubishi Motors dealer/distributor for details.