(22 .05.2019) The plug-in version of the SUV Mitsubishi Outlander is the most sold in Germany plug-in hybrid car, it achieved with 2,260 units sold a market share of 23.5 percent in the plug-in hybrid cars.
The plug-in hybrid car Outlander is one of the technological flagships of Mitsubishi Motors, the first time it was shown in 2012 at the auto show Paris Auto Show to the public, in 2019 it continues on its road to success.
In Germany, a total of 2,260 units of the innovative family SUV were sold from January to April 2019 inclusive. Thus, every fourth plug-in hybrid buyer in Germany opted for an Outlander.
The plug-in hybrid car Mitsubishi Outlander Hybrid was revised in 2019
Kolja Rebstock (Managing Director of Mitsubishi Motors in Germany):
"Our technology flagship Outlander Plug-in Hybrid has been the market leader in Germany since the beginning of the year – this is an outstanding piece of news that we at Mitsubishi Motors in Germany are especially proud of. With the full model year 2019, we are offering our customers even more efficiency and green technology at an unbeatable price, positioning us as a reliable and credible partner for the mobility of the future. "
In Germany, the new Mitsubishi Outlander plug-in hybrid is available from 29,990 euros. The extremely attractive price is made up of the non-binding price recommendation of 37,990 euros, minus 1,500 euros government subsidy and 6,500 euros Mitsubishi Elektrobonus. Its performance and efficiency-optimized hybrid system with new 2.4-liter DOHC "Atkinson" gasoline engine (99 kW / 135 hp) and a 70 kW / 95 hp electric motor in the rear not only meets the stringent requirements of the Euro 6d emission standard. TEMP. Thanks to a powerful 13.8 kWh traction battery and bidirectional charging option, the vehicle can also be used as a mobile battery storage and integrated in the stationary energy supply of a residential building or workstation.
SUVs are also becoming increasingly popular in Germany
SUV stands for Sport Utility Vehicle and in the year 2019 the demand for the SUV continues unabated, this trend continues in Germany, China and the USA. An S.UV are characterized by the fact that they are slightly higher than normal cars and thus, for example, offer a better all-round view.
At the same time, they are a relief to the elderly, as they do not have to bend down so hard to get in and even when getting out, it is much more comfortable.
The parlance SUV has prevailed in recent years in Germany, this may be due to the fact that "SUV" sounds stale for some people and the SUV sounds more modern.
According to research firm Jato, last year's SUV sales continued to grow, with 2018 global sales rising 6.8 percent to 29.8 million vehicles worldwide.
Numbers via KBA.de, text via: Mitsubishi Motors