The Mitsubishi Outlander wins no prizes for refinement or interior quality, but the hybrid’s potentially low running costs will appeal to company car buyersread the full model review
The entry-level Outlander PHEV still gets plenty of kit including 18in alloy wheels, a reversing camera, dual-zone climate control, a touchscreen infotainment system with smartphone link display, and cruise control. Only the lack of automatic emergency braking lets it down.
This hybrid has a 2.4-litre petrol engine coupled with a hybrid drivetrain with front and rear electric motors. It accelerates eagerly at lower speeds but feels breathless at higher speeds, while the petrol unit can be harsh.