Why The 2021 Mitsubishi Outlander Is Successful In Europe

We will present today an genuine Japanese car in terms of the name and place of manufacture as well, the car we are talking about it the 2021  Mitsubishi Outlander, which will be the star of today’s episode of Test Drive program with Karim Deeb.

The Outlander is very famous in the global markets, but this is the first time it becomes available in the Arab Gulf markets, and this model was offered by Mitsubishi in our Arab markets after the increase in demand for environmentally friendly cars.

Before we introduce you to the Japanese car that will be the star of this episode, here are the last 3 cars we test-drove:

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The Outlander is considered the best-selling hybrid-electric car in the world, within the Plug-in Hybrid category that combines a petrol engine with an electric motor powered by a rechargeable battery. It is worth noting that the beginning of this model came in 2001 in Japan, and today we are testing the third generation of it which debuted at the Paris show in 2012 as a 2013 model.

Mechanical Specifications:

Outlander depends on a Plug-in hybrid system that combines a 2.4-liter, 4-cylinder petrol engine, with two electric motors, to produce 224 hp of total power, and it works with a four-wheel-drive system.

In the event that the electric motors are charged with a 230-volt charger, the entire process requires 5 hours and a half, However, the Outlander is the world’s first plug-in hybrid electric vehicle equipped with DC Fast Charging —capable of reaching 80% capacity in just 25 minutes, and it is possible to drive this car using electricity only up to a distance of 55 km at a speed of no more than 135 km / h.

The price of the 2021 Mitsubishi Outlander in the UAE market will start from 37,300 US dollars, equivalent to 137 thousand dirhams or 139,900 Saudi riyals, and the price of the car that Karim test-drove in this episode is 41,120 US dollars, equivalent to 151 thousand dirhams or 154,200 Saudi riyals.

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