2023 Outlander PHEV

2023 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV in White Bear Lake 

Fresh and new, the 2023 Mitsubishi Outlander plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) sport utility vehicle is keeping it real with some similarities to its standard designed cousin. Although it is not available on the market yet, a few details have been released to get you excited. Look for the new 2023 Mitsubishi at White Bear Mitsubishi when it becomes available.  You will look forward to the several new features that enhance the standard amenities you expect from Outlander.

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PHEV Performance

In other markets, both front and rear electric motors have been increased. The rear axles provide robust power from 30kW to 100kW while the maximum torque remains unchanged. The front axle torque was substantially increased from 37Nm to 255Nm. The battery has been improved to have a greater capacity, increasing from 13.8 to 20 kWh and the range of the charge has been improved. The EPA cycle on the old PHEV was 24 miles, but the 2023 PHEV should be able to get an improved EV-only range..   

While Mitsubishi has also expanded the 2023 Outlander PHEV's gas tank capacity to increase the total range, no figures have been provided at this time. In other markets - the all new Outlander PHEV has been launched with a fuel efficient 2.4 liter engine. We are awaiting the exact specifics on this engine after Mitsubishi Motors confirms US production. The 2023 model provides a new pedal mode, so that driving with one pedal is possible, meaning the 2023 model has seven drive modes available. Among these are the slippery condition mode, a Power mode, and an Eco mode.

Prior Changes that Helped Refresh the 2023 Outlander PHEV

So as exciting as the new specs for the 2023 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV are, the true refresh began with the 2022 model.  The Outlander, both hybrid and standard, was a bit outdated in its features, but with new 2022 designs came some fixes to the older Outlanders. The first change is that the Outlander was moved to a Rogue platform for smooth handling. Then, Mitsubishi adopted a more modern interior and exterior styling to include a third row of seating, making it more of a family vehicle.

With new styling and interior comfort as well as a third row, the 2023 PHEV has more to offer in a compact SUV, but the basic design is still the same. Although some information is known about the 2023 model, much is not known yet as followers wait for more hints from Mitsubishi. It is likely to be built on the 2022 model's drive train with some improvements in the redesign. Be looking for the new model to make it to the U.S. around mid-2022, so check with your White Bear Mitsubishi dealer sometime during the summer of 2022. Until then, stop in and see the current models to find a vehicle that fits your needs.