The new Outlander PHEV. A power-generating 4WD SUV plug-in hybrid EV.

The new Outlander PHEV. A power-generating 4WD SUV plug-in hybrid EV.

The new Outlander PHEV. A power-generating 4WD SUV plug-in hybrid EV.

The new Outlander PHEV. A power-generating 4WD SUV plug-in hybrid EV.

The new Outlander PHEV. A power-generating 4WD SUV plug-in hybrid EV.

MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER PHEV THINK FORWARD - DRIVE FORWARD Zero emissions in EV mode 52km EV mode cruising range 824km total cruising range 1.9L/100 km fuel economy (combined) €170 Annual Road Tax Self- charging for zero range anxiety. Charge-on-the- go function. €1.20 cost to charge EV battery* 4WD technology from Lancer Evolution – Super All Wheel Control (S-AWC) SUV Space, Versatility & Cargo capacity. + + Equipment high standard of equipment * Based on Electric Ireland ValueSaver NightSaver price plan. Valid as of 3rd February 2014. Source: www. electricireland.ie

The new Outlander PHEV. A power-generating 4WD SUV plug-in hybrid EV.

CONTENTS USP (Unique Selling Propositions) Design (exterior) Design (interior) Packaging Plug-in Hybrid EV System Charging System S-AWC Standard Features New levels of safety, quietness and reliability Terminology Index Questions and answers 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 13 14 15 NEW OUTLANDER PHEV Global Standard Product Reference Manual 1

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Q& A Question&Answer Driving What’s the difference between a PHEV, HV, and PHV? PHEV and PHV vehicles feature a drive battery that can be charged directly from an external power source. For this reason, they have a longer cruising range under electric power than HV vehicles. PHEV vehicles can also use the engine as a generator to charge the drive battery, but PHV vehicles cannot. If the battery runs down on a PHV vehicle, it must operate in HV mode until it is charged from an external source.

What happens if I run out of gas and the drive battery runs down? Even if you run out of gas, you can still drive the vehicle as long as the drive battery still has power. However, because the drive motor is also used to start the engine in PHEV vehicles, if you are out of both gasoline and drive battery power, the drive motor will not be able to start the engine even if you fill up with gas. If you run both completely down, you will need to charge the drive battery using an external power source before you can drive again.

When does the engine come on? The gasoline engine comes on when the drive battery level becomes low and requires charging or when a large amount of drive power is needed. The vehicle can continue running in EV Drive mode while the engine is charging the battery, and the engine can supply drive power to assist the electric motors. The engine may sometimes come on to supply heat when the air conditioning system is in use. The engine comes on automatically when I start up the vehicle, even though the battery is fully charged. Why?

To prevent engine damage caused by fuel deterioration, the engine comes on to consume fuel if no more than 10 liters of gasoline have been added to the fuel tank in three straight months. The engine will continue turning on automatically while driving (in HV mode) until the fuel tank is filled with at least 15 liters of gasoline. Do I need to operate the Selector Lever or anything else when I’m starting up or shutting down the vehicle? Startup: Press the power switch once while pressing the brake pedal to start up the PHEV system. When the gauge says READY, move the Selector Lever to D while keeping your foot on the brake. Release the brake pedal and press the accelerator to begin driving. Shutdown: To completely stop the vehicle, hold down the brake pedal while pressing the Parking Switch. When the gauge indicates that the Selector Lever is in the P position, turn the power switch to OFF and the PHEV system will shut down.

●If you try to turn the power switch OFF while in any position besides P during shutdown, the vehicle will automatically return to the P position and the automatic parking lock feature will engage. ●The gauge shows the position of the Selector Lever. ●The Parking Switch (P position) is automatically released. ●If you do not hold down the brake pedal, you will not be able to change the position of the Selector Lever. ● If the following operations are carried out while the vehicle is in motion, a buzzer will sound and the vehicle will automatically shift to the N position: ●Pushing the Parking Switch ●Switching to the R position while driving forward ●Switching to the D position while reversing What is the maximum grade I can climb? About 30%.

How often should I change the oil? Just like a gasoline-powered vehicle, you should change your oil every 20,000 km or every year. When the drive battery is low, is it more efficient to drive in charging/EV mode or HV mode? Repeatedly switching between Battery Charge mode and EV mode deteriorates mileage by 20% in comparison with HV mode. Why does my cruising range decrease when I turn the air conditioning (AC) on? Just like your home air conditioner, the on-board AC unit consumes electricity. Because this electricity is supplied by the drive battery, cooling the interior (for example, keeping the interior at 25°C when it is 35°C outside) reduces EV cruising range by about 30%, while heating the interior (for example, keeping the interior at 25°C when it is -10°C outside), reduces it by about 40%. POWER PUSH N D B R Note: The automatic parking lock feature is a supplementary feature only. Press the Parking Switch to shut down the vehicle.

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Q& A Question&Answer What is the life of the drive battery? Like any lithium ion battery, the drive battery will gradually lose its charge and cruising range over time in accordance with how it is used. This is an inherent feature of lithium ion batteries and is therefore not covered by the regular warranty. Can I get a different charging cable besides the standard 5-meter, 230V cable? A 10-meter/230V charging cable is available as a manufacturer’s option. Battery and charging How can I determine the remaining drive battery capacity?

The Multi Information Display in the middle of the dual meter cluster shows how much charge is left in the drive battery. Can I charge the PHEV from a regular home outlet? The PHEV can be charged from a 3 Pin 13A socket however it isrecommended that you run a special line from your breaker’s switchboard. Electricity supply What is the Vehicle to Home (V2H) power supply function? We are still examining legality and other issues. However, the vehicle already supports this feature that technically enables energy from the drive battery to be used to power a home. It requires the factory-installed quick-charge feature.

Other questions Can I use a trailer hitch? A trailer hitch can be used in the EU. Up to 1.5t towing is permitted. Can I check my combined fuel consumption on the Multi Information Display or by using the MMCS? No, but you can check the average fuel consumption separately for EV Drive and HV Drive by using the MMCS. Where can I get the Mitsubishi Remote Control app? The application can be purchased from the Mitsubishi Motors website, the Apple Store or Google Play. 20 16

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Find us on Mitsubishi Motors Ireland Mitsubishi House JFK Drive, Naas Road Dublin 12 Ph: 1890 41 51 61 Email: info@mitsubishi-motors.ie www.mitsubishi-motors.ie Some equipment may vary according to market. Please consult your local authorised Mitsubishi Motors dealership for details.

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