THROUGH THE RANGE
Our guide to which trim level might suit you THERE are lots of trim levels available in the Outlander PHEV range, but starting with this Kotu model, with a £3,000 deposit (plus another £2,500 from Mitsubishi) on the same PCP terms as its rivals, the car costs £471 a month. Leather adds another £31 per month.
Upgrade to the Juro trim, which gets a rear-view camera as well as Apple Carplay and Android Auto, and your monthly outgoings will rise to £520.
As for the regular range, 4h spec will cost £601 per month and gets leather as standard as well as upgraded nav.
The 4hs adds adaptive cruise and a 360-degree camera, but will cost another £57 per month, while 5h and 5hs variants come in at £704 and £760 respectively and get everything you could wish for – although quality is still an issue.