Mitsubishi adds GSR to Outlander PHEV line-up

Following the successful launch of the standard 2024 Outlander and Plug-In Hybrid EV ranges, Mitsubishi has now unveiled a new headline act in the form of a sporty PHEV GSR variant.

Priced from $73,790 plus on-roads, the new Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV GSR will be available in showrooms from March, and features black finishes to the front and rear bumper skid plates, grille mouldings, door mirrors, belt lines, and roof rails.

You’ll also find similar trim on the fog lamp bezels and Dynamic Shield. The unique appearance is further enhanced with black 20-inch alloy wheels and ‘Outlander’ bonnet lettering. A GSR tailgate badge completes the look.

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Inside, the contrasting theme continues with high-quality silver stitching deployed throughout the cabin. This is applied to the instrument panel trim, door trims and seats, complementing the black hood liner, A-pillar trims, seats and door trims.

The shift lever panel features a laser-etched black finish with piano black side panel. Like its siblings, the Outlander GSR PHEV comes with a range of passive and active safety features, including airbags.

There’s also active stability and traction control, ABS, brake override, blind spot monitoring, emergency brake assist, forward collision mitigation, hill descent control and hill start assist, lane change assist, a speed limiter and trailer stability assist.

MI-PILOT driving assistant technology is standard on Outlander GSR PHEV and adds additional functionality to the vehicle’s adaptive cruise control, including lane keep assist, with steering control.

The system also includes traffic jam assist, speed limit assist, and traffic sign recognition. In addition, the steering wheel now features touch sensors to control engagement with the safety setup.

All Mitsubishi Outlander variants are covered by Mitsubishi’s 10/10 Diamond Advantage warranty and capped price servicing program, providing 10-year or 200,000km coverage, and the same period of capped price servicing, plus 4-years roadside assist.

For Plug-In Hybrid EV models, the drive battery capacity care program provides protection against degradation, such that it retains at least 66 per cent of its useable energy capacity over this period. The drive battery is covered by an 8-year or 160,000km warranty.

It is a requirement that you have your vehicle serviced by an authorised Mitsubishi dealer to get the warranty, otherwise the car is only covered by a 5-year or 100,000km. You can find out more from your local dealership.

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