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~18,000 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEVs Sold In 2013!

Originally published on Kompulsa.

Mitsubishi sold 17,805 Outlander PHEVs over the course of 2013. In, Japan, it sold 9,608. In December, this PHEV outsold all of the other plug-in vehicles in Japan.

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV internals.
Image Credit: Mitsubishi.

This is a good start for Mitsubishi in the budding PHEV industry, where prices are still a bit high, and everyone is struggling to get their own PHEV models sold. Mitsubishi could have sold even more if it didn’t encounter a battery problem which limited the Outlander’s sales. The next target is to sell 30,000 of them by the end of March.

Outside of Japan, 8,197 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEVs were sold in Europe, 8,009 of which were sold in the Netherlands.

Source: InsideEVs.

 
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