According to What Car
‘The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is a company car tax marvel. Although it’s based on the regular diesel-engined version of the Outlander, this PHEV model is a petrol-electric hybrid, meaning ultra-low CO2 emissions and low benefit-in-kind car tax.
The Outlander PHEV will potentially save company car taxpayers thousands of pounds in tax payments over their ownership. And because it can run on pure electric power, many people will be able to charge at home and travel to work and back using no fuel at all.’
This is a great choice for people who make longer journeys. It has around 25 miles of charge and can be charged up on the move while on engine mode or by plugging it in.
The petrol engine removes all range anxiety and means that the PHEV can be driven like a normal petrol car but the more electric use you can get, the lower your running costs and emissions.