How to charge the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV?

Obviously, the main asset that offers us the new Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV 2016 is its ability circulate in all-electric mode for up to 52 kilometers thanks to its hybrid system plug-in. However, and this is a plug-in hybrid vehicle, we have controlled the load on the battery, over time, to proceed to recharge.

If you’ve never been at the controls of an electric vehicle or plug-in hybrid, will be of interest to this other video that offer us the guys from Mitsubishi. In particular, we detailed all the options available at the time of charging the battery of the Outlander PHEV.

Three methods to recharge the Outlander PHEV

  • Load at home by using a specific unit. To do this we use a professional installer to have this load point at our home. The car must be stopped and turned off. It is then when you connect the cable to the charging socket on the left that lights up for your convenience. The system will automatically stop when charging is complete. In addition, we will be able to stop the charging process at any time by simply disconnecting the cable.
  • A household outlet conventional. We may also choose to connect our hybrid to a household outlet conventional. And that is, under the floor of the trunk, the Outlander PHEV features a specific cable to recharge the battery making use of this type of plug. The vehicle will handle during all times automatically the charging process.
  • you can Also opt for a point of recharge fast. On public roads there are dotted a series of charging points public so that you can make use to recharge the battery to 80% in only 30 minutes.

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV - cable de carga

The Mitsubishi Outlandeter PHEV offers three methods to charge your battery.

Except the choice of the point of recharge to the public, the rest take between 3 and a half hours and 5 hours to recharge to full battery the SUV of Mitsubishi.

finally, warn us of the importance of alternate methods of load to ensure that the battery is preserved as best as possible with the passage of time. And, in any case, we’ll start up the car while the charging cable is connected. We will be able to cause a malfunction in the electrical system or the battery itself to do so.