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For the wife of course , Mitsubishi Outlander GT
The PHEV versions appear to be attracting the biggest discounts here. Apparently they are heavily subsidised by our government and attract other tax advantages. They also come with a 5 year warranty which is a huge plus now that your need an electronics engineer as well as a mechanic to fix a modern car. They get better reviews than the Shogan.It has some nice space with all the seats down, we've decided to leave the 3rd row down most likely for ever. Not much room for anything above a 6 year old back there
The PHEV versions look interesting but I still think it is a bit early for a plug in car for me.
I'll look into that but in the U.K. it appears to be 5/62,500 with a few exceptions e.g. 8/100,000 for the traction battery on the Outlander PHEV.Only 5 years? It should be 10/100000 on the power train which was a big factor in our decision as most only offer 7/100000 on the power train. The 5 year (5/60000) should be the bumper to bumper.