As well as diesel power, there’s also the choice of a hybrid petrol-electric version. If you regularly drive on motorways, do lots of miles a year or tow heavy loads, the diesels will suit you. If you mostly do short journeys, the plug-in Outlander PHEV versions could be worth a look. Certainly, the latter’s potentially low running costs, together with the Outlander’s impressive practicality, could be an attractive combination for many SUV buyers.
Read on over the next few pages to get our in-depth impressions of all Outlander variants, along with our recommendations for which one to choose.
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