A few months ago, MotorMartin had the immense pleasure of spending a week in a gorgeous Orient Red Outlander PHEV, which was followed up in the post Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV GX5h: Electric Boogaloo and on MotorMartin’s YouTube review. In fact, there was a sadness around MotorMartin Towers when the extremely impressive PHEV was returned back to the land of Mitsubishi, leaving, as it did, an Outlander shaped hole in MotorMartin’s heart.
So when news arrived up on the top floor of MotorMartin Towers regarding a further incentive to encourage you into your Local Mitsubishi dealer then MotorMartin had to awake from his slumber, sit up and take notice. Mitsubishi Motors have shared with MotorMartin that customers purchasing a new Outlander PHEV -the UK’s best-selling zero-emissions capable vehicle – can now have a Mitsubishi-approved Chargemaster Homecharge unit supplied and fully installed completely free of charge.
Mitsubishi go on to say that Private, business and fleet customers will save £279 on a 3.6kW Chargemaster Homecharge unit, which includes full standard domestic installation. The unit charges the Outlander 60% faster than a 13A socket and is the quickest, safest and easiest way to charge at home. Just what you need then.
And not only that, but in further good news for the Outlander PHEV owner, to keep drivers fully-charged when away from home, all new Outlander PHEVs also come with a free POLAR Plus membership card, which gives unlimited instant access to Chargemaster’s rapidly-expanding network of over 5,000 public charging points for a six month period. As the UK’s largest charging network, this means Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV drivers can access more than three times as many public charging points than those of any other network and makes recharging away from home easy and hassle-free. Which regular readers of motormartin.com will recognise as helping to solve one of MotorMartin’s concerns regarding electric vehicles (EVs), their range. As MotorMartin previously discovered, regular charging prepares the PHEV for fully electric commuting which it does brilliantly.
Chargemaster have let it be known to MotorMartin that they are the exclusive official charging partner of Mitsubishi Motors in the UK and are renowned for their customer service and satisfaction scores, as well as the quality and reliability of their units, which come with a three-year guarantee. Chargemaster have also explained to MotorMartin that they have a dedicated Homecharge team which makes the whole process as simple as possible as it’s specialist engineers aim to complete a trouble-free installation for an Outlander PHEV customer within two weeks – available nationwide.
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV drivers can apply for this offer online, at www.mitsubishi-cars.co.uk/chargepoint or by calling the Chargemaster Homecharge team on 01582 399 412 and MotorMartin certainly recommends that you do so.
David Martell, Chargemaster CEO, informed MotorMartin that: “Customers buying a Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV can make the best use of its range by charging it every day. Our free Homecharge offer now makes this even easier. Chargemaster is committed to making charging easy and accessible for every EV motorist, and the team can’t wait to get started on the campaign and future Homecharge installations to support Mitsubishi.”
Chargemaster, the UK’s largest provider of EV charging infrastructures, has already supplied over 30,000 Homecharge units in the UK and was recently featured in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 for the third year in a row. Impressive indeed.
To take advantage of this offer you need to move reasonably quickly as this offer is open to new Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV customers registered between 14 October and 28 December 2016, with an installation date of 31st January 2017 or earlier, who are also eligible for the OLEV Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme grant.
Well done then to Mitsubishi and Chargemaster for removing another barrier to an even better take up of the very impressive and, it has to be said, extremely handsome Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV.
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