Government Plug-in Car Grant

Government Plug-in Car Grant
Outlander PHEV Charging

The plug-in car grant was established in 2011 and provides a subsidy towards the purchase price of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEV).

In February 2016 the Government announced a long-term extension, backed by a £400 million package to treble the number of ultra-low emission vehicles on Britain’s roads.

The Outlander PHEV is eligible for a £2,500 subsidy.

To find out more:

Contact Sparshatts Mitsubishi

Government Plug-in Car Grant is subject to availability and may be amended or withdrawn at any time.

 


All new vehicle prices are List Prices. For passenger cars the List Prices include VAT at 20% and the cost of delivery to the dealer’s premises, but exclude Government Road Fund Licence and First Registration Fee (£55). For commercial vehicles the Commercial Vehicle List Prices (CV List Prices) shown include the cost of delivery to the dealer’s premises, but exclude VAT, Government Road Fund Licence and First Registration Fee (£55). Government Road Fund Licence for passenger cars is variable between £0 and £1,120 depending upon the Vehicle Excise Duty Band, which is based on CO2 emissions. Government Road Fund Licence for commercial vehicles is £240. On the road prices range from £11,674.00 to £46,054.00 and include VED and First Registration Fee. Prices shown are for solid paint. Metallic paint extra. Official EU MPG and EV Range test figures shown as a guide for comparative purposes and may not reflect real driving results. Images shown are for illustrative purposes only and UK specification may vary, please check details with your local dealer.