Mitsubishi and Endesa sign an agreement so that you no longer need to go to the petrol station

Published on Tuesday, 31 July 2018

Can you imagine only having to go to the petrol station on a long trip? Mitsubishi, a leader brand for plug-in hybrids in Spain, Europe and the rest of the world with its Outlander PHEV, and Endesa, a leader company in the electricity and energy services sector, have come to an agreement to facilitate even further access to electrical mobility for Outlander PHEV clients.

With the Outlander PHEV, classified by the Spanish DGT as a “Zero Emissions” vehicle thanks to its autonomy in electrical mode of 54 km, there are very few visits to the petrol station over the year. And now, thanks to the Integral Solution for Recharging an Endesa Electrical Vehicle, it will be much easier to leave the house each morning with the fully charged Outlander PHEV battery.

Endesa, with over seven years of experience with this kind of services, has everything it needs to provide Mitsubishi customers with a top quality and tailored solution. Its integral recharging solution includes the entire recharging point installation process from initial contact at the Mitsubishi dealer up to final installation.

Mitsubishi customers can also opt for a special offer of electrical supply and benefit from the Electrical Vehicle Zero Time tariff, whereby each month the first 100 kWh of recharge (approximately 450 km in electrical mode) are at zero Euros if recharging is performed at night time (from 1 am to 7 am).. The remaining recharges will also carry a 60% bonus in the energy terminal.

Without a doubt, this agreement adds value to the purchase of a Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV and to cover one of the customer’s most important needs for a plug-in electrical hybrid vehicle which is none other than installation of the recharging point.

Thanks to this agreement, Mitsubishi, with its Outlander PHEV and ENDESA - that guarantees that the energy used for recharging vehicles comes from energies with a renewable certificate - continues to respect the environment and also contributes definitively to the improved air quality of cities.