In this comparison of the 2021 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV and the 2021 Volvo XC90 Recharge, we noticed a lot of similar features offered. For San Jose, San Francisco, and Oakland, California, drivers, you can get what you want in your chosen SUV hybrid. Hayward Mitsubishi weighed the options of the two to see how both fares.
With a 184.8-inch length and 70.9-inch width, the new Outlander PHEV will fit into those more snug-fitting spaces. If you drive the Volvo XC90, you may run into more challenges when seeking out the ideal yet tight spot close to the entrance of a store, for instance. It extends to 195 inches in length and spans 84.3 inches in width.
In fact, when you start examining the interior dimensions of both, you will be surprised to know that the front legroom in both SUVs reaches 40.9 inches. The front headroom in the Outlander PHEV stretches to 40.6 inches, while the XC90 hits 38.9 inches of front headroom.
In addition, both offer leather steering wheels.
Volvo also carries similar systems, like Oncoming Lane Mitigation, Blind Spot Information System with Steer Assist, Driver Assist with Cross Traffic Alert, and a Lane Keeping Aid.
For more advanced systems, both the Outlander PHEV and the XC90 feature a multi-view camera system and Adaptive Cruise Control.
The Volvo includes a 2.0L I-4 Supercharged Turbo Drive E engine that can achieve an EPA-estimated 55 combined MPGe. That’s quite a difference from the Mitsubishi mileage you’ll achieve. This vehicle, too, includes five drive modes through Drive Mode Select, including Comfort, Eco, Dynamic, Off-Road, and Individual.
You’ll discover many similarities between the 2021 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV and the 2021 Volvo XC90 Recharge, especially with the safety features and standard engine. San Jose, San Francisco, and Oakland, CA, drivers will note, though, the incredible difference between hybrid efficiency. For an in-person demonstration and test drive, contact Hayward Mitsubishi.