I don’t know what it says about me as a motoring writer, but the cars I really like don't do well in the market. I fantasize about owning a first-generation BMW X6, I prefer the Honda CR-Z over the Toyota 86, and I think the Nissan Juke is a triumph of design. All those models I mentioned have never been the bestsellers in their segment.
In a way, I prefer that my automotive taste goes against the grain, because it gives me hope that my cars of choice will depreciate quickly and end up in OLX as bargains.
When the Mitsubishi Xpander first appeared online, early reactions were apprehensive. It looks like an evolution of the current Montero Sport's look, but it takes the Dynamic Shield design language to a more extreme direction.
Like the aforementioned Juke, it's hard to tell if the Xpander's headlights are in the thin slits beside the shiny grille, or if they're inside the massive 'inlets' on either side of the license plate holder (In case you're still wondering, they're the latter).