Articles about Mitsubishi Motors Philippines

It’s finally here
We have some good news for those of you who've held back on buying the all-new Mitsubishi Xpander to wait for its beefier sibling: The 2023 Xpander Cross is now available locally.With this, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines (MMPC) is giving
Another one
It isn't just the Toyota Wigo that's received a price increase recently. Over at Mitsubishi Motors Philippines (MMPC), the Montero Sport midsize SUV has received one as well.If you visit the official MMPC price list, you'll notice that
Look out, Veloz and BR-V
We were spoiled for choice when it came to small seven-seater launches in 2022. We saw the arrival of the new-generation Toyota Veloz and Honda BR-V, the first-ever Hyundai Stargazer, and the updated Mitsubishi Xpander. But Mitsubishi says
Here are solid secondhand cars with strong resale value
When it comes to resale value, most folks will mention Toyota as an automaker that generally resists depreciation. We won't blame them for that, especially given the brand's reputation for reliability and dependability. But that doesn't mean Toyota is
We find out in this Big Test
We like comparing cars here at Top Gear Philippines. Comparos give us a better look at just how a particular model fares side by side with its direct competitor. Or in this case, multiple competitors.We recently took out the all-new
In case the stock look isn’t enough
The Mitsubishi Mirage G4 is easily one of the country's most recognizable sedans. That said, its design isn't one we'd consider too sporty-even with the new Dynamic Shield grille designers slapped onto the face for the refresh.Mitsubishi
We compare the newcomer to the established MPV
Toyota launched the new Avanza, Mitsubishi launched the refreshed Xpander, and recently, Nissan launched the Mitsubishi-based Livina. Now, Hyundai is about to join this hot competitive segment with the new Stargazer. At this point, we can probably call 2022 the year
It's X, okay? Not K.
It's not just the MPV market that's buzzing with activity right now. The mini crossover market is making quite a bit of noise too. It all started with Toyota with the Raize, and Honda with the yet-to-be named
Not many surprises here
Well, we're three quarters into 2022 now. With just one quarter left, we now have a somewhat clear picture of what the local auto industry's year-end sales rankings should look like.Based on data provided by the Chamber of
The industry continues its recovery
This year continues to be a promising one in terms of the local auto industry's recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.According to the latest Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines (CAMPI) and Truck Manufacturers Association (TMA) data, a total
Worth the asking price?
Ralliart is back in the Philippines. Well, sort of.As we reported earlier, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines (MMPC) has brought in Ralliart variants of the Strada and Montero Sport midsize SUV. But again, these aren't souped-up versions of the vehicle, but
The industry continues to recover
The local automotive industry managed to sell 30,185 units in August 2022. The last time carmakers were able to put up those numbers? It was before the COVID-19 pandemic hit.This performance, according to the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of
The Strada and the Montero Sport might get the treatment
If you're someone who has looked at neighboring markets' Mitsubishi lineups receive Ralliart makeovers and felt jealous, dropping by the 2022 Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS) will probably be worth your while.Mitsubishi Motors Philippines has confirmed that Ralliart will be
Where do you rank this brand locally?
The Tosa Clan was one of Japan's most powerful merchant clans during the Edo period (1603-1867). The family mostly dealt with specialty goods such as camphor and dried bonito. They were also importers of warships and weapons.The Tosa Clan'
Finally?
The Mitsubishi Mirage has been a staple on Philippine roads for about as long as we can remember. That said, the model has remained relatively unchanged for quite some time already.Last year, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines brought in a refresh of the
What is the electric-only range of the Outlander PHEV? We plug it in to find out
A lot of car manufacturers out there are making noise about electrification and dedicating more research and development for a plug-in future. Unfortunately, we don't see much of that progress in the country. Let's be frank about this: When
Dropping by?
When buying a car, dropping by a dealership in the metal is almost always a must. If it's too inconvenient for you, though, mall displays and public test drive events are the next best thing.If you're planning to buy
No need to suffer in traffic if you live in Makati City
Local car brands have gone to great lengths to cater to customers during COVID times. Virtual showrooms are just one of the many ways they've adjusted during the pandemic. Still, we think we can all agree that nothing beats checking out
All black everything
This is the Montero Sport Black Series, so named because it has black bits all around. This was launched by Mitsubishi Motors Philippines (MMPC) at the start of this year. The whole blacked-out thing is something Mitsubishi has also done with
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