Test drives will also be available outside Metro Manila in the coming months
As you may have heard, the new Mitsubishi Xpander is finally out in the open. We're sure there are a lot of you eager to see this one up close or even take it out for a spin.If that's
This, or the Toyota Avanza?
Ah, yes. This was back in 2018. Four years and a global pandemic later, and the Mitsubishi Xpander has undergone a refresh. It's a relatively substantial one, too-at least if you aren't too focused on the MPV's mechanicals.
Why does it still use a four-speed automatic?
The 2022 Mitsubishi Xpander is now available in showrooms nationwide. With a new look inside and out, the company aims to maintain its position in the subcompact crossover segment. Its main targets? That would be the Honda BR-V and the recently
The new MPV is now on sale
A few months ago, the new Mitsubishi Xpander started making rounds on social media. It was then that Mitsubishi Motors Philippines (MMPC) confirmed the new MPV's arrival and opened reservations for it.Now, MMPC has finally launched the refreshed model in
Choose your stylish seven-seater family hauler
It looks like the three-row MPV segment is heating up. Mitsubishi recently unveiled the refreshed version of its popular Xpander, and Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) launched the all-new version of its Avanza. This time, Toyota has introduced the all-new
The clock is ticking
As far as refreshes in the auto industry go, the one the Mitsubishi Xpander just underwent is relatively substantial. For one thing, the exterior design has been drastically altered. The cabin now has a slightly more upscale vibe to it as well.
We break down the 2022 version for you
Being the sales leader in its segment, it's safe to say the Mitsubishi Xpander has what its market wants. The MPV was a hit among Filipino car buyers the moment it burst onto the scene, and it's become a staple
Which new subcompact MPV is the best pick?
It took one weekend to shake up the local subcompact-MPV segment. In a span of three days, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines (MMPC) unveiled the new Xpander and Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) launched the all-new Avanza.Of course, with new arrivals as
The MPV is done playing catch-up
It's crazy how quickly the automotive landscape changes. One minute, the mighty 10-seater AUVs are all the rage, then it's all about entry-level sedans the next. These days? The big sellers are the inexpensive subcompact crossovers that come
Digging the changes?
Frankly, it's hard to believe the Mitsubishi Xpander has been around for almost five years. It seems like it was just yesterday when we were gearing up for a local launch, and now here we are writing about the refresh.The
Of course we also came up with our ideal specs
Mitsubishi's Xpander is one of the most popular small MPVs in its segment. For our latest render, I was given the challenge of turning the humble family hauler into a high-performance Evolution variant. While this concept might not make much
Have your eyes been on any of these models?
So, December is coming to a close, and we'll soon be ending yet another year with the shadow of COVID-19 hanging over our heads. On the bright side, Philippine car manufacturers have already shown over the past 12 months that
Exciting times ahead
Is the Mazda BT-50 about to join the local pickup wars?"Well, Mazda Philippines isn't about to end the year quietly. Only a couple of weeks ago, the carmaker announced mild-hybrid versions of the 3 and the CX-30
The changes aren’t merely aesthetic here
That was quick. Just shortly after teasing the new Xpander and giving us a good look at the updated design, Mitsubishi has now fully unveiled the refreshed MPV in Indonesia. Let's take a look.Many of us know by now that
What do you think of the redesign?
A couple of days ago, Mitsubishi Indonesia released a teaser image for an upcoming launch largely believed to be a redesigned Xpander. Now, we finally have a look at the vehicle in its entirety.The Japanese car manufacturer included a photo of
Do you dig the blacked-out look on the MPV?
Remember the Mitsubishi Xpander Black Edition that was launched in Indonesia a few months ago? Well, a similar model has just been officially added to the Mitsubishi Motors Philippines (MMPC) stable.Say hello to the new Xpander Black Series. It arrives sporting
Is a Philippine launch in the pipeline as well?
Photos of what appears to be the face-lifted Mitsubishi Xpander started circulating online a few weeks ago. The Japanese carmaker has kept mum about it since, but it now looks like we have confirmation of sorts courtesy of Mitsubishi Motors Indonesia.
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