Mitsubishi L300 sales grow 30% in Aug.

Mitsubishi L300 sales grow 30% in Aug.

MANILA: Despite the enforcement of a two-week modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) in Bulacan, Laguna, Cavite, and Manila last August, the reliable Mitsubishi L300 put forth a strong sales performance of 699 units sold, — a 35% increase over July retail sales of 517 units.

The increasing demand for utility vans is perceived to be a result of stable economic recovery and business growth for delivery services.

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) surpassed the month of August with total sales of 2,621 units, thereby maintaining its second spot in the automotive sector.

Mitsubishi Xpander Cross

The Mitsubishi Xpander was also reported as the second top-selling model with a sale of 620 units, while the Mitsubishi Strada followed with 564 units sold.

Mitsubishi Strada

MMPC President and CEO Mutsuhiro Oshikiri said, “We at Mitsubishi Motors Philippine Corporation are optimistic that the economy will continue to improve in the succeeding months. We are geared to provide better offerings to the market to support their vehicle needs during these trying times. For the Mirage G4 and L300 which both are proudly Filipino-made, we rolled back its prices as far as seven years to make it more affordable to the market.”

Currently, MMPC is holding its Mitsubishi Rollback Promo, which lowers the price of the Mirage G4 GLX MT to only P528,000 and the Mitsubishi L300 (cab and chassis only) to P698,000. The price excludes the optional rear body.

For more information, visit the official website of Mitsubishi here or contact a dealership.

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