Mitsubishi Cars Philippines

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Check out the 2021 Mitsubishi price list in the Philippines. As of 8 May 2021, Mitsubishi car prices start at ₱704,000 for the most inexpensive model Mirage and goes up to ₱2.998 Million for the most expensive car model Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV. Currently Mitsubishi is offering 8 new car models in the Philippines. The Mitsubishi Xpander, Mitsubishi Montero Sport, Mitsubishi Strada are the most popular cars from Mitsubishi in their respective car segments.

Mitsubishi Philippines has a line-up of 2 SUV (Mitsubishi Montero Sport, Outlander PHEV), 2 MPV (Mitsubishi Xpander, Xpander Cross), 1 Sedan (Mitsubishi Mirage G4), 1 Pickup Trucks (Mitsubishi Strada), 1 Hatchback (Mitsubishi Mirage), 1 Van (Mitsubishi L300). Zigwheels provides you the Mitsubishi Philippines price list for May 2021, along with downpayment, monthly installments, and loan simulations for the Manila and nearby cities.

Mitsubishi Philippines Price List 2021

Mitsubishi Models Price List
Mitsubishi Montero Sport ₱1.568 - ₱2.298 Million
Mitsubishi Xpander ₱1.008 - ₱1.128 Million
Mitsubishi Strada ₱815,000 - ₱1.76 Million
Mitsubishi Mirage ₱704,000 - ₱765,000
Mitsubishi Mirage G4 ₱735,000 - ₱869,000
Mitsubishi Xpander Cross ₱1.255 Million
Mitsubishi L300 ₱804,000
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV ₱2.998 Million

Mitsubishi Philippines Promos

Today on 8 May 2021, avail Mirage Promos with lowest downpayment & monthly installment: DP 0, and MA ₱16069 (60 months) at Zigwheels.

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There are 59 authorized Mitsubishi car dealers across 55 cities in the Philippines.

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About Mitsubishi Philippines

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) is one of the country’s longest-running automotive manufacturers. The brand has built a reputation with its wide range of offerings in quilty build vehicles, providing the automotive industry with excellent chart-topping sales digit over the years.   

The manufacturer began its operations on May 5, 1964, in co-operation with the formerly Chrysler Philippines Corporation. Fast forward to 2020, Mitsubishi Motors maintains over 50 dealerships in the Philippines. MMPC gets its headquarter’s in Santa Rosa City, Laguna where the manufacturer also operates a vehicle assembly plant.

In May 1972, C.J. Yulo & Sons acquired 65% interest in Chrysler Philippines Corporation, with the balance 35% being acquired by Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) and Nissho Iwai Corporation (now Sojitz Corporation). In 1974, the company began introducing Mitsubishi cars in the Philippines. In 1978, the company was renamed Canlubang Automotive Resources Corporation (CARCO)

Taking a step ahead to the future of automobiles in the Phillippines, the manufacturer boasts a new line-up, representing some major technological advancements and a new plant in Santa Rosa, Laguna. With the company’s commitment to excellence and sustainability, the cars produced by Mitsubishi Motors will be manufacturing in the near future will embody two major concepts: “driving pleasure” and “safety”.

A major consideration under the plan of “New Stage 2016”, the decision for a manufacturing plant will be creating additional job opportunities to the existing nine hundred workforces. Producing super compact units like the Mitsubishi Mirage and Mirage G4 subcompacts, the manufacturer had recently set their sales record at 1 million units and projected annual growth of 10 percent.

Looking forward to 2020, Mitsubishi Motors will manufacture cars that deliver superior driving performance and superior levels of safety and durability, to provide its customers with enjoyable riding experience and peace of mind.

The MMPC has several best-sellers in its lineup, these include the Mitsubishi Mirage and Mirage G4, the Xpander small MPV, the Montero Sport midsize SUV, the Strada midsize pickup, the full-size Pajero SUV, and the L300 commercial vehicle.

Lastly, the brand puts two letters together to form the basis of its variant naming scheme, the letters G and L, designating the base model in the lineup. This set of characters is then followed by an X for affordable variants, S for mid-tier variants, and the L is dropped in favour of a T for high-end variants. In summation, the hierarchy is as follows: GL, GLX, GLS, GT.

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    Jejomar Apr 23, 2021 for Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

    I could never convince myself on buying a car with an electronic gasoline engine. But on reading several reviews and exploring its features myself, I thought if purchasing this Outlander-PHEV. Certainly, now I am enjoying my decision of giving Outlander- PHEV a try. It comes loaded with smart technology and marvelous design. The car has a very low sonority making Read More 12

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    Datu Apr 19, 2021 for Mitsubishi Montero Sport

    I’ve been one of the very first few owners of the Mitsubishi Montero Sport here in the Philippines. Being one of the very first buyers, I’ve had quite an experience of owning the car, which I now want to highlight in my user review. To begin with, the car is styled to be a complete eye-catcher while you are driving Read More 265

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    Jejomar Apr 19, 2021 for Mitsubishi Xpander

    The Mitsubishi Xpander is one such car that I truly love. Being one of the greatest fans of the offering, I’ve been using the Xpander for over two generations now. With my most recent switch to the 2021 Xpander variant, I am more than a fan of the offering. I simply am in love with that the automaker who has Read More 275

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    Francis Apr 05, 2021 for Mitsubishi Xpander Cross

    Mitsubishi Xpander-Cross is currently concurrent with huge sales because of its spacious seven-sit interior. It is very fun to drive as it does not feel sloppy while changing directions. Its exclusive interior space makes every ride a comforting experience. Its features like infotainment system and the display of rear parking camera increase its suitability. It also stands out in terms Read More 227

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    Beboyg Apr 05, 2021 for Mitsubishi Mirage

    The Mitsubishi Mirage is known for its good fuel economy. It comes with exceptional handling and is known for its interior being spacious. It is characterized by simplistic and minimalistic front ends. If I have to be frank Mitsubishi Mirage does have few glitches. The most important one is, it has dreadful steering which makes it a little dull in Read More 156

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