These days, few objects are as impressive and indispensable as the smartphone you’re likely reading this article with. That palm-sized device on your hands is capable of more than just making calls, after all.
If you own a Mitsubishi vehicle, you probably surfed the internet on your phone to research your preferred model. It’s likely that you used the built-in camera to take pictures of (and selfies with) your pride and joy as soon as you picked it up from the dealership.
On your daily drives, there’s a good chance that you stream music and multimedia through your device to liven up journeys, apart from keeping the phone charged on the go.
But beyond indulging your appetite for fun, your smartphone also helps you look after your precious set of wheels. Mitsubishi Service Connect (MSC) is a mobile app that’s available for both iOS and Android devices, serving as an online platform for a more complete Mitsubishi ownership experience.
The Mitsubishi Service Connect app is available for Android and iOS devices
MSC adds convenience to scheduled vehicle servicing and maintenance. Creating a unique user profile is as easy as registering your email address or linking your Facebook account, then enter your personal information and your Mitsubishi vehicle’s details.
To avail of a service appointment, just choose your preferred Mitsubishi dealership from the list or use your phone’s GPS settings to search for the branch closest to your location.
Choose from a list of 53 authorized Mitsubishi dealers nationwide
Tap “Book Now” and provide the necessary information on the vehicle to be brought in, with available services ranging from preventive maintenance service and general repair, to body and paint repair. You can specify the date, time, and even the service advisor at your selected dealership.
If you have more than one Mitsubishi in your garage, the app allows for multiple vehicles to be saved under your profile. A record of the service history will be saved for each vehicle, making it easier for you to stay updated on your Mitsubishi’s upkeep and total maintenance costs. Plus, the app lets you give feedback by way of ratings and reviews for each appointment.
The app stores your vehicle's service records for easy monitoring and reference
“MMPC puts a high premium to the time spent by its customers to care for their cars,” says Mr. Mutsuhiro Oshikiri, President and CEO of Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC).
“Time has always been a commodity of extreme value to our customers, especially now, during this pandemic. That is why we are introducing a feature-rich mobile application that makes servicing their vehicles safer, more convenient and completely transparent.”
When it comes to taking care of your Mitsubishi, count your smartphone among the standard tools that it needs, with Mitsubishi Service Connect.
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Joseph Paolo Estabillo
Joseph has been a member of various car clubs since he got his driver's license in 2004 – old enough to remember riding in taxicabs with analog meters, but his fascination with cars goes way back. After nearly two decades of working in broadcast media, he shifted gears by coming on board as Philkotse’s first Filipino member and staff writer in 2017.
Apart from his role in Philkotse, Joseph has written episodes for Drive, which has been airing on CNN Philippines for five seasons running. He has also delivered content for various car dealerships based in the U.S., spanning multiple brands such as Alfa Romeo, Maserati, Jeep, Dodge, among others.
Keeping his hopes high and his revs low, he dreams about owning a Kei car when he retires. Hates slow parkers.