Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) is proud to announce it has managed to sell 3,229 units in May, a 169 percent sales growth as compared to the previous month. The top contributor to this feat is the Mitsubishi L300 with a total of 1,335 units sold, accounting for 40 percent of the car brand’s sales for May 2021.
Mitsubishi L300 utility van
Now that the country is in the new normal of doing business, the Mitsubishi L300 addresses the need for a reliable, tough, and dependable business mover. It can be designed with various body configurations to suit different business operations. Powering the utility van is a 2.2-liter turbodiesel that makes 98 hp and 200 Nm of torque.
The Mitsubishi L300 is followed by the Mirage G4 and Xpander, respectively. Both Mitsubishi vehicles are ideal choices for Filipino families as the Mirage G4 subcompact sedan offers practicality and affordability, while the Xpander MPV offers a 7-seating configuration that can benefit big families.
Mitsubishi Mirage G4 subcompact sedan
Here is the complete list of MMPC’s sales numbers for May 2021:
- L300 – 1,335
- Mirage G4 – 807
- Xpander – 490
- Strada – 464
- Montero Sport – 114
- Mirage – 18
- Outlander PHEV – 1
“2021 continues to be a challenge for the entire automotive industry and we are very thankful for the strong support that the market is showing towards Mitsubishi Motors brand. We would also like to commend our dealer partners and sales executives who are exhibiting commendable work and dedication,” said MMPC President and CEO Mr. Mutsuhiro Oshikiri.
Mitsubishi Xpander MPV
With a total sales of 3,329 units last May, MMPC managed to retain the number two spot in the local automotive sales ranking as per the recent report from the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines. Inc. (CAMPI). Toyota still leads the ranking at the one spot, while the third and fourth spots were taken by Ford and Suzuki, respectively.
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Know more about Mitsubishi L300 2021
<p>The Mitsusbishi L300 is based on the L300 Versa Van. While the latter was more of a family carrier, Mitsubishi has since marketed the L300 FB mainly as a commercial vehicle. Regardless, the said model can both function as a family car, and as a logistics solution for small to large businesses. In the Philippine market, the L300 FB uses a Euro 4 compliant 2.2-liter 4N14 diesel power plant. At most, this mill can make up to 98 horsepower and 200 Nm of torque. Power is sent to the rear via a five-speed manual transmission. The available to the L300 FB body is a rear air-conditioning system, and it can also fit up to 17 occupants. </p>