Thanks to the Renault-Nissan Alliance established in October 2016, the heated-up Mitsubishi Xpander 2018 will get Nissan badge from 2019.
The Mitsubishi Xpander was launched in Indonesian market in August 2017. It was built based on the XM Concept 2016 and born to be a strong competitor of some well-known “Low MPV” including the Honda Mobilio, Toyota Avanza, Suzuki Ertiga and Daihatsu Xenia.
The heated-up Mitsubishi Xpander 2018 will get Nissan badge from 2019
The Xpander has achieved a great success for Mitsubishi Motors in the Indonesian market
The Xpander has achieved a great success for Mitsubishi Motors in the Indonesian market with up to 137,000 units sold in 2018. According to some report, there is about 70% of Xpander purchasers are owners of other brands. This points out that the Japanese brand has succeeded in approaching new buyers with is all-new Mitsubishi Xpander 2018. And now, it is so exciting to welcome the Xpander with a “V-motion” look of Nissan, not a “Dynamic Shield” look as the origin.
Besides, it is said that Nissan and Mitsubishi are also developing a plan to build pickup trucks using a shared platform in 2021. According to the latest car news, there have been 3.7 million one-tonne trucks of MMC exported to a total of 120 nations all over the world from the Thailand market, making it become the 2nd biggest car exporter in the market after the brother Toyota.
Nissan and Mitsubishi are also developing a plan to build pickup trucks using a shared platform in 2021
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The 2023 Mitsubishi Xpander is a seven-seater MPV for the Philippine market. As of the 2023 model year, there are three available variants for this model. There’s the Xpander GLX 1.5 MT, the Xpander GLX 1.5 AT, and the Xpander GLS 1.5 AT. These range in price from Php 1,050,000 to Php 1,180,000.
Size-wise, the Xpander has a length of 4,595mm, a width of 1,750mm, and a height of 1,750mm. It also has a wheelbase that spans 2,775mm, and a ground clearance of 225mm.
Under the hood, this Mitsubishi MPV uses a 1.5-liter inline-4 gasoline engine that’s capable of producing up to 103 horsepower and 141 Nm of torque. It then uses a front-wheel-drive layout. Depending on the trim, it either gets a four-speed automatic gearbox, or a five-speed manual transmission.
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