Mitsubishi Motor Corporation Philippines (MMPC) announced that it has officially opened the doors of its new Bonifacio Global City (BGC) dealership, the company’s 56th dealer outlet in the country.
New Mitsubishi Global City
The new Mitsubishi Global City dealership is managed by its dealer partner, Global Excellence Motors, Inc. (GEM), who will be responsible for strengthening the Japanese automaker’s business presence in and around the fast-growing city. GEM is headed by Mr. Willy Teeten, a seasoned businessman and successful automotive dealership operator.
“With all the support from MMPC combined with the 22 years of automotive experience of the Autohub Group. I am very positive that we can contribute to the promise, positioning, and prestige of the Mitsubishi brand in the Philippines. Amidst this global pandemic, we are committed to serve as one to heal as one,” said Autohub Group President Willy Teeten.
Designed to display up to five models, the 56th Mitsubishi dealership in the country will bring the car brand’s model closer to people residing in BGC, including the Mirage, Mirage G4, Montero Sport, Strada, and Xpander. It will also offer the Mitsubishi L300 that has been a consistent best-seller of MMPC ever since the start of the year.
It aims to grow Mitsubishi's name in BGC
In addition, MMPC will soon inaugurate a new dealership in the City of Valenzuela along McArthur Highway. And just like the new Mitsubishi Global City, the new Mitsubishi Valenzuela dealership will be under the management GEM as well. Teeten expressed that it is with great pride and honor to have the Mitsubishi brand in his company.
“We are happy to have Global Excellence Motors as part of our dealer network. We look forward to build a strong partnership with them. We are confident that GEM will strengthen the Mitsubishi Motors presence in both BGC and Valuenzula,” said MMPC newly-appointed President and CEO Mr. Takeshi Hara.
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Know more about Mitsubishi L300 2021
The current L300 by Japanese automaker Mitsubishi 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.