In order to help car buyers understand monthly fluctuations in car prices in the Philippines, provides updated Mitsubishi Philippines price list as of September 2018 as follows.

With thousands of Mitsubishi for sale at the cheapest prices updated daily by certified owners and dealers on, your next ride may be just a few clicks away.

Check out the latest Mitsubishi Philippines price list this September 2018, including updated prices for Mitsubishi's best-selling models such as the Mitsubishi Mirage, Mitsubishi Lancer, Mitsubishi L300 and the Mitsubishi Montero. Please note that the following car price list and promos from Mitsubishi are updated regularly, so please bookmark this page to catch up with the latest automotive deals.

1. Mitsubishi Philippines price list - September 2018

Mitsubishi Philippines price list - September 2018

Model 2018 SRP
Mitsubishi Xpander 2018 price - Philippines - September
Mitsubishi Xpander GLX M/T 885,000
Mitsubishi Xpander GLX Plus A/T ₱960,000
Mitsubishi Xpander GLS A/T 995,000
Mitsubishi Xpander GLS Sport A/T ₱1,060,000
Mitsubishi Mirage 2018 price - Philippines - September
Mitsubishi Mirage GLX MT 630,000
Mitsubishi Mirage GLX CVT 688,000
Mitsubishi Mirage GLS MT 692,000
Mitsubishi Mirage GLS CVT 790,000
Mitsubishi Mirage G4  2018 price - Philippines - September
Mitsubishi Mirage G4 GX 1.2 MT ₱584,000
Mitsubishi Mirage G4 GLX 1.2 MT 666,000
Mitsubishi Mirage G4 GLX 1.2 CVT 717,000
Mitsubishi Mirage G4 GLS 1.2 MT 816,000
Mitsubishi Mirage G4 GLS 1.2 CVT 867,000
Mitsubishi Lancer EX 2018 price - Philippines - September
Mitsubishi Lancer EX GT-A 2.0 CVT 1,238,000
Mitsubishi ASX 2018 price - Philippines - September
Mitsubishi ASX 2.0 GSR 1,325,000
Mitsubishi ASX 2.0 GLS ₱1,215,000
Mitsubishi Adventure 2018 price - Philippines - September
Mitsubishi Adventure GLX ₱952,000
Mitsubishi Adventure GLS Sport  ₱1,010,000
Mitsubishi Pajero 2018 price - Philippines - September
Mitsubishi Pajero GLS 3.2 4x4 AT 2,842,000
Mitsubishi Montero Sport 2018 price - Philippines - September
Mitsubishi Montero Sport GLS 2.4 4x2 AT 1,719,000
Mitsubishi Montero Sport GLS Premium 2.4 4x2 AT 1,849,000
Mitsubishi Montero Sport GLS 2.4 4x4 MT 1,788,000
Mitsubishi Montero Sport GT 2.4 4x4 AT 2,164,000
Mitsubishi Montero Sport GLX 2.4 4x2 MT 1,565,000
Mitsubishi Strada 2018 price - Philippines - September
Mitsubishi Strada 2.5 GLS Sport V 4x4 AT Field Master 1,525,000
Mitsubishi Strada 2.5 GLS V 4x4 MT Field Master 1,405,000
Mitsubishi Strada 2.5 GLX V 4x2 AT 1,160,000
Mitsubishi Strada 2.5 GLX 4x2 MT 1,048,000
Mitsubishi Strada 2.5 GL 4x2 MT 960,000
Mitsubishi Strada 2.5 GL 4x4 MT 1,107,000
Mitsubishi Strada 2.4 GLS 4x2 MT 1,160,000
Mitsubishi Strada 2.4 GLS 4x2 AT 1,228,000
Mitsubishi Strada GT 4x4 MT 1,575,000
Mitsubishi Strada GT 4x4 AT ₱1,512,000
Mitsubishi Strada 2.4 GLS 4x4 MT ₱1,336,000
Mitsubishi L300 2018 price - Philippines - September
Mitsubishi L300 Deluxe CC with FB Body (Bare) 734,000
Mitsubishi L300 Deluxe CC with FB Body (Single AC) 764,000
Mitsubishi L300 Deluxe CC with FB Body (Dual AC) 781,000
Mitsubishi L300 Deluxe Cab Chassis 620,000
Mitsubishi L300 Deluxe CC with AF Body 692,000
Mitsubishi L300 Deluxe CC with WT Body 750,000
Mitsubishi L300 Deluxe CC with PET Body 735,000
Mitsubishi L300 Deluxe CC with CV Body 720,000
Mitsubishi L300 Exceed Cab Chassis 635,000
Mitsubishi L300 Exceed CC with FB Body (Bare) 759,000
Mitsubishi L300 Exceed CC with FB Body (Single AC) 789,000
Mitsubishi L300 Exceed CC with FB Body (Dual AC) 806,000
Mitsubishi L300 Exceed CC with XV Body 983,000
Mitsubishi L300 Exceed CC with XV Body (School Bus Option) 1,062,000
Mitsubishi Fuso Canter 2018 price - Philippines - September 
Mitsubishi Fuso Canter FE71 4-Wheeler Cab and Chassis 1,315,000
Mitsubishi Fuso Canter FE84 6-Wheeler Cab and Chassis 1,481,000
Mitsubishi Fuso Canter FE85 6-Wheeler Cab and Chassis 1,580,000
Mitsubishi L200 2018 price - Philippines - September
Mitsubishi L200 Dual AC w/ FB Body 945,000
Mitsubishi L200 Single AC 795,000
Mitsubishi L200 w/ FB body 920,000

Please note that these are prices listed in some showrooms and should serve as reference only. For more accurate pricing information, please refer to the Cars For Sale section.

2. Mitsubishi Philippines price list: Hot-selling models

2.1. Mitsubishi Adventure 2018 price - Philippines - September: ₱1,010,000 for top-of-the-line model 

Filipino drivers of the ’90s have probably not forgotten the Mitsubishi Adventure which used to be reigned as “Today’s Family Wagon” at that time. Today’s Adventure is more appealing with a “sexy and fluid design” but it still preserves good qualities of the predecessors in order to deserve the epithet of a real adventure vehicle for leisure and business.

Mitsubishi Adventure models

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Driving the Mitsubishi Adventure is a Euro-2 compliant 2.5L 4-cylinder SOHC diesel engine, mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. In defiance of being very neat and powerful, this engine is the main reason why we have to regretfully say good bye to the Adventure starting this year. Philippines would require car maker to produce only cars with Euro-4 compliant engines by 2018, and sadly, the Adventure’s current engine couldn’t meet this requirement. But don’t worry as you can go for a used Adventure if you really love it. You can refer to an owner review for the Mitsubishi Adventure on for better understanding of this iconic vehicle.

The Mitsubishi Adventure in the Philippines is priced from ₱952,000 to ₱1,010,000.

 Mitsubishi Adventure Pros & Cons
  • Competitive price
  • Lavish interior space and seating capacity
  • Decent on-road performance
  • Poor safety features
  • Lower fuel economy comparable to other rivals
  • Very low ground clearance

2.2. Mitsubishi Mirage 2018 price - Philippines - September: New price ranges from P630,000 to P790,000

Having passed successively through six generations, the Mitsubishi Mirage has gradually managed to prove itself in B-segment. Receiving the myriad of upgrades and amendments, the Mitsubishi Mirage has now garnered much positive reviews from car owners.

Mitsubishi Mirage angular front

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On the whole, Mitsubishi has cleverly mixed visual and function in this small hatchback. In detail, the exterior is nice with lower front bumper garnish, a diamond-shaped grille framed by aggressive automatic HID headlamps and a bloated hood. Meanwhile, the 5-seater cockpit is high-tech and safer than ever with dual airbags and state-of-the-art entertainment system.

Propelled by a 1.2L gasoline engine with 78 hp and 100 Nm of torque coming aired to either a 5-speed manual transmission or a CTV, the Mirage’s performance is decent enough for your daily urban trips.

In 2018, the most cheapest Mirage model stands at P630,000.

 Mitsubishi Mirage Pros & Cons
  • Value for money
  • Perfect for city drive
  • Practical cabin with advanced equipment
  • Modern exterior design
  • Bigger than most of rivals in B- and sub-B segment
  • Decent fuel consumption
  • Lack of headroom at the rear seats
  • Moderately cramped rear row
  • Unsolid exterior material
  • Not suitable for long trips and tough roads

2.3. Mitsubishi Lancer 2018 price - Philippines - September: Can be had at ₱1,238,000

The Mitsubishi Lancer was produced in 1973. We dare say that the Lancer has been too familiar to both old and modern Filipino drivers. It gets us excited by reliable and enough good performance in addition to a budget price. Though Mitsubishi has ended production for this noted sedan since September, 2018, it’s still a strong candidate in used car market.

Mitsubishi Lancer angular front

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At the moment, the Lancer has been tuned up to a new version called “Lancer EX” with a more modern silhouette. Specifically, the most outstanding refinement covers the front fascia: more curved grille, new bumper sided by LED daytime running lights. The 5-seater cabin is likewise given updates such as new center console integrated with touchscreen infotainment system and revised upholstery.

The Lancer EX reuses the engine from the old Lancer but the engine isn’t paired with a manual gearbox any longer. Instead, a CVT and a 4-speed automatic gearbox will play that role.

Now, Mitsubishi manufacturer keeps a price tag of P1,238,000 in 2018.

 Mitsubishi Lancer Pros & Cons
  • Fun to drive
  • Very reliable
  • Fuel economy
  • Comfortable interior space
  • Smooth engine
  •  Poor safety features

2.4. Mitsubishi L300 2018 price - Philippines - September: Price ranging from ₱620,000 to 1,062,000

The Mitsubishi L300 is truly a multi-purpose vehicle with a huge number of body configurations depending on particular purposes from business to family uses.

As a matter of fact, the L300 can accommodate up to 17 passengers in its cabin along with a generous cargo space. At once, occupants will be frozen in air-conditioning system. What’s more, the vehicle also takes the part of a delivery van with a freezer-type cab.

Mitsubishi L300 side view

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Commonly, the Philippines-spec Mitsubishi L300 is motivated by a Euro-2 compliant 4D56 2.5 L 4 1n-Line SOHC diesel engine, married to a 5-speed manual transmission.

Nowadays, the Mitsubishi L300 price ranges from ₱620,000 to ₱1,062,000 in the Philippine car market with the Deluxe CC with CV Body and Deluxe CC with PET Body variants becoming more expensive. 

Mitsubishi L300 Pros & Cons
  • Long-lasting and low-maintenance cars
  • Various body configurations and engine options
  • Lack of refinement in looks
  • Not great performance

>>> If you want to learn more about the Mitsubishi L300 Philippines, click to read full our in-depth review.

2.5. Mitsubishi Montero 2018 price - Philippines - September: The most expensive model is the GT 2.4 4x4 AT variant with the price of P2,164,000

Both “family SUV” and “tough off-roader” can be used to designate the Mitsubishi Montero Sport.

Beautified with Mitsubishi’s Dynamic Shield design language, the third-gen Montero looks more glamorous with refreshed front fascia, chrome linings bordering larger air intakes, new fog lamps alongside LED head- and taillights. Meanwhile, the inside is luxurious with leather seats well blending with sportier trims. What keeps you entertained during long rides is a 6.75-inch screen.

Mitsubishi Montero front view

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The mid-size is very safe and secure thanks to an abundant list of safety features including eight SRS airbags, Blind Spot Warning system, Hill Start Assist, Hill Descent Control, Mitsubishi Active Stability and Traction Control and most strikingly, Forward Collision Mitigation system. Look through our full review for the current-gen Mitsubishi Montero in the Philippine market here.

The Mitsubisi Montero Sport 2018 is now priced from P1,565,000 to P2,164,000 in the Philippine car market. 

 Mitsubishi Montero Pros & Cons
  • Bold and sporty look
  • Easy to drive
  • Comfy seats
  • Advanced safety features
  • Unappreciated entertainment system
  • Seats lack lateral support

Aside from the five hot models above, having captured much attention of car enthusiasts recently might be the latest Mitsubishi’s 7-seater MPV - the Mitsubishi Expander which will officially hit our shores by early next year. This is an all-new MPV that has never appeared before, so if you're curious about the Expander, read full our Mitsubishi Expander 2018 Review: Price, Specs, Photos, Pros & Cons.

3. About Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation

Mitsubishi Motors was established in 1870 in Japan by Yatarō Iwasaki. Initially, the company worked as a shipping firm; however, it expanded the business further into aircraft, equipment and vehicles manufacturing afterwards. In automotive world, Mitsubishi is a renowned player, given that it’s the sixth-biggest Japan-based car manufacturer.

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) is one of the country’s leading car brands with more than 50 years of car manufacturing experience in our shores. MMPC now has a 21-hectare plant in Santa Rosa, Laguna which can produce up to 50,000 Mitsubishi units each year with a big help of up-to-the-minute technologies.

Moving forward, the brand is poised to keep its firm position in the Philippine auto market with its expanding dealership network across the country besides a large family of hot members such as the Montero Sport, Adventure, ASX, L300, Mirage, Pajero, Lancer, Strada and Fuso Canter.

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