For the SUV-styled MPV segment, Mitsubishi Philippines’ entry is the Xpander Cross 2021. It’s essentially a standard Xpander MPV with slightly different front and rear ends, fitted with body cladding all around and roof rails on top. The Xpander Cross replaced the GLS Sport as the top-tier variant in the Xpander line, adopting two of the latter’s features, namely stability control and hill start assist. Dimensions for the Xpander Cross comprise 4,500mm in length, 1,800mm in width, and 1,750mm in height, accompanied by a 2,775mm wheelbase. Ground clearance is at 225mm, making the Xpander Cross suitable for negotiating unpaved roads and shallow floods.
The Xpander Cross price in the Philippines is Php 1,255,000, with the lowest monthly amortization at Php 15,127 over a period of 60 months on a downpayment of 50 percent. Rivals in its segment include the Toyota Rush, Honda BR-V, Suzuki XL7 and the Geely Okavango Comfort variant.