Mitsubishi Indonesia introduced two exclusive variants of the Xpander, namely the Cross Rockford Fosgate Black Edition and Xpander Black Edition.
Mitsubishi Indonesia said that the Mitsubishi Xpander is an MPV welcomed by many Indonesians since its introduction. This is why the Japanese carmaker wanted to further enhance the driving experience of its customers, hence the introduction of the two Black Edition Xpanders.
The Mitsubishi Xpander Black Edition
The Mitsubishi Xpander Black Edition is available in either a manual or automatic transmission. The exterior features include black accents on the wheels and door mirrors, as well as red accents on exclusive body kits. In addition, the Xpander Black Edition is offered with a quartz white pearl body color.
Inside, the Xpander Black Edition comes with red accents on seat covers and floor mats. A 7-inch touchscreen is installed for onboard entertainment.
If you don't fancy black, Mitsubishi Indonesia also offers the quartz white pearl paint option
On the other hand, the Mitsubishi Xpander Cross Rockford Fosgate Black Edition is dominated by black accents found on the front lower bumper, rear lower bumper, wheels, door mirrors, and roof rail. This trim also comes with a ‘Rockford Fosgate Black Edition’ emblem.
The interior of the features of the Xpander Cross Rockford Fosgate Black Edition include Rockford Fosgate premium audio system, black interior and leather seats, and door trim panel accents with geometric patterns. Lastly, this variant is also available in either quartz white pearl or graphite gray.
The Mitsubishi Xpander Cross Rockford Fosgate Black Edition
As for pricing, the Xpander Black Edition MT is priced at IDR 257,100,000 (about Php 850,610 excluding PH taxes), while the AT variant is priced at IDR 267,500,000 (around Php 884,977 excluding PH taxes).
Meanwhile, the Xpander Cross Rockford Fosgate Black Edition only comes with an automatic transmission and it is priced at IDR 304,700,000 (around Php 1,008,129 excluding PH taxes)
In the Philippines, the Mitsubishi Xpander is performing well. In fact, the MPV ranked the fifth best-selling vehicle in the country in 2019. If Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) decided to introduce the two Black Edition variants in the country, it could help boost the Xpander’s sales.
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