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Used Mitsubishi L300 for sale

18 results found

Mitsubishi FB L300 2014

Rizal, Antipolo ₱450,000

Manual Verified Contact 80,000 km

2009 Mitsubishi L300 FB Deluxe Almazora DUAL AIRCON

Bulacan, San Jose del Monte ₱388,000

Manual Verified Contact 118,000 km

Mitsubishi L300 2016

Metro Manila, Manila ₱650,000

Manual Verified Contact 33 km

2017 Mitsubishi L300 FB Exceed 2.5MT 688t Negotiable Batangas Area

Batangas, Lemery ₱688,000

Manual Certified Seller 50,000 km

Mitsubishi L300 fb 2007

Pampanga, San Fernando ₱260,000

Manual Verified Contact 68,000 km

Misubishi L300 2013

Metro Manila, Taguig ₱480,000

Manual Verified Contact 78 km

Mitsubishi L300 Aluminum 2007

Rizal, Rodriguez ₱210,000

Manual Verified Contact 120,000 km

Mitsubishi L300 1993

Metro Manila, Pateros ₱150,000

Manual Verified Contact 100 km

Mitsubishi L300 2012

Metro Manila, Quezon City ₱450,000

Manual Verified Contact 50,000 km

2007 Mitsubishi L300 Fb

Leyte, Isabel ₱250,000

Manual Verified Contact 141,000 km

1992 Misubishi L300 Passenger/Utility

Benguet, Baguio ₱125,000

Manual Verified Contact 200,000 km

1994 Mitsubishi L300 Van Used

Laguna, Victoria ₱170,000

Manual Verified Contact 85,000 km

Sell White Mitsubishi L300 in Cagayan de Oro

Misamis Oriental, Cagayan de Oro ₱370,000

Automatic 100,000 Km

White Mitsubishi L300 for sale in San Juan

Abra, San Juan ₱390,000

Automatic 50,000 Km

White Mitsubishi L300 1999 for sale in Manila

Metro Manila, Manila ₱265,000

Manual 200 Km

Sell White Mitsubishi L300 in Quezon City

Metro Manila, Quezon City ₱200,000

Automatic 200,000 Km

Selling Silver Mitsubishi L300 1992 in Baguio

Benguet, Baguio ₱125,000

Manual 200,000 Km

2019 Mitsubishi L300 for sale in Manila The listing has expired

2019 Mitsubishi L300 for sale in Manila

Metro Manila, Manila ₱998,000

Manual Certified Seller 1 km

    Buying a used Car: Should You Consider a Discontinued Model

    You are looking at our list of pre-owned cars for sale right now maybe because you are trying to find a unit that will work for your budget at hand, or you are hoping to find a particular discontinued car model. Whatever your reason is, will surely serve you well since it is among the largest websites where private owners and certified dealers can list their vehicles for sale.

    It is no secret that a used vehicle will save you tons of money as compared to buying a brand-new car. However, little do we know about buying discontinued models. Not only because only a few individuals would even consider buying one, but also because most discontinued models are already in the junkyard due to overuse.

    The truth is, nowadays, some individuals who have taken good care of their cars, so even if the car belongs to the discontinued series, they are still in good condition. Similarly, manufacturers will stop producing a particular model for some reasons. As such, dealers would still have them on inventory and will try to sell them out at a lower price.

    So, the real question is, do you even have to consider buying a discontinued Mitsubishi L300?

    The answer to this question is not really definite because there are a few things to consider before saying if it's a yay or a nay.

    First off, know the reason why the model has been discontinued. Is it because of the lack of safety features? Or is it just because it has been on the market for a long time and they plan on releasing an upgraded version or another series? Such questions can help you decide whether you should consider the unit or not.

    Second, in case the Used Mitsubishi car performs better and just needed to be discontinued for business growth or market changes, you must also think about the future needs for spare parts. Eventually, some of the elements that make the car work will wear or tear and would need replacement.

    Would there be enough supply? Surely, the manufacturer will also stop producing such spare parts, but it is possible you will still find a limited number in some auto supply shops. However, it might come with a hefty price tag.

    That means you would end up spending more in the future, so the discontinued model from Mitsubishi Philippines, which you can get at a more affordable price might not be even cheap at all. If you plan though to upgrade the soonest or use the car for a few years or months, maybe for you, your partner, or your kid to practice on, then it would be okay to go for it.

    Lastly, discontinued second-hand Mitsubishi L300 for sale is hard to trade in in the future for the obvious reason that it is no longer marketable. Nonetheless, it can be sold to collectors who would just need the unit as a display or assemblers and scrap buyers who would put its parts to good use.

    So, buying a discontinued car model will depend on you.

    Before you decide if a discontinued model is practical or not, you need to think deeply about how long you would need the unit, where and what you would use it for, your plans once the car stops working anymore and you can no longer buy spare parts or trade it in.

    Thank you for visiting and feel free to browse our other articles about cars.