With the rainy season around the corner, Mitsubishi Motors Philippine Corp. (MMPC) announced amazing low down payment plans as well as easy payment plans via the Mitsubishi Downpour Deals promo.
For first time car buyers, MMPC offers its smart and practical Mirage hatch or Mirage G4 small sedan for as low as P28K all-in DP. Both offer dependable performance with tons of convenient features. Despite the compact size, both models have spacious interiors that can comfortably accommodate five adults and even additional cargo at its trunk for the G4. Its fuel efficient engine has been rated to reach as high as 23.1km/liter.
The Mitsubishi Xpander on the other hand is a perfect vehicle for growing families and can be driven home for as low as P58K all-in DP. The 7-seater MPV provides more room for passengers and its flexible seating configuration is easy to adjust for various cargo loads. The number 1 selling MPV has won several local and international awards as it offers a very stylish design that is complimented by a host of comfort and safety features.
For those who enjoy outdoor adventures, the Mitsubishi Strada is a tough and versatile truck that is ready to conquer rough terrains. For as low as P128K all-in DP, the Strada is already equipped with a 2.4L in-line DOHC with VGT and MIVEC engine, delivering 181hp and 430Nm of torque.
With its bold and sleek design, host of hi-tech safety and convenient features that is matched with impressive driving performance, the Montero Sport is the SUV that can definitely elevate one’s journey. Drive one now by just making a P168K all-in DP.
The proudly Filipino-made Mitsubishi L300, meanwhile, is now available at a very attractive P88K low DP. Currently the number 1 selling utility van in the market, the L300 has become the preferred vehicle partner of most business owners.
To know more about Mitsubishi Downpour Deals promo, visit www.mitsubishi-motors.com.ph or contact your preferred dealer. Per DTI permit number FTEB-120658 Series of 2021.
Charles E. Buban is an old timer in the Philippine automotive journalism scene. He first started covering the automotive beat in 2003, writing news and reviews of new models and car tech, among other car-related stuff. When not writing about cars, he could often be seen riding his mountain bike or doing long walks in the hope of catching a couple of legendary Pokemons.