Mitsubishi Cars Price List in the Philippines February 2018
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L300, Montero Sport, and Adventure got the most views last month. How long will this trend last?
Latest discounts : Mirage G4 had the biggest price drop last month. Must be a great deal. Get your hands on it while it lasts!
Latest News about Mitsubishi Cars
Mitsubishi and the Indonesian government have inked a partnership to promote electric vehicles (EVs) in the country. Both the parties will conduct a joint study to figure out an efficient use of EVs in Indonesia. The Indonesian government will help drivers and manufactures to adopt electric vehicles ensuring new laws and incentives while Mitsubishi will provide ten EVs and four charging units to ... Read more
Mitsubishi teases their latest creation into the world which may be called Eclipse and could be viewed in full production form during the Geneva Motor Show. Read more
Mitsubishi brings a small crossover MPV concept car to the Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show 2016. Read more
Latest Reviews for Mitsubishi Cars
It has a good basic performance like turning and stopping. It drives stably. I thought this is more decent than Nissan March. The problem is weakness of 1000cc model. If you find this acceptable, ...Read more
- Rating : 3.0
- Review by Japanese user
- Date : Feb 17, 2016
<exterior> It looks a lot cooler with the model change, but it looks like it is just copying other makes. Or is it just me who think so? To me, it still looks like a truck from the rear. <interior> ...Read more
- Rating : 1.4
- Review by Japanese user
- Date : Feb 11, 2016
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About Mitsubishi Cars
Mitsubishi – Multinational Leadership in Automobile Industry
Mitsubishi Group or Mitsubishi Group of Companies is a conglomerate of autonomous multinational companies from Japan concerned with businesses ranging from construction, heavy industries, real estate, mining, shipping, electronics, shipbuilding, insurance, financial services, food & beverages, chemicals, steel, oil & gas, aviation and automobile among others. The "Friday Club" is constituted by core 25 companies which also include Mitsubishi Motors – the automobile division of MGC. It is concerned with the manufacturing and marketing of produced automobiles and other related accessories. It is the world's 6th largest automaker from Japan in terms of production. It has its headquarters in Minato City, Tokyo.
Mitsubishi Motors was formally reestablished after World War II on 22nd April 1970 though its actual origins can conveniently be traced back to 1917. Mitsubishi Shipping Co. Ltd. had introduced Model A – Japan's 1st Series production car. It was a seven seating sedan model but production was discontinued in 1922 owing to large expenses. Mitsubishi continued to produce aircraft engines and it was in 1937 when it developed prototype PX33 – a military Sedan passenger vehicle operating on a complete four wheel drive platform. This paved the way for the company's gradual return and success path in the commercial automobile industry.
Mitsubishi Motors Philippines
Mitsubishi Motor Philippines Corporation is one of the company's first foreign market acquisitions and was established in 1963. MMPC in conjunction with Chrysler Philippines Corporation continues to provide world class products and premium quality services to customers all throughout the country.
MMPC celebrated its 50th Anniversary last year which was commemorated to the success achieved by the company following immense hard work and resilience for all these years. MMPC has helped in bringing state of art automotive engineering technology to Philippines thus making it a major automotive hub in South East Asia.
Mitsubishi Group was founded by Iwasaki Yataro back in 1870. However, Mitsubishi Motors was established in 1970 post World War II after zaibatsu (family controlled industrial businesses) were dismantled by allied powers in 1950. Mitsubishi Motor Corporation was founded as a subsidiary venture in 1970 and was headed by Tomio Kubo after a need for having a single focused automobile division was experienced.
MMC is currently headed by President Osamu Masuko and Chairman Takashi Nishioka. MMP C is currently headed by Hikosaburo Shibata, who is mainly concerned with Manufacturing & Marketing divisions while supervising effective management of Labor and other employees with a particular focus on Community participation & involvement.
Mitsubishi offers its customers to choose from a wide range of car model including SUVs, off road race cars, electric powered models etc. Mitsubishi Motor Philippines Corporation provides a range of popular models which include Mirage, Mirage G4, Lancer EX 1.6, Lancer EX GT-A 2.0, Lancer Ex RALLIART, Lancer Evolution X etc. It also features SUV's, utility vehicles and pickup trucks such as L300 Cab, L200 Cab, L200 FB, Adventure, ASX, Strada, Fuzion, Monero Sport, Pajero etc.
Other vehicles include truck & bus models such as FUSO Canter Chassis, FUSO Truck, FUSO Fire Truck and Rosa. The i-MiEV is its latest electric car model featuring a Li-ion battery.
Mitsubishi is quite famous on the racing track primarily for its comparatively better off road capabilities. Major racing achievements include the 1970 Endurance Rallies, 1980 Dakar Rally and 1990 World Rally Championship. It had a separate motor sport division named Mitsubishi Motors Motor Sports with Ralliart as its flagship racing car. Other notable racing circuit divisions include the Macau and Japanese Grand Prix held in 1960's & 70's.
Mitsubishi markets its vehicle all around the globe through notable joint ventures with other leading brands which include Chrysler for American & European markets, Volvo for the Dutch market, PSA PEUgeot Citroen in Russia, Hyundai & Renault in South Korea, Volkswagen for the European market, Colt & Lonsdale in Great Britain, Proton in Malaysia, Hindustan Motors in India, Samcor in South Africa along with other Chinese and Japanese ventures.
Mitsubishi operates in Philippines through a network of 4 leading car dealers – metro Manila, Luzon, Visyas and Midanao.
According to industry experts MMPC has witnessed an aggregate growth of 17.8% in the last financial year. It has sold over 25,066 vehicles from January to June 2014 compared to 2013's 21,282 units during the same period. It also commands a 23% market share thus making it one of the biggest automobile brands in Philippines. MMPC has also recorded an overall 19.6% & 8.8% increase in sales of Passenger cars & Light Commercial Vehicles respectively last month. Montero Sports led the charts as the No. 1 LCV in Philippines after selling about 1584 units last month.
MMPC was awarded the "ECOSWITCH Planet Award" & "ECOSWITCH Certification Award" for its fuel efficient engines, generator heat run time reduction, upgraded air compressors, limited air conditioning temperature (24-260C), energy conservation, etc.