Over the years, the average prices of vehicles have been increasing. While the addition of newer, more high-tech features are part of the reason for the increase in prices, inflation is also another factor to consider. 2020 has been a challenging year for everyone and many are already looking forward to 2021. To assist its customers to surpass the ordeal, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) takes a unique route of rolling back its prices as far back as 7 years. Seeing a strong demand from first-time car buyers (as owning a vehicle became essential due to limited public transportation) and utility vehicles for business ventures, MMPC is reducing its selling retail price for the Mitsubishi Mirage G4 and L300 via the Mitsubishi Rollback Promo.
Starting September 8, until September 30, 2020, customers can avail of a Mirage G4 with a promotional retail price P528,000 for the GLX MT variant. The price offered for the fuel-efficient and practical sedan is P10,000 lower than its introductory price in 2013. A total reduction of P207,000 against its 2020 price. The dependable business partner Mitsubishi L300 (cab and chassis only) can be availed at a very affordable price P698,000 which is the price of the versatile van in 2018 prior to the launch of the improved Euro 4 turbocharged engine. This amounts to P160,000 in savings compared to its 2020 SRP.
“We at MMPC acknowledge the importance of having a dependable personal vehicle during these very trying times. We are offering the Mitsubishi Price Rollback promo to support the Filipino community in their need of a personal or business vehicle. The Mitsubishi Mirage G4 and L300 are both made here in the Philippines and it is only fitting that these vehicles serve the current transportation need of the Filipino people.”- said by Mr. Mutsuhiro Oshikiri, President and CEO of MMPC.
The Mitsubishi Mirage G4 and L300 are both manufactured in the MMPC Sta. Rosa plant. In November 2019, the Mitsubishi Mirage G4 rolled out as the 700,000 production unit of Mitsubishi Motors here in the Philippines while just 2 months ago, the Mitsubishi L300 celebrated its 200,000 production milestone. A reflection of the brand’s commitment to providing the market proudly Filipino made vehicles.