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Mitsubishi Malaysia is represented by Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM), which was established in 2005. They are the sole distributor of Mitsubishi vehicles in Malaysia. MMM is focusing on the SUV models and pick-up trucks, which are the ASX, Outlander, and Triton. The ASX and Outlander are locally assembled in the Tan Chong Motor Assemblies (TCMA) plant in Segambut while the Triton is imported from Thailand. Find out the latest news, reviews, specifications, prices and promos for all Mitsubishi models currently on sale in Malaysia.
ModelPrice
Mitsubishi TritonRM 78,890-135,200
Mitsubishi ASXRM 118,866-133,336
Mitsubishi OutlanderRM 137,888-152,888
Mitsubishi XpanderTBC
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Mitsubishi Malaysia is represented by Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM), which was established in 2005. They are the sole distributor of Mitsubishi vehicles in Malaysia. MMM is focusing on the SUV models and pick-up trucks, which are the ASX, Outlander, and Triton. The ASX and Outlander are locally assembled in the Tan Chong Motor Assemblies (TCMA) plant in Segambut while the Triton is imported from Thailand. Find out the latest news, reviews, specifications, prices and promos for all Mitsubishi models currently on sale in Malaysia.
ModelPrice
Mitsubishi TritonRM 78,890-135,200
Mitsubishi ASXRM 118,866-133,336
Mitsubishi OutlanderRM 137,888-152,888
Mitsubishi XpanderTBC

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Mitsubishi Xpander: Honda BR-V and Perodua Aruz rival, coming soon! Later this year, Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia will be returning to the MPV segment with its first-ever budget MPV – the Xpander.The last MPV that Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia sold here was the Grandis.Breaking the Toyota Avanza and Daihatsu Xenia’s duopolySince the Xpander’s introduction in Indonesia - the world's largest budget MPV market - back in 2017, it has proved to be a rather significant model for Mitsubishi – it is the first car ever to break the Toyota Avanza an
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The 2020 Mitsubishi Xpander's 2,775 mm wheelbase is more than the Toyota Innova's Back in 2019, Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia confirmed that they will be introducing the its first affordable 7-seater - the Xpander - in 2020.Wait, there's a facelifted model?Yes, a couple of weeks ago, Mitsubishi Motors Indonesia introduced the facelifted Xpander, giving its popular people mover some new features. New features added to the Xpander include redesigned 16-inch alloy wheels, rear demister, a new head unit, 6 speakers, and a reverse camera.Just how popular is the Xpander?
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Honda Civic vs Mitsubishi Triton – Which is easier to clear a tight U-turn? One is a C-segment family sedan. Another is a go-anywhere pick-up truck. At a glance, you would think that the Honda Civic will be easier to park, simply because it’s smaller and will be less of a handful in tight parking than the big and tall Mitsubishi TritonWell that it is still true. The Mitsubishi Triton, being a pick-up truck, is of course longer and wider than the Honda Civic, but you will be surprised to know that the difference in maneuverability isn't as much a
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Mitsubishi Triton pulls ahead of Toyota Hilux in four Malaysia states According to Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia, the Mitsubishi Triton was the top-selling double-cab pick-up truck as of January 2020, in four states namely Klang Valley, Melaka, Penang and Kedah, overtaking the Toyota Hilux.Overall, the Toyota Hilux remained as the No.1 bestselling pickup truck in the country, owing to its dominance in East Malaysia.In its segment, the Mitsubishi Triton was the only brand in the pick-up segment that successfully achieved positive growth and expanded its over
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2020 Honda Civic vs Proton X70 vs Mitsubishi Triton - Similar prices, different characters, which is best for you? The updated Honda Civic just made its Malaysian debut, now with a mildly restyled exterior and the inclusion of Honda Sensing.Prices have also increased across the board – the base Civic 1.8 S is now priced from RM 113,600 (up RM 3,174), while the Civic 1.5 TC is now priced from RM 129,600 (up RM 5,524). The range-topping 1.5 TC-P is priced from RM 139,600 (up RM 7,717).With these new prices, what other options do you have?Proton X70 – There is a reason why it’s so popularThe f
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Tired of reading about Proton X70? Here are 5 cars that might be more suitable for you The new locally-assembled (CKD) Proton X70 has many great things going for it. Prices have been lowered, there are more features, and the engine has been updated to deliver better driving performance, paired to a new, more fuel efficient transmission.All Proton X70 variants are now front-wheel drive. No more all-wheel drive variantsYou can read a summary of what’s new with the Proton X70 CKD here. Being a popular new car, there’s also a lot of hype surrounding the new Proton X70 CKD&
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Mitsubishi ASX – Old but is it still worth your attention? For (new) old cars that are currently still on sale in Malaysia like the Mitsubishi ASX, there are two ways to look at them.The first would be “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”, a method utilized by some manufacturers to continue selling an old model with little or no updates over the course of its lifespan.Then there’s the saying “aged like fine wine”, which we reckon should be used to describe the Mitsubishi ASX.Like a good bottle of wine that tak
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Ride high this Chinese New Year with Mitsubishi From now until the end of January 2020, Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia is offering cash rebates for the Triton, Outlander and ASX.For selected variants of the Triton, customers are entitled to either cash rebates or interest rate as low as 0.88%. Below is an overview of the promotion.Existing Mitsubishi owners and pick-up owners who purchase selected variants will be entitled to cash rebates of RM 3,000 and RM 2,000 respectively, on top of the promotions.Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia recently gave the
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Mitsubishi Outlander – 2.0L vs 2.4L, which one to pick? The Mitsubishi Outlander first made its Malaysian debut back in 2016 in one form - 2.4-litre, CBU from Japan. Local assembly of the Mitsubishi Outlander started in 2017 with the 2.0-litre model, followed by the 2.4-litre model a few months later. The Outlander 2.0 is priced from RM 137,888, while the Outlander 2.4 is priced from RM 152,888.Mitsubishi knows a thing or two about making SUVs look goodWhich one should you pick?Both variants of the Mitsubishi Outlander are generou
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120 units of Mitsubishi Tritons got knighted Mitsubishi Malaysia jacks up the Triton Adventure X variant with special accessories. The Mitsubishi Triton Knight is limited to only 120 units and has an asking price of RM 137,900.The Triton Knight is distinguishable with a grey coated front bumper garnish, an aggressive hood protector and side window deflectors further complimented with Knight body stickers.On the inside, the Knight sports unique scuff plates and exclusive red-stitched carpet mats with Knight embroidery.Other than that, the K

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