Mitsubishi Xforce

Mitsubishi Xforce News in Malaysia

  • Spied: Mitsubishi Xforce spotted in Malaysia - Arriving here in by end of 2024?

    Currently, the Mitsubishi Xforce is only available in two markets – Indonesia and Vietnam. Both countries are key to Mitsubishi Motors as the ASEAN market is where the Xforce is mainly developed for. While Mitsubishi’s rival to the likes of the Honda HR-V and Proton X50 will be launched in Malaysia, there is no exact timeline for its arrival. However, based on this spyshot photo, it seems the Xforce’s local debut could be happening sooner; perhaps by the end of the year. Shared by The Ajerul on

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    Feb 8, 2024

  • Malaysians would have to wait, the next destination for the Mitsubishi Xforce could be the Philippines

    Mitsubishi has begun exports of its B-segment SUV, the Mitsubishi Xforce from Indonesia to Vietnam. The archipelago serves as the production hub for the compact SUV which saw its global debut at the 2023 Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS). A commemorative ceremony was held at the port of Tanjung Priok with officials from the Indonesian and Japanese governments as well as parties related to Mitsubishi Motors in attendance. Vietnam serves as the first export market for the Xforce w

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    Feb 6, 2024

  • Priced from equivalent of RM 118k, ADAS-equipped Mitsubishi Xforce launched in Vietnam

    Making its left-hand drive (LHD) market debut, the Mitsubishi Xforce was just launched in Vietnam. The Three Diamonds brand sees the socialist republic as a key market with the Mitsubishi Xpander crowned the country’s most popular car of 2023. Unlike the Xpander which is locally assembled (CKD) there, the Vietnamese-spec Xforce is fully imported (CBU) from Indonesia and is offered with 4 variants, 2 more than in the archipelago. Prices of the VN-spec Xforce are as follows: GLX – VND 620 million

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    Jan 16, 2024

  • More trustworthy than men? Mitsubishi Xforce a hit with Indonesian ladies - 40% of buyers are empowered women

    Mitsubishi Motors’ Indonesian distributor, PT Mitsubishi Motors Krama Yudha Sales Indonesia (MMKSI) has begun deliveries of the first 50 units of the Mitsubishi Xforce to customers in the archipelago. The Three Diamonds’ Indo distributor revealed that 4,000 orders of the high-riding B-segment SUV have been placed since its unveiling at GIIAS 2023 with the aim of delivering 3,000 units to customers by the end of the year. Out of the total orders, Mitsubishi revealed to OtoDriver that around 40% o

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    Nov 20, 2023

  • Bound for Malaysia, pre-orders open for ADAS-equipped 2024 Mitsubishi Xforce in Vietnam

    The Vietnamese automotive industry has been growing rapidly in the past few years and it is also one of Mitsubishi’s most vital markets in Southeast Asia. The Xpander is one of the most popular cars in the country and the XFC concept which previewed the HR-V-rivaling Mitsubishi Xforce made its world debut there. While the production version of the Xforce made its eventual global premiere at the 2023 Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS), the B-segment SUV could be launching in Vietn

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    Nov 14, 2023

  • Watch the Malaysia-bound Mitsubishi Xforce put through its paces by Indonesia's rally master

    The Mitsubishi Xforce is quite possibly one of the most exciting (Xciting?) SUVs to be launched in recent years. Competing directly against the likes of the Honda HR-V and the Proton X50, the Xforce looks like a winner with a proper SUV design and a host of drive modes similar to a modern off-roader. Despite having a ground clearance similar to the all-new 2024 Mitsubishi Triton at 222 mm, the Xforce is still a two-wheel drive soft-roader. Sitting on a shortened platform of the front-wheel drive

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    Sep 28, 2023

  • No ADAS? Mitsubishi Xforce to add feature in the future and previews one at GIIAS 2023

    The compact SUV market is shaping up to be spicier with the launch of the Mitsubishi Xforce and while it has a premium interior and off-roader looks, the latest SUV is lacking in the advanced safety features department. Currently, the Xforce has 6 airbags, blind-spot warnings (BSW), and rear cross-traffic alert (RCTA) as standard but those sound lacking compared to what is being offered by the competitors. Rivals like the Honda HR-V and Proton X50 offer a more comprehensive ADAS suite like adapt

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    Aug 16, 2023

  • Sticking with 1.5 NA from Xpander, here's why the Mitsubishi Xforce doesn't offer turbo

    As a challenger against turbocharged compact SUV rivals from the likes of the Honda HR-V and Proton X50, the newly-unveiled Mitsubishi Xforce sounds a tad bit underpowered as it only offers a naturally-aspirated (NA) 1.5-litre engine. However, this is mainly to suit the needs of ASEAN buyers, according to Hiroshi Nagaoka, Executive Vice President of Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC), at a question and answer (Q&A) session with the Malaysian media following the launch of the Xforce at the 2023

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    Aug 15, 2023

  • Triton-rivalling numbers, we asked if the Mitsubishi Xforce will be offered with AWD - this is their answer

    The Mitsubishi Xforce is yet another compact crossover in a segment that is gaining popularity all over Southeast Asia but it also stands out from the rest in terms of a design that looks geared to go off the beaten path. Yet, the Xforce is only available as a front-wheel drive (FWD) SUV despite having the highest ground clearance in its class at 222 mm as well as its class' highest approach and departure angle at 20° and 30.5° respectively. That ground clearance height is similar to the all-new

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    Aug 15, 2023

  • Built to tackle floods and potholes, this is how the Mitsubishi Xforce has bespoke tuning for ASEAN

    The distinction between a good car and a so-so one often times lie in the way it drives, more than what gizmos and tech it might have. Tuning then plays a very important part, and it's one Mitsubishi Motors paid extra attention to when it comes to the Xforce. "Basically, how Mitsubishi Motors tune the suspension for ASEAN is based on what kind of roads and customer behaviour we encounter. In that sense the road surface in ASEAN is rather rough compared to, for example, Japan, so we need to be pr


    Aug 14, 2023

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