Mitsubishi Xpander

Mitsubishi Xpander News in Malaysia

    • Mitsubishi to launch 2 new SUVs in 2024 - Ativa and HR-V rivals coming to Malaysia

      Mitsubishi eX Concept shownThough it’s no longer as enthusiast-driven as before, Mitsubishi is actually in better shape now than it once was. Following the success of the Mitsubishi Xpander, it seems that the three diamonds brand is looking to further expand (no pun intended) its SUV line-up from 2023.According to our colleagues over at AutoFun Indonesia, Mitsubishi’s Indonesian distributor, PT Mitsubishi Motors Krama Yudha Sales Indonesia (MMKSI) is planning to launch a few new mode

      CY Foong

      CY Foong

      Jun 29, 2022

    • Alza and Veloz won't stay ahead for long, MMC reiterates 2023 Mitsubishi Xpander Hybrid

      The upcoming D27A 2022 Perodua Alza and the Avanza-replacing Toyota Veloz will soon capture the sales crown away from the Mitsubishi Xpander, but that doesn’t mean that the Xpander will sit idle.At Mitsubishi Motors’ 53rd general meeting of shareholders last week, President and CEO Takao Kato shared that the company will introduce its first hybrid model for the ASEAN region next year, and that the model’s hybrid technology will be based on the company’s famed plug-in hybr

      Hans

      Hans

      Jun 28, 2022

    • If the Hyundai Stargazer and Mitsubishi Xpander aren't related, why do they look alike?

      Teasers for the 2022 Hyundai Stargazer have been revealed which points to its eventual unveiling very soon. However, if you look at the shape of Hyundai’s B-segment 7-seater, it looks an awful lot like the Mitsubishi Xpander.It’s probably an accidental coincidence that both the Stargazer and Xpander resemble one another. From the front design to the side, there are elements of the Xpander in the Stargazer but make no mistake, both cars are as related as Zooey Deschanel and Katy Perry

      CY Foong

      CY Foong

      Jun 20, 2022

    • Mitsubishi Malaysia sold 66 percent more vehicles in the 2021 financial year

      Despite the pandemic, Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM) ended their 2021 financial year (April 2021 - March 2022) on a high; specifically a 66 percent high, as they sold a total of 19,217 units during that period.And yes, you guessed it, that number is 66 percent higher than the previous financial year. The achievement is all the more noteworthy given that the Total Industry Volume (TIV) shrunk by 6.7 percent for that period of time.Also Read: Ratings: 2020 Mitsubishi Xpander - A better family ca

      Dinesh

      Dinesh

      Apr 28, 2022

    • After Indonesia, Thailand's 2022 Mitsubishi Xpander facelift trades 4AT for CVT, Malaysia when?

      The Bangkok International Motor Show (BIMS) is underway, and besides the hullaballoo surrounding the new Ford Ranger and updated Nissan Almera is this, the 2022 Mitsubishi Xpander facelift for the Thai market.Headlining changes in this iteration of the 7-seater MPV are exterior and mechanical updates, which includes a new CVT.Also read: Trading 4AT for CVT, 2021 Mitsubishi Xpander facelift launched in IndonesiaThe former first; its Dynamic Shield front fascia has redesigend LED position lights,

      Sanjay

      Sanjay

      Mar 22, 2022

    • Mitsubishi overtakes Nissan to break into Top 5 ranking in Malaysia - Xpander and Triton pulling strong

      Mitsubishi Xpander leads Honda BR-V Mitsubishi Triton leads Isuzu D-Max Sales up 91 percentThe Big-3 Japanese car brands in Malaysia is no longer Toyota, Honda, and Nissan. As of the end of 2021, it’s now Toyota, Honda, and Mitsubishi.Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM) ended 2021 with 17,489 vehicles sold. That’s almost double its performance in 2020, when MMM shifted just 9,163 units.Nissan, represented by Edaran Tan Chong Motor, ended 2021 with 12,287 units sold, versus 14,160 units

      Hans

      Hans

      Mar 2, 2022

    • 2022 Mitsubishi Xpander sees a price hike of RM 1k, now starting from RM 92k

      The Mitsubishi Xpander is a massively popular hit for the three diamonds in Malaysia much like her ASEAN neighbours. Though we will never see the Xpander reaching No.1 overall here, it is the best-selling non-national MPV in the country in 2021.One of the possible reasons for its success is its affordability and practicality, though the former might see a slight increase in price. A quick check at Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia’s (MMM) pricelist now shows the lone Xpander variant starting from

      CY Foong

      CY Foong

      Mar 1, 2022

    • Mitsubishi Xpander takes Indonesia’s best-selling car crown ahead of Avanza in Jan 2022

      In spite of retaking the title of Indonesia’s best-selling car in 2021, the Toyota Avanza had its crown snatched by the Mitsubishi Xpander in January 2022. According to sales data compiled by Gaikindo, 5,282 units of the Xpander were sold compared to 3,188 units of the Avanza in the first month of the year.Toyota Veloz shownBut hold on, ever since the all-new Avanza and Veloz were introduced back in November 2021, Gaikindo has split them up in their sales figures. The previous generation&r

      CY Foong

      CY Foong

      Feb 22, 2022

    • Launching in Malaysia: 2022 Toyota Veloz, Honda BR-V and Mitsubishi Xpander previewed

      For the past couple of years, the compact 7-seater SUV / MPV segment has been relatively quiet. The two most notable launches in recent times include the Honda BR-Vs debut in 2017 and the Perodua Aruzs launch in 2018.Come 2022, we expect things to shake up by a fair bit. Over the past few months, Toyota, Honda, and Mitsubishi introduced all-new or updated versions of their 7-seater SUV / MPV, all of which made their debut in Indonesia.Which is also why we will be using the Indonesian-spec models

      Eric

      Eric

      Feb 13, 2022

    • Renault, Nissan & Mitsubishi Motors announce a common roadmap that’s been a long time coming

      Renault Group, Nissan Motor and Mitsubishi Motors; members of one of the world’s leading automotive alliances, have announced a common roadmap that’ll shape their directions with more cooperation towards 2030.Better late than never right?Also Read: Nissan Note e-Power: We drove Malaysias most fuel-efficient car that you cant buy (yet); 2.8L/100kmContinuing the Leader-Follower scheme defined in May 2020, select technology will be developed by one leading team with the support of the f

      Dinesh

      Dinesh

      Jan 28, 2022