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Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM) has launched Max Certified, a used car program that provides customers with a convenient way to shop for pre-owned Mitsubishi vehicles in Malaysia. The program allows customers to browse through various Mitsubishi models available at Mitsubishi Motors dealers across the country and trade in their existing Mitsubishi vehicle for a new one. Under the Max Certified program, all used cars undergo a thorough 150-point inspection by professionally-trained Mitsubishi sp
Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM), the official distributor of Mitsubishi vehicles in Malaysia, has opened a newly upgraded 4S centre in Johor Bharu together with its authorised dealer MM Supreme Sdn Bhd. The new, vibrant façade carries the marque’s global brand message of ‘Drive Your Ambition’ across the 15,000 square feet of built-up space. That allows up to 4 display vehicles together with a Wi-Fi equipped comfortable customer lounge and a kid’s corner. In addition, the service area comes with
Making its global debut at the 2022 Vietnam Motor Show, the Mitsubishi XFC Concept previews the Three Diamonds’ upcoming rival against the hotly contested B-segment SUV market. It’s uncertain whether the SUV will be getting a new name or whether it would be called the ASX but one thing is clear, it will be adding some variety to the B-SUV market. Recently, spyshots of a heavily camouflaged version of the XFC Concept have been widely shared around social media. According to Vietnamese automotive
The association between Proton and Mitsubishi has been fundamental throughout most of the first half of the Malaysian tiger’s existence. While the likes of the Mitsubishi Lancer, Colt, Mirage Asti, Galant Eterna, and Town Box were given the Proton rebadge treatment, there were a few Three Diamond models that only remained in boardroom discussions. One of those proposed rebadges involved a Mitsubishi that was developed solely for the Australian market. If you imagine Australian carmakers, chances
7-seaters are not that big in Thailand which heavily favours pick-up trucks, SUVs, and sedans but for quite a while, the Mitsubishi Xpander was the most popular MPV in the Kingdom. That began to change in 2023 as the Toyota Veloz rose to snatch the crown from the Xpander in January and March of that year. The Xpander took back its crown in February but only with an advantage of 54 units according to sales data compiled by Autolife Thailand. Nevertheless, both the Veloz and Xpander dominate the B