The 2020 Mitsubishi Xpander is off to a strong start, having secured over 3,700 bookings since the order books were opened on 22-Oct.
Its order books is full enough to keep the MMC Manufacturing Malaysia – the Malaysian-Japanese joint venture company responsible for the Xpander’s production in Pekan (located within DRB-Hicom's manufacturing plant) – busy until year-end.
Year 2020’s allocation for the Xpander has since been sold out. In fact, customers who placed their booking in November will only be able to get their car in early 2021, thus missing out on the government’s sales tax exemption for locally-assembled cars, but that’s nothing something that Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia can do anything about since it’s a government policy.
The Mitsubishi Xpander is a B-segment 7-seater crossover (SUV or MPV, you decide), that competes against the Perodua Aruz, Honda BR-V, Toyota Rush, and Toyota Avanza.
Like all its rivals, it is powered by a 1.5-litre naturally aspirated engine. Find out more about the pros and cons of the Xpander here, while its maintenance cost can be found here.
Prices start from RM 91,359, valid until 31-December 2020. After that, the resumption of sales tax will bump prices up to RM 94,800 (estimated).