Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) would like customers to drive home with fueled up tanks and enjoy their brand new Mirage G4 or L300. 4,000 pesos worth of fuel will be given until April 30 for every purchase of each of the said models, which are both proudly manufactured in the country.
According to Mr. Takanobu Suzuki, Executive Vice President for Sales and Marketing of MMPC, “petroleum costs rising uncontrollably due to recent global disputes are affecting local motorists and operators by the day. In spite of this, we want our customers to have a pleasant start to their ownership experience by preserving that delightful moment when their new Mitsubishi is released from our showroom. This exclusive fuel package is meant to help with that so they can have an unforgettable first road trip with their New Mirage G4 or first business delivery with their L300 care of us.”
The Mirage G4 is a subcompact car known to be “G4 anything”, mirroring its owner’s personality. Its reliable and efficient engine, with up to 22.8-km per liter fuel mileagea, has been matched with a new signature dynamic look. Improvements to the interior of the Mirage G4 also impress just as much. Now equipped with a more intuitive Smartphone-link Display Audio (SDA) so that both Apple and Android users can better enjoy music, answer calls hands-free and have enhanced rear view access. Not forgetting the spacious legroom when passengers are onboard and roomy trunk to carry groceries or weekend gear.
Whereas, the L300 is a commercial vehicle that has time and again been an ever-reliable and trusted business partner and assertive market leader. Its Euro 4 diesel engine, which tallies up to 15.43-km per liter fuel mileageb, now also comes with 40% more torque and pulling power for added confidence on steep inclines and rough uneven roads. The cab that has also been raised by 100-mm, for better driver visibility, help detect and avoid obstacles ahead. When with an FB body, its floor deck height relative to the ground is between 665 to 670-mm. Lowest in its class, rendering the L300 the most ideal for loading and emptying cargo or boarding and dropping off passengers.