Words by Christopher Kho
 
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The 4th Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS) is only a few days away, and you should know that Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corp. (MMPC) has big things in store that will take center stage at the show. On top of their existing line-up, the tri-diamond brand will be featuring great rides - both new and old - that will blow your socks off from August 16 to 19, 2012 at the World Trade Center (WTC) in Pasay City. 

Be one of the first few to see the all-new Mirage make its official Philippine debut in the bare sheet metal. Mitsubishi is finally returning to the subcompact car market after a 34-year absence, and boy, are they making a big comeback! It'll seat five people, run up 22 km/L with its three-cylinder 1.2L MIVEC engine, and be sold at just a little over P500,000. This little hatchback will surely be the biggest thing to ever come out of Mitsubishi's garage in a long time and could possibly even outsell the country's second best-selling vehicle, the Montero Sport, when sales begin in November.
Published in Upcoming Events
 
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It has been around three years since an Outlander was last sold in the Philippines after the sleeker and leaner ASX took its place and left the nameplate out in the cold. But in 2012, the Outlander is making a comeback and ready to reclaim its crown when Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) debuts an all-new model at the 82nd Geneva International Motor Show in March.
 
So far, Mitsubishi has only released one teaser image of the upcoming Outlander before the big reveal. Judging by this photo, the tri-diamond brand has ditched their signature gaping open-mouth grill for a retro two-tier chrome facet that is to become Mitsubishi's new corporate mark. We can also see that they've enhanced its jaw line with a ridged front bumper just like the ones on the upcoming Mirage. And if anyone recalls the PX-MiEV Concept from the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show, then that might just give you an idea what the Outlander looks like from the back.
Published in Concept