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Mitsubishi Motors to stage Montero test-drive at MoA

After the successful provincial series of the Mitsubishi Montero Sport Head to Head Test Drive Challenge (H2H), Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) is pleased to announce that they are bringing this one of a kind test drive event in Manila. From August 13 to 14, 2016 customers are invited to take the Montero Sport H2H Test Drive Challenge at the Block 12 of SM Mall of Asia. 

It’s now Manila’s turn to take the challenge and test-drive the all new Montero Sport and other competitive brands in a track specifically laid out to demonstrate the power and class-leading features of the Montero Sport. The test-drive track features design to let customers see the power, easy handling, maneuverability, riding comfort, among others of the Montero Sport. This is the best opportunity for customers who are still having a hard time in choosing which midsize SUV to purchase. This unique test-drive event will allow customers to decide which among the available midsize SUVs in the market offers the best features for them. Customers who will test-drive the Montero Sport and other brands can personally experience and compare each vehicle and make better decision.

Aside from the test-drive, there will also be available displays of Mitsubishi’s bestselling vehicles at the venue. Customers who will join the test-drive are entitled to exclusive discounts and exciting freebies. Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to test drive the Montero Sport and its competition in one venue. You may test-drive  from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. only.

Topics: Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation , Montero Sport , Mitsubishi Montero Sport Head to Head Test Drive Challenge (H2H)
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