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Mitsubishi XPANDER is C! Awards’ Best Compact Carrier

Mitsubishi XPANDER was hailed as the Best Compact Carrier on the    14th C! Awards*. The XPANDER offers a dynamic and highly functional interior and exterior features. It also boasts its roominess with a class-leading interior length of 2,840mm providing comfortable space for maximum of seven adults. With these features and much more it is no surprise that the XPANDER bested its contenders in this category.

Mr. Kevin Limjoco, C! Magazine’s Founding Editor lauds the XPANDER as he explains the rationale behind their winning choice. “The Mitsubishi XPANDER, particularly in the GLS Sport trim, offers tremendous real-world practicality, generous standard equipment, comfort, and passenger capacity to the Philippine consumer. The XPANDER is awarded the best compact carrier in its class precisely because of its thoughtful attention to the needs and requirements of the Filipino consumer while making the product also genuinely attainable", Mr. Limjoco said.

The Best Compact Carrier from C! Awards is the second recognition that the XPANDER received after its official launch in the country last year. The XPANDER was also awarded the Media’s Choice Award - Best Design MPV in the Auto Focus Media’s Choice Awards. Apart from the overwhelming reception of the market to this all-new model, these awards are attestation of the great package that the XPANDER offers. MMPC is truly honoured to receive these recognition and is very much pleased that more units of this award winning vehicle are now available.

*The C! Awards is an annual program of C! Magazine to honor the very best automobiles and motorcycles in the Philippine auto industry.

Topics: Mitsubishi XPANDER , 14th C! Awards
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