Get A Preview Of The Upcoming Mitsubishi Xpander

After the leaked photo of the Mitsubishi Xpander, Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM) recently announced that the new Mitsubishi Xpander will be locally-assembled in Malaysia after they’ve announced that the Xpander will be launched in Malaysia.

The new Mitsubishi Xpander will be assembled in Mitsubishi’s production facility in Pekan, Pahang. The Xpander has been localized to meet the demands of Malaysian customers. It’s expected to be priced competitively to cater to families and adventure junkies who are looking for a comfortable yet practical seven-seater to make their journeys a pleasant one.

The plant in Pekan comes with an all-new body welding workshop including new welding equipment. The plant will also come with an advanced painting technology including a 360 degree ED-coating and robotic spray system, to ensure full coverage of corrosive prevention coating and consistent paint finishing on the Xpander’s body. Last but not least, the XPANDER will also go through an all-new tester line to check for all safety functions including Active Stability Control (ASC) system before its final assembly line.

The new Xpander is now open for customers to register for interest at Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia’s official page at .

Customers may catch the teaser display of the new Xpander at Mid Valley Megamall, Centre Court from today until 13 September 2020 from 10.00am until 10.00pm.  

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