Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia’s First Roadtour of 2016 kicks into High Gear

 2016 Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia roadtour main The ongoing Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia Road Tour at the Sunway Pyramid LG2 Blue Concourse has shifted to higher gears since its started on Thursday. Hundreds of visitors have flocked to the Blue Concourse of the most popular mall in the Subang and Puchong vicinity to catch a glimpse of the new Mitsubishi Triton Phantom, which made its debut at the roadtour, and a host of attractive cash rebates, fun-filled activities and not to mention, the eye-candies. So, hurry over to the Sunway Pyramid today or tomorrow (last day), and don’t miss the best darn deal in town for your favorite Mitsubishi variant!

Besides the Mitsubishi Triton Phantom, visitors and potential buyers are in for a real treat at the roadtour; for example have your very own pictures with the lovely Mitsubishi ambassadors and receive a prize for your best poses, enjoy out-of-this-world real deals for all Mitsubishi variants from the i-MIEV electric vehicle to the incomparable Pajero Sport, and last but not least, get the cash rebates up to RM 18,000. Available for attractive cash rebates at the roadtour are the Mitsubishi ASX line-up, Triton line-up, Lancer GTE, Mirage, Attrage and Pajero Sport.

Of course, don’t forget to check out the star of Mitsubishi’s first roadtour of 2016 – the Triton Phantom. At a glance, the Triton Phantom’s exterior is adorned in black with a matching decals. The sinister and aggressive outlook is further made outstanding by the black-mesh front grille with bumper extension, 17 inch matte black alloy rims, sports bar with full box, matte black rear bumper and Xenon HID headlights with DRLs.

The 2.5-liter 4-cylinder with VGT powerplant powers the Triton Phantom, coupled with the Double Overhead Cam (DOHC) 16-valve turbodiesel and common-rail system, the pick pushes to an output of 178 PS and up to 400 Nm of torque at 2,000 rpm (50 Nm more torque than the Triton Adventure version). The engine paired to a 5-speed automatic transmission with Sport mode, while turning radius for the Phantom is a modest 5.9 meters.

Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia retails the Triton Phantom at 115,680.76 minus insurance, along with a 3-year warranty. The Triton Phantom does include a cash rebate, but you’ll just have to visit the roadtour to find out more and ask yourselves: which Mitsubishi model is the best for you?

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