The wait is almost over. Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corp.’s (MMPC) latest offering, the Mirage G4, is now ready to be previewed at select dealerships nationwide.
Mitsubishi’s next-generation global subcompact sedan, which is expected to arrive in October, will be on display starting this Friday in the following dealerships: Cabanatuan City and Baliuag, Bulacan, showrooms of Freeway Motors; Motorplaza in Calasiao, Pangasinan; Carworld in San Fernando, Pampanga; Evolander in Taytay, Rizal; Amcar Automotive in Greenfield Sta. Rosa, Laguna; Jabez Motors in Cavite; SFM Corp. in Lipa City; and Caleb Motors in Naga City.
MMPC announced that those who will miss the chance could still preview the car a week after (Sept. 13) at the following dealerships: Iloilo and Bacolod showrooms of Avescor Motors; Mandaue, Cebu, and Cagayan de Oro showrooms of Fast Autoworld; Karasia in Bajada, Davao; Mindanao Integrated Commercial Enterprise in General Santos; and Maximotors in Puerto Princesa, Palawan.
A special preview night was simultaneously held last Monday at three Metro Manila dealerships—Citimotors in Pasong Tamo, Makati City; Diamond Motor Corp. in Quezon Avenue; and Peak Motors in Manila Bay Edsa, Pasay City—to kick off the nationwide event. While MMPC president and CEO Hikosaburo Shibata led the activities in the Pasay City dealership, it was MMPC VP for marketing services Froy Dytianquin who led the event in Quezon Avenue.
“These special previews not only allow interested buyers to take a glimpse of this exciting all-new model before its official sale in October. This is also their chance to take advantage of our Mirage G4 Pre-Order Exclusives,” said MMPC’s advertising and promotions manager Arlan Reyes who led the activities at Citimotors in Makati City.
The preorder exclusive is in the form of a P40,000 outright markdown of the Mirage G4 from its suggested retail price. It can also be applied as reduction in down payment for financing transactions or to offset the cost of insurance of the unit.
Those who will be availing the Mirage G4 preorder exclusive will only have to make a P10,000 refundable deposit, which entitles them to a preorder coupon that must be registered at the Mirage G4 preorder website at www.mirageG4.ph.
To be entitled to the P40,000 preorder exclusive and raffle, the buyer must ensure that the Mirage G4 is delivered to him/her on or before Nov. 29, 2013.
The raffle draw is scheduled on Dec. 10, 2013.
In addition, those who will make the reservation and register for the Mirage G4 preorder exclusive until mid-October will be given a chance to win the manual Mirage G4 GLX, in a raffle which will be drawn sometime in December, after deliveries for all those who have reserved under the Pre-Order Exclusive have been completed.
The Mirage G4 is the sedan version of the all-new Mirage hatchback. But despite sharing the same 1.2-liter, 3-cylinder MIVEC engine, the sedan version offers more legroom (thanks to the extra 10-centimeter wheelbase length), slightly wider front and rear track widths (an additional 1.5 cm that slightly increased turning radius by 40 cm) as well as an additional 1-cm ground clearance.
The Mirage G4 is also designed for longer trips thanks to a more supple suspension setup, a 42-liter fuel tank (that hatch has 35 liters), a trunk space of 450 liters, which is almost double the hatch’s 235-liter capacity, and rated fuel efficiency of 21 kilometers per liter.
Safetywise, MMPC informed that the Mirage G4 also offers exceptional value as the sedan will be equipped (as standard) with dual-SRS airbags, electronic time and alarm control system (Etacs) and multi-information display.
The Etacs is Mitsubishi’s unique system that controls all of the Mirage G4’s electrical components.
Suggested retail price for the four G4 variants are the following: GLX Manual P578,000; GLX CVT P628,000; GLS Manual P668,000; and GLS CVT P718,000.
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