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Fresh from celebrating its milestone of selling its 1 millionth unit since the company’s foray into the country in the ’60s, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corp. has long been a faithful competitor and investor in this country. While they may have fallen into a rut a few times, the company and the brand has always been able to pull itself out of these difficulties and recover.
How many times has the Catholic Church reminded us: The Holy Week break is meant for things related to the observance of Lent. Yes, fellow Catholics, this week-long holiday is like Ramadan for our Muslim brothers and sisters.
Now that Holy Week is upon us and majority of us have filed our much deserved vacation leaves, you may be thinking about what kind of adventures are on the horizon.
Motor Image Pilipinas Inc., the exclusive distributor of Subaru vehicles in the Philippines, unveiled the Subaru XV GT Edition on the opening day of the 2019 Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) at the World Trade Center last April 4.
If you are not yet familiar with the Tokyo Motorcycle Show, this three-day, two-wheeler (sometimes three) trade fair is the largest of its kind in Japan. Running for 46 years now, it is one of the global motorcycles market’s most important events.
The display of a Hyundai Kona Electric at last week’s Manila International Automobile Show (MIAS), plus Nissan Philippines’ recent announcement that the Nissan Leaf will be available within the year—these are signs that the electric vehicle (EV) era is on its way here.
The recently concluded Manila International Auto Show 2019 or MIAS held at the World Trade Center Metro Manila in Pasay City was the most attended to date, with 142,000 visitors flocking during its four-day run.
Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) has crossed a major milestone—a little over 55 years after it commenced operations in the country, the Japanese automaker has breached the 1 million-unit sales mark.
After more than 55 years of constantly “battling” it out in the competitive local automotive industry, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (along with its nationwide dealer network of 54 outlets), has transformed from a “diamond in the rough,” to a sparkling gem that’s worth its weight in a million cars.
Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC), the longest-staying automotive company in the Philippines having been established in 1963 has achieved yet another milestone: its one millionth unit sales mark. .