After being holed up during the Covid lockdown for what seems like an eternity, things finally seem to be returning to some normality. What better way to welcome in this new-found freedom with a top-of-the-line SUV.
Mitsubishi Motors South Africa has gone to great lengths to strengthen its popular lineup of powerful and luxury compact and full-size sport utility vehicles, ensuring they are within easy reach of their loyal customer base and new buyers.
“We have extended our range of special offers into Spring, including no-deposit deals, R70 000 deal assistance offers and a R65 000 discount on one of our most popular models to date,” says Nic Campbell, General Manager of Mitsubishi Motors SA.
The latest Eclipse Cross 1.5 turbo-charged petrol derivative has attracted younger buyers and professionals to the Mitsubishi stable and it is the first car in the range to be powered by the new 1.5-litre four-cylinder turbo engine. Clearly the addition of the turbo derivative is designed to impress and excite at every turn. The Eclipse 1.5 turbo is nearly identical to its 2.0-litre big brother boasting the same advanced Dynamic Shield front-end design, coupled with its sporty and dynamic looks.
Mitsubishi also has another drawcard which is their 0% deposit offer to get you behind the wheel of their new compact SUV. What’s more is that the list price of R449 995 has remained unchanged despite the volatile exchange markets.
“With the traditional annual holiday season around the corner, our special offers have been extended throughout, including a new exclusive offer of a R65 000 saving on one of our other stalwarts, the Pajero Sport 4×2 Auto,” says Nic Campbell.
With excellent offers such as the R70 000 deal assistance when purchasing a Pajero Sport 4×4, it is understandable why customers return to this brand time and time again.
Another shining star in the Mitsubishi fold is the new Triton Extreme, which carries a value package of over R100 000 and includes wheels, unique badging, tow bar, smart-phone packages, exterior protective kit to help shield the body and equipment such as light lenses front and back, and various other items.
“MMSA hit the ground running once Lockdown regulations were eased, and with Level 1 around the corner, as South Africa gets ready for the end of the year, we are looking forward to launching various new models soon,” says Campbell.
The new Mitsubishi Pajero Exceed is a great addition to the range, bringing the product offering of Mitsubishi’s flagship SUV range to three distinctive models.
“The Exceed has a few aces up its sleeve, and customers will be introduced to the newcomer and its upgraded siblings by the end of September,” promises Campbell.
In the first quarter of 2021, Mitsubishi Motors South Africa will welcome another newcomer to the stable, the brand-new Xpander, touted as a family-friendly crossover MPV and there is talk of a new Triton on the cards.