Mitsubishi Xpander

Mitsubishi Xpander Price in Sri Lanka Rs 8,290,000/-
This affordable seven seat Mitsubishi Xpander is a real challenger for those models such as, Honda BR-V and the Toyota Rush. Recently, the latter has just achieved a feat that may well put it at the top of its class in one vital aspect.

When you consider that the automatic is only a four-speed. It would seem that Mitsu’s 1.5-liter DOHC gasoline engine, with its 103hp and 141Nm, is an economical powertrain.

As of August 10, 2017 Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) celebrated the world premiere of its next generation MPV at the 25th GAIKINDO Indonesia International Auto Show in Jakarta, Indonesia, with the all-new XPANDER – a name reflecting MMC’s ambition to expand the customer’s motoring experience, and to make it more fulfilling,

Mitsubishi Xpander Specifications;

Seating 7 Seats
Engine 1499 cc
Power 103 hp
Power Steering Available
Driver Airbag Available
Anti-Lock Braking System Available
Ground Clearance 200 mm

The 4,475 mm long XPANDER blends stylish and roomy MPV lines with tough and dynamic SUV looks.
The distinctive “Dynamic Shield” front design concept forms a continuum with the OUTLANDER PHEV, the PAJERO SPORT, and the ECLIPSE CROSS, and it is giving expression to the protection of passengers and pedestrians.

Mitsubishi Xpander’s Wide flared fenders add to the powerful SUV-inspired looks.
The LED position lights are located high up in the engine hood side trim, not just for good looks, but also to make the car more noticeable. The headlights are placed low in the bumper, to maximize vision during rough road conditions.
The rear combination LED lights uniquely extend into the tailgate. The L-shaped LED tail lights are separate from the brake lights.

MMC’s trademark horizontal dashboard architecture provides visual cues when navigating rough and windy roads.
The uncluttered instrument panel offers intuitive ergonomics, while the arched design expresses high quality and spaciousness as it visually flows into the front door trim panels.
Mitsubishi Xpander roof line tops a generous greenhouse. Thanks to a partially glazed-in rear pillar, the roof itself seems to float above the car. Subtle hints of tailfins in the rear side panels add to the XPANDER’s bold looks.

The roomy cabin space – largest in its segment – and the clever occupant layout of the XPANDER are complemented by generous luggage space. Accommodating passenger quarters, and generous headroom are offered to all passengers. There is excellent access to the comfortable third-row seats.

The backrests in the second row (60:40 split) and third row (50:50 split) can easily be folded down to arrange the seats and luggage in various combinations, or to create a large flat storage area without bumps, or gaps.
Also, the center backrest of the second row can be folded down to create a wide armrest, or to clear space for extra-long items, like a rolled carpet, or a tall ladder.

There is an abundance of large and small storage spaces, accommodating everything from oversized luggage to smartphones and coins. There even is a concealed secret box, located in the dashboard.
The XPANDER has a total of 16 bottle holders in the door trims, and in the center console between the front seats.
Noise levels are kept low, and conversations between occupants will not be disturbed. Unique in its segment, the XPANDER’s panoramic windshield is made from thick, high-quality, soundproof glass, laminated with an extra sound-absorbing layer to block out outside noise, and to make the cabin quieter.

The silent and powerful air conditioner can be finely adjusted, thanks to its 8 power settings for the front seats, and its 4 settings in the rear. Its large ribbed buttons can be operated by feel alone, without taking the eyes off the road.

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