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The Mitsubishi Xpander: The Scion of the Much-Loved Adventure
As the anointed successor of the hugely popular Asian Utility Vehicle (AUV), the Mitsubishi Adventure, the Xpander is Mitsubishi’s response to calls for a representative in the MVP segment.
As smaller-sized MPVs come into their own in the auto market, the sleek and stylish Mitsubishi Xpander is leading the way in terms of safety, fuel economy, space, and performance---boxes that prospective buyers want to tick off when looking for a spacious multi-use vehicle that can fit their needs and budget.
Leading an MPV Field of Heavyweight Performers and Sharpshooting Speedsters
With comparisons to the Toyota Avanza and Honda BR-V, and at times, the Toyota Rush and the Innova, the odds may seem overwhelming, but the Mitsubishi Xpander is holding out its own---and more. It may even give the competition a run for their money when it comes to fuel economy, safety, passenger/cargo capacity, and even resale value as a used or repossessed car.
The Pros and Cons of Buying a Used Mitsubishi Xpander
The Pros of a Used Mitsubishi Xpander
Great Affordability - Up front, it may not look like the cheapest but the Mitsubishi Xpander does compete aggressively in terms of price and value (in terms of retail or resale). It is one of the more sought-after MPVs at Automart.Ph’s managed warehouses where used and repossessed Xpanders can range from 863,000 to 600,000 pesos.
Super Fuel Efficiency - Fuel efficiency is often equated with light or smaller engines. Not so with the Mitsubishi Xpander. Its heart is a 1.5-liter in-line 4 DOHC, 16-valve MIVEC engine. This makes fuel consumption lesser than other models in the MPV range. Moreover, the Xpander is rated at 16.5 to 22 km per liter, depending on driving conditions and passenger/cargo loads. (This writer gets an average of 17.9 km per liter on a day-long drive that includes a 45-minute highway run to the city, 2-4 hours total of in-city driving, and another 45 on the way home.)
Superb Safety - When it was first launched in 2018, the Mitsubishi Xpander was awarded a four-star safety rating from the ASEAN New Car Assessment Program (ASEAN NCAP), naming it one of the safest vehicles on the road. The Xpander scored high in three categories: Adult Occupant Safety, Child Occupant Safety, and Safety Assist categories. Apart from its passenger safety features like 3-point ELR seatbelts, ISOFIX and tether anchors for child seating, the Xpander also has ABS with EBD, emergency stop signal, active stability control, traction control, and hill start assist.
Great Interior Space and Passenger Features - The best thing about MPVs is their seven-seating ability---and that’s seven adults. The spacious interior of the Mitsubishi Xpander provides better comfort (best for long drives) and amenities including cup holders, accessory storage spaces, and USB ports in the third-row passenger seats. Storage space? Got you covered. The Xpander has one of the biggest luggage areas and cargo capacity, especially if the second- and third-row passenger seats are folded down.
Dynamic Exterior Design - Credit its bigger sibling (thanks, Montero!) for inspiring its exterior features. and giving the Xpander its daring and dynamic look. The exterior fascia made the Montero look aggressive and big, it gave the smaller Xpander a more dynamic and daring look, with sleek and stylish lines.
The Cons of Used Mitsubishi Xpander
- Basic Tech Features - Even with cruise control and a touchscreen infotainment system (and push start for higher variants), there is nothing special that can be said about the tech features of the Xpander.
- Less-the-Expected Interior Features - As a passenger carrier, the Xpander does provide comfort---vital, especially for longer travels). But the third row has lesser legroom, making it a tight fit for adults taller than five and a half feet tall. Likewise, if you’re planning to haul cargo, you’ll need to consider the interior height. With the second and third rows folded down, the Xpander has some of the biggest cargo space for its size. But its interior height of 1695 mm may not be that generous.
- Light Engine Displacement - Interchangeably known as engine size, the Mitsubishi Xpander’s engine displacement may seem good enough for its segment. However, some clients and car reviewers may find the 1.5-liter DOHC MIVEC engine a bit light for their tastes. The Xpander has also been criticized as being too small and too light to carry its load and performance expectations. And there might be merit to their comments: the 1.5-liter engine does seem like a lightweight in a class that includes big boys like the 1.6-liter Suzuki APV and the 2.8-liter Toyota Innova.
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On its own merits, the Mitsubishi Xpander is no longer just the fitting replacement of the Mitsubishi Adventure. It is the deserving, leveled-up successor, and is considered the all-around favorite MPV in the Philippine retail and resale auto market.
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