Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corp. will be holding a 5-day exclusive motorshow dubbed as the "Mitsubishi Motors Expo" at the SM Mall of Asia parking grounds (beside the Science Discovery Center) starting May 11 until May 15, 2011. This event promises to be a unique Mitsubishi motorshow experience as it entitles show goers to exclusive offers, special deals and incentives, freebies and a variety of family fun activities.
With partner banks Banco de Oro, BPI Family Savings Bank and PS Bank customers are assured of special low "all-in" financing plans that will fit their budget. BDO, BPI FB and PS Bank will also be providing exclusive freebies for approved financing customers of the EXPO ranging from free fuel cards or up to portable GPS navigations system.
Mitsubishi Motors Expo features also trade-in deals for those who want to swap their old cars with a new Mitsubishi Motors vehicle, giving appraisal incentives and even more for those who trade in a Mitsubishi. Additionally, MMPC will also provide a free 12-point check-up to all Mitsubishi vehicle owners while owners with navigation system such as Galant, ASX and Montero Sport can also avail of the free navigation map update. The Expo will also feature test drives of the best selling models such as the Montero Sport and Strada with Variable Geometry Turbo, as well as the 2010-2011 Car of the Year Best Compact Crossover, the Mitsubishi ASX.
The Mitsubishi Motors Expo will also showcase a total of 15 vehicles, including a replica of the Racing Lancer, a rally car which made its debut at the 2009 Argentina Dakar rally. Another attraction of the Expo which will surely capture the interest of young and young at heart is the Lancer Evolution X simulator, wherein you can play Gran Turismo 5 inside a real Evolution X.
MMPC will also be hosting car club meet where members will be given the chance to flaunt their prized Mitsubishi vehicles while guests can also look forward to a free concert on May 14, Saturday.
"We have organized the Mitsubishi Motors Expo to express our gratitude to our customers in making Mitsubishi a strong and trusted brand in this market," said Mr. Hikosaburo Shibata, MMPC's new President and CEO.