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Japanese carmaker Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) handed over Multi-Purpose Vehicles (MPV) to the Department of Health (DOH). A total of four L300 units were handed over to Health Secretary Francisco Duque. Duque cited the L300’s dependability and  efficiency and is a welcome addition to their fleet. The acquisition of the Mitsubishi …

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A growing demand for commercial light vehicles is afoot, driven by a strengthening economy and improving infrastructure. Case in point, the relaunch of the Kia K2500 Karga and the Mitsubishi L300 this year, with the latter returning after a two year hiatus. This year also saw the arrival of the …

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Mitsubishi Motors Philippines is eyeing to lower than the Php 1.2 million bracket on their L300 with a PUVMP specifications. According to Alvin Dalida, MMPC First VP for Sales and Marketing, they are cuurently in talks with two local builders, Centro and Almazora. “We’re meeting with body builders. Hopefully by …

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The light duty trucks are entering the arena made by the government’s PUV Modernization Program and the Mitsubishi Motor Philippines Corporation is throwing their L300 to rat-race. Based on what we have gathered, the PUVMP-speced L300 will be brought out to the local market by first quarter of 2020. The …

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After announcing its return to the Philippine market in a few months’ time back in April 2019, the Mitsubishi L300 is officially back in the country, albeit now equipped with a more modern, environment-friendly Euro 4-compliant engine. Following months of testing pre-production prototypes, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) began assembly …

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Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) is bringing back the beloved Mitsubishi L300, only this time it’ll be using a more powerful and more efficient Euro 4-compliant powertrain. MMPC made the announcement yesterday at an event honoring the company’s recent achievement of its one million-unit sales milestone. MMPC ended the production …

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Mitsubishi Adventure

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines‘ (MMPC) production for May 2017 was the Japanese carmaker’s highest ever since it started its operations in May 1964. From an average monthly output of 3,000 at the start of 2017, MMPC’s production for May 2017 breached the 4,000-unit mark until a total of 4,323 units were …

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