PREVIEW: MITSUBISHI EXPRESS VAN

Mitsubishi_Express_frontKeen to capture early attention in the slow-moving sales market Mitsubishi Motors Australia has announced basic specifications and full pricing of the Express vans that will be launched on July 6th.

The Express will be available in both short and long wheelbase with a choice of manual and automatic transmissions and it comes standard with dual sliding doors.

Mitsubishi says, “There is no better way for owners to ensure the condition of their vehicle than servicing with a Mitsubishi dealer. With nearly 200 dealerships nationally, owners can be assured that they can access Mitsubishi trained technicians, and genuine parts, no matter where their Express needs to go.

Mitsubishi_Express_rear“Mitsubishi Capped Price Servicing is available for the first three years/45,000km of ownership. Engineers have determined the optimal service interval for the Express is 15,000km, which is consistent with all Mitsubishi product.”

The cost per service is $250, and the cost of servicing over the first three years totals $750. Mitsubishi says, “owners will have some of the lowest running costs in the van segment.”

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Mitsubishi Express will have the company’s standard commercial vehicle warranty of three years/100,000km.

MODEL RANGE
GLX 1.6-litre twin-turbo SWB manual: $38,490
GLX 2.0-litre turbo SWB automatic: $42,490
GLX 1.6-litre twin-turbo LWB manual: $40,490
GLX 2.0-litre turbo LWB automatic: $44,490
Note: These prices do not include government or dealer delivery charges. Contact your local Mitsubishi dealer for drive-away prices.

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