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MIAS 2024: Mitsubishi sneaks in an update to the Xpander Cross

A new paint job and a nine-inch infotainment are what's new

Don't let its modified appearance fool you. This is an update to the popular MPV. PHOTO BY SAM SURLA

The spotlight of Mitsubishi Motors Philippines‘ booth at the 2024 Manila International Auto Show is on the all-new Triton, but that didn’t stop the automaker from sneaking in a surprise update to the Xpander Cross.

The updated infotainment system is a welcome change. PHOTOS FROM MITSUBISHI AND SAM SURLA

It may be modified, but those with a keen eye will notice the new Green Bronze Metallic paint job not initially offered in our market. Step inside and if you’re lucky enough to see a new nine-inch infotainment with smartphone integration that was first seen in the Indonesian-market model.

Get up close with these vehicles at the Mitsubishi booth. PHOTOS BY SAM SURLA

This upgrade comes at no cost, but is also the only update that our local model is receiving. Catch this and the rest of Mitsubishi’s modified offerings at World Trade Center until April 7.

Sam Surla

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