Cars > Transform

Spice up your new Mitsubishi Xpander with genuine accessories

Feast your eyes on the manufacturer’s official bodykit

While it's not everyone's cup of tea, we appreciate Mitsubishi for giving consumers options for customization. PHOTO FROM MITSUBISHI

Admit it, we’ve all been there. You just drove out of the showroom with your shiny new car, and the first thing you want to do is to customize it to your own liking.

There are plenty of options for getting aftermarket parts: your favorite Shopee/Lazada Racing merchant, your go-to parts dealer, or even the shops found on Banawe/Evangelista.

But nothing beats the peace of mind you get when purchasing the manufacturer’s official accessories, which would guarantee the best fit and compatibility with your vehicle.

Consider adding a new set of wheels to complete the look. PHOTOS FROM MITSUBISHI

This is why Mitsubishi Motors Philippines took the lead and made bodykit accessories for its recently updated Xpander MPV. If you dropped by the automaker’s recent “Life Kyaraban” exhibit, you may have spotted a few of these accessories in the, er, plastic alongside a couple of other beautified Mitsubishis.

And if you’re curious about how much each bit costs, here’s the breakdown:

  • Front air dam – P31,550
  • Side air dam – P31,525
  • Rear air dam – P29,910
  • Tailgate spoiler – P13,440
  • Hood emblem – P4,315

This totals to P110,740, which you’ll add on top of the price tag of your Xpander trim of choice. That’s not a bad price, so we’re expecting customers to fit these to their new MPVs.

Sam Surla

Sam is the youngest member of our editorial team. And he is our managing editor (believe it or not). He specializes in photography and videography, but he also happens to like writing about cars a lot.