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Mitsubishi’s ‘Reimagine Your Ride Test Drive’ tour goes to Cebu and Davao

Experience the carmaker’s latest offerings in the metal

Just because the Xpander isn't an SUV doesn't mean it can't handle rough terrain like the Montero and the Strada. PHOTO FROM MITSUBISHI

Having just held its ‘Life Kyaraban‘ in Metro Manila, Mitsubishi is heading down south with its “Reimagine Your Ride Test Drive,” which will be held from June 24-26 at SM Seaside City Cebu (lower ground floor, Mountain Wing Atrium, Block 5 open parking lot), and from July 15-17 at SM Lanang Premier Davao (upper ground floor, Mall Atrium and Parking D).

Mitsubishi didn't mind shaking things up with its 'Reimagine Your Ride Test Drive' in Metro Manila. PHOTO FROM MITSUBISHI

Aside from being able to test-drive the latest models, visitors will get freebies. For each venue, limited-edition Kool Cloud Water Bottles will be given to the first 150 registrants on Mitsubishi’s website.

All guests will get Caltex SavePlus Cards, while those who book on-site are entitled to win a car care package from Sonax, Little Trees, CTEK, Prestone, or PIAA. There’s also something in store for off-roaders as Concept One and Black Rhino will have their own display.

This obstacle course looks a lot tougher than a driver's license test. PHOTO FROM MITSUBISHI

“When we launched the new Xpander a month ago, it doubled as an opportunity for us to reawaken the love of Filipinos for adventure and road trips through this ride-and-drive series,” said Takeshi Hara, president and CEO of MMPC. “And as promised, we wish for those who are outside of Metro Manila residing in Visayas and Mindanao to experience it for themselves physically, and not just through a screen. We are not stopping here. Watch out for us to come to your city soon.”

If you’d like to try out Mitsubishi’s latest cars, you can register through these links for Cebu and Davao. For more information, you may visit the automaker’s website.

Leandro Mangubat

Leandro is our staff writer. Although having a background in mechanical engineering, he enjoys photography and writing more.