Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Mitsubishi Montero Sport Head to Head Drive Challenge Heads to Cebu

After the successful Davao leg of the first ever Mitsubishi Montero Sport Head to Head Test Drive Challenge, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corp. (MMPC) is pleased to announce that it will be bringing this one of a kind test drive event to the Queen City of the South – Cebu.

From June 25 to 26, 2016, MMPC invites all Cebuanos to take the opportunity to test drive the all new Montero Sport and other competitive brands and see for themselves which among the available SUVs in the market is the best. This event will be held at the open parking of SM City Cebu (North Reclamation Area, Cebu City 6000, Metro Cebu) from 10am to 6pm.

This test drive event is a great opportunity for customers to test drive the all new Montero Sport and the competition. Customers who are in the lookout for an SUV will now be able to personally experience and compare the class leading features of the Montero Sport versus competitive models and experience for themselves why the all new Montero Sport got all praises from the media test. Customer who’s interested to join the test drive event just needs to present his/her valid driver’s license. A test drive course will be laid out to specifically demonstrate the Montero Sport’s power, suspension, maneuverability and riding comfort among others and at the same customers will get the chance to compare its performance versus other midsize SUVs in the market.

 This test drive event will help customers decide which SUV will best cater for his/her requirement. Exciting freebies and exclusive discounts will be given to all customers who will dare to take the test drive challenge.


  1. Mitsubishi buyers should think thrice before buying Montero. Mitsubishi is already bought by Nissan is on the verge of collapse. It should have been bankrupt long long time ago had it not cheated customers on the fuel consumption of its cars. Now the truth comes out and it will lose billions from this scandal. Thus inevitably, they ask Nissan to buy them out as a saving grace.

    As for the small displacement Montero, it will soon ride into the sunset of oblivion.
    The name plate will be rebadge as Pathfinder to give nissan an entry into the PPV category. It will utilise the Navarra's very weak ladder frame and softly suspension, making the Pathfinder a softroder good for city drivers only.

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  3. Our next is Cabanatuan City