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Friday, September 16, 2022

PIMS: Mitsubishi Motors PH Brings Back Ralliart (w/ Video)


Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) is bringing the fun back into its DNA with the return of the Ralliart brand after an almost 12-year absence.

Available starting with the Montero Sport Black Series and the Strada GLS, the Ralliart trim visually communicates three key values—high performance, durable, and tough. These values helped Mitsubishi win some of the world’s toughest rally championships.

Today, the revived Ralliart is all about providing excitement and pride that only owners of Mitsubishi vehicles can experience.




With the Strada GLS Ralliart, priced at P 1,429,000, it pays tribute to Mitsubishi’s rich rally heritage and for that comes with:
  • Ralliart Front Under Garnish
  • Ralliart Mud Flaps
  • Ralliart Side Decals
  • Ralliart Bed Liner
  • Ralliart Floor Mats
Meanwhile, the Montero Sport Black Series Ralliart, priced at P 2,122,000, bears a sportier and more imposing presence while maintain its classy stature as their mid-sized SUV. It comes with:
  • Ralliart Front Under Garnish
  • Ralliart Rear Under Garnish
  • Ralliart Mud Flaps
  • Ralliart Side Decals
Both the Strada GLS Ralliart and the Montero Sport Black Series Ralliart comes in two colors: Jet Black Mica and White Diamond. White Diamond commands a P 15,000 premium.




Further pushing the Ralliart brand’s return, MMPC featured the Strada Rally Car. Serving as the carmaker’s entry at the 27th Asia Cross Country Rally or AXCR happening this November 21 to 26, it’s considered to be the toughest rally competition in Asia. The course starts from Buriram, Thailand and finishes in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The 2,000-kilometer cross-country rally races through the natural terrains of Southeast Asia.

MMPC says this is just the beginning for the Ralliart brand with plans to expand their offering to more vehicles in the near future.

10 comments:

  1. Even worse than expected. I knew it was going to be a sticker pack, but I am surprised the sticker pack is based on the mid trim 4x2 models, not the 4x4. Even Toyota limits the GR stickers for the 4x4 or top trims, which atleast makes a bit more sense.

    "...plans to *expand* their offering to more vehicles" I guess this is next

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    1. And I am happy to know that I am planning to buy a fully loaded 2023 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV because I love how Mitsubishi brought back the Ralliart brand and more.

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  2. Compared to its Toyota counterpart which is the GR-S edition brand, RALLIART takes advantage of the brand to charge an additional premium without giving much in return. No performance or mechanical difference vs the regular black series and Strada GLS

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    1. GR-S is also mostly cosmetic.....but "GR" only, like GR Yaris, GR86, are the trim lines with performance minded upgrades

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  3. Maybe its just only REALLY AN ART🤣🤣🤣

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    1. But in order to stop spreading claims without references, We must report Kuchi 888 to Sir Uly or to Blogger by flagging his comments misleading.

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  4. Affordable and sporty!Great work by Mitsubishi

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    1. Simple suggestion: don't feed the troll then. Either that, or I'll just remove the comments section.

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    2. Thanks sir Uly for giving a warning to Kuchi 888...

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    3. It's a warning for everyone to behave.

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