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May 21, 2024

Are These The Variants, Colors, And Prices Of The 2025 Mitsubishi Xforce?


As Mitsubishi Motors Philippines ramps up its activities leading up to the launch of the Xforce, we finally have some idea as the number of variants, colors, and surprisingly, prices of the new 5-seater crossover SUV.

A trusted source says the 2025 Xforce (yes, it will officially be designated as a 2025 model) will come in two variants—the Xforce GLS and the Xforce GT.

In both cases, it will use the 4A91 engine. Shared with the Xpander, this 1.5-liter DOHC 4-cylinder engine produces 104 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 141 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. The sole gearbox for the local market? A Continuously Variable Transmission or CVT driving the front wheels.

Regardless of variant, the Xforce adopts the “Silky & Solid” design concept that results in a stylish yet powerful SUV design that combines elegance and robustness. Key features include a top-class ground clearance of 222 mm with standard 18-inch alloy wheels with 225/50R18 tires to enhance its handling.

A total of four colors will be made available for the Philippine market, all sporting a black roof: Blade Silver (Xforce GLS only), Graphite Gray Metallic (Xforce GLS and GT), Quartz Pearl White (Xforce GLS and GT), and Energetic Yellow Metallic (Xforce GLS and GT).

The Philippine spec model will benefit from niceties such as LED headlights and front fog lights, dual zone climate control, and a Smartphone-link Display Audio system with wireless Apple CarPlay. On the top-of-the-line Xforce GT, audiophiles will revel in the segment-first Dynamic Sound Yamaha Premium sound system with eight speakers.

Now comes the most important part: the price. According to our source, the 2025 Mitsubishi Xforce will start at P 1,367,000 for the Xforce GLS and will top out at P 1,581,000 for the Xforce GT.

24 comments:

  1. Yaris cross and corolla cross beaten black n blue chinese counterparts, the arrival of xforce the final nail on the coffin. China car brands here now beaten by japz on techs, and price almost the same. bye bye low quality china cars brands...😔😔😔

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    1. Good riddance to chinese cars.

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  2. With these prices, the Xforce will suffer the same fate as the ASX here in the Philippines. Mitsubishi messed up the Triton (how many do you actually see around?) and now this. Disappointing considering this is actually the first decent looking Mitsubishi in the past decade.

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    1. It doesn't have a 360 camera and hybrid for its 1.6m price. Yaris Cross is way better value for money.

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    2. Hybrid battery replacement of the DNGA Yaris Cross is very expensive (300,000 Pesos)..Not worth buying!
      Mitsubishi XForce is much more reliable and easier to maintain

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    3. the triton was released this year btw,.what do you expect? selling like hotcakes?

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  3. The X-Force GLS variant definitely the best seller. As expected Mitsubishi tactics of providing huge Discount would make this GLS the volume seller for the Diamond brand. This would strengthen Mitsubishi number 2 position in the sales chart.

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  4. Can't believe I'm going to say this but the Yaris Cross is a much better value than this 104hp bare bones car. At least toyota is trying now to include features, Mitsubishi is just plain toying with the market with the ancient mirage 4speed at of xpander and now this.

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    1. DNGA Yaris Cross is less safer,less refined (poor NVH and poor ride quality) and got very low ground clearance.
      Mitsubishi XForce is much safer,more refined,better looking and got much better ground clearance than the DNGA Yaris Cross.

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    2. Wow you must be a part of the development team because you basically described how it drives prior to the release date. Im basing my perception from the spec sheet which obviously the xforce can't compete with the yaris cross. Bragging about high ground clearance for a city run about suv wow again!

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  5. Seems like it's just like a Xpander with a different body.

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  6. Got me excited for a while. Read 'bout the price....it's a no. A big NO.

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    1. Naku po. Mahirap talaga pag walang pera. Hahayz

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  7. That's pricey for a crossover built on a pretty old yet low-cost Xpander platform, typical Mitsubishi Motors PH, but I don't mind, cars should eventually be more expensive to entice people to use public transportation and alternative transportation, once everything is set from trains, buses, PUJs.

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    1. People are still gonna buy the Mitsubishi XForce as its newer and better than the competition.

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  8. 1.3M yaris cross V has toyota safety sense, 360 cam, front n back sensors, 6 airbags, blind spot monitor, rear cross traffic alert, wireless charging, wireless apple car play n android auto, power driver, power rear door with kick sensor n more...

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    1. Biggest selling points of the Mitsubishi XForce are its class leading high ground clearance,better NVH,better ride quality,much more safer body structure and better engine performance
      Filipinos highly trust the Mitsubishi brand that's why the Xpander oldsold the Avanza and Veloz by huge numbers in the Philippine market

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    2. As if you have already test drive the xforce🤣🤣🤣. Xpander no. 1 mpv bcoz they add the to total xpander sales the sales of xpander cross. Avanza and veloz they report sales separately, if avanza n veloz sales will be combined they beat the sales of xpander n xpander cross.

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  9. High price will kill it. But buyers will just buy the Xpander instead of XForce.

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    1. People are still gonna buy it as it's well refined new class leading SUV from Mitsubishi

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  10. Almost all of the comments have a pr reply maybe by a Mitsubishi rep or somebody working for them. It is too obvious. Next time make the replies more natural and less ai generated. Anyway the xforce is simply too expensive for what it is. Too bare the chinese and toyota will eat this alive. This will gobyhe same fate as the ASX, a car most ofbus doesn't even know existed.

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  11. i would rather buy the battle tested TNGA 1.5M corolla cross hybrid, its better in all aspects than unknown xforce. Next mont may bawas pa presyo hybrids.

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  12. I'd rather buy either the Triton or the Xpander. Bigger body or more seats compared to the XForce.

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  13. Stop bragging about high ground clearance because that usually means a very small cabin space

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