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June 28, 2024

Everything You Need To Know About The 2025 Mitsubishi Xforce (w/ Specs)

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines has finally revealed the full specs, prices, and variants of the 2025 Xforce compact crossover (you can read our First Drive here or watch our Unboxing here).

As retail sales commence (customer deliveries start on July 5), the Xforce comes in two variants for the local market:
  • 2025 Xforce GLS CVT – P 1,367,000
  • 2025 Xforce GT CVT – P 1,581,000
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)
  • Energetic Yellow Metallic (Xforce GLS and GT)
Both variants of the Xforce comes with a 1.5-liter DOHC 4-cylinder engine. The 4A91 engine produces 104 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 141 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. The sole gearbox is a CVT which has expanded ratios comparable to an 8-speed AT. Furthermore, a built-in logic control automatically “steps down” the ratios during uphill ascents or downhill descents.

Though the Xforce is a front-wheel drive crossover, it does have ample ground clearance (193 mm) and a Drive Mode selector to make short work of light trails. The four Drive Modes—Normal, Wet, Gravel, and Mud—tweaks vehicle parameters including the steering, accelerator responsiveness, and even the behavior of the Active Yaw Control and Traction Control systems.

Niceties such as LED headlights and front fog lights, dual zone climate control with nanoe X, and a 12.3-inch Smartphone-link Display Audio system with wireless Apple CarPlay come in both variants. The 8-speaker Dynamic Sound Yamaha Premium sound system is standard issue too.

That said, the Xforce GLS misses out on luxuries like the synthetic leather seats with heat guard, ambient interior lighting, wireless charger, automatic headlights, and rain-sensing wipers.

The biggest difference between two variants is in the area of safety. The Xforce GLS doesn’t come with automatic headlights, rain-sensing wipers, curtain airbags, rear parking sensors, or any form of ADAS.

The Xforce will hold its first public display at the SM Aura in BGC from July 5 to 7. Test drives will be available on site for those who are interested to try out this new compact crossover.

2025 Mitsubishi Xforce Philippine Specs

2025 Mitsubishi Xforce Dimensions & Weights

  • Overall Length: 4,390 mm
  • Overall Width: 1,810 mm
  • Overall Height: 1,660 mm
  • Wheelbase: 2,650 mm
  • Minimum Ground Clearance: 193 mm
  • Curb Weight: 1,235 kg (1,250 kg for Xforce GT)
  • Gross Vehicle Weight: 1,730 kg
  • Seating: 5
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 42 liters
2025 Mitsubishi Xforce Engine & Transmission
  • Model: 1.5-liter MIVEC DOHC 16V Inline-4 (4A91)
  • Displacement: 1,499 cc
  • Maximum Output: 105 PS @ 6,000 rpm
  • Maximum Torque: 141 Nm @ 4,000 rpm
  • Engine Start/Stop Button
  • Continuously Variable Transmission
  • Adaptive Cruise Control (Xforce GT only)
  • Drive Modes: Normal, Wet, Gravel, Mud
2025 Mitsubishi Xforce Suspension & Brakes
  • Front Suspension: Independent MacPherson Strut
  • Rear Suspension: Torsion Beam Axle
  • Front Brakes: Ventilated Disc
  • Rear Brakes: Disc
  • Anti-lock Braking System with EBD
  • Brake Assist
  • Electronic Parking Brake with Auto Hold
  • Tires: 225/50R18
  • Wheels: Two-Tone 18-inch Alloy
  • Electric Power Steering w/ 3-spoke Leather Wrapped Wheel
  • Steering Wheel-Mounted Controls
2025 Mitsubishi Xforce Exterior Features
  • LED Headlights
  • Automatic Headlights (Xforce GT only)
  • LED Front Fog Lights
  • LED Daytime Running Lights
  • Variable Intermittent Front Wipers (Rain-Sensing for Xforce GT)
  • Power Folding Side View Mirrors
2025 Mitsubishi Xforce Interior Features
  • 6-way Manual Adjust Driver’s Seat
  • 4-way Manual Adjust Front Passenger’s Seat
  • 40/20/40 Split-Fold Rear Seat w/ 8-Step Recline and Full Flat Folding
  • Black/Gray Fabric Seats (Synthetic Leather w/ Heat Guard in Black/Brown for Xforce GT)
  • Under Seat Tray
  • 8-inch LCD Instrument Cluster
  • Dual Zone Climate Control w/ Nanoe X
  • Rear AC Vents
  • Dual Level Cargo Space
  • 12V Accessory Socket
2025 Mitsubishi Xforce Multimedia System
  • 12.3-inch Smartphone Link Display Audio Touchscreen w/ Wireless Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth
  • Wireless Charger (Xforce GT only)
  • USB Ports: Type A x 1, Type C x 1 (Front), Type A x 1, Type C x 1 (Rear)
  • 8-Speaker Dynamic Sound Yamaha Premium
2025 Mitsubishi Xforce Safety Features
  • Dual SRS Airbags
  • Side Airbags
  • Curtain Airbags (Xforce GT only)
  • Front Seatbelts: 3-pt ELR w/ Pretensioner x 2
  • Rear Seatbelts: 3-pt ELR x 3
  • Reverse Camera
  • Rear Proximity Sensors (Xforce GT only)
  • Active Stability and Traction Control
  • Active Yaw Control
  • Hill Start Assist
  • Forward Collision Mitigation System (Xforce GT only)
  • Leading Car Departure Notification (Xforce GT only)
  • Blind Spot Warning System (Xforce GT only)
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert (Xforce GT only)
  • Automatic High Beam (Xforce GT only)
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System (Xforce GT only)


  1. Wow, the base variant isnt bare, but on the other hand the top variant feels lacking. No 360 and no panoramic roof, which is like the “in” right now. Cant wait for the review especially the engine.

  2. What's the difference of ground clearance to minimum ground clearance? Your video states ground clearance at 222mm.

    1. Good question. The stated 193 mm ground clearance is the lowest point of the car including all parts (plastic fenders, protruding exhaust parts, etc.). The 222 mm ground clearance mentioned in the video is the lowest METAL point of the vehicle. It's worth saying that 222 mm is the official global ground clearance of the Xforce.

    2. Thanks sir Uly.

  3. Good luck with your pricing! Next to Triton...overpriced! Sayang tsk tsk tsk

  4. Looks great, but this is priced and specced to compete with the Ford Territory (which is a bigger vehicle that belongs in a different segment). To be competitive, the Mitsubishi Xforce GLS and GT should be priced closer to the Toyota Yaris Cross G and V trims respectively.

  5. What's so special about it that it's priced like that? As far as I can see, it has a lame CVT, a weak engine, and a generic bland design.

  6. Sorry, but this is already overpriced. The Yaris Cross V is even comparable to the XForce GT yet the former is way more affordable than the XForce GLS which has similar specs with the Yaris Cross G. Also, the HR-V S, which has closer price to the GLS has already HONDA SENSING.

    There are other better options out there. You can even purchase a more practical top of the line 7-seater MPV with loaded features, at lower price.

    Again, I apologize for expressing my disappointment with this car.

    1. No apology needed, your just telling the truth😇😇😇

    2. Price is very unreasonable.

  7. Territory, Yaris Cross, Corolla Cross G, HR-V S, Kicks, CX-3, Creta, Tucson Gas, etc. entered the group....

    ....then, there's more....

    ..... Xpander, Xpander Cross, BR-V, Stargazer, Stargazer, etc.

    Sorry XForce...

  8. Is this the infamous Jatco CVT used?

  9. Manual transmission please 🙏...

  10. The CVT is made by AISIN and not JATCO

  11. I like the latest technical Specs for Misubishi XForce. Yaris Cross accordingly is manufactured by Daewoo same with Rush. Raize and Wigo!


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