MMPC recently introduced the Xpander Cross Outdoor Edition, expanding their range of vehicles in the Philippines.
The Xpander Cross Outdoor Edition has been added to MMPC’s lineup in the Philippines, demonstrating the company’s commitment to providing a diverse range of vehicles in the local market.
MMPC announced on Monday that the vehicle will have a limited release, with only 300 units available for purchase from all dealerships starting on Oct. 1.
The Xpander Cross SUV, offered in a limited edition, has a price of P1.363 million.
MMPC reports that the Xpander Cross Outdoor Edition includes fresh exterior additions like a spoiler for the tailgate, garnish for the tailgate, mudguards, and a rear bumper guard.
The car manufacturer announced the addition of a new color choice, Green Bronze Metallic, exclusively for the outdoor edition.
MMPC stated that the Xpander Cross limited edition embodies a tough SUV aesthetic, departing from the typical multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) style.
The MMPC announced that the latest version of the Xpander, the Cross variant, is geared towards people who lead an active lifestyle.
According to MMPC, this vehicle is specifically designed to cater to your active family lifestyle, whether you’re embarking on a spontaneous camping trip or a planned family outing.
At this time, MMPC collaborated with Ogawa, a Japanese outdoor brand, to create special accessories only available for the Xpander Cross Outdoor Edition.
Ogawa offers a variety of special accessories, such as a side tarp tent, two folding camping chairs with a convenient travel case, and an adjustable mesh table with a portable carrying bag. These accessories are included with the purchase of each vehicle.
MMPC said that this dynamic vehicle is perfect for modern families who have a taste for adventure. It can accommodate both the husband and wife as drivers, and offers a one-of-a-kind driving and outdoor experience on the weekends.
In August, data from the industry indicated that MMPC had sold 50,439 units, representing a 67% increase from the 30,207 units sold in the same period last year.
MMPC sold enough cars in eight months to hold a market share of 18.26%, making them the second highest-selling car brand.