Mitsubishi Is Offering the New XPANDER CROSS
Mitsubishi is adding the XPANDER CROSS to its XPANDER lineup. This new crossover MPV first went on sale in Indonesia on November 13th and will launch in different ASEAN markets at a later date.
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Features of the XPANDER CROSS
The family-friendly XPANDER CROSS has a stylish exterior along with a versatile and comfortable cabin. The crossover MPV sits at the top of the XPANDER lineup and provides the practical and rugged features desired by drivers in ASEAN.
The exterior of the vehicle has the most recent version of the Dynamic Shield, which has a geometric design. The lower bumper has a skid plate design to add to the bold look. Plus, the headlamps and front fog lamps include LED lights for improved visibility.
The XPANDER CROSS incorporates SUV styling into the exterior with black wide wheel arches, 17-inch alloy wheels, and door garnishes. There are also silver-colored roof rails, a larger skid plate on the lower area of the rear bumper, and a piano black tailgate garnish located beneath the rear window.
You can select between the new Sunrise Orange metallic or Graphite Gray metallic colors for the exterior. Along with having a dynamic exterior, the crossover MPV also offers best-in-class ground clearance so that it can handle rough terrains.
Inside the XPANDER CROSS, vibration-blocking and sound-absorbing material keep the area quiet. The 1.5-liter petrol engine is also relatively quiet as well as fuel-efficient.
Up to seven passengers can sit in the cabin, which has best-in-class interior space. The second-row seat has room for three passengers and can fold down so that passengers can reach the third row more easily. The second row has a 60/40 split, while the third row has a 50/50 split.
Other interior features include cubby holes, high-contrast color instrument panel meters, steering wheel with tilt and telescopic adjustment, Cruise Control, and best-in-class air conditioning.
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Currently, the XPANDER lineup is not offered in the U.S., though there’s always hope that Mitsubishi will launch it here in the future.