2018 Mitsubishi Expander Specs And News
Despite continuing the continuing trend of versatile vehicles to be phased out to make room for utility crossover vehicles, Mitsubishi maintains its footing in this segment. In fact, the Nissan automaker has recently taken the packaging of a new model. Curiously, it still has no name. “The next generation of MPV crossover” is like Mitsubishi refers to the newcomer, with the official name expected to be made public at the Gaikindo International Auto Show Indonesia 2017. Let me repeat that: Mitsubishi maintains the name of the carrier 10 August All, many reports from Japan and Indonesia refer to the MPV crossover in 2018 Mitsubishi Expander. From a visual point of view, Mitsubishi has not made too many modifications to the exterior design of the XM concept presented at Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show last year.
And the teaser design, but the concepts that have been seen fully confirm that the 2018 Mitsubishi Expander SUV will have a new dynamic front shield. In fact, the complete exterior design points to the new models of the Mitsubishi model line. With a length of 4475 mm, 1750 mm wide and 1700 mm high, this new SUV offers space for 6 or 7 passengers. The X and M codes of the concept are clearly indicated in the characteristics of the crossed vehicles and MPV. Compared to the concepts so far, the Mitsubishi 2018 expander will have a lot of detached look and a reduced interior and a modified platform.
Length 4,475 mm, 1,750 mm wide and a height of 20,5 centimeters turn, the 2018 Mitsubishi Expander tentatively comes with seven seats as standard. A replacement of the Freeca and Zinger, a versatile vehicle hides a 1.5 liter four-cylinder fuel behind the front grille of the dynamic shield. Available only with front-wheel drive, the 2018 Mitsubishi Expander comes with a choice of two transmissions: a five-speed manual or automatic four speed inspired kei cars.
2018 Mitsubishi Expander could be offered in Japan and Europe. Other markets are not mentioned, although it is still early. As for Asia, the 2018 Mitsubishi Expander SUV could replace Nissan Grand Livina. This means that the model will also be available with the Nissan label.