We’ve had people asking if the facelifted Strada is coming to the Philippines any moment soon over the past months, since Mitsubishi teases the internet with a silhouette of a pickup truck. There really isn’t much info so we couldn’t answer directly. This time, we can say that things are now clear – it’s going to come, soon.
Here’s something big for Mitsubishi fans out there – there is now a live microsite for the new Strada pickup truck and you can register to it and get notified. Because of this teaser microsite, it is pretty obvious that the new Strada is coming to the Philippines. It’s just a matter of asking the question “when exactly is it coming?”.
The microsite only shows a clear picture of the Strada, but other than that, no specific details were made clear. But, if you want to be first on receiving any news about the Strada’s arrival to the Philippines, then you should register to to the microsite to ensure that you’ll get direct updates from Mitsubishi Motors Philippine Corporation (MMPC).
Last September, the internet saw what looked like Mitsubishi’s ace in the midsize pickup segment. The teaser showed the truck’s headlight and the tri-diamond emblem. The world wide web was quick to pick the message up and news about the new Strada circulated online. The hype was built again for the Japanese car manufacturer, similar to what went down during the teaser days of the Xpander.
The facelifted Strada is expected to catch up with the latest iterations of its rivals in the midsize pickup truck segment. The Japanese midsize pickup promises modernized and up-to-date exterior detailing and technological features. It carries on its fascia the latest Dynamic Shield design from Mitsubishi, similar to what the Montero Sport and Xpander have. There are slim DRLs atop the C-shaped chrome accents on the grille, while a set of headlights highlight the front bumper – an unconventional way of designing a car exterior.
Visit newstrada.mmpc.ph and sign up to get the latest stories and updates about the upcoming Mitsubishi pickup truck. You may also log in using the account you made for the Xpander microsite – if you have one.
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