Friday 8 December 2023

MMKSI has sold more than 5500 Mitsubishi XForce units, delivery is speeding up


Around 5000 units of the Mitsubishi

Tsuchida, on the sidelines of the XForce Infinite XcitementMedia Adventure 2023 event, said that of that number, MMKSI had sent almost 1000 units until last November.

“There are already 5500 units (sold). Deliveries to consumers today are probably 1000 units,” explained Tsuchida.

The number of orders for the Mitsubishi

Tsuchida on several occasions in August and September said he was optimistic that he could sell 10,000 units of XForce in Indonesia by the end of 2023.

Meanwhile, at the first delivery ceremony of got more orders after starting to hit the streets of Indonesia.

Kurita said he would allocate 1000 XForce units to be displayed at dealers and used for promotional purposes, including test drives.

At the same time he also said that he would send 3000 XForce units to buyers in the last two months of 2023 and starting in 2024 he would be able to send 2000 units per month.

The Mitsubishi Factory in Karawang, West Java which is operated by PT Mitsubishi Motors Krama Yudha Indonesia (MMKI) can produce 30005000 XForce units per month.

However, in Semarang Tsuchida said he was optimistic that the Mitsubishi XForce would continue to attract buyers and more consumers would receive their ordered cars before 2023 ended.

Mitsubishi XForce was launched at GIIAS 2023, last August, in two types: namely Exceed and Ultimate which are the most luxurious variants. Prices for the Mitsubishi XForce start from IDR 379.9 million for the Exceed variant and IDR 412.9 million for the Ultimate.

Shortly after the launch, MMKSI said that the most expensive variant of the XForce was very popular with Indonesian consumers, especially women thanks to its elegant design and comfortable and sophisticated interior.

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