- No deposit on the Eclipse Cross
- No deposit on the Pajero Sport
- No deposit on the Pajero LWB
“We realise that many customers who are looking for a new vehicle, are still unsure about the future,” says Nic Campbell, General Manager of Mitsubishi Motors South Africa (MMSA). “Value for money is one of MMSA’s core values, and with the restart after the long stay at home the focus is on giving customers the best value possible in these difficult times.”
MMSA has also absorbed a price increase due to the depreciating value of the South African currency to provide even more assistance to customers.
Eclipse Cross 2.0 GLS CVT AWD: No deposit, 72 months to pay
The compact Eclipse Cross, which is proving to be a popular choice for younger families, single professionals, young men and women at the start of their careers as well as students, is offered with no deposit and a linked interest rate of just 5,41%.
“This means buyers can get behind the wheel of this compact SUV for only R5 566 per month,” says Campbell, adding that the list price of R449 995 has not increased because of the lower value of the rand.
Pajero Sport: No deposit, 72 months to pay
The Pajero Sport 2.4L 4x2 Automatic, 4x4 Automatic and the 2.4L 4x4 Automatic Shogun, priced at R589 995, R639 995 and 659 995 respectively, are all available without a deposit, 72 months to pay and a balloon payment of 35%, making the range even more affordable.
Known for its decades of off-road expertise, including a 12-year reign in the Dakar Rally, including 7 consecutive victories on African soil, the latest Pajero Sport offers cutting-edge technology with urban agility and off-road prowess.
The price of this versatile 4WD family SUV has also not increased because of currency fluctuation and offer outstanding value for money even without a deposit.
The legendary Pajero LWB is an SUV made for family adventures and proudly holds its title as king of the road and the great outdoors.
This flagship in the Pajero stable offers a full house of technology and luxury spec, including its powerful 3.2-litre 16-valve intercooled turbo-diesel engine offering 140 kW and a massive 441 Nm of torque.
The Pajero LWB with no deposit, 72 months to pay and a 35% balloon payment comes in at an unchanged R799 995 and R10 008 per month.
“This range of trusted Mitsubishi vehicles in the MMSA stable have retained their price in these difficult times but improved its value for money in spite of the exchange rate, rising prices and difficult economic outlook,” says Campbell.
Mitsubishi Motors South Africa also highlighted the company’s lockdown outreach together with the SANZAAR Rugby Referees Jaco Peyper, Rasta Rashivenga and Junior Springbok assistant coach Bafana Nhleko who embarked on community feeding projects earlier this month as part of “The Pebbles Project” and the Rainbow Republic Rugby Programme.
“Our aim was to reach community members in need with a small food parcel during this time. A small donation from us can make a world of difference to families in need, especially when children can go to sleep with a full tummy,” commented Campbell.
- Following the publication of a Government Gazette detailing directives, MMSA dealerships are open for business. Find your local dealer on our website at www.mitsubishi-motors.co.za