Mitsubishi Diamond Days sale brings seven-year warranty

Mitsubishi buyers who missed out on end-of-financial year sales have another chance to score a bargain on selected ute and SUV variants

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Mitsubishi has kicked off its annual Diamond Days sale that brings sharp driveaway pricing, a seven-year warranty, free servicing and up to $2000 worth of freebies to selected SUV and Triton Ute variants.

Triton buyers in particular will benefit most, with most dual-cab variants gaining a $1500 worth of genuine accessories, with the family-friendly Exceed 4WD Auto coming with $2000 worth of extra kit.

The deal, which also includes 4WD manual versions of the Triton GLX, GLX+, and manual/auto 4WD GLS and Blackline, also includes a seven-year warranty and two-years free scheduled servicing on top of driveaway pricing.

The extended warranty and free scheduled servicing also applies to entry-level SUV variants, with the Pajero GLX and Pajero Sport GLX also gaining $1500 worth of accessories, with that number reducing gradually for the Outlander ES 2WD manual ($1000) and LS versions of the ASX and Eclipse Sport ($750).

The seven-year warranty adds two years and 50,000km to Mitsubishi’s standard five-year/100,000km period, while the free servicing will occur at 15,000km/12-month and 30,000km/24-month intervals.

Diamond Days offers do not extend to other Mitsubishi models and variants not mentioned above, including the upper-spec SUVs, Lancer, Mirage and Outlander PHEV.

The Mitsubishi Diamond Days sale ends on August 19.


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