It is no secret that given recent global events people are a bit tired of not being able to be active and get outdoors. One of Mitsubishi 3 Corporate principles is corporate responsibility to society. The broad definition of this principle is to strive to enrich society, both materially and spiritually, while contributing towards the preservation of the global environment.
This presented a unique opportunity for CMH Mitsubishi Westrand to not only promote the business but also fulfil this responsibility by sponsoring an annual event at Randpark Club called the Festival of Golf. 2020 marked Randpark Clubs 80th birthday, which made this event all the more prestigious. With over 2300 attendees expected, it was also presented an opportunity to display some of Mitsubishi’s best vehicles on offer currently.
The Mitsubishi Triton
It was originally known as the Mitsubishi Fortein Japan from 1978 to 1986 when the name was discontinued as the pickup was not sold in its home market for a while. In export markets the name L200 is used though it is also known as the Rodeo, Colt, Storm, Magnum, L200 Strakar. The Triton achieved great success locally, and we saw it fitting to display this vehicle at the festival given its rich history.
The Eclipse Cross
While the Eclipse Cross may be a newcomer in the range of Mitsubishi’s, it is definitely a favourite in the market. Introduced at the 87th Geneva Motor Show, this vehicle is one of Mitsubishi’s offers in the highly contested SUV/Crossover market. The Eclipse Cross won RCJ Car of the year in 2109, a competition run by the Automotive Researchers & Journalists Conference of Japan.
Mitsubishi has also sponsored prizes for the event, which have been given out to all the top performing players at the festival. We encourage everyone to join us this weekend to view The Triton and The Eclipse Cross and participate in the event.