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2022 Mitsubishi Express
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2022 Mitsubishi Express Pricing and Specs

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$39,040*

The Mitsubishi Express 2022 prices range from $39,040 for the basic trim level Commercial Express GLX SWB to $46,540 for the top of the range Commercial Express Glx+ LWB (multimedia/Navi).

The Mitsubishi Express 2022 is available in Diesel. Engine sizes and transmissions vary from the Commercial 1.6L 6 SP Manual to the Commercial 2.0L 6 SP Auto Dual Clutch.

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Commercial

Mitsubishi Express Models SPECS PRICE
GLX LWB 1.6LDiesel6 speed manual $41,040
GLX LWB (multimedia/Navi) 2.0LDiesel6 speed dual-clutch automatic $46,040
GLX SWB 1.6LDiesel6 speed manual $39,040
GLX SWB (multimedia/Navi) 2.0LDiesel6 speed dual-clutch automatic $44,040
Glx+ LWB (multimedia/Navi) 2.0LDiesel6 speed dual-clutch automatic $46,540
Glx+ LWB Tailgate (m.med/Navi) 2.0LDiesel6 speed dual-clutch automatic $46,540

Mitsubishi Express 2022 FAQs

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  • I am looking for a used van... do you have any recommendations?

    Rather than concentrate on a particular brand, the best advice is to find a vehicle with a full service history and signs that it has lived an easy life. Too often, commercial vehicles like vans are bought by their first owner and used and abused. They’re nearly always purchased with a job in mind, and that job can often wreck them or at least shorten their lives.

    Sometimes, the down-time associated with proper servicing means that maintenance is skipped, other times the sheer weight of the cargo being carried puts a lot of strain on mechanical components. A van that has been used by, say, a pool chemical company might have been exposed to highly corrosive chemicals every day of its life and could be hiding lots of rust. Even a florist’s van might have every nook and cranny filled with potting mix, waiting to become damp and start the rusting process.

    Another good idea is to buy a van that has already been converted to a camper. This conversion is not an inexpensive process, so letting the previous owner spend the money is a terrific concept. Keep an eye on the classifieds for a van that has done a tour of duty with a grey nomad or van-lifer, and is now up for sale as the owner moves on to something new.

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  • Recourse for private sale?

    It's all bad news I'm afraid. With a private seller you have no comeback.

    All you can do is to ask the seller to refund your money, or maybe cover the cost of the repairs. If he wasn't aware that the RWC was out of date he might be honest enough to help you out.

    You could also consider taking him to VCAT, the Victorian small claims tribunal on the basis that he misrepresented the vehicle to you.

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  • Ask Smithy Xtra overdrive button

    Get it up to speed to get into top gear, and then operate the button. You should see or hear the revs rise, or fall when the button is pressed again and the overdrive gear re-engaged.

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