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Mitsubishi Motors Canada Goes One Step Further: Dealer Invoice + $500 Rebate For Health Professionals.

Health Care workers can’t stay home so they deserve an incredible deal on a new vehicle: Mitsubishi Canada.


  • Mitsubishi is serious about thanking Canadian health care workers.

  • It’s dealer invoice + $500 rebate + all other applicable incentives = A great deal.

  • Program will last until November 30th.


This “Thank You” rebate will go a long way, we think. While we keep bringing you stories of car makers stepping up to help consumers as a whole, many are also focusing on our precious health care workers by providing with extra-special deals and rebates. The latest trend involves dealer invoice pricing for medical staff when considering a new vehicle. Mitsubishi Canada will subtract an extra $500 bonus rebate on top of everything else.

This is quite the deal. The winners are obviously the health care providers as carmakers are clearly vying for their attention. The extra step, the $500 “Thank You” rebate, is a feel-good gesture on behalf of Mitsubishi and could be enough to persuade many to head to their showrooms – we admit it almost seems like a true personal “thank you.”

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross | Photo: Mitsubishi

Juyu Jeon, aka JJ, president, and CEO, Mitsubishi Motors Canada, said: “We greatly value all that our healthcare heroes do and are pleased to offer exclusive invoice pricing plus our First Responder Rebate to a wide list of health care professionals. This is a small way to say thank you and to simplify the buying process to all those who keep us safe.”

This deal is in addition to these other programs available to First Responders and all Canadians:

  • Financial deferment on new vehicle purchases of up to 180 days
  • Financial relief deferment payments on existing Mitsubishi vehicles for those in need
  • Lease Extensions up until May 31, 2020

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Matt St-Pierre
Trained as an Automotive Technician, Matt has two decades of automotive journalism under his belt. He’s done TV, radio, print and this thing called the internet. He’s an avid collector of many 4-wheeled things, all of them under 1,500 kg, holds a recently expired racing license and is a father of two. Life is beautiful. Send Matt an emai

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