Word reaches me that Mitsubishi Motors’ L200 pick-up (or ‘ute’ as my Aussie readers like to call them) now comes in the
Biglorryblog also learns that the pick-up market has seen phenomenal growth in the last decade and much of that can be attributed to the continued success of the L200, and its commercial models. Despite the current market conditions, the L200 has been selling in impressive numbers and still continues to be a top choice amongst pick-up customers.
The Mitsubishi L200 provides the most versatile range in the marketplace offering three cab configurations - single, club, and double – with a wide spectrum of specifications, from the no-nonsense workmanlike 4Work models, presenting durability and functionality, through to the comfort and luxury of the range topping ‘Barbarian’ and ‘Walkinshaw’ models.
According to Mitsubishi: “The first pick-up truck to receive a 4* NCAP safety rating, the L200 is also the only pick-up truck which has a 4x4 system so advanced that it can be driven in 2WD or 4WD, even on dry roads! The Mitsubishi L200 remains just as rugged as ever, but with more equipment, more style, greater performance and more power. Being rugged doesn’t mean the L200 isn’t without an environmental conscience either, with detailed improvements being made to the truck allow it to be one of the lowest emitting and fuel-efficient pick-ups in the market-place.” Meanwhile Mitsubishi Motors UK boss Lance Bradley tells me: ”Warranty cover for five years or 125,000 miles gives buyers of the Mitsubishi L200 peace of mind for longer than any other pick-up in the
Five years or 125,000 miles? I think that rather leaves out the Mighty Multipla which is now 10 years old and has 156,000 miles on the clock---though it's still going strong!