If you need a work adaptable car, family practicality and good old fashioned value for money, Mitsubishi claims it has THE pick of the pick-ups. The new Mitsubishi L200 beats its rivals in lots of different areas: it has the lowest emissions, the best fuel economy, it has got the lightest body, it is the most aerodynamic, it has also got the tightest turning circle and it has the highest combined load taking and towing capacity. The new L200 has more leg and head room for the back passengers . Though you may never call it stylish, the interior design is as good as in any pickup.
The L200 comes as standard with Bluetooth & USB connectivity and air conditioning . Mitsubishi has tried to make the new L200 to be as car-like as possible, but remember it is still a work vehicle.
The overall dimensions of the L200 are a little more compact than many of its key rivals, particularly in terms of width. The truck measures in at 5,285mm long and 1,815mm wide. Despite this, it does not give anything away in terms of capacity.
The maximum payload capacity is 1,050kg. Most importantly, it is over the 1,000kg barrier that qualifies pick-ups for lower commercial vehicle company car tax rates. Owners needing to shift more can attach a braked trailer of up to 3,100kg , which allows the L200 achieve a total trailer and payload carrying capacity of 4,090kg, a figure that no rival can match.
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