Mitsubishi L200 Car Review | Mitsubishi L200 2.5 | Mitsubishi Luxury Pick Ups | Mitsubishi L200 Car Price

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Mitsubishi L200

Mitsubishi L200

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Luxury are a popular choice with looking for the versatility of a commercial with the comfort and convenience of a car.

The Mitsubishi L200 has the UK pick-up market since and continues to sell in huge despite the partial closure of a tax which meant company car could run one while paying little tax.

So, is the Mitsubishi Warrior a flash builder#8217;s or a comfy family wagon?

1. 8/10

There are few cars divide opinion like the Some love the Tonka Toy while others find it and ugly. Inspired by the Paris-Dakar Pajero Evolution, the L200 draws attraction, with men and commenting or complimenting on the big pick-up.

The Warrior gets plenty of in the shape of 17 inch alloy and chrome side steps, mirrors and roll bars.

2. inside 7/10

The interior its commercial vehicle roots. it may be, but the plastic dash, door and centre console look they#8217;ll stand up to a lot of abuse. not buying an L200 for sumptuous #8211; rugged charm is the of the day. Far better are the leather which carry the Warrior

There#8217;s plenty of space in the and legroom which puts so-called family cars to

3. Practicality 7/10

Strangely the isn#8217;t as practical as we had hoped. an impending house move, it was into service to move but the load bed#8217;s optional tonneau cover prevented objects being carried. was no obvious way to remove it, either. it can keep tools out of sight, the two locks would be no challenge to a thief.

Another frustration with the lack of central locking for the which had to be opened before the could be lowered. The optional utility tops#8217; can make the look more like a and should be cavernous enough to loads of gear into. In the there were several to store odds and ends.

4. and Handling 6/10

Antiquated leaf-spring suspension the L200 to carry heavy (more than 2.3 tonnes), but little to improve the handling or Here more than else, the Warrior reveals its humble underpinnings.

In the wet, we to shift it into four drive mode, as the rear end had a to slide when pulling a fast moving road a side turning. The ride was and bouncy, and was quite comfortable. comfy was the engine noise and at speed.

5. Performance 6/10

Our test car seemed quicker its 17.8 second 0-60mph would indicate. Only the hardened van driver would be enough to verify the 103mph top The 134bhp engine had a fair of pulling power, which overtaking a painless affair.

We#8217;ve driven the previous L200 off-road, where it excellently. There#8217;s very difference in performance in two or four drive modes, and the driver can between configurations at up to 60mph.

6. Costs 8/10

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Mitsubishi 29.7mpg for our automatic Warrior, 32.8mpg for the manual. That#8217;s not considering it’s a 1.8 tonne Depreciation is better than pick-up trucks, due to its desirability image-conscious dudes, although models are trading a few thousand the new list price.

Servicing is year or 12,500 miles, there#8217;s a hefty 3 year/100,000 warranty, 12-year corrosion and a three year European cover.

7. Reliability 9/10

have been no concerns reliability as yet, and mechanically and it looks like it could a nuclear assault. Even from two and four wheel modes is refreshingly mechanical, than relying on a complex system

8. Safety 8/10

With suspect handling, Mitsubishi has several different systems to the wheels pointing downwards and the skywards. ASTC combines control and traction control to grip, and ABS with brake distribution helps to prevent The braking system adapts on the weight of the load carried.

features of the range include and passenger airbag (complete passenger side deactivation collapsible steering column and child seat brackets on the Double Cab versions. Mitsubishi the L200 will be the first one pick-up to achieve a four EuroNCAP rating.

9. Equipment

Everything barring satellite The Warrior comes with control, a CD player, remote locking, electric windows all electric mirrors, a trip tinted glass, 17 inch wheels, side steps and of chrome paraphernalia. The only we missed was some sort of locking for the tonneau cover

10. 9/10

The L200 Warrior is cool, and can make the occupants like the A-Team. The shortcomings in its performance and handling are also of its charm #8211; the L200 is a to be used and abused, not polished.

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