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Mitsubishi L200

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The Mitsubishi is a compact pickup truck by Mitsubishi Motors. It was originally as the Mitsubishi Forte in Japan 1978 to 1986, when the was discontinued as the pickup was not sold in its market for a while.

It returned to in 1991 as the Strada . In the United two captive imports of the Forte sold by the Chrysler Corporation 1979, as the Dodge Ram 50 and Plymouth Truck . Mitsubishi itself it as the Mighty Max when it began directly in the U.S. from to 1996, at which point the ceased to be available. In North after the Mighty Max was no longer the Mitsubishi Raider was offered, a platform with the Dodge In Japan, it was sold at a specific chain called Car Plaza .

For most export markets the L200 is used, [ 1 ] [ 2 ] [ 3 ] though it been known as the Rodeo . [ 4 ] . [ 5 ] Storm . Magnum . L200 (badge used in Portugal 1999, Strakar is a portmanteau of and Dakar), [ 6 ] and others.

First generation (1978–1986) [ ]


1,560–1,645#160;mm (61–65#160;in)

Mitsubishi L200

The generation model of Mitsubishi’s pickup truck was first in Japan as the Mitsubishi Forte in and continued until late when the line was cancelled in the domestic market for five In Japan the Forte was sold a 86#160;PS (63#160;kW) 1.6 litre engine and two-wheel drive or with four-wheel drive to the 2 liter Sirius G63B 110#160;PS (81#160;kW) (LO26). in basic Deluxe trim, the version was also available in Custom trim. [ 9 ] The Custom has a smoother and less utilitarian without provisions for fitting a top and with fewer hardpoints for down loads.

In export versions, the 2 liter version has 93#160;hp (69#160;kW) DIN), while a larger 2.6 unit offered 105#160;hp Also popular in many and frugal, was a 67#160;PS (49#160;kW) 2.3 diesel engine. The 73#160;PS 1.6 litre Saturn engine out the lineup downwards in many [ 10 ] A … cab and chassis version was available in some markets.

The Dodge Ram 50 (called the D50 for 1979 and was a badge-engineered version sold by the Corporation from 1979 on. The lasted until 1993, two generations of the truck. Plymouth received a version of the truck as the Arrow Truck . sold 1979 to 1982.

This was ‘s belated answer to the Courier from Mazda and the LUV by Isuzu (both of which had introduced in 1972.) Mitsubishi imported it as the Mitsubishi Mighty Max it began selling directly in the from 1982, at which the Plymouth ceased to be available. The version has twin rectangular while Mitsubishis had single in North America. In the rest of the importers could choose single or double rectangular as well as twin round [ 11 ]

Four wheel drive was for 1982. This created the Ram 50 in the US, as in Dodge’s nomenclature the Power Ram was used for four wheel models.

A turbo diesel engine was in US models between 1983 and The 1983 turbodiesel was fitted a TC05 non-wastegated turbo and 80#160;hp (60#160;kW) and 125#160;lb·ft torque. The 1984–85 turbodiesels fitted with a TD04 turbo which resulted in (64#160;kW) and 134#160;lb·ft (182#160;N·m)

Mitsubishi L200
Mitsubishi L200
Mitsubishi L200
Mitsubishi L200
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