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MItsubishi L200 - runner up in the 2020 Parkers Pickup of the Year Award

Mitsubishi L200 review (2020)

The Mitsubishi L200 is one of the most popular pickups in the world, and in the UK it accounts for a third of all Mitsubishi’s sales. It’s hugely important for the brand, and has charted the rise of the lifestyle pickup in the UK, especially over its last three generations. This is the latest...

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    Mitsubishi L200 review (2015-2019)

    We rate the Mitsubishi L200 Series 5 pickup so highly we named it Pickup of the Year in the Parkers 2019 New Car Awards. Watch our awards video below. This L200 first went on sale in September 2015, as the first of seven new-generation pickups launched between 2015 and 2017. And it set the standard...

  • Mitsubishi L200 2006-2015 review on Parkers Vans - exterior

    Mitsubishi L200 review (2006-2015)

    The fourth generation Mitsubishi L200 was introduced in 2006 and, in light of changing consumer appetite, engineers took a completely different approach during the development stage. Mitsubishi claims it has provided a more car-like pick-up with an emphasis on design and comfort, but it retains the...

  • Mitsubishi L200 review on Parkers Vans - exterior

    Mitsubishi L200 review (1988-2006)

    The L200 was the leading figure in the Double Cab pickup market, but still has plenty to offer. The range is effectively split into two camps - the 4Work aimed at those who use the vehicles mainly for business, and the 4Life, Warrior and Animal aimed at those who need the vehicles to double up as a...

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Mitsubishi L200 dimensions (2019-on)

Mitsubishi offers the L200 Series 6 in a range of specifications indeed to serve the needs of both working operators and lifestyle buyers, though even the lifestyle models are more than capable of putting in hard graft when required. That said, the entry-level 4Life versions feature a 180-degree...