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|Mitsubishi||L200 Double Cab Di-D Barbarian 4Wd 176Bhp||2012||Beavertail||£12,094.00|
|ABS, Air conditioning, Airbags, Bluetooth, CD player, Electric mirrors, Electric windows, Ply lining, Power steering Located at our Cannock branch.
|Mitsubishi||L200 2.5DI-D Warrior 4WD Double Cab Diesel Pickup Very||2010||Pick Ups||£7,995.00|
|A Quality used light commercial vehicle from Nottingham Raceway vans. Call 07850 463 500 No. of owners: 1Engine HP: 175 Transmission: Manual
|Mitsubishi||L200 Double Cab DI-D 178 Barbarian 4WD||2015||Pick Ups||£21,995.00|
|Mitsubishi L200 Double Cab DI-D 178 Barbarian 4WD PAS, Rear Park assist, Rear Park assist, Trip computer, Body colour bumpers, Body colour electric heated/adjust/fold mirrors, Body colour electric heated/adjust/fold mirrors, Denver side steps, Electric windows, Electric windows, Front fog lights,
|Mitsubishi||L200 DI-D 4X4 BARBARIAN DCB||2015||Pick Ups||£24,000.00|
| 4WD drivetrain indicator,Bluetooth connectivity,Cruise control,Lane departure warning system,PAS,Rear view camera,Satellite navigation with colour touch screen,Seatbelt warning indicator,Service indicator,Tachometer,Trip computer,Bluetooth audio streaming,Digital radio (DAB),iPod/USB
|Mitsubishi||L200 DI-D 4X4 WARRIOR LB DCB||2012||Pick Ups||£12,000.00|
| 4WD drivetrain indicator,Average fuel consumption display,Blue instrument meters,Cruise control,Digital clock,Electric compass; barometer and altemeter,Lights on warning buzzer,Outside temperature gauge,PAS,Tachometer,Stereo radio/CD with MP3 compatibility and 6 speakers,Body coloured front
|Mitsubishi||L200 DI-D 4X4 BARBARIAN LB DCB||2013||Pick Ups||£15,000.00|
| Digital odometer/trip meter,Door ajar warning,DVD based Lexus Navigator console,Outside temperature gauge,Remote fuel flap and bootlid/tailgate release,Snow mode,Speed sensitive power steering,8 speakers,RDS stereo radio/CD player with 6 CD autochanger,Automatic headlight control system,Body colour
CURRENT MODEL Mitsubishi L200 Double Cab
When launched the looks of the Mitsubishi L200 were a breath of fresh air – truly original and striking, the L200 took on a modern look and immediately propelled the pick up onto the shopping lists of many more ‘lifestyle’ buyers.
The L200 gets ABS with EBD as standard airbags for driver and passenger and a great sound system, which can play your MP3s. Choose from five trim levels – the 4work, 4life, Warrior, Animal and Diamond, (later the Barbarian has been added).
All L200 pick ups get 4WD as standard – they don’t use it the whole time – there is an easy selector to change from two- to four-wheel drive. If you opt for ne of the more expensive model, the trick 4WD gets trickier. Mitsubishi have their ‘Super Select 4WD’ that has a central diff lock and means you can drive it as fast as you like with four-wheel drive engaged – helpful in the rain or when towing. You also get special electronics to control the traction and stabiliy – usually called ESP, but Mitsubishi prefer M-ASTC (Mitsubishi Active Stability and Traction Control).
The downside to the doublecab is the lack of loadspace – this was rectified by Mitsubishi by launching the long bed (LB) version which means that the L200 can seat five in comfort and have space in the rear for more than an overnight bag.
Mitsubishi L200 Vehicle Range - UK Information
Britain’s award winning and best selling pick-up for two decades just got even better. The new, forth generation L200 Single, Club and Double cab range is the most stunning, spacious, sophisticated, maneuverable, comfortable, car-like pick-up ever, no question. There's room in the back for a cart-load of kit and plenty of brawn for towing – enough to tow a massive 2,700kg – making it the perfect practical pick-up (or commercial vehicle), as well as a safe, comfortable, well equipped family transporter that’s economical, safe and fun to own... capable of going pretty much anywhere you desire, in style.
The superb value L200 range – starting from just £13,999 + VAT up to £24,299 + VAT – is tough, strong and supremely safe. Indeed, it is the only pick-up to achieve a four-star Euro NCAP rating. Above all – especially in terms of handling – no other pick-up comes close. Little wonder that the L200 is consistently Britain’s best selling pick-up. Little wonder too that the press continues to heap it with praise (What Van? have voted it pick-up of the year no less than 15 times in 18 years!).
The all-new L200 range continues a two-decade long trend – being modified in all areas to ensure that it continues to be even better than the last accolade-winning L200 range – whether it’s a commercial, loyal, go-anywhere work horse or a fabulous family vehicle, with five comfortable seats and a high specification you desire.
For the new model – available in Single Cab commercial, Club Cab commercial and Double Cab commercial and non-commercial forms, in various 4Work, 4Life, Warrior, Barbarian and special editions (Trojan & Barbarian Black) specifications – the L200 has been radically re-designed inside and out, with a new front grille, protector-type headlamps, revised instruments, multi-function steering wheel, new seat fabrics, aux-in audio and new centre console and arm rest, to name but a few tweaks. And 2.5-litre DI-D common rail turbo diesel engine (11MY Euro IV/ 12MY Euro V), developing 134 bhp and 314 Nm has been made more economical up to and produces less emissions – by 6%.
L200 is all about leading the pick-up market with firsts. It was the first pick-up to introduce car like driving standards into a heavy-duty vehicle. It was the very first pick-up to replace the old torsion bar front suspension with coil springs and independent double wishbones, offering an incredible ride quality and excellent handling, whilst still being tough. It was also first to bring in power-assisted rack and pinion steering, making it easy to maneuver and offering a class-leading turning circle. And it was also first to include an electronic traction control system, for superior handling and traction in all environments. And the Double Cab was the first pick-up to offer full-time on-road four-wheel drive capability, making it a towing supremo.
The ‘High Series’ Double Cab L200’s continue their strong tradition of muscular, stylish, well-equipped special models, with the big specification Warrior, Barbarian and incredible value Trojan editions – offering the ultimate modern lifestyle pick-up experience, from just £16,949 + VAT.
Of course, the rough, tough, bionic and huge tow load (2,700Kg!) L200 has long been a favourite workman’s tool and, as such, there is a diverse range of six different specification commercial vehicles available – in Single Cab, Double Cab and Club Cab commercial forms and 4Work and 4Life specifications, to suit every lifestyle, and business need.
Best of all, L200 is still great value, starting at just £13,999 for the 4Work Single Cab. And the 4Work Double Cab starts at just £16,049 + VAT.
L200 Range Equipment
Regular, short and long-wheelbase ‘Low Series’ Single Cab, Club Cab and Double Cab L200 models and the Trojan Special Edition come with Mitsubishi's latest technology 134 bhp, 231 lb ft (314Nm) 4D56 2.5-litre Di-D DOHC turbocharged and intercooled diesel engine, featuring 16 valves driven by dual overhead camshafts and a common-rail direct injection system for precise fuel delivery, lowering consumption and emissions. They also have a five-speed manual gearbox and sophisticated and highly capable four-wheel-drive system with 2WD high, 4WD high and 4WD low ratios and a locking rear differential. They are available in Single, Club and Double Cab 4Work or 4Life or Trojan Special Edition Double Cab specifications, starting at just £13,999 + VAT.
Warrior and Barbarian ‘High Series’ L200’s come with the upgraded, ‘High Power,’ torquey and economical 175 bhp, 258 lb ft (400Nm) tuned 2.5-litre DI-D DOHC common rail diesel engine, with intercooler and electronic common rail injection as well a five-speed manual gearbox or a fully automatic option. These models also have a sophisticated and high capable four-wheel-drive system with 2WD high, 4WD high and 4WD low ratios and a locking rear differential. They are available from £19,675 + VAT.
L200 Double Cab Model Range
The L200 Double Cab is available in five models, to suit multiple audiences. It starts with the 4Work model, defining practical and affordable on and off-road motoring, featuring steel rims and a functional interior, black front grille, front skid plate, black door mirrors and rear mudguards. The go-anywhere, utilitarian 4Work Double Cab targets business users who rely on the L200’s rugged appeal and its peerless reputation for value, economy and reliability.
Next, there’s the 4Life Double Cab models, which share the 4Work virtues, but add comfort features such as manual air-conditioning, power windows, keyless entry and central locking. Aesthetically, side steps, colour coded bumpers and a chrome grille distinguish the Double cab 4Life variants over the 4Work models, adding a classy, upmarket feel. This L200 is ideal for both recreational and business use.
Then come the three Double Cab models aimed at the go-anywhere family: Warrior, Barbarian and the special edition, Trojan and Barbarian Black – available with manual transmissions or Mitsubishi’s acclaimed INVECS-II automatic system (Warrior and Barbarian/ Barbarian Black), which adapts to your driving style.
The Warrior Double Cab offers an incredible specification, including: Super Select 4WD system, Mitsubishi Active Stability and Traction Control (M-ASTC), manual or automatic transmission, the ‘High Power’ 175 bhp engine, Warrior graphics, front and rear fog lamps, colour-keyed front bumper, 17" alloy wheels with colour keyed wheelarch extensions, tubular side steps, colour-keyed front guard with grey inserts, chrome rear bar with step, chrome door mirrors and handles, black and chrome front grille, central door locking with remote keyless entry, electric windows including rear screen, climate controlled air conditioning, cruise control, privacy glass, stereo radio/CD/MP3 player with 6 speakers, electric door mirrors and there’s optional leather seats with the Warrior logo.
The Barbarian is the standard range-topping L200, also with 175 bhp engine and manual or auto transmission options, Super Select 4WD, M-ASTC, 17-inch alloy wheels and a host of interior and exterior additions, including: Barbarian graphics, colour-keyed front guard with chrome inserts, chrome rear lamp bezels, door mirrors and handles, sport front grille, reversing camera, Kenwood integrated satellite navigation system and multi-display station with touch-screen operation, luxury leather seats with Barbarian logo, Bluetooth hands-free kit and Illuminated door entry guards. It’s the standard maximum-spec L200, offering all the bells and whistles, for the ultimate pick-up experience.
However, available from 1st June 2012 (launch date to be confirmed) for a limited time only, we are to welcome the new Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian Black. Like us, the range topping special edition L200 is not afraid to show its personality. With its bold road presence it makes a statement wherever it goes – whether in town or down green country lanes. Added presence comes in the form of stylish, moody black satin finishing – the roof, sports grille/ resin guard, fog lamp bezels, wing mirrors, door handles, fuel filler plate, tubular side steps and rear bar. All of this complemented by black 17” wheels and Barbarian Black leather. This is one L200 that really stands out from the crowd.
The Trojan special edition is a great-value special edition, for those wanting the Double Cab experience, with a non-commercial bias, but similar price tag and a touch of luxury and added specification. It comes with the 134 bhp engine and Easy Select 4WD transmission, five-speed manual gearbox and also a dash-mounted multi-function display ‘RV Meter,’ electric heated and folding mirrors, a category 1 alarm immobiliser, body coloured wheel arches, electric windows and chrome door handles.
L200 Commercial Model Range
The L200 commercials come in Single, Club (short wheel base) and Double (long wheel base) cab forms, in 4Work and 4Life specifications.
Recognising that a large proportion of modern pick-ups are bought for recreational as well as commercial use, the L200 range has been designed to cater for two distinct user-groups. The 4Work will appeal to customers seeking a no-nonsense business tool: Featuring steel wheels and a simple, functional interior, the 4Work models provide a durable, practical workhorse that builds on Mitsubishi’s enviable reputation for quality and reliability. With its black front grille, front skid plate, black door mirrors and rear mudguards, the utilitarian 4Work targets business users who rely on the L200’s rugged appeal and its peerless reputation for value, economy and reliability.
The 4Life models share these virtues, but add comfort features such as manual air-
conditioning, power windows, keyless entry and central locking. Aesthetically, side steps, colour coded bumpers and a chrome grille distinguish the club and double cab 4Life variants over the 4Work models, adding a classy, upmarket feel. This L200 is ideal for both recreational and business use.
Meanwhile, the Club Cab L200 offers all the workmanlike ability of the single cab, with some of the extra cabin space and luxury of the Double Cab and come in both 4Work and 4Life specifications.
L200’s come with a 1.8-metre double-walled cargo bed made from galvanized steel and with a single, central tailgate release – after all, you only have one pair of hands – the L200 really cares for your load. On 4Work and 4Life models, the tailgate may be dropped 180° or locked into the horizontal position to accommodate over-length loads.
Equipment & Pricing
All 4Work/4Life L200’s come with the powerful, torquey and economical 134 bhp, 2.5-litre DI-D DOHC common rail diesel engine, with intercooler and electronic common rail injection as well a five-speed manual gearbox and sophisticated and high capable four-wheel-drive system with 2WD high, 4WD high and 4WD low ratios and a locking rear differential. They are available in Single Cab, Club Cab (short wheel base) and Double Cab (long wheel base) forms, as 4Work or 4Life specifications, starting at just £13,999.
L200 Model Range: In Detail
Low and High Series L200 variants are powered by Mitsubishi's latest technology 4D56 2.5-litre turbocharged and intercooled diesel engine, featuring 16 valves driven by dual overhead camshafts and a common-rail direct injection system for precise fuel delivery, lowering consumption and emissions.
There are two options: ‘Medium Power’ for the Single, Club and 4Work/4Life and Trojan special Double Cabs and a ‘High Power’ version for the Warrior and Barbarian Double Cabs.
The medium power engine produces a peak power figure of 134 bhp at 4,000 rpm and a huge 231 lb ft of torque (314Nm) from just 2,000 rpm – giving perfect towing and off-road grunt, overtaking ability and cruising performance. The Low Series L200 can reach a maximum speed of 103 mph, and will do 0-62 mph in 15.0 seconds, while returning a combined miles per gallon figure of 34.0 (39.9 extra urban), and producing just 218g/Km CO2.
Meanwhile, the tuned High Series Double Cab Warrior and Barbarian models offer 175 bhp @ 4,000rpm and 258lb ft (400 Nm) from just 2,000rpm. This is a high performance version of the 4D56 2.5-litre turbocharged and intercooled diesel engine, featuring 16 valves driven by dual overhead camshafts and a common-rail direct injection system. Top speed is increased to 111 mph and 0-62 mph comes in just 12.1 seconds, while miles per gallon remains high at 30.1 mpg combined (34.0 extra urban), with still the same 218g/Km CO2 emissions.
L200 Easy Select 4WD
Being a natural, highly capable off-roader, all Low Series come with Easy Select 4WD – offering three drive modes, simply selected by a secondary lever by the gearstick:
• 2H (2WD High range), which is ideal for normal highway driving.
• 4H (4WD High range), which can be engaged at speeds up to 62 mph when extra traction is needed on snow, sand or dirt roads and in extreme wet tarmac conditions.
• 4L (4WD Low range), which is designed for serious off-road driving, such as fording streams and climbing steep muddy banks. (The vehicle must be stationary when transferring to 4L.)
You can take the L200 pretty much anywhere, to accomplish your business needs, or personal goals.
Super Select 4WD System
The Trojan, Warrior and Barbarian High Series, 175 bhp engine L200’s have Mitsubishi’s Super Select 4WD System, operated by a secondary lever by the gearstick and offering quieter running and better economy with on-road driving, and an additional 4WD mode over the Easy Select System.
For many, many years Mitsubishi have been acknowledged to be the masters of tough terrain and the L200 reaps all the considerable benefits of this expertise. The Super Select system – long tested in the Shogun and unique in the world of pick-ups – enables on-road driving with either two or four wheels engaged, providing extra grip on the asphalt when you need it. Two four-wheel drive modes for use off-road will ensure that you can get out of just about anything you care to get into! The Easy Select system, featured on all 4Work and 4Life models, provides rear-wheel drive on-road and the same two off-road modes as the Super Select system. In addition it also features a heavy-duty rear differential lock, which locks the differential so that both rear wheels turn together and so provides extra traction when the going gets really, really tough!
Super Select 4WD Modes are:
2H: 2WD high range is generally best for highway cruising or city driving, giving smooth, economical performance. As driving conditions change, so can this L200 – on the move. At speeds of up to 62mph you can shift between 2H, 4H.
4H: 4WD high range is the full-time 4WD mode available only on the Super Select system. Torque is split equally between front and rear axles, offering the extra grip
needed for safe highway driving in slippery conditions. The centre differential with VCU resolves the traditional 4WD problem of transmission wind-up experienced during cornering and tight maneuvers.
4LLc: 4WD low range with the centre differential locked lowers the centre differential gear ratio. This provides greater torque for climbing or descending steep inclines at very low speeds, or for going through deep snow, mud or sand. To shift into or out of 4LLc
the L200 must be brought to a complete halt.
4HLc: In 4WD high range with the centre differential locked power is evenly distributed between the front and rear wheels, improving traction and manoeuvrability on rough roads or on sandy or snow-covered surfaces.
All L200’s are available with a manual five-speed gearbox, with single dry plate clutch with a diaphragm spring, for a direct, easy-to-use transmission feel that’s tough enough to cope with the rigours of off-road driving, towing, carrying a heavy load and any other task you might throw at it.
The L200’s five-speed manual gearbox is optimised for reliability, ease-of-use and refinement. Its tubular-structure transmission case is ultra-rigid, contributing to increased durability and reduced noise. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd gears benefit from trip-cone synchronising for smoother, easier shifts.
The L200’s rear differential Lock is engaged via a dashboard-mounted switch, this locks the differential so that both rear wheels turn together, a superior method of providing extra traction for coping with extreme off-road conditions.
The Warrior and Barbarian Double Cabs are available with the manual transmission, or Mitsubishi’s highly acclaimed INVECS-II automatic system, with torque convertor. There’s no denying that automatic transmission makes for an easier life, particularly when towing or in stop/start urban traffic, but INVECS-II goes one step further. By emulating your driving style it changes gear as you do – quickly adapting its shift pattern to change earlier when you’re in a rush, or later when you’re feeling more relaxed. When you want to be in total control you can simply slip into Sports Mode and flick the lever to change gear manually: It’s the best of both worlds.
11.6 inch ventilated disc brakes at the front and 11.6in drum brakes at the rear ensure the L200 stops as well as it goes. The raw stopping power of this hardware is supported by a sophisticated anti-lock braking system (ABS) that incorporates EBD (Electronic Brakeforce Distribution).
Lateral slippage can easily occur if the rear wheels lock up due to braking hard on slippery surfaces or braking hard when at high speeds. ABS suppresses this by controlling the brakes' hydraulic pressure. EBD adjusts the rear wheels' braking force to the number of occupants and load to deliver braking force that is ideally matched to almost any situation. It’s a superior braking system, in all environments and on all surfaces – perfect for the go-anywhere L200, and when carrying heavy payloads.
The L200’s ladder frame chassis has an enlarged cross section for improved rigidity. Its inherent strength and huge resistance to torsional and bending forces make an important contribution to the driving dynamics – by allowing the suspension to do its job properly – as well as the L200’s crash safety and refinement on the road.
The L200 has a dynamic front suspension system is adapted from the Shogun, with double wishbones and coil springs providing superior ride comfort and surefooted cornering. At the rear, tough rigid elliptic leaf springs are fitted, to ensure the one-tonne payload can be safely supported – perfect for heavy commercial, and family lifestyle loads.
With the L200 range, Mitsubishi’s engineers set themselves the objective of developing a suspension system capable of delivering the kind of driving dynamics more normally associated with an SUV. To achieve this, they developed the sophisticated double wishbone and coil spring arrangement. This offers excellent wheel location, resulting in a responsive drive and an excellent ride quality: The best of both worlds.
At the rear the leaf springs are located above the rear axle. This solution has a number of benefits: the ground clearance is increased for rough terrain work; vehicle stability is improved (due to greater roll resistance); the L200 is less susceptible to changes in its cargo load; and it offers reduced noise.
The L200 adopts the Shogun's innovative power assisted rack & pinion steering system, providing a class-leading turning circle (11.8 metres) and better steering accuracy than a traditional recirculating ball system, making the big, powerful L200 as easy to maneuver in a tight space as a car. This advanced steering also helps give the car-like manners on the road and advanced capabilities off-road.
The L200 range brings much of Mitsubishi’s emissions and fuel improving technology, thanks to Mitsubishi’s “Intelligent Motion” strategy. All models come as standard with: A fuel and emission efficient turbo diesel engine, weight reduction measures and ninety 95 percent of the L200’s manufacturing materials are recyclable.
The commercial L200’s feature:
• A high level of active and passive safety.
• RISE (Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution) system.
• Twin front airbags fitted as standard, with passenger airbag deactivation switch.
• ISO-FIX child seat anchorage points fitted as standard in the rear of double cab models.
• Electric windows with anti-trap function (4Life models, Club and Double cab).
Mitsubishi has always made vehicle safety a priority – and the new L200 is no exception. With its phenomenal All Wheel Control and road-holding ability, superior brakes and grip levels, the L200 also boasts ABS with EBD. This impressive technical specification helps the driver avoid a collision, but there is also a comprehensive package of passive safety features will alleviate the risk of injury should the worst happen.
The L200 has been designed using Mitsubishi’s patented RISE (Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution) system.
The stiffer, stronger ladder-frame chassis of the new L200 offers excellent crash protection and incorporates a hydro-formed box section and impact-absorbing beads. While these crumple zones absorb the energy of an impact, other, reinforced structures, such as the side impact bars, direct impact energy away from the occupants.
Driver and passenger airbags are standard across the range and a passenger airbag deactivation switch is located in the glovebox, allowing a child seat to be safely installed. Double Cab models also feature ISOFIX child seat mounting points, highlighting the L200’s multi-purpose functionality.
Seatbelt pre-tensioners and force limiters protect front seat occupants and the seats have been collapsible steering column and a setback-inhibitive pedal structure further reduce the risk of driver injury.
All three rear passengers in Double Cab models benefit from full three-point safety belts and the rear part of the roof has been carefully designed to alleviate the risk of occipital (rear head) injury. The Club Cab variant benefits from two three-point safety belts. The power windows, sunroof and retractable rear window all feature an anti-trap function to protect little fingers.
It is a comprehensive specification and Mitsubishi is proud that the L200 became the first 1-tonne pick-up to achieve a 4-star EURO-NCAP crash test rating.
The L200 is designed to minimise the risk of whiplash injuries in the event of a rear impact. Should an accident be unavoidable, the L200’s body has been designed using Mitsubishi’s RISE (Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution) philosophy. It features high tensile steel strengthening in key body areas and provides energy dissipation paths for collision forces and low weight, should an impact occur. The L200’s brake pedal is designed to reduce protrusion in the event of an accident, while whiplash-reducing seating limits backwards movement of the head and neck in the event of rear collisions.
It’s not just its occupants the L200 helps protect, but pedestrians too. All commercial models feature a double bulge bonnet design with a crushable zone for pedestrians, plastic front wings and an energy-absorbing front bumper, which incorporates leg injury mitigation measures. The L200 is safe – but not at the expense of others.
• Starlight Silver (Metallic).
• Eisen Grey (Pearlescent).
• Aztec Red (Solid).
• Sapphire Blue (Metallic).
• Polar White (Solid).
• Cosmos Black (Pearlescent).
• Granite Brown (Metallic).
L200 Design & Packaging
• Designed for European market – shorter, narrower and more agile than rivals.
• Available as a Single, Club or Double cab.
• Heavily revised interior increases SUV style, quality and comfort.
• Double Cab offers class-leading rear legroom and interior space.
• Versatile load bed – every model can accommodate a Euro pallet.
• Tailgate can be lowered 180 degrees for forklift loading.
• Payload of over 1 tonne with 2.7 tons of towing capacity.
• Best turning circle in it’s class.
With styling DNA that has clear links to Mitsubishi’s Pajero Evolution rally raid car – which has now won the gruelling Dakar Rally on 12 occasions – the L200 pick-up convincingly fuses sporting looks with rugged practicality.
New for 2010 models is a completely revised front with a new grille, thinner projection type headlamps in either black or silver with a larger body-colour bumper enhancing the L200’s looks. Bolder front fog lamps, a deeper, wider air intake and silver coloured skid plate complete the visual enhancements at the front of the L200, the new styling appealing to SUV drivers who are interested in the versatility of a pick-up but aren’t willing to compromise on style or comfort.
Three body styles are available – Single, Club and Double Cab – each of which posses their own, distinct identity. The Single Cab is more overtly utilitarian and will appeal to business users who want a no-nonsense working tool. The more curvaceous, step-ahead style of the Club Cab adds rear jump seats, that can accommodate two adults on short journeys. The spacious, versatile Double Cab mixes the style of an SUV with the practicality of a pick-up, offering levels of luxury equivalent to a road car.
L200 Interior Trim
The step-ahead design philosophy of the L200’s exterior is echoed inside the spacious, versatile cabin. A sweeping, fascia design has been ergonomically optimised and groups all the major controls within easy reach of the driver.
Revisions to the SUV-like interior include a new centre console and centre armrest with new handbrake and A/T shift levers. The multi-function urethane steering wheel now contains audio and cruise control switches and is tilt adjustable, while the driver’s seat adjusts for height, ensuring that drivers of all shapes and sizes can find a comfortable position.
New instrumentation feature black dials with clear white lettering and amber illumination, while all 4Work L200s featuring an AUX-in audio jack plug for listening to iPods or MP3 players via the stereo. High-quality plastics and new seat trim material feature throughout, the contemporary, quality ambience created not just pleasing to look at but also being exceptionally easy to clean.
Mitsubishi’s engineers worked tirelessly to optimise the L200’s packaging and provide as much space for passengers as possible. They have also tailored the design of the vehicle according to its likely usage – the cargo bay is optimised on the single Cab, while the Double Cab places a greater emphasis on people space. The latter has the longest cabin length in the sector and the most rear legroom as a result, while the introduction of an angled seat back dramatically increases the comfort of rear seat occupants.
Never before has a pick-up afforded so much interior space. In fact, the L200 Double Cab has the biggest cab in its class by a mile! But this vehicle isn’t just about size, it’s about paying attention to the job in hand and functional design. It’s about making the most of all that space with comfortable seats, complete with height adjustment for the driver. It’s about looking after passengers with head restraints all round for comfort and safety, and it’s about truly clever storage which means that your pick-up keeps in peak condition no matter who you have on board. And intelligent, sleek design touches, like the electric rear cab window add touches to the L200 you won’t find in other lesser pick-ups.
Well-designed and well-equipped are not words normally associated with a pick-up but this is yet another area where the L200 shows its class – some models even include a fully integrated satellite navigation/audio system together with reversing camera and Bluetooth hands-free ’phone connection. Always perfectly combining comfort with practicality there’s a level of specification to suit your needs precisely, as well as an enormous range of accessories from which you can cherry pick.
The High Series L200’s have a stunning, black leather interior (optional on Warrior, standard on Barbarian) and huge spec interior. The Warrior and Barbarian Double Cabs have a different black leather design, each with their logo embroidered into the back rests. The generous Double Cab special specification list includes, for the Warrior:
• Central door locking with remote keyless entry.
• Electric windows including rear screen.
• Climate controlled air conditioning.
• Cruise control.
• Privacy glass.
• Stereo radio/CD/MP3 player with 6 speakers.
• Electric door mirrors.
• (Optional leather seats with Warrior logo).
And the range-topping Barbarian adds:
• Reversing camera.
• Kenwood integrated satellite navigation system and multi-display station with touch-screen operation.
• Luxury leather seats with Barbarian logo.
• Bluetooth hands-free kit.
• Illuminated door entry guards.
The interior fabric for all commercial and 4Work/4Life/Warrior L200’s is a stylish, practical two-tone grey, with formed-type resin doors, non-woven light grey roofing material and needle punch grey floor carpets. All commercial L200’s also come with an accessory socket, centre console?STD, ashtray and cigarette lighter, console box with lid, cup holders, driver’s footrest, illuminated glove box, illuminated?lights-on warning buzzer, power steering, twin sun visors, tachometer, manually adjustable door mirrors, headlamp leveling device, odometer and trip meter with digital display and a tilt adjustable steering wheel.... Read more >>
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