Mitsubishi introduced the pickup L200 2019 model year with a new appearance, improved AWD system, a wide range of security systems and driver assistance.
According to the company, the model offers significant improvements regarding durability and reliability and also in terms of comfort and ride quality. While sales L200 initially start in Thailand on 17 November, where the model is known as the Triton, then the model will have and in other regions of the world, including Russia.
Looks L200 has undergone significant changes, becoming more muscular and modern. Visually, the truck became more powerful, wider and slightly higher, though retained the same dimensions. This effect was achieved also thanks to a higher landing head optics, which has become the bunk.
In General, the changes undergone by the entire front part of the car – the front bumper became more massive, it has a x-shaped panels, wheel arches became wider and squarer lines of the body assumed a sharp and contrasting forms. L200 also got rims in a new design and new rear lights.
The salon has undergone such a significant change. Was replaced by the materials covering the seats, centre console, armrest and handbrake on the door came the soft insert.
The designers at Mitsubishi decided to brush up on the center console, slightly changing its look, improved graphics of the instrument panel. In addition, the car received a circular camera instead of the rear, emergency braking system, a system of monitoring of blind zones, warning about obstacles on the road, front and rear Parking sensors.
Depending on the configuration L200 can be purchased with two options of all-wheel drive transmission – Easy Select with a rigidly connected front axle and a rear differential lock and Super Select with differential and the possibility of deactivating the front axle.
Both systems have several modes of off-road use, with settings for gravel, dirt/snow, sand and rocks, as well as the help system at descent/ascent and in case of slippage. In addition, the pickup has set a new reinforced front brakes and improved rear shocks.
Finally, retaining the classic manual gearbox, Mitsubishi put on L200 new automatic transmission now the engine will be paired not with 5-and 6-speed automatic.
Mitsubishi L200 2019
As for actually engines, they remained the same – a 2.4-litre petrol version at 128 horsepower and two turbo-diesel engines volume of 2.4 and 2.5 litres with different power outputs – 110, 128, 136, 178 or 181 horsepower.
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