A relatively compact pickup by modern standards, the L200 is nimble to drive with a turning circle better than most and plenty of poke from its 2.4-litre turbodiesel engines. It performs well on and off road. Keen pricing and lots of standard kit make it a great choice for those who are looking for maximum value for money.
The L200 has a nicely weighted and relatively fast steering rack that makes corrections a breeze. Most of the driver-induced oversteer can easily be controlled, meaning that the L200 is pleasingly amenable.
What makes the L200 even more impressive is when you kick it to 4WD and low gear. It’ll navigate most typical country and off-road terrain you throw at it. The electronic aids make ascending ravenous terrains a breeze too.Since the L200 is designed to be a stiff, solid pickup that will deal with over a tonne of payload, it doesn’t have the shock absorption of an S-class to say the least. It’s quite bouncy, especially when dealing with rough tarmac.
The interior of the L200 remains largely the same as the 2015 model as well. It’s all very monochrome inside the L200, but the tough looking materials chosen by Mitsubishi should stand the test of time.
The instrument cluster and steering wheel is very normal inside the L200. In addition, you can expect an intuitive sat nav system on the center console. Dual zone climate control also comes as standard.
Passenger space is excellent, with plenty of room, even for tall blokes. It’ll comfortably seat 3 people in the back seat as well, with grab handles for everyone once the going gets tough.
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