2016 Mitsubishi L200 Redesign, Release, Changes

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2016 Mitsubishi L200 Redesign, Release and Changes – Welcome to Futurecarrelease.com, this time I will give information about the world, namely the Mitsubishi. More precisely 2016 Mitsubishi L200 will be present in the world car market by 2016. I will present information about the 2016 Mitsubishi L200 is about a review, release date, price, specs and engine. Congratulations read something about the information that I have prepared, and if you want to know the latest updates about the latest cars visit the blog Futurecarrelease.com.


Since its maiden debut in 1988, the Mitsubishi L200 has been held in high regards by buyers who love utilitarian toughness. The truck’s durability and reliability is unrivaled. In fact, you can still see some of the earlier model on the roads today.

Unlike in the days have gone by when the pick-up segment took a leisurely walk to change, the segment is nowadays rapidly changing. Already, we have seen a number of new pickup designs. Not to be left out, Mitsubishi has also revamped their L200.

The new model which will be its 5th generation sells under different names (Triton, Strader, Hunter and Sportero) in different markets all over the world. The pickup truck has been redesigned in all fronts and its body shell is made using lightweight materials which has translated to a better performance and improved fuel economy.

2016 Mitsubishi L200 Price

Pricing for the new 2016 Mitsubishi L200 has been set at $41,000 – $46,000 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2016 Mitsubishi L200 we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.


2016 Mitsubishi L200 Specs

The 2016 Mitsubishi L200 features a host of changes compared to the outgoing model. The exterior profile design is inspired by the GR-HEV. The model nonetheless maintains its compact look we are accustomed to but looks sportier.

The interior has been modified to offer more comfort and modern features. The new cabin is more spacious and provides plenty of space to comfortably accommodate five passengers. Actually, the L200 provides the best interior length in the segment; its Shoulder room has been increased by 10mm, rear room by 20mm and overall length by 20mm.

At the front, the new look features a new chromed grille featuring 6 rectangular shaped slots. Flanking the grille is a pair of larger LED headlights. The front bumper has also been made thicker. At the rear, you will find a protruding bumper, larger taillights and a sturdier tailgate.

The sides have also been improved and feature new creases on the wheels. The new creases make the model look tough. According to credible sources, the L200 will be first released in 4-door bodies (double cabs), 2-door bodied models (single cabs) will follow later on.

The dash is mounted with a 7.0-inch touch-screen, a modified instrument cluster and air vents. Its seats are upholstered in a quality cloth. Front seats feature armrests while the driver’s seat is power-adjustable. Interior door handles are finished with a chrome accenting. The steering position can be altered to suit different drivers’ heights. It is done by adjusting its tilt and telescopic steering wheel.

For entertainment, the model comes with a 4-speaker audio system which enables Bluetooth connectivity and Smartphone integration.  The system also features all necessary technical ports. The touch-screen display also integrates DAB radio, Bluetooth and USB connectivity. It also features satellite navigation and Smartphone integration. An automatic climate control system is readily available to keep temperatures ideal in the cabin.


2016 Mitsubishi L200 Engine

The 2016 Mitsubishi L200 is powered by a MIVEC diesel engine tuned in two different states. The engine is a 2.4 L turbo-diesel which produces 154 hp and 280 lb-ft of torque.  This is the entry level engine. For more power, the engine is tweaked to produce 181 hp and 317 lb-ft of torque.

The engines are mated to either a six-speed manual gearbox or a MMC’s 5-speed which features Sport Mode and paddle-shifting system.  The vehicle is offered in 4WD which helps the model achieve a better all-terrain performance. The system has a choice of four modes including 2WD for optimum fuel economy and three 4WD modes for handling different terrains. Fuel efficiency ranges from 41 mpg on the highway for models with 6-speed manual transmission, up to 28 mpg in the city for a model with automatic transmission.

Rather than a complete revolution, Mitsubishi has retained the same underpinnings for the Series 5, although the chassis has been strengthened and the suspension stiffened. The newly developed 2.4-litre MIVEC (Mitsubishi Innovative Valve timing Electronic Control system – catchy) engine comes with power ratings of 152bhp and 178bhp, and is coupled to either a six-speed manual or five-speed automatic gearbox.

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