L200 Series 6

Press Kit

  • New Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 builds on 40 years of heritage
  • Dynamic Shield design language underpins bold new look
  • New 2,268cc turbo diesel with AdBlue – ultra clean and efficient
  • Automatic transmission option now with six speeds
  • Enhanced ride and handling – stiffer chassis plus new springs and dampers
  • Class-leading active safety technology
  • Increased payload and gross train weight
  • A more versatile pickup, yet more car-like to drive and run

IN BRIEF:

The new Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 is the culmination of Mitsubishi Motors’ 40-year history of building tough, reliable pickup trucks. The latest incarnation of the legendary Mitsubishi pickup, which has accumulated over 4.7 million sales since its debut in 1978, sets new standards of all-round capability in the fiercely-competitive pickup sector.

While the Mitsubishi L200 has long been renowned for its formidable off-road performance, as well as it dependability and durability, the Series 6 brings new levels of comfort, refinement, efficiency and safety to the pickup segment – hence the ‘Engineered Beyond Tough’ strapline: The new model has been honed to exceed our customers’ expectations of what a pickup truck is capable of, in part thanks to the feedback gleaned directly from enthusiasts of the L200.

Accounting for around a third of Mitsubishi Motors in the UK’s overall sales the L200 is a stalwart of the range and with Series 6 its popularity is likely to grow ever stronger, appealing not only to those who demand the very best working truck but also those customers who desire the practicality of a pickup truck yet who do not wish to compromise on refinement, style, running costs and driving enjoyment.

In short, the L200 Series 6 is the best looking and most capable pickup Mitsubishi Motors has ever produced. With its advanced four-wheel drive system (offering four new off road 4X4 modes and the security of driving in four-wheel drive mode at any speed), a payload of up to 1,080kg, towing capacity of up to 3.5 tonnes, safety features that are unique to its sector and an unrivalled car-like driving experience, no other truck comes close to the all-round brilliance of the Mitsubishi L200 Series 6.

THE HIGHLIGHTS:

All-new exterior design:

  • All-new front-end dominated by striking ‘Dynamic Shield’ design identity
  • New clamshell bonnet raised by 40mm – easier to “place” on road
  • Slim LED headlamps, LED DRLs and LED tail lamps on the majority of range
  • Purposeful, squared-off wheel arches
  • All new rear end with new metalwork and rear bumper
  • New 18-inch alloy wheels as standard (except 4Life)


Driving Dynamics
:

  • New 2,268cc diesel engine with AdBlue – clean and efficient
  • Six-speed manual or new six-speed automatic transmission
  • Larger front brakes with two-piston calipers
  • Revised suspension front and rear plus a reinforced chassis
  • Larger wheels and tyres for more grip and refinement
  • Improved ride comfort and handling
  • Aerodynamic enhancements to reduce wind noise


More Versatile Pickup

  • Improved payload of up to 1,080kg
  • Higher Gross Train Weight of up to 6,155kg
  • 5-tonne towing capacity plus up to 625kg payload
  • Super Select II 4WD system – most advanced in segment
  • Class exclusive off-road modes
  • Low running costs - Low insurance group, improved fuel economy
  • 21-litre AdBlue tank – up to 12k miles between fills


Advanced new safety features and technologies
:

  • Blind Spot Warning system with Lane Change Assist function (Barbarian X)
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert system (Barbarian X)
  • Forward Collision Mitigation system (Warrior and above)
  • Ultrasonic Misacceleration Mitigation System (Barbarian X)
  • Lane Departure Warning (LDW) (Warrior and above)
  • Active Stability Control (ASC) & Traction Control (TCL)
  • Hill Start Assist (HSA)
  • Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) function
  • Trailer Stability Assist (TSA)


New interior features

  • New top trim level with bespoke new Barbarian X upholstery
  • Revised front seats with improved bolstering
  • Chunkier steering wheel now available heated
  • New instrumentation, including a full-colour LCD display
  • Enhanced visual detailing with improved storage and charge points
  • Touchscreen infotainment with smartphone connectivity


IN DETAIL:

BRILLIANT LOOKS:

The new Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 has undergone a significant re-design compared to its predecessor, debuting a bold exterior design that complements its advanced drivetrain and impressive on- and off-road performance.

The entire front-end from the windscreen forward is brand new, dominated by Mitsubishi Motors’ bold new Dynamic Shield design language, which not only defines the look of the L200 Series 6 but also makes it instantly recognisable as a Mitsubishi, giving it the same family features as the ASX, Eclipse Cross and Outlander. Its new clamshell-style bonnet has been raised by 40mm and its headlamps sit a full 100mm higher, giving the L200 significantly more presence while also making it easier to place the vehicle while driving.

The slim new light clusters house LED headlamps and LED Daytime Running Lights (standard on all but the entry-level 4Life version) while the Barbarian X model also features LED fog lamps as standard, set into distinctive sculpted recesses on the front corners. Completing the new front end styling is a more pronounced and substantial bumper, contributing to the rugged new look while still allowing for a 30-degree approach angle when adventuring off-road.

Along the flanks there are larger, squared-off wheel arches, set into chunky bodywork flares, which are filled with 18-inch wheels as standard (except 4Life) for improved looks, grip and stability. New, streamlined mirrors and sleeker bodywork around the rear improve aerodynamics and acoustic performance, while new side steps - raised slightly to protect them from damage when putting the L200’s 24-degree break-over angle to the test - are also wider to give occupants a better foothold when getting in and out.

At the rear of the Mitsubishi L200 Series 6, every one of the rear panels have also been changed to balance the robust, tough look of the L200’s new front end. Highlights of the redesigned rear end include new light clusters with LED tail lamps (on Warrior model upwards) and a new tailgate that is available with a damper and tailgate assist for effortless opening and closing on the Barbarian models. A new, more substantial rear bumper offers better protection and a much larger area for stepping on, whilst still offering the same 22-degree departure angle as its predecessor.

The extensive changes to the exterior are completed with the availability of four new colours – Sunflare Orange, White Diamond, Volcanic Red and Graphite Grey. Employing similar paint technology to Red Diamond, which debuted on the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, White Diamond combines pearl and metallic finishes to create a lacquer-like effect where the colour seems to change depending on the light.

The interior of the new L200 has also been greatly enhanced for Series 6. The front seats have improved side bolstering and there are new seat materials and new door card inserts, too. The chunkier steering wheel is now available heated on top models and there’s new instrumentation as well, including a full colour LCD display – vital for the operation of the many new safety features.

The dashboard is enhanced with new silver garnish on either side of the centre stack, in line with other Mitsubishi SUVs, and there are new knee pads on the centre for improved comfort in corners and when driving off-road. There is improved storage room for smaller items, including front and rear smartphone trays, as well as new USB ports in the rear on Barbarian models.

The new top-of-the-range Barbarian X version gets bespoke “six pack” seat upholstery with matching door inserts and arm rests, as well as special door entry-guards, LED mood lighting and LED interior lights.

BRILLIANT CAR
While the latest Mitsubishi L200 continues the legacy of its predecessor to deliver excellent off-road performance and real-world capability, it has also been developed to be the most car-like pickup Mitsubishi has ever produced.

At its heart is a new 2,268cc, all aluminium, turbo-diesel engine offering improved refinement and, crucially, greatly enhanced efficiency. Engine power is now 150hp and peak torque is 400Nm, which is produced 500rpm lower down the rev range than the Series 5 for improved drivability. The new engine ensures the L200 Series 6 is fully Euro 6d compliant (and readily adaptable for future emissions regulations) while also offers owners a significant improvement in fuel economy. The WLTP combined-cycle fuel efficiency figures for the Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 are 32.1mpg for the manual version and 29.1mpg for the automatic version – figures that owners should easily be able to match or even surpass in the real world.

To ensure the Mitsubishi L200 is amongst the cleanest pickups on the market, it is now equipped with Auto Stop and Go and AdBlue across the range to neutralise harmful pollutants and minimise its environmental impact. It’s also got the largest AdBlue tank of any rival at 21-litres, so in normal use it should only need to be filled during regular service intervals. Topping up, if required, is quick and simple thanks to a dedicated AdBlue filler on the rear wing.

The standard six-speed manual and new six-speed automatic transmission also help to optimise efficiency. Compared to the previous five-speed automatic of the L200 Series 5, the new six-speed version is also lighter and engineered to ensure the engine is operating at its most efficient when cruising or operating under light load, while still giving the driver quick access to the engine’s peak torque whenever it is required. Steering-wheel mounted paddle shifters are standard with automatic models to offer drivers even more control over engine performance if they so desire.

While the new engine is the biggest mechanical change, arguably the most noticeable improvement made to the L200 Series 6 involve its driving dynamics. By strengthening the chassis for improved torsional rigidity and fitting new springs and dampers all round, Mitsubishi has significantly enhanced the driving experience in terms of ride and handling, further adding to its car-like feel. To maximise comfort regardless of payload, the L200 benefits from increased spring rates at the front, revised dampers front and rear and a greater number of leaves for the rear springs.

Combined with larger brakes – now 320mm with two-piston callipers - the revised suspension not only helps the Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 to carry an increased payload of up to 1,080kg (or up to 625kg while towing 3.5 tonnes) it offers a significant improvement in ride quality – laden or unladen - and the reduced body roll and larger, grippier tyres help inspire confidence and give the L200 a surprisingly agile feel for such a big vehicle. Usefully, it remains the narrowest and lowest vehicle in its segment, further enhancing its carlike feel, while its new suite of safety equipment will give anyone new to pickups added confidence and peace of mind in all driving scenarios. The safety systems include:

360-degree Camera:

Four cameras located in the front, rear and in the door mirrors monitor the area around the vehicle and generate a bird’s eye view to highlight any hidden obstacles. The in-dash display also shows the front camera view when the vehicle is in forward gears/Drive and the rear camera view when in reverse. (Barbarian X model)

Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM):

FCM uses camera and laser radar systems to detect a vehicle or pedestrian ahead. When the system determines there is risk of a collision, it sounds an audible alert and, if the driver doesn’t response, activates FCM braking. (Warrior models & above)

Blind Spot Warning system w/Lane Change Assist function (BSW with LCA):

BSW with LCA uses a microwave radar unit located inside the rear bumper to detect vehicles approaching or in the rear blind spots, illuminating a signal in the door mirror. If the driver activates an indicator to move in the direction of a vehicle at the rear quarter, an alarm sounds and flashes the door mirror indicator. (Barbarian X model)

Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA):

RCTA uses a microwave radar unit located inside the rear bumper to detect vehicles approaching from the rear quarter or crossing behind the vehicle, alerting the driver to the presence of a vehicle or pedestrian by sounding a warning and flashing a message in the instrument cluster. (Barbarian X model)

Ultrasonic Mis-acceleration mitigation System (UMS):

UMS uses sensors located in the bumpers to detect an obstacle within four metres in the direction of movement it sounds an alert and reduces engine power if the driver mistakenly presses the accelerator too quickly or too hard. (Barbarian X model)

Safety features standard across the range include the Emergency Brake Assist, Emergency Stop Signal (ESS), Active Stability Control (ASC), Traction Control (TCL), Hill Start Assist (HSA) and Trailer Stability Assist (TSA), with Warrior models and above also including Lane Departure Warning (LDW).

These are in addition to the new off-road systems, Hill Descent Control (HDC) (Barbarian models and above) and Off-Road 4X4 modes.

BRILLIANT PICK-UP TRUCK

Mitsubishi Motors has put considerable time and effort into improving the L200’s looks and making it more car-like to drive and run, but that’s not to say any of the core principles that has made the L200 such a huge success over five generations and 40 years have been forgotten.

First and foremost, the Mitsubishi L200 is a working vehicle and with its strengthened chassis and stronger brakes benefits from a payload increase from 1,045kg to 1,080kg, while it also has one of the highest gross train weights in the pickup segment at up to 6,155kg. That means it can not only tow 3.5-tonnes, it can also carry up to 625kg of payload at the same time.

Another unique feature of the Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 is its ability to drive in four-wheel drive mode at any speed and to be switched from 2WD to 4WD at speeds of up to 62mph – the only one-tonne pickup equipped with a low-ratio transfer case which can offer this kind versatility. What this means for drivers is that if conditions suddenly turn nasty they have the added security of switching to all-wheel drive for improved stability and traction.

Although it’s responsive steering ensures the Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 feels surprisingly agile on twisty roads, in combination with a high level of front wheel articulation it also helps it feel nimble and manoeuvrable when turning around or parking. The large size and unwieldy feel of many pickup trucks can put some people off owning one, but the L200, with its class-leading turning circle of 11.8 metres, never feels cumbersome to drive and is particularly adept at negotiating tight and tricky spaces.

Practicality is still excellent with its 1,520mm bed matching that of the Series 5, while new side steps and bumper steps mean access to the rear is easier than ever. A wider range of accessories than ever before will be offered on the L200 Series 6, including sport bars, sport hoops, top boxes, roller shutters, bed liners, a tailgate damper, tailgate assist and a host of new styling accessories.

Of course, where the L200 Series 6 truly stands apart from the competition is in terms of its off-road performance – one of Mitsubishi Motors’ defining strengths. The new Super Select 4WD-II system offer the driver four drive options, 2H, 4H, 4H with a locked centre differential and 4LLc low-ratio, again with a locked differential. These systems work in tandem with the car’s traction and stability control systems to provide incredible all-terrain capability in addition to exceptional all-weather on-road performance.

The Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian and Barbarian X also brings two new systems to further improve its off-road ability: Off-Road Modes and Hill Descent Control (HDC). Both are operated via switches next to the 4WD dial selector and are available with both manual and automatic models. HDC maintains a constant vehicle speed when descending a gradient and where engine braking alone may not be enough and can keep the vehicle speed constant of between 2mph and 12mph when driving downhill. The set speed can be adjusted by the driver and is controlled by the stability control system.

The new Off-road Modes system offers four specific drivetrain/driver aid settings depending on the terrain: Gravel, Mud/Snow, Sand and Rock (only in 4LLc). The system regulates wheel slip, engine torque, automatic transmission settings (where fitted) and Active Stability Control and Traction Control intervention to maximise traction and maintain progress even in the most challenging of situations.

The Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 is available to order now and with prices ranging from £21,515 (OTR CV price) for the 4Life Club Cab to £32,200 for the range-topping Barbarian X.

Specification Highlights:

4Life Club Cab £21,515 (CV OTR)

  • Easy Select 4WD system with additional rear differential lock
  • Colour-keyed front bumper with dynamic shield styling
  • 16” steel wheel with a full size spare wheel
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Air-conditioning
  • Electric windows and door mirrors
  • Bluetooth, USB and steering wheel audio controls
  • Rear hinged rear doors and silver side steps


Double Cab £22,715
(CV OTR/additional to Club Cab)

  • 16” alloy wheels with a full size steel spare
  • Cruise control with adjustable speed limiter
  • Electric rear windows
  • Full size rear doors with rear bench seating


Warrior £26,400 Manual / £27,800
Auto (CV OTR/additional to 4Life DC)

  • Super select 4WD
  • 18-inch alloy wheels (with full-size alloy spare)
  • Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM)
  • Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
  • Automatic dual-zone climate control
  • Touchscreen infotainment system with DAB
  • LED headlights and LED DRLs
  • Headlamp washers
  • Front fog lamps
  • Automatic headlamps
  • Automatic wipers
  • Auto-dimming rear view mirror
  • LED taillights
  • Leather steering wheel and gear knob
  • Piano black and silver cabin detailing
  • Folding, heated door mirrors
  • Reversing camera
  • Rear step bumper
  • Privacy glass
  • Warrior door decals


Barbarian £29,300 Manual / £30,700 Auto
(CV list price/additional to Warrior)

  • Hill Descent Control (HDC)
  • Off-Road Mode
  • Leather upholstery with power driver’s seat
  • Front heated seats
  • Tailgate with damper and spring assisted closing
  • Barbarian mat set
  • Mood lighting & puddle lamps
  • Illuminated “Barbarian” door entry guards
  • Rear USB x2 with smartphone tray
  • Barbarian door decals


Barbarian X £32,200
(CV list price/additional to Barbarian)

  • New Barbarian X six-pack leather seats with Alston inserts
  • 360-degree camera system
  • Blind Spot Warning (BSW)
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)
  • Ultrasonic Mis-acceleration System (UMS)
  • Auto High Beam (AHB)
  • LED front fog lamps
  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • Heated steering wheel
  • LED number plate lights
  • LED interior light package
  • Illuminated “Barbarian X” door entry guards
  • Barbarian X mat set
  • Barbarian X decal kit including a tailgate decal


Pricing:

Version

OTR Price* (Sept 2019)

L200 Club Cab 4Life Manual 4WD

£21,515

L200 Double Cab 4Life Manual 4WD

£22,715

L200 Double Cab Warrior Manual 4WD

£26,400

L200 Double Cab Warrior Auto 4WD

£27,800

L200 Double Cab Barbarian Manual 4WD

£29,300

L200 Double Cab Barbarian Auto 4WD

£30,700

L200 Double Cab Barbarian X Auto 4WD

£32,200

*OTR price includes first registration fee and VED. Metallic, pearlescent and diamond paint extra.

Technical specification

 

Club Cab

4WD M/T

Double Cab

4WD M/T

Double Cab

4WD A/T

Length

5,295 mm

5,305 mm

5,305 mm

 

Width

1,815 mm

1,815 mm

1,815 mm

 

Height

1,780 mm

1,780 mm

1,780 mm

 

Wheelbase

3,000 mm

3,000 mm

3,000 mm

 

Tracks (Fr / Rr)

1,520 mm / 1,515 mm

1,520 mm / 1,515 mm

1,520 mm / 1,515 mm

 

Cargo floor height

850 mm

850 mm

850 mm

 

Turning circle

11.8 m

11.8 m

11.8 m

 

Bed Length

1,850 mm

1,520 mm

1,520 mm

 

Bed Width

1,470 mm

1,470 mm

1,470 mm

 

Bed Height

475 mm

475 mm

475 mm

 

Towing capacity

3,100kg (2 axle trailer) 3,500 kg (3 axle trailer)

 

Curb weight

1,935 kg

1,970 to 2,035 kg

1,970 to 2,035 kg

 

Gross Train Weight

6,080 kg

6,155 kg

6,150 kg

 

Payload

1,080 kg

1,080 kg

1,075 kg

 

Seating capacity

4

5

5

 

               

 

Ground clearance

205 mm

205 mm

205 mm

Approach angle

30°

30°

30°

Breakover angle

24°

24°

24°

Departure angle

22°

22°

22°

Lateral travel angle

45°

45°

45°

Chassis

Body-on-Frame

Front Suspension

Double Wishbone, Coil springs, Anti-roll bar

Rear Suspension

Solid Axle, Elliptic Leaf Springs

Steering

Hydraulic power-assisted, Rack & Pinion

Front Brakes

320mm ventilated front discs with two-piston callipers

Rear Brakes

295mm drums

Tyres

245/70R16

265/60R18

265/60R18

Engine

4N14 inline 4-cyl, all-aluminium, DOHC, 16V, common rail, direct Injection turbo-diesel with intercooler, Auto Stop & Go and SCR with AdBlue*

Bore X stroke

86.0 x 97.6 mm

Displacement

2,268cc

Compression ratio

14.4

hp @ rpm

150 @ 3,500 rpm

Nm @ rpm

400 @ 2,000 rpm

Gearbox

6 MT

6 MT

6 AT + paddle shift

4WD System

Easy Select 4WD w/low ratio and rear diff lock

 Super select 4WD-II with low ratio (+ Off Road Mode system and HDC)

Emission Control

Euro6d temp

Euro6d temp

Euro6d temp

Fuel economy (MPG)*

37.2 NEDC Correlated

32.1 WLTP

37.2 NEDC Correlated

32.1 WLTP

36.2 NEDC Correlated

29.1 WLTP

CO2 emissions (g/km)*

199 NEDC Correlated

231 WLTP

199 NEDC Correlated

231 WLTP

206 NEDC Correlated

254 WLTP

Max. speed (MPH)

108

108

106

Warranty

5 Years / 62,500 miles

Service Intervals

12,500 miles / 12 months

Insurance Group

37E – 42E

Anti-Perforation Warranty

12 Year Anti-Corrosion Perforation

Roadside Assistance

3 Year Pan-European roadside assistance including Home Start

* Subject to final homologation **Where permitted

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ABOUT MITSUBISHI MOTORS

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation is a global automobile company based in Tokyo, Japan, which has a competitive edge in SUVs and pickup trucks, electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. Since the Mitsubishi group produced its first car more than a century ago, we have demonstrated an ambitious and often disruptive approach, developing new vehicle genres and pioneering cutting-edge technologies. Deeply rooted in Mitsubishi Motors’ DNA, our brand strategy will appeal to ambitious drivers, willing to challenge conventional wisdom and ready to embrace change. Consistent with this mindset, Mitsubishi Motors introduced its new brand strategy in 2017, expressed in its “Drive your Ambition” tagline – a combination of personal drive and forward attitude, and a reflection of the constant dialogue between the brand and its customers. Today Mitsubishi Motors is committed to continuous investment in innovative new technologies, attractive design and product development, bringing exciting and authentic new vehicles to customers around the world.

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  • New Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 builds on 40 years of heritage
  • Dynamic Shield design language underpins bold new look
  • New 2,268cc turbo diesel with AdBlue – ultra clean and efficient
  • Automatic transmission option now with six speeds
  • Enhanced ride and handling – stiffer chassis plus new springs and dampers
  • Class-leading active safety technology
  • Increased payload and gross train weight
  • A more versatile pickup, yet more car-like to drive and run

IN BRIEF:

The new Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 is the culmination of Mitsubishi Motors’ 40-year history of building tough, reliable pickup trucks. The latest incarnation of the legendary Mitsubishi pickup, which has accumulated over 4.7 million sales since its debut in 1978, sets new standards of all-round capability in the fiercely-competitive pickup sector.

While the Mitsubishi L200 has long been renowned for its formidable off-road performance, as well as it dependability and durability, the Series 6 brings new levels of comfort, refinement, efficiency and safety to the pickup segment – hence the ‘Engineered Beyond Tough’ strapline: The new model has been honed to exceed our customers’ expectations of what a pickup truck is capable of, in part thanks to the feedback gleaned directly from enthusiasts of the L200.

Accounting for around a third of Mitsubishi Motors in the UK’s overall sales the L200 is a stalwart of the range and with Series 6 its popularity is likely to grow ever stronger, appealing not only to those who demand the very best working truck but also those customers who desire the practicality of a pickup truck yet who do not wish to compromise on refinement, style, running costs and driving enjoyment.

In short, the L200 Series 6 is the best looking and most capable pickup Mitsubishi Motors has ever produced. With its advanced four-wheel drive system (offering four new off road 4X4 modes and the security of driving in four-wheel drive mode at any speed), a payload of up to 1,080kg, towing capacity of up to 3.5 tonnes, safety features that are unique to its sector and an unrivalled car-like driving experience, no other truck comes close to the all-round brilliance of the Mitsubishi L200 Series 6.

THE HIGHLIGHTS:

All-new exterior design:

  • All-new front-end dominated by striking ‘Dynamic Shield’ design identity
  • New clamshell bonnet raised by 40mm – easier to “place” on road
  • Slim LED headlamps, LED DRLs and LED tail lamps on the majority of range
  • Purposeful, squared-off wheel arches
  • All new rear end with new metalwork and rear bumper
  • New 18-inch alloy wheels as standard (except 4Life)


Driving Dynamics
:

  • New 2,268cc diesel engine with AdBlue – clean and efficient
  • Six-speed manual or new six-speed automatic transmission
  • Larger front brakes with two-piston calipers
  • Revised suspension front and rear plus a reinforced chassis
  • Larger wheels and tyres for more grip and refinement
  • Improved ride comfort and handling
  • Aerodynamic enhancements to reduce wind noise


More Versatile Pickup

  • Improved payload of up to 1,080kg
  • Higher Gross Train Weight of up to 6,155kg
  • 5-tonne towing capacity plus up to 625kg payload
  • Super Select II 4WD system – most advanced in segment
  • Class exclusive off-road modes
  • Low running costs - Low insurance group, improved fuel economy
  • 21-litre AdBlue tank – up to 12k miles between fills


Advanced new safety features and technologies
:

  • Blind Spot Warning system with Lane Change Assist function (Barbarian X)
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert system (Barbarian X)
  • Forward Collision Mitigation system (Warrior and above)
  • Ultrasonic Misacceleration Mitigation System (Barbarian X)
  • Lane Departure Warning (LDW) (Warrior and above)
  • Active Stability Control (ASC) & Traction Control (TCL)
  • Hill Start Assist (HSA)
  • Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) function
  • Trailer Stability Assist (TSA)


New interior features

  • New top trim level with bespoke new Barbarian X upholstery
  • Revised front seats with improved bolstering
  • Chunkier steering wheel now available heated
  • New instrumentation, including a full-colour LCD display
  • Enhanced visual detailing with improved storage and charge points
  • Touchscreen infotainment with smartphone connectivity


IN DETAIL:

BRILLIANT LOOKS:

The new Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 has undergone a significant re-design compared to its predecessor, debuting a bold exterior design that complements its advanced drivetrain and impressive on- and off-road performance.

The entire front-end from the windscreen forward is brand new, dominated by Mitsubishi Motors’ bold new Dynamic Shield design language, which not only defines the look of the L200 Series 6 but also makes it instantly recognisable as a Mitsubishi, giving it the same family features as the ASX, Eclipse Cross and Outlander. Its new clamshell-style bonnet has been raised by 40mm and its headlamps sit a full 100mm higher, giving the L200 significantly more presence while also making it easier to place the vehicle while driving.

The slim new light clusters house LED headlamps and LED Daytime Running Lights (standard on all but the entry-level 4Life version) while the Barbarian X model also features LED fog lamps as standard, set into distinctive sculpted recesses on the front corners. Completing the new front end styling is a more pronounced and substantial bumper, contributing to the rugged new look while still allowing for a 30-degree approach angle when adventuring off-road.

Along the flanks there are larger, squared-off wheel arches, set into chunky bodywork flares, which are filled with 18-inch wheels as standard (except 4Life) for improved looks, grip and stability. New, streamlined mirrors and sleeker bodywork around the rear improve aerodynamics and acoustic performance, while new side steps - raised slightly to protect them from damage when putting the L200’s 24-degree break-over angle to the test - are also wider to give occupants a better foothold when getting in and out.

At the rear of the Mitsubishi L200 Series 6, every one of the rear panels have also been changed to balance the robust, tough look of the L200’s new front end. Highlights of the redesigned rear end include new light clusters with LED tail lamps (on Warrior model upwards) and a new tailgate that is available with a damper and tailgate assist for effortless opening and closing on the Barbarian models. A new, more substantial rear bumper offers better protection and a much larger area for stepping on, whilst still offering the same 22-degree departure angle as its predecessor.

The extensive changes to the exterior are completed with the availability of four new colours – Sunflare Orange, White Diamond, Volcanic Red and Graphite Grey. Employing similar paint technology to Red Diamond, which debuted on the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, White Diamond combines pearl and metallic finishes to create a lacquer-like effect where the colour seems to change depending on the light.

The interior of the new L200 has also been greatly enhanced for Series 6. The front seats have improved side bolstering and there are new seat materials and new door card inserts, too. The chunkier steering wheel is now available heated on top models and there’s new instrumentation as well, including a full colour LCD display – vital for the operation of the many new safety features.

The dashboard is enhanced with new silver garnish on either side of the centre stack, in line with other Mitsubishi SUVs, and there are new knee pads on the centre for improved comfort in corners and when driving off-road. There is improved storage room for smaller items, including front and rear smartphone trays, as well as new USB ports in the rear on Barbarian models.

The new top-of-the-range Barbarian X version gets bespoke “six pack” seat upholstery with matching door inserts and arm rests, as well as special door entry-guards, LED mood lighting and LED interior lights.

BRILLIANT CAR
While the latest Mitsubishi L200 continues the legacy of its predecessor to deliver excellent off-road performance and real-world capability, it has also been developed to be the most car-like pickup Mitsubishi has ever produced.

At its heart is a new 2,268cc, all aluminium, turbo-diesel engine offering improved refinement and, crucially, greatly enhanced efficiency. Engine power is now 150hp and peak torque is 400Nm, which is produced 500rpm lower down the rev range than the Series 5 for improved drivability. The new engine ensures the L200 Series 6 is fully Euro 6d compliant (and readily adaptable for future emissions regulations) while also offers owners a significant improvement in fuel economy. The WLTP combined-cycle fuel efficiency figures for the Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 are 32.1mpg for the manual version and 29.1mpg for the automatic version – figures that owners should easily be able to match or even surpass in the real world.

To ensure the Mitsubishi L200 is amongst the cleanest pickups on the market, it is now equipped with Auto Stop and Go and AdBlue across the range to neutralise harmful pollutants and minimise its environmental impact. It’s also got the largest AdBlue tank of any rival at 21-litres, so in normal use it should only need to be filled during regular service intervals. Topping up, if required, is quick and simple thanks to a dedicated AdBlue filler on the rear wing.

The standard six-speed manual and new six-speed automatic transmission also help to optimise efficiency. Compared to the previous five-speed automatic of the L200 Series 5, the new six-speed version is also lighter and engineered to ensure the engine is operating at its most efficient when cruising or operating under light load, while still giving the driver quick access to the engine’s peak torque whenever it is required. Steering-wheel mounted paddle shifters are standard with automatic models to offer drivers even more control over engine performance if they so desire.

While the new engine is the biggest mechanical change, arguably the most noticeable improvement made to the L200 Series 6 involve its driving dynamics. By strengthening the chassis for improved torsional rigidity and fitting new springs and dampers all round, Mitsubishi has significantly enhanced the driving experience in terms of ride and handling, further adding to its car-like feel. To maximise comfort regardless of payload, the L200 benefits from increased spring rates at the front, revised dampers front and rear and a greater number of leaves for the rear springs.

Combined with larger brakes – now 320mm with two-piston callipers - the revised suspension not only helps the Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 to carry an increased payload of up to 1,080kg (or up to 625kg while towing 3.5 tonnes) it offers a significant improvement in ride quality – laden or unladen - and the reduced body roll and larger, grippier tyres help inspire confidence and give the L200 a surprisingly agile feel for such a big vehicle. Usefully, it remains the narrowest and lowest vehicle in its segment, further enhancing its carlike feel, while its new suite of safety equipment will give anyone new to pickups added confidence and peace of mind in all driving scenarios. The safety systems include:

360-degree Camera:

Four cameras located in the front, rear and in the door mirrors monitor the area around the vehicle and generate a bird’s eye view to highlight any hidden obstacles. The in-dash display also shows the front camera view when the vehicle is in forward gears/Drive and the rear camera view when in reverse. (Barbarian X model)

Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM):

FCM uses camera and laser radar systems to detect a vehicle or pedestrian ahead. When the system determines there is risk of a collision, it sounds an audible alert and, if the driver doesn’t response, activates FCM braking. (Warrior models & above)

Blind Spot Warning system w/Lane Change Assist function (BSW with LCA):

BSW with LCA uses a microwave radar unit located inside the rear bumper to detect vehicles approaching or in the rear blind spots, illuminating a signal in the door mirror. If the driver activates an indicator to move in the direction of a vehicle at the rear quarter, an alarm sounds and flashes the door mirror indicator. (Barbarian X model)

Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA):

RCTA uses a microwave radar unit located inside the rear bumper to detect vehicles approaching from the rear quarter or crossing behind the vehicle, alerting the driver to the presence of a vehicle or pedestrian by sounding a warning and flashing a message in the instrument cluster. (Barbarian X model)

Ultrasonic Mis-acceleration mitigation System (UMS):

UMS uses sensors located in the bumpers to detect an obstacle within four metres in the direction of movement it sounds an alert and reduces engine power if the driver mistakenly presses the accelerator too quickly or too hard. (Barbarian X model)

Safety features standard across the range include the Emergency Brake Assist, Emergency Stop Signal (ESS), Active Stability Control (ASC), Traction Control (TCL), Hill Start Assist (HSA) and Trailer Stability Assist (TSA), with Warrior models and above also including Lane Departure Warning (LDW).

These are in addition to the new off-road systems, Hill Descent Control (HDC) (Barbarian models and above) and Off-Road 4X4 modes.

BRILLIANT PICK-UP TRUCK

Mitsubishi Motors has put considerable time and effort into improving the L200’s looks and making it more car-like to drive and run, but that’s not to say any of the core principles that has made the L200 such a huge success over five generations and 40 years have been forgotten.

First and foremost, the Mitsubishi L200 is a working vehicle and with its strengthened chassis and stronger brakes benefits from a payload increase from 1,045kg to 1,080kg, while it also has one of the highest gross train weights in the pickup segment at up to 6,155kg. That means it can not only tow 3.5-tonnes, it can also carry up to 625kg of payload at the same time.

Another unique feature of the Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 is its ability to drive in four-wheel drive mode at any speed and to be switched from 2WD to 4WD at speeds of up to 62mph – the only one-tonne pickup equipped with a low-ratio transfer case which can offer this kind versatility. What this means for drivers is that if conditions suddenly turn nasty they have the added security of switching to all-wheel drive for improved stability and traction.

Although it’s responsive steering ensures the Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 feels surprisingly agile on twisty roads, in combination with a high level of front wheel articulation it also helps it feel nimble and manoeuvrable when turning around or parking. The large size and unwieldy feel of many pickup trucks can put some people off owning one, but the L200, with its class-leading turning circle of 11.8 metres, never feels cumbersome to drive and is particularly adept at negotiating tight and tricky spaces.

Practicality is still excellent with its 1,520mm bed matching that of the Series 5, while new side steps and bumper steps mean access to the rear is easier than ever. A wider range of accessories than ever before will be offered on the L200 Series 6, including sport bars, sport hoops, top boxes, roller shutters, bed liners, a tailgate damper, tailgate assist and a host of new styling accessories.

Of course, where the L200 Series 6 truly stands apart from the competition is in terms of its off-road performance – one of Mitsubishi Motors’ defining strengths. The new Super Select 4WD-II system offer the driver four drive options, 2H, 4H, 4H with a locked centre differential and 4LLc low-ratio, again with a locked differential. These systems work in tandem with the car’s traction and stability control systems to provide incredible all-terrain capability in addition to exceptional all-weather on-road performance.

The Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian and Barbarian X also brings two new systems to further improve its off-road ability: Off-Road Modes and Hill Descent Control (HDC). Both are operated via switches next to the 4WD dial selector and are available with both manual and automatic models. HDC maintains a constant vehicle speed when descending a gradient and where engine braking alone may not be enough and can keep the vehicle speed constant of between 2mph and 12mph when driving downhill. The set speed can be adjusted by the driver and is controlled by the stability control system.

The new Off-road Modes system offers four specific drivetrain/driver aid settings depending on the terrain: Gravel, Mud/Snow, Sand and Rock (only in 4LLc). The system regulates wheel slip, engine torque, automatic transmission settings (where fitted) and Active Stability Control and Traction Control intervention to maximise traction and maintain progress even in the most challenging of situations.

The Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 is available to order now and with prices ranging from £21,515 (OTR CV price) for the 4Life Club Cab to £32,200 for the range-topping Barbarian X.

Specification Highlights:

4Life Club Cab £21,515 (CV OTR)

  • Easy Select 4WD system with additional rear differential lock
  • Colour-keyed front bumper with dynamic shield styling
  • 16” steel wheel with a full size spare wheel
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Air-conditioning
  • Electric windows and door mirrors
  • Bluetooth, USB and steering wheel audio controls
  • Rear hinged rear doors and silver side steps


Double Cab £22,715
(CV OTR/additional to Club Cab)

  • 16” alloy wheels with a full size steel spare
  • Cruise control with adjustable speed limiter
  • Electric rear windows
  • Full size rear doors with rear bench seating


Warrior £26,400 Manual / £27,800
Auto (CV OTR/additional to 4Life DC)

  • Super select 4WD
  • 18-inch alloy wheels (with full-size alloy spare)
  • Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM)
  • Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
  • Automatic dual-zone climate control
  • Touchscreen infotainment system with DAB
  • LED headlights and LED DRLs
  • Headlamp washers
  • Front fog lamps
  • Automatic headlamps
  • Automatic wipers
  • Auto-dimming rear view mirror
  • LED taillights
  • Leather steering wheel and gear knob
  • Piano black and silver cabin detailing
  • Folding, heated door mirrors
  • Reversing camera
  • Rear step bumper
  • Privacy glass
  • Warrior door decals


Barbarian £29,300 Manual / £30,700 Auto
(CV list price/additional to Warrior)

  • Hill Descent Control (HDC)
  • Off-Road Mode
  • Leather upholstery with power driver’s seat
  • Front heated seats
  • Tailgate with damper and spring assisted closing
  • Barbarian mat set
  • Mood lighting & puddle lamps
  • Illuminated “Barbarian” door entry guards
  • Rear USB x2 with smartphone tray
  • Barbarian door decals


Barbarian X £32,200
(CV list price/additional to Barbarian)

  • New Barbarian X six-pack leather seats with Alston inserts
  • 360-degree camera system
  • Blind Spot Warning (BSW)
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)
  • Ultrasonic Mis-acceleration System (UMS)
  • Auto High Beam (AHB)
  • LED front fog lamps
  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • Heated steering wheel
  • LED number plate lights
  • LED interior light package
  • Illuminated “Barbarian X” door entry guards
  • Barbarian X mat set
  • Barbarian X decal kit including a tailgate decal


Pricing:

Version

OTR Price* (Sept 2019)

L200 Club Cab 4Life Manual 4WD

£21,515

L200 Double Cab 4Life Manual 4WD

£22,715

L200 Double Cab Warrior Manual 4WD

£26,400

L200 Double Cab Warrior Auto 4WD

£27,800

L200 Double Cab Barbarian Manual 4WD

£29,300

L200 Double Cab Barbarian Auto 4WD

£30,700

L200 Double Cab Barbarian X Auto 4WD

£32,200

*OTR price includes first registration fee and VED. Metallic, pearlescent and diamond paint extra.

Technical specification

 

Club Cab

4WD M/T

Double Cab

4WD M/T

Double Cab

4WD A/T

Length

5,295 mm

5,305 mm

5,305 mm

 

Width

1,815 mm

1,815 mm

1,815 mm

 

Height

1,780 mm

1,780 mm

1,780 mm

 

Wheelbase

3,000 mm

3,000 mm

3,000 mm

 

Tracks (Fr / Rr)

1,520 mm / 1,515 mm

1,520 mm / 1,515 mm

1,520 mm / 1,515 mm

 

Cargo floor height

850 mm

850 mm

850 mm

 

Turning circle

11.8 m

11.8 m

11.8 m

 

Bed Length

1,850 mm

1,520 mm

1,520 mm

 

Bed Width

1,470 mm

1,470 mm

1,470 mm

 

Bed Height

475 mm

475 mm

475 mm

 

Towing capacity

3,100kg (2 axle trailer) 3,500 kg (3 axle trailer)

 

Curb weight

1,935 kg

1,970 to 2,035 kg

1,970 to 2,035 kg

 

Gross Train Weight

6,080 kg

6,155 kg

6,150 kg

 

Payload

1,080 kg

1,080 kg

1,075 kg

 

Seating capacity

4

5

5

 

               

 

Ground clearance

205 mm

205 mm

205 mm

Approach angle

30°

30°

30°

Breakover angle

24°

24°

24°

Departure angle

22°

22°

22°

Lateral travel angle

45°

45°

45°

Chassis

Body-on-Frame

Front Suspension

Double Wishbone, Coil springs, Anti-roll bar

Rear Suspension

Solid Axle, Elliptic Leaf Springs

Steering

Hydraulic power-assisted, Rack & Pinion

Front Brakes

320mm ventilated front discs with two-piston callipers

Rear Brakes

295mm drums

Tyres

245/70R16

265/60R18

265/60R18

Engine

4N14 inline 4-cyl, all-aluminium, DOHC, 16V, common rail, direct Injection turbo-diesel with intercooler, Auto Stop & Go and SCR with AdBlue*

Bore X stroke

86.0 x 97.6 mm

Displacement

2,268cc

Compression ratio

14.4

hp @ rpm

150 @ 3,500 rpm

Nm @ rpm

400 @ 2,000 rpm

Gearbox

6 MT

6 MT

6 AT + paddle shift

4WD System

Easy Select 4WD w/low ratio and rear diff lock

 Super select 4WD-II with low ratio (+ Off Road Mode system and HDC)

Emission Control

Euro6d temp

Euro6d temp

Euro6d temp

Fuel economy (MPG)*

37.2 NEDC Correlated

32.1 WLTP

37.2 NEDC Correlated

32.1 WLTP

36.2 NEDC Correlated

29.1 WLTP

CO2 emissions (g/km)*

199 NEDC Correlated

231 WLTP

199 NEDC Correlated

231 WLTP

206 NEDC Correlated

254 WLTP

Max. speed (MPH)

108

108

106

Warranty

5 Years / 62,500 miles

Service Intervals

12,500 miles / 12 months

Insurance Group

37E – 42E

Anti-Perforation Warranty

12 Year Anti-Corrosion Perforation

Roadside Assistance

3 Year Pan-European roadside assistance including Home Start

* Subject to final homologation **Where permitted

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Mitsubishi Motors Corporation is a global automobile company based in Tokyo, Japan, which has a competitive edge in SUVs and pickup trucks, electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. Since the Mitsubishi group produced its first car more than a century ago, we have demonstrated an ambitious and often disruptive approach, developing new vehicle genres and pioneering cutting-edge technologies. Deeply rooted in Mitsubishi Motors’ DNA, our brand strategy will appeal to ambitious drivers, willing to challenge conventional wisdom and ready to embrace change. Consistent with this mindset, Mitsubishi Motors introduced its new brand strategy in 2017, expressed in its “Drive your Ambition” tagline – a combination of personal drive and forward attitude, and a reflection of the constant dialogue between the brand and its customers. Today Mitsubishi Motors is committed to continuous investment in innovative new technologies, attractive design and product development, bringing exciting and authentic new vehicles to customers around the world.

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