The Mitsubishi L200 is one of the most popular pickups in the world - in the UK it accounts for a third of all Mitsubishi’s sales. The newest version was updated in 2019 and updated with an additional trim level in 2020.
For 2020, there are five main trim levels for the Mitsubishi L200:
- Barbarian X
Generally speaking, the L200 has reasonably generous equipment levels.
The entry level 4Life has 16-inch steel wheels, air-conditioning, body-colour front bumper and remote keyless entry. The 4Life is the only model in the range with part-time four-wheel drive and it’s only offered with a manual gearbox. The double cab version has alloys as standard as well as cruise control.
The rest of the range has 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, auto-dimming rear view mirror, autonomous emergency braking, lane departure warning and dual-zone climate control.
The ‘top of the range’ Barbarian X gets the full suite of technology as well.
Mitsubishi says that as a result of customer feedback they have made the L200 look more ‘aggressive’ - angular foglights and narrow, high-mounted headlights are signatures here.
The L200 is one of the narrowest pickups on the market so is able to be driven with confidence in towns and although weight has increased, it’s still far from the weight restriction that would limit its legal speeds to those of a van.
The interior has had a very subtle cosmetic makeover – not very much at all of note to point out.
This L200 is offered with just one engine: a new 2.3-litre turbodiesel producing 150hp and 400Nm (from 2,000rpm). It’s got an AdBlue tank large enough to last 12,000 miles between fills and stop-start technology as standard.
The L200 drives close to an SUV so doesn’t feel awkward on the roads and as a commercial vehicle has good payload and towing capacity – overall a well reviewed vehicle.
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