Mitsubishi is celebrating the European premiere of the new L 3 at the Geneva Motor Show (March 15.3.2015rd - 200th, 200). The fifth generation of the pick-up model has been given a more dynamic design, but retains the characteristic curved body shape as a double cab. The L 2,4 has a newly developed 154-liter diesel with an output of 181 hp and 380 hp and torques of 430 and XNUMX Newton meters. New gears are also used. The automatic transmission will in future have shift paddles behind the steering wheel.
With more space available, Mitsubishi has improved comfort. The seats and seating position have been optimized, the noise level has been reduced and, among other things, a two-zone automatic climate control has been added to the range. The four-seat Club Cab version has split doors.
In the future, the Mitsubishi L 200 will also be available with Lane Keeping Assist, trailer stabilization and hill start assist as well as bi-xenon headlights with integrated LED daytime running lights. Other innovations include the driver's knee airbag, digital radio, reversing camera and speed control with adaptive speed limitation.
Market launch is in summer 2015.
(Ampnet / jri)