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Which pick-up should I get to replace my Mitsubishi L200?

I'm looking to trade in my 2006 Mitsubishi L200 but I'm stuck for choice. I want something 2014 onwards and keep seeing the Ford Ranger, although I've seen some horror stories about reliability.What's you recommendation for a good replacement.

Asked on 1 August 2017 by iroger057

Answered by Dan Powell
The best pick-up for comfort and fuel economy is the latest Nissan Navara: vans.honestjohn.co.uk/van-reviews/nissan/navara-np.../ If car-like comfort and refinement are not high on your list of priorities then the Isuzu D-Max would be worth considering: vans.honestjohn.co.uk/van-reviews/isuzu/d-max-2012/ I'd add the SsangYong Musso to your list too. Admittedly, it’s rough around the edges in terms of refinement, but will tow 3.5 tonnes when hooked to a braked trailer. It’s also backed by SsangYong’s comprehensive five-year unlimited mileage warranty.

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