Mitsubishi L200 (2006–2015)

Model History

December 2005

Pricing announced for new L200

The model line-up and pricing for the new L200 pick-up were announced by Mitsubishi. In showrooms from the end of February 2006, many prices were reduced from the outgoing range with prices starting at £12,249 CVOTR for the 4Work 4WD single cab rising to £19,999 CVOTR for the new range-topping double cab Elegance.

April 2006

Strong residual values predicted. Motor industry barometers CAP Monitor and EurotaxGlass’s hailed Mitsubishi’s new L200 pick-up as the clear segment leader for predicted residual values. The April edition of CAP Monitor confirmed that after three years and 60,000 miles the new L200 Warrior will retain around 48 per cent of its original value. As an example, the Warrior automatic priced at £17,799 CVOTR is expected to be worth £8,150 after three years.

October 2006

L200 Club Cab and the Single Cab Tipper launched

With four body-styles launched and a wide range of specifications available to suit all business needs, Mitsubishi now boasted one of the most comprehensive range of pick-ups on the market.

The Club Cab’s two-door with rear bench seat configuration provides the flexibility of either being able to carry four adults or providing additional space for secure stowage of tools and equipment. It also boasts a load bed 1.8 m long – 48 cm longer than that of the double cab. Available in 4Work, 4Life and Warrior variations, all Club Cabs feature a 2.5-litre turbo-diesel engine and come with easy-select four-wheel-drive plus rear diff-lock across the range.

The L200 Tipper has been created in conjunction with one of the UK’s most respected conversion companies, Southampton-based VFS. The flat 2405 x 1650 cm tipper bed is supported by a powder-coated sub-frame and surrounded by aluminium side and tail boards with six load-lashing points. The conversion also includes thermoplastic mudguards and a tubular rear-cab protector with infill panels and ladder stops, plus locking toolboxes located either side of the sub-frame.

August 2007

Raging Bull Limited Edition launched

Badged the L200 Raging Bull to tie in with Vickery’s exclusive performance clothing company, the new model comes with £2,000 worth of extras for free. Only available in vibrant Aztec Red and as a Double Cab vehicle, the L200 Raging Bull includes a number of unique features. Most obvious is the dramatic Raging Bull motif at the base of the driver and passenger doors. It’s also stitched into the back support of the leather front seats, and stamped into the front door entry guards.

March 2008

Awarded four star Euro NCAP rating

Impressive four star rating was ahead of the competition like the Ford Ranger with two stars and the Isuzu Rodeo with just one star.

January 2009

L200 Trojan launched

Like the previous generation, the new L200 Trojan is positioned to sit just below the L200 Warrior, with a competitive price-point and standard equipment including 16-inch alloy wheels, super select 4WD, a trip computer, rear electric windows, colour coded wheelarch extensions, chrome door handles, a rear differential lock. CD stereo, climate control, privacy glass, a Cat 1 alarm and chrome heated folding electric mirrors.

The L200 Trojan will be available in Aztec Red (solid), Cosmos Black (metallic), Sapphire Blue (metallic) and Starlight Silver (metallic) costing £350 plus VAT.

April 2010

L200 Trojan Double Cab launched

The L200 Trojan will only be available with Mitsubishi’s ‘standard bed’ option and is positioned to sit just below the L200 Warrior in specification and pricing, while offering exceptional value for money. The vehicle will feature the following high level of standard equipment: Euro IV 2.5 DI-D common rail turbodiesel engine, 16-inch alloy wheels, rear differential lock, super select 4WD, CD stereo, trip computer, climate control, rear electric window, chrome electric door mirrors with heater/folding function, colour coded wheel arch extensions, privacy glass, chrome outer door handles and a Cat 1 alarm.

May 2012

L200 Barbarian Black model introduced

It gets added stylish accessories in the form of a black satin roof, sports grille, resin guard, wing mirrors and door handles, plus the fuel filler cap, light bezels, rear bar and side steps all transform the L200 Barbarian. This is all finished off with black 17-inch alloy wheels and all new carbon effect leather seats. Available in both manual and automatic derivatives, the L200 Barbarian Black features an impressive range of additional equipment to the standard Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian.

October 2012

Mitsubishi Motors announced that the Mitsubishi L200 now comes with the longest warranty of any pick-up truck in the UK marketplace, providing customers with peace of mind for a class-leading five years/125,000 miles.

November 2012

Rated by Warranty Direct as the Most Reliable Car of the past 15 years based on Warranty Direct claims statistics.

January 2015

L200 Challenger launched

The new addition priced from £16,499 and comes witha 175bhp engine, Super Select 4WD system, 17-inch alloy wheels, cruise control, climate control air conditioning, automatic rain & dusk sensors, privacy glass, Bluetooth, plus a leather steering wheel and gear lever.

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