Mitsubishi’s practical L200 pickup is now into its fifth generation. But it’s still easily recognisable as an L200, despite having had around 330 updates. It combines rugged burly looks, decent off-road ability with serious carrying and towing capabilities.
The interior is basic, no shiny expensive surfaces here, but it is durable nonetheless. All the important controls are within easy reach of the driver.
To adjust the seats, you will need to use a lever as electric adjustment isn’t available. You might find the seat comfort a little disappointing, especially the leather seats in the more expensive models. All of models except those at entry-level have height ad [...]
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