The New Mitsubishi l200 will be released on November 9th for all types of Non Status Van Leasing.

The Mitsubishi L200 is the UK’s most popular pick-up truck and has remained a defining vehicle in the UK pick up truck market for 40 years. Now with the new model release being only a fortnight away, we run through what we know about the non status van leasing prices for this fantastic vehicle and its new technical specs.

After the release of the blacked out front image on the new Mitsubishi L200 released earlier this month, we have now received a new daylight image of the vehicle. Unfortunately it is completely obscured by dust!

This brand new Series 6 version of the popular pick up truck has been shrouded in secrecy. This small glimpse into the body work suggests a new, more aggressive front design. This design includes separate foglight units that are now mounted below the main LED Daytime Running Lights, taking clear inspiration from Mitsubishi’s brand new Shogun Sport. This is designed to be “engineered beyond tough,” however Mitsubishi have not released any technical specs for the new L200 apart from the Series 6 including enhanced performance, durability, safety, functionality and refinement. What we can tell, is that the New L200 includes a redesigned grille and LED daytime running lights as well as new crease lines that extend along the top of each wheel arch.

The Cabin of the Series 6 Mitsubishi L200 is expected to redesigned and feature stylistic influences from Mitsubishi’s latest offerings like the face-lifted Outlander and the Eclipse Cross

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In the previous teaser image a huge gap between the wheelarch lip and the tyre’s edge suggest that long-travel suspension will be used to maintain the L200’s off-road pedigree. The headlights are narrow and sleek, showing a progression away from the function-over-form rule of previous generation L200s. New larger fog lights can also be seen in the image, which help give the front end a more bulky and aggressive look.

Not only has the new L200 got to face off against current rivals such as Isuzu D-MAX, Nissan Navara and Toyota Hilux but also against a crop of new pick-ups. Since the current generation Mitsubishi L200 went on sale in 2014, the pick-up game has changed with the introduction of the new class leaders. There is growing demand globally for more premium models such as the Mercedes X-Class and VW Amarok, and we’ve also seen the introduction of performance off-road pick-ups such as the upcoming Ford Ranger Raptor.

Author: Jake Weaver

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