Mitsubishi has unveiled its new L200

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The Mitsubishi L200 model year 2019.

The marketing of this new pick-up begins these days in Thailand, where it is produced, and then extend to the whole world. In France, the L200 will arrive in the summer of 2019.

Vehicle emblematic of Mitsubishi (its first-generation date, there are forty years of age), of which he is the second sale world behind the Outlander, L200, also known as Triton in some markets, has made a new skin. Its new generation has been unveiled by the japanese manufacturer in Bangkok, Thailand. This is where it is produced in the factory in Laem Chabang, and that it will be released first from the November 17, 2018.

 

In France in the summer of 2019

The L200 will then be launched in other countries of South-East Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and Europe, including France in the summer of 2019. In total, the L200 will be sold in 150 countries. In the course of this fiscal year April 2018-march 2019, the manufacturer wants to sell 180,000 units (current and future models combined).

“This is a model of global strategy, commented the CEO of Mitsubishi Motors, Osamu Masuko. Its success is vital for a sustainable growth of our business.” The new L200 is characterized by “a drawing is more powerful (concept Dynamic Shield, shield “dynamics”) of the front face , and an all-wheel-drive, improved (…), the most recent developments in active safety and driver assistance”. It is here in particular of the regulator of descent electronic, a new off-road mode with specific set-up depending on the coating, anti-collision, detector dead-angle, the camera 360°…

Nothing new in the side frame, it is the same as the current model. Same constant to the cabin, and only the interior has been revised. Mitsubishi indicates that the brake has been improved and that the rear shock absorbers have been expanded, giving a more comfortable road the new L200.

 

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