Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian
The range-topping Barbarian edition of the Series 5 L200 pickup is impressively kitted out with leather upholstery, LED lighting and chrome detailing on many of the exterior elements. Powered by a 4N15 engine, it is more efficient and reliable than its predecessors and also weighs less, which is another aspect that helps reduce fuel consumption.
Buyers can add a five-speed automatic gearbox to the Barbarian, which makes it easier to drive on the motorway over long distances. This smart system learns how you drive and adapts shifts to suit your habits, making the whole experience behind the wheel smoother.
Standard features on this model also include automatic windscreen wipers and headlights, as well as an onboard touchscreen entertainment and navigation system that is connected to a rear-view camera for hassle-free reversing.
Mitsubishi L200 Warrior
The Warrior keeps the leather seats of the costlier Barbarian while adding Xenon headlights, headlamp washers and a rear bumper step so that getting in and out of the load bed is less of a strain.
It also has a cutting-edge four-wheel-drive system that lets owners switch between high and low range performance on the fly. There is also a two-wheel-drive setting that slashes fuel use when providing power to all four wheels is unnecessary.
Active stability control and traction control are standard on this and all modern L200 models, ensuring that each truck can take corners and tackle slippery inclines without incident. Safety is further enhanced thanks to ABS with electronic brake-force distribution.
Mitsubishi L200 Titan
A double-cab set-up provides room for a driver and four passengers on board, while the modern technology under the skin provides benefits such as keyless entry, a push-to-start ignition system and dual-zone climate control so that everyone inside is comfortable whatever the weather.
A 6.1 inch touchscreen display provides access to radio, CD player and connectivity capabilities without the need for irritating buttons. There is also a USB input for connecting auxiliary items to this system for added convenience.
The Titan, along with its stable mates, benefits from a turning circle which is tighter than any comparable pickup truck developed by rival manufactures. When that's coupled with accurate and responsive handling, these models are fun and fluid to drive.
Mitsubishi L200 4Life
The 4Life looks just as good as its counterparts but comes in at a slightly more affordable price point. And for commercial owners the current generation offers advantages, including a speed limiter along with cruise control, alloy wheels and heavy-duty suspension as standard.
The rear differential lock gives you extra traction when one or more wheels are struggling to find any grip. And the off-road credentials of this range remain unchallenged, meaning these pickups can be used on farms, construction sites, forest trails and quarries without feeling out of place.
With several generations of the L200 available used and a host of accessories, including hard roof covers for the load bed, every possible configuration requirement should be met.