In late 2005 / early 2006, Mitsubishi had great success with its previous generation ‘L200 Trojan’ Special Edition. Now, in these tough times for UK businesses, Mitsubishi has released news of a new Special Edition Trojan, offering comprehensive levels of specification and striking looks with a great value for money package.

Like the previous generation, the new L200 Trojan is positioned to sit just below the L200 Warrior, with a great price-point and the following standard equipment:

  • 16″ Alloy Wheels
  • Rear Differential Lock
  • Super Select 4WD
  • CD Player with MP3
  • Multifunction Trip Computer
  • Climate Control
  • Rear Electric Window
  • Privacy Glass
  • Colour Coded Wheel Arch Extensions
  • CAT 1 Alarm System
  • Chrome Outer Door Handles
  • Chrome Heated/Folding Electric Door 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.

Competitively priced, the Trojan Special Edition will be:

  • L200 2.5 DI-D Trojan Double Cab Manual – £15,249 CVLP
  • L200 2.5 DI-D Trojan Double Cab Auto – £16,049 CVLP
  • L200 2.5 DI-D Trojan Double Cab Manual (Leather) – £16,349 CVLP
  • L200 2.5 DI-D Trojan Double Cab Auto (Leather) – £17,149 CVLP

The L200’s strong residual values since launch will add even greater value to the end-user, especially when coupled with great reliability, 3-years breakdown cover, and a 3-year service package costing just £395 ex VAT. Mitsubishi is hoping this new vehicle will help businesses project a strong image, whilst staying mobile, productive and profitable in ever harder trading conditions.

Lance Bradley, Mitsubishi’s Director of Sales and Marketing said, “Instead of offering large discounts, which are only ever short-lived as the residual values always end up suffering, we have decided to help our customers by offering them good looks, reliability and a high-specification at a great price, right from day one.”

The L200 Trojan is arriving in the UK now, with examples available from dealers from mid-January.

The Commercial Vehicle List Price (CV List Price) includes the cost of delivery to the dealer’s premises, but excludes VAT, Government Road Fund Licence and First Registration Fee.