Make no mistake, this is one imposing truck. The L200 has always been a hard-working truck for hard-working people, and Mitsubishi knows their customers well. It should be no surprise, then, that for this sixth generation they’ve focused on making it tougher and even more capable.
The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, still the UK's most popular plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, has been revised for 2020 into a new six-model line-up.
The Mitsubishi ASX has been updated both inside and out for 2020, including a new petrol engine.
The new 2020 Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 is on sale now, with prices starting from £21,515 (CVOTR) or £25,755 for private buyers.
The new 2019 incarnation of the Mitsubishi L200, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, has been revealed in Bangkok, ahead of sales starting in Thailand on 17th November.
For many people, a large SUV is overkill for their needs, but that doesn't stop them from feeling like they want one. Arriving just in time to capitalise on a predicted doubling of the mid-size SUV market over the next couple of years is the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, and it might just be the last real Mitsubishi we'll ever see...
The new Mitsubishi Shogun Sport will go on sale in the UK early in 2018, offering a seven-seat option in Mitsubishi's expanding SUV range, plus up to 1,488 litres of cargo space.
The new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross will go on sale in the UK in January 2018, with prices starting from £21,275.
When we reviewed the Mitsubishi ASX back in 2014, it arrived almost exactly as large swathes of the UK became submerged during the worst flooding the country had seen in decades. At the time, the ASX impressed us with its willingness to keep on chugging even as our roads became fast-flowing rivers, but with Mitsubishi giving the ASX something of a facelift for 2017, we thought we’d see how the company’s crossover has fared over the years.
The Mitsubishi ASX crossover has received something of an update for the 2017 model year, with a new front end design, improved seats, revised model designations and a new colour.
We Brits like a good pick-up. Although initially derided as the proverbial sow’s ear, attempts by ‘ute manufacturers to drag them towards some semblance of modern-day convenience (perhaps kick-started by Mitsubishi and their Animal tie-in) did actually go on to prove one thing: they are bloody useful things. We tested the new Series 5 Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian to see just how useful.
A few years ago, the national press and – it seemed – the national psyche, were preoccupied by an excess of Daily Mail-style hand-wringing about 4x4s being planet-killers and gas-guzzlers. I’d have loved to have had a Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV back then, because this is an SUV that would have blown their tiny minds. Why? Two numbers: 156 mpg and 42 g/km.