Four Decades Old Mitsubishi L200 Pickup is still ahead of the game
This year, the Mitsubishi L200 Pickup completes 40 years of existence. Its long and storied legacy span of 40 years has proved requisite to generations of farmers, builders, and numerous other trades. Raseal Motors FZCO Dubai exports brand new zero kms Mitsubishi L200 Pickup Trucks to GCC, Africa and Europe from Dubai, UAE. The current L200 is in its fifth-generation launched in early-2015 at the time company boasted that it was a generation ahead of the rest of its rivals in the market. This pickup is very competent climbing up a mountain or navigating a building site, as it is comfortable on a motorway or around city streets. We at Raseal Motors sell the fifth-gen Mitsubishi L200 Double-Cabin Diesel in two variants – Mitsubishi L200 Basic and Mitsubishi L200 Chrome. The L200 Basic comes only in White-paint shade with black-coloured grille, OVRMs and door handles, 16-inch Steel rims and Kenwood Audio Player. While the Chrome Package gets Chrome-coated grille, OVRMs and door handles, 16-inch alloy wheels, neatly-fitted audio player on the centre console in black-silver accents, inside door handles chrome-plated, power mirror adjustment, and keyless entry. Both the cars are powered by the same engine – to save weight boasts an aluminium 2.5-litre turbodiesel engine offering 134 BHP @ 4000 rpm of power and 324 Nm @ 2500 rpm of torque complying to Euro IV Emission Norms. If you’re in the business of moving things around that equates to a total load weight – a combination of load bed and towing capability – of 4.1 tonnes. With a combined 14KMPL the fifth-gen L200 also uses less fuel than many competitor pick-ups, has the largest range in its class (around 1050 kilometres on a full tank of fuel). Raseal Motors FZCO is an international automotive re-exporter based in Dubai and sourcing worldwide. We export new 0 kms Toyota Hilux Pickup Trucks from Dubai to Algeria, Benin, Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Ethiopia, Senegal, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Angola, Togo, Gabon, Djibouti, Congo, Equatorial Guinea and the rest of the world.