With nine trims to choose between, and a strange trim structure that sees the cheapest cars get kit you’d ideally want but don’t get half way up, choose your L200 can be tricky.
Put simply, if you aren’t too precious about the way your L200 looks from the outside, and suspect it will be put to tough work, then the 4Life models make most sense. They forego alloy wheels, but get a USB socket, Bluetooth, air-con, electric windows and stability control. This is our pick of the range.
If you want the ultimate off-road L200, then the Trojan is unique in getting a locking rear differential and the more powerful engine, but costs a fair bit more. For those who place image first, the alloy-wheel equipped Warrior makes more sense. There’s no touchscreen, but one can be added by your dealer, and it makes much more financial sense than the range-topping versions.