The L200 doesn’t have a boot, but instead a load bay, which has different sizes based on which cabin style you choose – Single, Club or Double Cab.
Going for the Singe Cab gets you less interior space but the longest load bay at 2.2 metres, while the Club Cab’s bay is shorter at 1.81 metres, but gets greater practicality inside. All Double Cabs expect the Trojan have a 1.51 metre load bay, but much better interior space. The Trojan gets the same interior space, but a shorter 1.33 metre load bay.
The Single Cab also has the highest weight limit for its load bay, at 1145kg, whereas the Club manages 1050kg and the Double Cab 1055kg. All are the same width between their wheel arches, though, and all will accept a standard-sized Euro pallet between them with ease.
Mitsubishi can fit a raised truckman cover, providing shelter from wind and rain to your L200, and there are various different styles of flat tonneau cover in different materials to suit your needs.
Every load bay, no matter the length, gets a foldable tailgate that leaves a completely flat surface once folded – perfect for making sliding long items in without fuss.