What used Mitsubishi L200 4x4 will I get for my budget?
Prices for an early 2015 model start at around £13,000, while a mid-range Titan from 2016 can be found for £14,500. A 2017 Barbarian with below-average mileage can be found for upwards of £16,500 from an independent dealer. If you fancy a year-old example expect to pay upwards of £20,000 for a lightly used L200 from a franchised dealer.
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How much does it cost to run a Mitsubishi L200 4x4?
As with most pick-up trucks, the running costs will be fairly high. The automatic dual-cab version is the least efficient with a combined figure of 37.7mpg (NEDC). A manual single cab is a little better at 40.9mpg.
An auto Double Cab has the highest CO2 output of 196g/km, while a manual 4Life has the lowest greenhouse gas emissions of 180g/km
If you’re buying an L200 registered after 1 April 2017, you’ll be charged under a different road tax system with a flat rate fee, plus an additional charge if your car was worth more than £40,000 when new. Find out more about the current road tax costs here.
Mitsubishi servicing costs are pretty reasonable compared with those of rivals, but you can always look into their discounted value servicing range on older models. It’s only available at participating dealers and there are no prices quoted online, so you’ll need to speak to your local dealer to make sure they are part of the scheme.
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