Mitsubishi L200 carryboy supersports truck top 4x4 canopy
Mitsubishi L200 carryboy supersports truck top 4x4 canopy, fitted at
Formula 4 (UK) in North Yorkshire part of the UK's largest 4x4 Centre.
Shows how easy installation is on the Carryboy top on the L200 pick up
truck. Viewers can also see the excellent new quality standards of the
Carryboy hard top canopy. Delivered direct to your door from the UK
official distributor Formula4 www.formula4.co.uk
The Carryboy Supersport hard top is also available for the Toyota Hilux,
Nissan Navara D40, Ford Ranger & Isuzu Rodeo Dmax
4X4 GLS-V STRADA RIVER CROSSING
More than an off-road a way to Jose Abad Santos, Davao del Sur, rivers that
have to be crossed, a rocky and hilly roads were just some of the fun yet a
quite thrilling experience..Thanks to the good performance of this medium
Mitsubishi Strada 2.5 VGT vs Nissan Navara 2.5 VGT
Don't read too much into it guys. It's a mock battle wherein all involved
were just a bunch of curious car guys. It's not an out and out equal battle
given one is newer and has less mileage than the other apart from the
increased drag on the Navara bec. of the bike rack. An equal battle will
probably reveal more about who can launch the car better at the starting
line than a clear winner. Only one run was made.
Montero Sport GTV test drive
Me & Ian of Strada club test drove the Montero GTV & Strada GLS Sport VGT..
We both had the same observation that the acceleration of the Strada was faster & the power of the VGT was
more felt on the Strada.. As an owner of a 3.2 monty with some minor engine
mods i felt that the accleration of the Monty with VGT was just quite
similar with my 3.2 monty..
Mitsubishi L200 pick-up review - CarBuyer
The Mitsubishi L200 is the most striking looking pick-up on the market,
thanks to looks inspired by the firm's desert rally cars. It's aimed at
tempting exisiting SUV owners towards something more practical, while
retaining loyal fans who admire its rugged credentials. It's available in
four-door Double Cab, or two-door Club Cab and Single Cab guises, but it's
the Double Cab model that offers the most car-like interior. The L200 is
fitted with a turbocharged 2.5-litre,
four-cylinder diesel engine with either 134bhp or 175bhp. Cabin quality is
much improved over previous models, and comfort is on a par with similarly
priced SUVs. The L200's off-road ability is impressive, but it's not so
good on tarmac, as it struggles to hide its commercial underpinnings. The
driving position is high, which provides a great view of the road, but the
L200's size is it's biggest problem: parking can be tricky without the
optional rear-view camera.
Mitsubishi L200 tackles 4x4 Off-Road Course
Find out what gives the Mitsubishi L200 the edge over the competition. Mike
Brewer and Mitsubishi's 4x4 expert Jason Sharpe take a look at what makes
the L200 so capable off the beaten track.
They also take a look at the Mitsubishi Active Stability & Traction Control
(M-ASTC) system and how this prevents loss of torque by stopping wheel