Driving the L200 pickup
Mitsubishi Super Select 4WD-II System
See how Super Select 4WD-II works
- Normal road conditions
- Rough roads & hazardous conditions
- Rugged terrain with low-grip surfaces
- Steep hills, mud, sand & deep snow
2WD HIGH RANGE
Choose this one for a smooth, economic performance and fuel efficiency.
4WD FULL TIME
This setting is for more stability when towing or added traction in wet slippery conditions. The L200 can also enter this 4WD mode whilst driving up to 60MPH on normal road surfaces.
4WD HIGH RANGE WITH CENTRE DIFFERENTIAL LOCKED
Use this setting for evenly distributed power to the wheels and an overall better grip.
4WD LOW RANGE WITH CENTRE DIFFERENTIAL LOCKED
This setting offers better turning power and maximum traction on all terrain.
Greater traction when you need it
Feel confident on steep slopes
Negotiating a tricky slope? Use Hill Descent Control (the switch is just under the 4WD selector dial). The L200 will automatically apply the brakes to maintain your current speed. It means you can focus your attention on steering, without having to think about applying the brakes.
* Hill Descent control should only be used when off-road.
Large Front Disc Brakes
Improved braking efficiency
Slip smoothly into Sport Mode
Changes gear just like a car
Powerful, economical engine
Smoothes out the bumps
Brighter, clearer controls
3.5 Tonne Towing Capacity**
The Mitsubishi L200 is not only tough, it’s strong too
The Mitsubishi L200 range
Equipment may vary by market. Please consult your local Mitsubishi Motors dealer/distributor for details.
Note: in models with SS4-II, OFF ROAD MODE is only available in the 4HLc and 4LLc settings. *In models with SS4-II, the ROCK setting is only available in the 4HLc and 4LLc settings.
Note: on vehicles with M/T, set the drive mode selector to “4LLc” position. When using the Hill Descent Control while driving except in “4LLc” position, the engine may stall. As a result, it could lose the brake effectiveness or lock the tyres, which may lead to a serious accident.
Hill Descent Control [HDC] is not a substitute for safe driving. Never rely solely on this function while driving on steep roads. When driving on slippery roads such as muddy, icy or unpaved road, your vehicle will not allow you to stay at a certain low speed, which may lead to a serious accident. Please see the owner’s manual for additional information.