Mitsubishi L200 shrugs off the worst of Irish weather
A four-wheel-drive system and chunky mud and snow tyres make the Mitsubishi L200 a decent all-weather drive
With one eye on the incoming cold weather, I was very hesitant to give the keys of the Mitsubishi L200 I had on test back to its owner earlier this week. Like a lot of no-nonsense pickup trucks, it feels nigh-on invincible and immune to poor weather conditions.
At the heart of its ability is a proper selectable four-wheel-drive system, even with a low range for particularly tricky conditions and steep slopes. Its chunky mud...
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