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Mitsubishi L200 Triton 2020 (ENG) – Test Drive and Review

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Mateusz Stepien
Właściciel firmy Magic-IT, wielki fan motoryzacji, który nie boi się dzielić swoją wiedzą.

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205 komentarzy

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    Trevorfoggia

    Nice review, good car er…. truck. Stay safe and well my friend..

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    Trevorfoggia

    Nice review, good car er…. truck. Stay safe and well my friend..

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    Trevorfoggia

    Nice review, good car er…. truck. Stay safe and well my friend..

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    from my point of view, pickups are primarily (heavy-duty) workers. I wouldn't want a pickup as my daily driver. But from what I experienced, they give you an extra confidence when off-roading. Anyway, I'd go for upcoming 2021 Hilux with – among other things – increased performance to about 150kW / 470Nm and also added (finally) AppleCarplay/AndroidAuto.

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    from my point of view, pickups are primarily (heavy-duty) workers. I wouldn't want a pickup as my daily driver. But from what I experienced, they give you an extra confidence when off-roading. Anyway, I'd go for upcoming 2021 Hilux with – among other things – increased performance to about 150kW / 470Nm and also added (finally) AppleCarplay/AndroidAuto.

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    from my point of view, pickups are primarily (heavy-duty) workers. I wouldn't want a pickup as my daily driver. But from what I experienced, they give you an extra confidence when off-roading. Anyway, I'd go for upcoming 2021 Hilux with – among other things – increased performance to about 150kW / 470Nm and also added (finally) AppleCarplay/AndroidAuto.

  7. Avatar

    from my point of view, pickups are primarily (heavy-duty) workers. I wouldn't want a pickup as my daily driver. But from what I experienced, they give you an extra confidence when off-roading. Anyway, I'd go for upcoming 2021 Hilux with – among other things – increased performance to about 150kW / 470Nm and also added (finally) AppleCarplay/AndroidAuto.

  8. Avatar

    from my point of view, pickups are primarily (heavy-duty) workers. I wouldn't want a pickup as my daily driver. But from what I experienced, they give you an extra confidence when off-roading. Anyway, I'd go for upcoming 2021 Hilux with – among other things – increased performance to about 150kW / 470Nm and also added (finally) AppleCarplay/AndroidAuto.

  9. Avatar

    from my point of view, pickups are primarily (heavy-duty) workers. I wouldn't want a pickup as my daily driver. But from what I experienced, they give you an extra confidence when off-roading. Anyway, I'd go for upcoming 2021 Hilux with – among other things – increased performance to about 150kW / 470Nm and also added (finally) AppleCarplay/AndroidAuto.

  10. Avatar

    from my point of view, pickups are primarily (heavy-duty) workers. I wouldn't want a pickup as my daily driver. But from what I experienced, they give you an extra confidence when off-roading. Anyway, I'd go for upcoming 2021 Hilux with – among other things – increased performance to about 150kW / 470Nm and also added (finally) AppleCarplay/AndroidAuto.

  11. Avatar

    from my point of view, pickups are primarily (heavy-duty) workers. I wouldn't want a pickup as my daily driver. But from what I experienced, they give you an extra confidence when off-roading. Anyway, I'd go for upcoming 2021 Hilux with – among other things – increased performance to about 150kW / 470Nm and also added (finally) AppleCarplay/AndroidAuto.

  12. Avatar

    from my point of view, pickups are primarily (heavy-duty) workers. I wouldn't want a pickup as my daily driver. But from what I experienced, they give you an extra confidence when off-roading. Anyway, I'd go for upcoming 2021 Hilux with – among other things – increased performance to about 150kW / 470Nm and also added (finally) AppleCarplay/AndroidAuto.

  13. Avatar

    from my point of view, pickups are primarily (heavy-duty) workers. I wouldn't want a pickup as my daily driver. But from what I experienced, they give you an extra confidence when off-roading. Anyway, I'd go for upcoming 2021 Hilux with – among other things – increased performance to about 150kW / 470Nm and also added (finally) AppleCarplay/AndroidAuto.

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    from my point of view, pickups are primarily (heavy-duty) workers. I wouldn't want a pickup as my daily driver. But from what I experienced, they give you an extra confidence when off-roading. Anyway, I'd go for upcoming 2021 Hilux with – among other things – increased performance to about 150kW / 470Nm and also added (finally) AppleCarplay/AndroidAuto.

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    I have no interest in pick ups but I watched the whole video because I knew you would make me laugh. More than mildly amusing! Thanks Marek.

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    I have no interest in pick ups but I watched the whole video because I knew you would make me laugh. More than mildly amusing! Thanks Marek.

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    I have no interest in pick ups but I watched the whole video because I knew you would make me laugh. More than mildly amusing! Thanks Marek.

  18. Avatar

    I have no interest in pick ups but I watched the whole video because I knew you would make me laugh. More than mildly amusing! Thanks Marek.

  19. Avatar

    I have no interest in pick ups but I watched the whole video because I knew you would make me laugh. More than mildly amusing! Thanks Marek.

  20. Avatar

    I have no interest in pick ups but I watched the whole video because I knew you would make me laugh. More than mildly amusing! Thanks Marek.

  21. Avatar

    I have no interest in pick ups but I watched the whole video because I knew you would make me laugh. More than mildly amusing! Thanks Marek.

  22. Avatar

    I have no interest in pick ups but I watched the whole video because I knew you would make me laugh. More than mildly amusing! Thanks Marek.

  23. Avatar

    I have no interest in pick ups but I watched the whole video because I knew you would make me laugh. More than mildly amusing! Thanks Marek.

  24. Avatar

    I have no interest in pick ups but I watched the whole video because I knew you would make me laugh. More than mildly amusing! Thanks Marek.

  25. Avatar

    I have no interest in pick ups but I watched the whole video because I knew you would make me laugh. More than mildly amusing! Thanks Marek.

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    Stefan Falldorf

    What I like about the Mitsubishi L200 is the front, the 4WD and the price. But I would like to see the new Isuzu D-Max.

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    Stefan Falldorf

    What I like about the Mitsubishi L200 is the front, the 4WD and the price. But I would like to see the new Isuzu D-Max.

  28. Avatar
    Stefan Falldorf

    What I like about the Mitsubishi L200 is the front, the 4WD and the price. But I would like to see the new Isuzu D-Max.

  29. Avatar
    Stefan Falldorf

    What I like about the Mitsubishi L200 is the front, the 4WD and the price. But I would like to see the new Isuzu D-Max.

  30. Avatar
    Stefan Falldorf

    What I like about the Mitsubishi L200 is the front, the 4WD and the price. But I would like to see the new Isuzu D-Max.

  31. Avatar
    Stefan Falldorf

    What I like about the Mitsubishi L200 is the front, the 4WD and the price. But I would like to see the new Isuzu D-Max.

  32. Avatar
    Stefan Falldorf

    What I like about the Mitsubishi L200 is the front, the 4WD and the price. But I would like to see the new Isuzu D-Max.

  33. Avatar
    Stefan Falldorf

    What I like about the Mitsubishi L200 is the front, the 4WD and the price. But I would like to see the new Isuzu D-Max.

  34. Avatar
    Stefan Falldorf

    What I like about the Mitsubishi L200 is the front, the 4WD and the price. But I would like to see the new Isuzu D-Max.

  35. Avatar
    Stefan Falldorf

    What I like about the Mitsubishi L200 is the front, the 4WD and the price. But I would like to see the new Isuzu D-Max.

  36. Avatar
    Stefan Falldorf

    What I like about the Mitsubishi L200 is the front, the 4WD and the price. But I would like to see the new Isuzu D-Max.

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    Huw Williams

    The vast majority of buyers for this type of pickup, even the top specification ones, in Europe will be VAT registered businesses which are able to claim the VAT back. So I venture to suggest that commercial vehicles such as this should have the price quoted before VAT, not including VAT. I would expect the very top of the range L200 with tow pack and tonneau cover to retail, after discount in the UK for no more than £23500 +VAT, otherwise it will not be competitive with, for instance, the twin turbodiesel 10 speed automatic Ford Ranger Wildtrack which is a better truck in every way apart from, what should be a substantial price difference.

  38. Avatar
    Huw Williams

    The vast majority of buyers for this type of pickup, even the top specification ones, in Europe will be VAT registered businesses which are able to claim the VAT back. So I venture to suggest that commercial vehicles such as this should have the price quoted before VAT, not including VAT. I would expect the very top of the range L200 with tow pack and tonneau cover to retail, after discount in the UK for no more than £23500 +VAT, otherwise it will not be competitive with, for instance, the twin turbodiesel 10 speed automatic Ford Ranger Wildtrack which is a better truck in every way apart from, what should be a substantial price difference.

  39. Avatar
    Huw Williams

    The vast majority of buyers for this type of pickup, even the top specification ones, in Europe will be VAT registered businesses which are able to claim the VAT back. So I venture to suggest that commercial vehicles such as this should have the price quoted before VAT, not including VAT. I would expect the very top of the range L200 with tow pack and tonneau cover to retail, after discount in the UK for no more than £23500 +VAT, otherwise it will not be competitive with, for instance, the twin turbodiesel 10 speed automatic Ford Ranger Wildtrack which is a better truck in every way apart from, what should be a substantial price difference.

  40. Avatar
    Huw Williams

    The vast majority of buyers for this type of pickup, even the top specification ones, in Europe will be VAT registered businesses which are able to claim the VAT back. So I venture to suggest that commercial vehicles such as this should have the price quoted before VAT, not including VAT. I would expect the very top of the range L200 with tow pack and tonneau cover to retail, after discount in the UK for no more than £23500 +VAT, otherwise it will not be competitive with, for instance, the twin turbodiesel 10 speed automatic Ford Ranger Wildtrack which is a better truck in every way apart from, what should be a substantial price difference.

  41. Avatar
    Huw Williams

    The vast majority of buyers for this type of pickup, even the top specification ones, in Europe will be VAT registered businesses which are able to claim the VAT back. So I venture to suggest that commercial vehicles such as this should have the price quoted before VAT, not including VAT. I would expect the very top of the range L200 with tow pack and tonneau cover to retail, after discount in the UK for no more than £23500 +VAT, otherwise it will not be competitive with, for instance, the twin turbodiesel 10 speed automatic Ford Ranger Wildtrack which is a better truck in every way apart from, what should be a substantial price difference.

  42. Avatar
    Huw Williams

    The vast majority of buyers for this type of pickup, even the top specification ones, in Europe will be VAT registered businesses which are able to claim the VAT back. So I venture to suggest that commercial vehicles such as this should have the price quoted before VAT, not including VAT. I would expect the very top of the range L200 with tow pack and tonneau cover to retail, after discount in the UK for no more than £23500 +VAT, otherwise it will not be competitive with, for instance, the twin turbodiesel 10 speed automatic Ford Ranger Wildtrack which is a better truck in every way apart from, what should be a substantial price difference.

  43. Avatar
    Huw Williams

    The vast majority of buyers for this type of pickup, even the top specification ones, in Europe will be VAT registered businesses which are able to claim the VAT back. So I venture to suggest that commercial vehicles such as this should have the price quoted before VAT, not including VAT. I would expect the very top of the range L200 with tow pack and tonneau cover to retail, after discount in the UK for no more than £23500 +VAT, otherwise it will not be competitive with, for instance, the twin turbodiesel 10 speed automatic Ford Ranger Wildtrack which is a better truck in every way apart from, what should be a substantial price difference.

  44. Avatar
    Huw Williams

    The vast majority of buyers for this type of pickup, even the top specification ones, in Europe will be VAT registered businesses which are able to claim the VAT back. So I venture to suggest that commercial vehicles such as this should have the price quoted before VAT, not including VAT. I would expect the very top of the range L200 with tow pack and tonneau cover to retail, after discount in the UK for no more than £23500 +VAT, otherwise it will not be competitive with, for instance, the twin turbodiesel 10 speed automatic Ford Ranger Wildtrack which is a better truck in every way apart from, what should be a substantial price difference.

  45. Avatar
    Huw Williams

    The vast majority of buyers for this type of pickup, even the top specification ones, in Europe will be VAT registered businesses which are able to claim the VAT back. So I venture to suggest that commercial vehicles such as this should have the price quoted before VAT, not including VAT. I would expect the very top of the range L200 with tow pack and tonneau cover to retail, after discount in the UK for no more than £23500 +VAT, otherwise it will not be competitive with, for instance, the twin turbodiesel 10 speed automatic Ford Ranger Wildtrack which is a better truck in every way apart from, what should be a substantial price difference.

  46. Avatar
    Huw Williams

    The vast majority of buyers for this type of pickup, even the top specification ones, in Europe will be VAT registered businesses which are able to claim the VAT back. So I venture to suggest that commercial vehicles such as this should have the price quoted before VAT, not including VAT. I would expect the very top of the range L200 with tow pack and tonneau cover to retail, after discount in the UK for no more than £23500 +VAT, otherwise it will not be competitive with, for instance, the twin turbodiesel 10 speed automatic Ford Ranger Wildtrack which is a better truck in every way apart from, what should be a substantial price difference.

  47. Avatar
    Huw Williams

    The vast majority of buyers for this type of pickup, even the top specification ones, in Europe will be VAT registered businesses which are able to claim the VAT back. So I venture to suggest that commercial vehicles such as this should have the price quoted before VAT, not including VAT. I would expect the very top of the range L200 with tow pack and tonneau cover to retail, after discount in the UK for no more than £23500 +VAT, otherwise it will not be competitive with, for instance, the twin turbodiesel 10 speed automatic Ford Ranger Wildtrack which is a better truck in every way apart from, what should be a substantial price difference.

  48. Avatar

    I test drove the pre-facelift L200, along with the Ranger and Hilux, and the L200 felt the most like a car to drive. It was a lot cheaper as well. The dealer said it should use about 6 L/100km (not a joke), I got 9 – the same as the other two.

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      Marek Drives

      That was my "problem" with the 4th generation. The cabin was high up, but the seating position was too much like in a sedan, and to me it just felt weird.

  49. Avatar

    I test drove the pre-facelift L200, along with the Ranger and Hilux, and the L200 felt the most like a car to drive. It was a lot cheaper as well. The dealer said it should use about 6 L/100km (not a joke), I got 9 – the same as the other two.

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      Marek Drives

      That was my "problem" with the 4th generation. The cabin was high up, but the seating position was too much like in a sedan, and to me it just felt weird.

  50. Avatar

    I test drove the pre-facelift L200, along with the Ranger and Hilux, and the L200 felt the most like a car to drive. It was a lot cheaper as well. The dealer said it should use about 6 L/100km (not a joke), I got 9 – the same as the other two.

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      Marek Drives

      That was my "problem" with the 4th generation. The cabin was high up, but the seating position was too much like in a sedan, and to me it just felt weird.

  51. Avatar

    I test drove the pre-facelift L200, along with the Ranger and Hilux, and the L200 felt the most like a car to drive. It was a lot cheaper as well. The dealer said it should use about 6 L/100km (not a joke), I got 9 – the same as the other two.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      That was my "problem" with the 4th generation. The cabin was high up, but the seating position was too much like in a sedan, and to me it just felt weird.

  52. Avatar

    I test drove the pre-facelift L200, along with the Ranger and Hilux, and the L200 felt the most like a car to drive. It was a lot cheaper as well. The dealer said it should use about 6 L/100km (not a joke), I got 9 – the same as the other two.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      That was my "problem" with the 4th generation. The cabin was high up, but the seating position was too much like in a sedan, and to me it just felt weird.

  53. Avatar

    I test drove the pre-facelift L200, along with the Ranger and Hilux, and the L200 felt the most like a car to drive. It was a lot cheaper as well. The dealer said it should use about 6 L/100km (not a joke), I got 9 – the same as the other two.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      That was my "problem" with the 4th generation. The cabin was high up, but the seating position was too much like in a sedan, and to me it just felt weird.

  54. Avatar

    I test drove the pre-facelift L200, along with the Ranger and Hilux, and the L200 felt the most like a car to drive. It was a lot cheaper as well. The dealer said it should use about 6 L/100km (not a joke), I got 9 – the same as the other two.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      That was my "problem" with the 4th generation. The cabin was high up, but the seating position was too much like in a sedan, and to me it just felt weird.

  55. Avatar

    I test drove the pre-facelift L200, along with the Ranger and Hilux, and the L200 felt the most like a car to drive. It was a lot cheaper as well. The dealer said it should use about 6 L/100km (not a joke), I got 9 – the same as the other two.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      That was my "problem" with the 4th generation. The cabin was high up, but the seating position was too much like in a sedan, and to me it just felt weird.

  56. Avatar

    I test drove the pre-facelift L200, along with the Ranger and Hilux, and the L200 felt the most like a car to drive. It was a lot cheaper as well. The dealer said it should use about 6 L/100km (not a joke), I got 9 – the same as the other two.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      That was my "problem" with the 4th generation. The cabin was high up, but the seating position was too much like in a sedan, and to me it just felt weird.

  57. Avatar

    I test drove the pre-facelift L200, along with the Ranger and Hilux, and the L200 felt the most like a car to drive. It was a lot cheaper as well. The dealer said it should use about 6 L/100km (not a joke), I got 9 – the same as the other two.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      That was my "problem" with the 4th generation. The cabin was high up, but the seating position was too much like in a sedan, and to me it just felt weird.

  58. Avatar

    I test drove the pre-facelift L200, along with the Ranger and Hilux, and the L200 felt the most like a car to drive. It was a lot cheaper as well. The dealer said it should use about 6 L/100km (not a joke), I got 9 – the same as the other two.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      That was my "problem" with the 4th generation. The cabin was high up, but the seating position was too much like in a sedan, and to me it just felt weird.

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    You never let me down. I'm just looking for a review for l200, and here it is :). Another good review, from you .

  60. Avatar

    You never let me down. I'm just looking for a review for l200, and here it is :). Another good review, from you .

  61. Avatar

    You never let me down. I'm just looking for a review for l200, and here it is :). Another good review, from you .

  62. Avatar

    You never let me down. I'm just looking for a review for l200, and here it is :). Another good review, from you .

  63. Avatar

    You never let me down. I'm just looking for a review for l200, and here it is :). Another good review, from you .

  64. Avatar

    You never let me down. I'm just looking for a review for l200, and here it is :). Another good review, from you .

  65. Avatar

    You never let me down. I'm just looking for a review for l200, and here it is :). Another good review, from you .

  66. Avatar

    You never let me down. I'm just looking for a review for l200, and here it is :). Another good review, from you .

  67. Avatar

    You never let me down. I'm just looking for a review for l200, and here it is :). Another good review, from you .

  68. Avatar

    You never let me down. I'm just looking for a review for l200, and here it is :). Another good review, from you .

  69. Avatar

    You never let me down. I'm just looking for a review for l200, and here it is :). Another good review, from you .

  70. Avatar

    For Toyota fans: did you watched moose test for Hilux?
    Actually quite interesting pickup. I was forgotten about L200.

  71. Avatar

    For Toyota fans: did you watched moose test for Hilux?
    Actually quite interesting pickup. I was forgotten about L200.

  72. Avatar

    For Toyota fans: did you watched moose test for Hilux?
    Actually quite interesting pickup. I was forgotten about L200.

  73. Avatar

    For Toyota fans: did you watched moose test for Hilux?
    Actually quite interesting pickup. I was forgotten about L200.

  74. Avatar

    For Toyota fans: did you watched moose test for Hilux?
    Actually quite interesting pickup. I was forgotten about L200.

  75. Avatar

    For Toyota fans: did you watched moose test for Hilux?
    Actually quite interesting pickup. I was forgotten about L200.

  76. Avatar

    For Toyota fans: did you watched moose test for Hilux?
    Actually quite interesting pickup. I was forgotten about L200.

  77. Avatar

    For Toyota fans: did you watched moose test for Hilux?
    Actually quite interesting pickup. I was forgotten about L200.

  78. Avatar

    For Toyota fans: did you watched moose test for Hilux?
    Actually quite interesting pickup. I was forgotten about L200.

  79. Avatar

    For Toyota fans: did you watched moose test for Hilux?
    Actually quite interesting pickup. I was forgotten about L200.

  80. Avatar

    For Toyota fans: did you watched moose test for Hilux?
    Actually quite interesting pickup. I was forgotten about L200.

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    On the RHD models for the home, Australian and UK markets, the ignition 'key' is on the right of the steering wheel and therefore facing/near the door. This is traditional Japanese design for RHD markets and I must assume been mirrored for LHD design.

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      Marek Drives

      And which side is the traditional key ignition on in RHD L200/Triton?

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      @Marek Drives
      The "Key" starter button is still to the right of the steering wheel on the dash. There even is a blank panel over the unused steering wheel key area on the column.

  82. Avatar

    On the RHD models for the home, Australian and UK markets, the ignition 'key' is on the right of the steering wheel and therefore facing/near the door. This is traditional Japanese design for RHD markets and I must assume been mirrored for LHD design.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      And which side is the traditional key ignition on in RHD L200/Triton?

    • Avatar

      @Marek Drives
      The "Key" starter button is still to the right of the steering wheel on the dash. There even is a blank panel over the unused steering wheel key area on the column.

  83. Avatar

    On the RHD models for the home, Australian and UK markets, the ignition 'key' is on the right of the steering wheel and therefore facing/near the door. This is traditional Japanese design for RHD markets and I must assume been mirrored for LHD design.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      And which side is the traditional key ignition on in RHD L200/Triton?

    • Avatar

      @Marek Drives
      The "Key" starter button is still to the right of the steering wheel on the dash. There even is a blank panel over the unused steering wheel key area on the column.

  84. Avatar

    On the RHD models for the home, Australian and UK markets, the ignition 'key' is on the right of the steering wheel and therefore facing/near the door. This is traditional Japanese design for RHD markets and I must assume been mirrored for LHD design.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      And which side is the traditional key ignition on in RHD L200/Triton?

    • Avatar

      @Marek Drives
      The "Key" starter button is still to the right of the steering wheel on the dash. There even is a blank panel over the unused steering wheel key area on the column.

  85. Avatar

    On the RHD models for the home, Australian and UK markets, the ignition 'key' is on the right of the steering wheel and therefore facing/near the door. This is traditional Japanese design for RHD markets and I must assume been mirrored for LHD design.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      And which side is the traditional key ignition on in RHD L200/Triton?

    • Avatar

      @Marek Drives
      The "Key" starter button is still to the right of the steering wheel on the dash. There even is a blank panel over the unused steering wheel key area on the column.

  86. Avatar

    On the RHD models for the home, Australian and UK markets, the ignition 'key' is on the right of the steering wheel and therefore facing/near the door. This is traditional Japanese design for RHD markets and I must assume been mirrored for LHD design.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      And which side is the traditional key ignition on in RHD L200/Triton?

    • Avatar

      @Marek Drives
      The "Key" starter button is still to the right of the steering wheel on the dash. There even is a blank panel over the unused steering wheel key area on the column.

  87. Avatar

    On the RHD models for the home, Australian and UK markets, the ignition 'key' is on the right of the steering wheel and therefore facing/near the door. This is traditional Japanese design for RHD markets and I must assume been mirrored for LHD design.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      And which side is the traditional key ignition on in RHD L200/Triton?

    • Avatar

      @Marek Drives
      The "Key" starter button is still to the right of the steering wheel on the dash. There even is a blank panel over the unused steering wheel key area on the column.

  88. Avatar

    On the RHD models for the home, Australian and UK markets, the ignition 'key' is on the right of the steering wheel and therefore facing/near the door. This is traditional Japanese design for RHD markets and I must assume been mirrored for LHD design.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      And which side is the traditional key ignition on in RHD L200/Triton?

    • Avatar

      @Marek Drives
      The "Key" starter button is still to the right of the steering wheel on the dash. There even is a blank panel over the unused steering wheel key area on the column.

  89. Avatar

    On the RHD models for the home, Australian and UK markets, the ignition 'key' is on the right of the steering wheel and therefore facing/near the door. This is traditional Japanese design for RHD markets and I must assume been mirrored for LHD design.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      And which side is the traditional key ignition on in RHD L200/Triton?

    • Avatar

      @Marek Drives
      The "Key" starter button is still to the right of the steering wheel on the dash. There even is a blank panel over the unused steering wheel key area on the column.

  90. Avatar

    On the RHD models for the home, Australian and UK markets, the ignition 'key' is on the right of the steering wheel and therefore facing/near the door. This is traditional Japanese design for RHD markets and I must assume been mirrored for LHD design.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      And which side is the traditional key ignition on in RHD L200/Triton?

    • Avatar

      @Marek Drives
      The "Key" starter button is still to the right of the steering wheel on the dash. There even is a blank panel over the unused steering wheel key area on the column.

  91. Avatar

    On the RHD models for the home, Australian and UK markets, the ignition 'key' is on the right of the steering wheel and therefore facing/near the door. This is traditional Japanese design for RHD markets and I must assume been mirrored for LHD design.

    • Avatar
      Marek Drives

      And which side is the traditional key ignition on in RHD L200/Triton?

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      @Marek Drives
      The "Key" starter button is still to the right of the steering wheel on the dash. There even is a blank panel over the unused steering wheel key area on the column.

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    Good review. I've had my facelifted Triton (L200) for a year now. Have driven Rangers, Hiluxs and GM Colorados via work. Went for the Triton last year for added safety features and the price made the deal even better and local dealer in my town for services. Drive it daily along remote country roads. 30% gravel. The slightly narrower width is useful in narrow country roads. Doesn't miss a beat. The 3.5 tonne tow rating. Well I have no need to tow more than 2t – so not an issue – and if you were needing to tow 3.5t – you probably shouldn't be using a dbl cab ute. NZ has the 2.4 diesel engine and the new 6 speed autobox in it is fantastic.

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    Good review. I've had my facelifted Triton (L200) for a year now. Have driven Rangers, Hiluxs and GM Colorados via work. Went for the Triton last year for added safety features and the price made the deal even better and local dealer in my town for services. Drive it daily along remote country roads. 30% gravel. The slightly narrower width is useful in narrow country roads. Doesn't miss a beat. The 3.5 tonne tow rating. Well I have no need to tow more than 2t – so not an issue – and if you were needing to tow 3.5t – you probably shouldn't be using a dbl cab ute. NZ has the 2.4 diesel engine and the new 6 speed autobox in it is fantastic.

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    Good review. I've had my facelifted Triton (L200) for a year now. Have driven Rangers, Hiluxs and GM Colorados via work. Went for the Triton last year for added safety features and the price made the deal even better and local dealer in my town for services. Drive it daily along remote country roads. 30% gravel. The slightly narrower width is useful in narrow country roads. Doesn't miss a beat. The 3.5 tonne tow rating. Well I have no need to tow more than 2t – so not an issue – and if you were needing to tow 3.5t – you probably shouldn't be using a dbl cab ute. NZ has the 2.4 diesel engine and the new 6 speed autobox in it is fantastic.

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    Good review. I've had my facelifted Triton (L200) for a year now. Have driven Rangers, Hiluxs and GM Colorados via work. Went for the Triton last year for added safety features and the price made the deal even better and local dealer in my town for services. Drive it daily along remote country roads. 30% gravel. The slightly narrower width is useful in narrow country roads. Doesn't miss a beat. The 3.5 tonne tow rating. Well I have no need to tow more than 2t – so not an issue – and if you were needing to tow 3.5t – you probably shouldn't be using a dbl cab ute. NZ has the 2.4 diesel engine and the new 6 speed autobox in it is fantastic.

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    Good review. I've had my facelifted Triton (L200) for a year now. Have driven Rangers, Hiluxs and GM Colorados via work. Went for the Triton last year for added safety features and the price made the deal even better and local dealer in my town for services. Drive it daily along remote country roads. 30% gravel. The slightly narrower width is useful in narrow country roads. Doesn't miss a beat. The 3.5 tonne tow rating. Well I have no need to tow more than 2t – so not an issue – and if you were needing to tow 3.5t – you probably shouldn't be using a dbl cab ute. NZ has the 2.4 diesel engine and the new 6 speed autobox in it is fantastic.

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    Good review. I've had my facelifted Triton (L200) for a year now. Have driven Rangers, Hiluxs and GM Colorados via work. Went for the Triton last year for added safety features and the price made the deal even better and local dealer in my town for services. Drive it daily along remote country roads. 30% gravel. The slightly narrower width is useful in narrow country roads. Doesn't miss a beat. The 3.5 tonne tow rating. Well I have no need to tow more than 2t – so not an issue – and if you were needing to tow 3.5t – you probably shouldn't be using a dbl cab ute. NZ has the 2.4 diesel engine and the new 6 speed autobox in it is fantastic.

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    Good review. I've had my facelifted Triton (L200) for a year now. Have driven Rangers, Hiluxs and GM Colorados via work. Went for the Triton last year for added safety features and the price made the deal even better and local dealer in my town for services. Drive it daily along remote country roads. 30% gravel. The slightly narrower width is useful in narrow country roads. Doesn't miss a beat. The 3.5 tonne tow rating. Well I have no need to tow more than 2t – so not an issue – and if you were needing to tow 3.5t – you probably shouldn't be using a dbl cab ute. NZ has the 2.4 diesel engine and the new 6 speed autobox in it is fantastic.

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    Good review. I've had my facelifted Triton (L200) for a year now. Have driven Rangers, Hiluxs and GM Colorados via work. Went for the Triton last year for added safety features and the price made the deal even better and local dealer in my town for services. Drive it daily along remote country roads. 30% gravel. The slightly narrower width is useful in narrow country roads. Doesn't miss a beat. The 3.5 tonne tow rating. Well I have no need to tow more than 2t – so not an issue – and if you were needing to tow 3.5t – you probably shouldn't be using a dbl cab ute. NZ has the 2.4 diesel engine and the new 6 speed autobox in it is fantastic.

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    Good review. I've had my facelifted Triton (L200) for a year now. Have driven Rangers, Hiluxs and GM Colorados via work. Went for the Triton last year for added safety features and the price made the deal even better and local dealer in my town for services. Drive it daily along remote country roads. 30% gravel. The slightly narrower width is useful in narrow country roads. Doesn't miss a beat. The 3.5 tonne tow rating. Well I have no need to tow more than 2t – so not an issue – and if you were needing to tow 3.5t – you probably shouldn't be using a dbl cab ute. NZ has the 2.4 diesel engine and the new 6 speed autobox in it is fantastic.

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    Good review. I've had my facelifted Triton (L200) for a year now. Have driven Rangers, Hiluxs and GM Colorados via work. Went for the Triton last year for added safety features and the price made the deal even better and local dealer in my town for services. Drive it daily along remote country roads. 30% gravel. The slightly narrower width is useful in narrow country roads. Doesn't miss a beat. The 3.5 tonne tow rating. Well I have no need to tow more than 2t – so not an issue – and if you were needing to tow 3.5t – you probably shouldn't be using a dbl cab ute. NZ has the 2.4 diesel engine and the new 6 speed autobox in it is fantastic.

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    Good review. I've had my facelifted Triton (L200) for a year now. Have driven Rangers, Hiluxs and GM Colorados via work. Went for the Triton last year for added safety features and the price made the deal even better and local dealer in my town for services. Drive it daily along remote country roads. 30% gravel. The slightly narrower width is useful in narrow country roads. Doesn't miss a beat. The 3.5 tonne tow rating. Well I have no need to tow more than 2t – so not an issue – and if you were needing to tow 3.5t – you probably shouldn't be using a dbl cab ute. NZ has the 2.4 diesel engine and the new 6 speed autobox in it is fantastic.

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    Fine content as always, Marek! Thank you! Best wishes from Lithuania!

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    Fine content as always, Marek! Thank you! Best wishes from Lithuania!

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    Fine content as always, Marek! Thank you! Best wishes from Lithuania!

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    Fine content as always, Marek! Thank you! Best wishes from Lithuania!

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    Fine content as always, Marek! Thank you! Best wishes from Lithuania!

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    Fine content as always, Marek! Thank you! Best wishes from Lithuania!

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    Fine content as always, Marek! Thank you! Best wishes from Lithuania!

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    Fine content as always, Marek! Thank you! Best wishes from Lithuania!

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    Fine content as always, Marek! Thank you! Best wishes from Lithuania!

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    Fine content as always, Marek! Thank you! Best wishes from Lithuania!

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    Fine content as always, Marek! Thank you! Best wishes from Lithuania!

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    Fine content as always, Marek! Thank you! Best wishes from Lithuania!

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    I have the mq triton as a daily driver and love it. Drives well and not too big /long when in smaller than average streets. The ignition on the door side is nice as you don't need to go all the way in to start it when your not actually going to drive.

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    I have the mq triton as a daily driver and love it. Drives well and not too big /long when in smaller than average streets. The ignition on the door side is nice as you don't need to go all the way in to start it when your not actually going to drive.

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    I have the mq triton as a daily driver and love it. Drives well and not too big /long when in smaller than average streets. The ignition on the door side is nice as you don't need to go all the way in to start it when your not actually going to drive.

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    I have the mq triton as a daily driver and love it. Drives well and not too big /long when in smaller than average streets. The ignition on the door side is nice as you don't need to go all the way in to start it when your not actually going to drive.

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    I have the mq triton as a daily driver and love it. Drives well and not too big /long when in smaller than average streets. The ignition on the door side is nice as you don't need to go all the way in to start it when your not actually going to drive.

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    I have the mq triton as a daily driver and love it. Drives well and not too big /long when in smaller than average streets. The ignition on the door side is nice as you don't need to go all the way in to start it when your not actually going to drive.

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    I have the mq triton as a daily driver and love it. Drives well and not too big /long when in smaller than average streets. The ignition on the door side is nice as you don't need to go all the way in to start it when your not actually going to drive.

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    I have the mq triton as a daily driver and love it. Drives well and not too big /long when in smaller than average streets. The ignition on the door side is nice as you don't need to go all the way in to start it when your not actually going to drive.

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    I have the mq triton as a daily driver and love it. Drives well and not too big /long when in smaller than average streets. The ignition on the door side is nice as you don't need to go all the way in to start it when your not actually going to drive.

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    I have the mq triton as a daily driver and love it. Drives well and not too big /long when in smaller than average streets. The ignition on the door side is nice as you don't need to go all the way in to start it when your not actually going to drive.

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    I have the mq triton as a daily driver and love it. Drives well and not too big /long when in smaller than average streets. The ignition on the door side is nice as you don't need to go all the way in to start it when your not actually going to drive.

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    I have the mq triton as a daily driver and love it. Drives well and not too big /long when in smaller than average streets. The ignition on the door side is nice as you don't need to go all the way in to start it when your not actually going to drive.

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    Miodrag- Mickey Stanić

    in Slovenia, the starting price is around 24500€ (with all taxes included), without the accessories ..hardtop, and the price ends around 35000€ for the top trim model, I guess our standard is much lower than you have in Poland, you are much richer, you don´t have institutional mafia-as we have.

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    Miodrag- Mickey Stanić

    in Slovenia, the starting price is around 24500€ (with all taxes included), without the accessories ..hardtop, and the price ends around 35000€ for the top trim model, I guess our standard is much lower than you have in Poland, you are much richer, you don´t have institutional mafia-as we have.

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    Miodrag- Mickey Stanić

    in Slovenia, the starting price is around 24500€ (with all taxes included), without the accessories ..hardtop, and the price ends around 35000€ for the top trim model, I guess our standard is much lower than you have in Poland, you are much richer, you don´t have institutional mafia-as we have.

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    Miodrag- Mickey Stanić

    in Slovenia, the starting price is around 24500€ (with all taxes included), without the accessories ..hardtop, and the price ends around 35000€ for the top trim model, I guess our standard is much lower than you have in Poland, you are much richer, you don´t have institutional mafia-as we have.

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    Miodrag- Mickey Stanić

    in Slovenia, the starting price is around 24500€ (with all taxes included), without the accessories ..hardtop, and the price ends around 35000€ for the top trim model, I guess our standard is much lower than you have in Poland, you are much richer, you don´t have institutional mafia-as we have.

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    Miodrag- Mickey Stanić

    in Slovenia, the starting price is around 24500€ (with all taxes included), without the accessories ..hardtop, and the price ends around 35000€ for the top trim model, I guess our standard is much lower than you have in Poland, you are much richer, you don´t have institutional mafia-as we have.

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    Miodrag- Mickey Stanić

    in Slovenia, the starting price is around 24500€ (with all taxes included), without the accessories ..hardtop, and the price ends around 35000€ for the top trim model, I guess our standard is much lower than you have in Poland, you are much richer, you don´t have institutional mafia-as we have.

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    Miodrag- Mickey Stanić

    in Slovenia, the starting price is around 24500€ (with all taxes included), without the accessories ..hardtop, and the price ends around 35000€ for the top trim model, I guess our standard is much lower than you have in Poland, you are much richer, you don´t have institutional mafia-as we have.

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    Miodrag- Mickey Stanić

    in Slovenia, the starting price is around 24500€ (with all taxes included), without the accessories ..hardtop, and the price ends around 35000€ for the top trim model, I guess our standard is much lower than you have in Poland, you are much richer, you don´t have institutional mafia-as we have.

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    Miodrag- Mickey Stanić

    in Slovenia, the starting price is around 24500€ (with all taxes included), without the accessories ..hardtop, and the price ends around 35000€ for the top trim model, I guess our standard is much lower than you have in Poland, you are much richer, you don´t have institutional mafia-as we have.

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    Miodrag- Mickey Stanić

    in Slovenia, the starting price is around 24500€ (with all taxes included), without the accessories ..hardtop, and the price ends around 35000€ for the top trim model, I guess our standard is much lower than you have in Poland, you are much richer, you don´t have institutional mafia-as we have.

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    Miodrag- Mickey Stanić

    in Slovenia, the starting price is around 24500€ (with all taxes included), without the accessories ..hardtop, and the price ends around 35000€ for the top trim model, I guess our standard is much lower than you have in Poland, you are much richer, you don´t have institutional mafia-as we have.

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    Aone Sebinanyane

    It looks vert nice with the orange

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    Aone Sebinanyane

    It looks vert nice with the orange

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    Aone Sebinanyane

    It looks vert nice with the orange

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    Aone Sebinanyane

    It looks vert nice with the orange

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    Aone Sebinanyane

    It looks vert nice with the orange

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    Aone Sebinanyane

    It looks vert nice with the orange

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    Aone Sebinanyane

    It looks vert nice with the orange

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    Aone Sebinanyane

    It looks vert nice with the orange

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    Aone Sebinanyane

    It looks vert nice with the orange

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    Aone Sebinanyane

    It looks vert nice with the orange

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    Aone Sebinanyane

    It looks vert nice with the orange

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    Aone Sebinanyane

    It looks vert nice with the orange

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