Mitsubishi L200 / Triton

Mitsubishi L200 (Triton) was a compact pickup truck produced since 1978. Here are some competitors to Triton: Ford Ranger, Toyota Hilux, Nissan Navara, Volkswagen Amarok, and other small pickup trucks.

Now let’s have a look at the Mitsubishi L200 engines; we’ll start with 3 gen. There were popular gasoline engines 4G63, 4G64, and V6 6G72. However, the main here where diesel engines 4D56 and 4M40 in various modifications.Mitsubishi-L200
In 2005, generation 4 was released, where also new engines were used. Here you will find the renovated 4G64 and 4D56, as well as completely new 4M41 and 6G74.
After another 10 years, in 2015, production of L200 5 gen started. Over this time, Mitsubishi created new 4N15 turbocharged diesel engines and put them under the hood of this Triton (L200).

Below you will find the list of all these L200 engines, select yours and learn its specifications, the problems that may expect you, and what to do if you face them, how reliable Triton engines are, their service life, recommended oil and its amount, as well as how to tune your engine and how much horsepower you can add.

3 generation (1996 — 2006)
Mitsubishi L200 (122 HP) — 2.0 L
Mitsubishi L200 (132 HP) — 2.4 L
Mitsubishi L200 (181 HP) — 3.0 L
Mitsubishi L200 (100 HP) — 2.5 L TD
Mitsubishi L200 (115 HP) — 2.5 L TD
Mitsubishi L200 (80 HP) — 2.8 L D
Mitsubishi L200 (125 HP) — 2.8 L TD

4 generation (2006 — 2015)
Mitsubishi L200 (145 HP) — 2.4 L
Mitsubishi L200 (194 HP) — 3.5 L
Mitsubishi L200 (75 HP) — 2.5 L TD
Mitsubishi L200 (90 HP) — 2.5 L TD
Mitsubishi L200 (136 HP) — 2.5 L TD
Mitsubishi L200 (178 HP) — 2.5 L TD
Mitsubishi L200 (165 HP) — 3.2 L TD

5 generation (2015 — present)
Mitsubishi L200 (154 HP) — 2.4 L TD
Mitsubishi L200 (181 HP) — 2.4 L TD
Mitsubishi L200 (110 HP) — 2.5 L TD


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