Stock Delica D:5 going up the Yeagerup Dunes in SW Western Australia. Apart from the 2.8-liter diesel model all are available as two- or four-wheel drive version. Trade Seller (19) Fourth generation (L400) Delica Space Gear Series 2, The Dongfeng Fengxing Lingzhi is a range of MPVs produced by Dongfeng Liuzhou Motor under the Dongfeng Fengxing sub-brand. What's more, it could be heading for Britain. Inside, the futuristic centre console and twin dials give the cabin bags of character. In April 2018, the Isuzu Bison was discontinued due to lack of demand and later replaced by Isuzu's fully developed Traga. The four-wheel drive chassis was based on that of the contemporary Mitsubishi Pajero, although parts are seldom interchangeable. A gasoline engine was also available for a short period, but due to lack of demand, it was discontinued. [38] This generation Delica was also built under license by Hyundai of South Korea, where it was called the "Hyundai Grace" or "Hyundai H-100" in some Eurasian markets. More aerodynamic than previous versions, its monocoque body and extensive safety features proved very popular in Japan's fast-growing recreational vehicle market segment. It was originally based on a cabover van and pickup truck introduced the previous year, also called the Delica, its name a contraction of the English language phrase Delivery car. It became a massive success in Indonesia, where "Colt" became synonymous with minibus. Variations such as the FB (family business), PET (personal and equipment transport), WT (water tight aluminum van) and DS (drop side) have been made to cater to those needs. 5 door Manual Diesel MPV. Since 2007, the Cargo versions built by the China Motor Corporation in Taiwan are being exported to Mexico wearing Dodge badges. What do you get when you cross a conventional off-roader with an MPV? A four-wheel drive option was made available in 1982, a first in the Japanese van market.

[13] A 2.3-liter Astron (4D55) diesel appeared in October 1982 and was replaced by the larger 2.5-liter Astron (4D56) in 1986. The passenger van, discontinued in 1976, was called the 'Delica Coach' and could seat nine people in three rows of seats. A 1.8-liter Sirius (4G62) version producing 100 PS (74 kW) appeared in May 1980, and a 2.0-liter Sirius (4G63B) petrol version became optional in 4WD versions from November 1983. In 2014, local truck body manufacturer Centro Manufacturing launched a minibus version of the L300 called the XV Mikrobus. The Mitsubishi Delica D:5 with Clean Diesel engine has a fuel consumption of 13.6 km/L based on JC08 Mode cycle.[50].

[24], 1982 Mitsubishi L300 Express van (SB, Australia), 1985 Mitsubishi L300 Express 4WD van (SD, Australia). Japanese consumers were liable for higher amounts of annual road tax due to the larger engines installed in higher trim level packages. 4X4 MITSUBISHI DELICA D:5 2.4, New MOT, ONLY 86Km/52K Mileage Automatic; Petrol; 5 Doors; 5 Seats; Cream Suedette Upholstery; Air Conditioning; Reverse Parking Camera; Bluetooth; Touch Screen Radio/CD Player; Keyless Start Remote Central Locking; Au Year 2007; Mileage 52,000 miles; Seller type Trade; Fuel type Petrol; Engine size 2,400 cc; £6,995. In Australia, this generation, known as the WA series was available in both cargo (Mitsubishi Express) and passenger (Mitsubishi Starwagon) versions. £10,495 . Does the Stated Price Include Ocean Freight? The commercial version is called the "Express" in Australia. 55,000 miles.

[12] Fitted with a 1.6-liter engine and four-speed manual, both van (three-seater commercial) and wagon (eight-seater) variants were offered, with the commercial (van) version available with or without side rear windows. 2,995 cc. It's just a question of whether or not bosses decide fitting one is worth the effort. With reduced pressure and temperature in the cylinder, it achieves a low compression ratio of 14.9. [6], 1975–1979 Colt T120, equivalent to Delica 1400 (Indonesia).

Equipped with a 1.2 L (1,242 cc) four-cylinder Suzuki K12B engine and a continuously variable transmission (CVT), it is a rebadged Suzuki Solio provided under an original equipment manufacturer deal. It has engine variations from 2.5 liters through to a 2.8-liter intercooled turbodiesel.

No truck model was available of this generation, and passenger models were now called Delica Space Gear in the domestic Japanese market. It is built on the FB Exceed platform and is meant to be used as a public utility vehicle, a school bus, or an ambulance. 2004 (53 reg) | 368,199 miles. On 30 October 2006, Mitsubishi Motors announced that the next generation of its monobox (one-box) minivan would be called the Delica D:5, based on the Concept D-5 prototype first exhibited at the 39th Tokyo Motor Show in 2005. From 1997 to 2000, the car was sold by Mahindra & Mahindra in India as the "Mahindra Voyager", but priced too high it was taken out of production after only a little over two years. 20 days ago. The Delica D:5 was officially sold in Indonesia between 2014 and 2019, where it was imported from Japan. It was now known only as the "Delica 1400", as this was the only engine with which it was available (mention of a Delica 1200 is most likely apocryphal, perhaps an issue of confusion arising from the "120" chassis code). Report. The Australian Starwagons were made available in four levels of specification: GL, GLX, GLS and 4WD. The 4WD turbo diesel van is also a common choice for Canadian postal workers who require a right hand drive vehicle. The Express had changed little since it received a minor model change in 2003.

[3] It received the chassis code T100, in line with the recently (January 1968) introduced "T90" Canter.