Mitsubishi L 200 2015 vs Toyota Hilux 2015

Mitsubishi L 200
2015 - 2018
Toyota Hilux
2015 - 2017
Gearbox: AutomaticAutomatic
Engine: 2.4 Diesel2.4 Diesel
Camshaft drive: Timing chainTiming chain


Power: 154 HP150 HP
Torque: 380 NM400 NM
Acceleration 0-100 km/h: n/a seconds12.8 seconds
Mitsubishi L 200 engine produces 4 HP more power than Toyota Hilux, but torque is 20 NM less than Toyota Hilux.

Fuel consumption

Fuel consumption (l/100km): 7.1no data
Fuel tank capacity: 75 litres80 litres

Drive type

Wheel drive type: All wheel drive (AWD, 4x4)All wheel drive (AWD, 4x4)


Average engine lifespan: 420'000 km350'000 km
Engine resource depends largely on regular maintenance and the quality of the oils and fuels used, but under equal conditions the average life of a Mitsubishi L 200 engine could be longer.
Engine production duration: 9 years9 years
In general, the longer and for more car models an engine is produced, the better its serviceability and availability of spare parts.
Hydraulic tappets: noyes
The Toyota Hilux engine has hydraulic tappets (lifters), providing quieter operation and no need for periodic adjustment, but they are more complex in design and can cause serious engine damage in case of failure.


Length: 5.21 m5.33 m
Width: 1.82 m1.86 m
Height: 1.78 m1.82 m
Mitsubishi L 200 is smaller.
Mitsubishi L 200 is 13 cm shorter than the Toyota Hilux, 4 cm narrower, while the height of Mitsubishi L 200 is 4 cm lower.
Trunk capacity: no datano data
Turning diameter: 11.8 meters13.4 meters
The turning circle of the Mitsubishi L 200 is 1.6 metres less than that of the Toyota Hilux, which means Mitsubishi L 200 can be easier to manoeuvre in tight streets and parking spaces.
Gross weight (kg): 2`8503`210
Safety: no data
Quality: no datano data
Average price (€): 18 40024 800
Pros and Cons: Mitsubishi L 200 has
  • longer expected engine lifespan
  • better manoeuvrability
  • lower price
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