Japanese Mitsubishi L300 is a rear-and all-wheel drive van of wagon layout and 1-ton-class with cab-over-engine placement, which became very popular all over the world in the 70\'s. The main reason for this success is the excellent quality-price ratio. For rather small money consumer received the car that was unassuming in appearance, but very reliable and hardworking. Mitsubishi L300 won the hearts of drivers and motorists due to its comfortable driver\'s seat, the position of which is quite comfortable and cozy adjustable, ease of operation and obedience of the vehicle as well as its reliability in control on the turns.
A typical representative of such model that started in 1986 is a series of L300/Delica (R-series). For the mid-80\'s its design was good enough, but now, of course, it is already out of date, and the model is gradually being replaced from market in Japan and other countries with the modern one-volume model L400.
However, due to low cost and usability the production of L300 remains in the branches (in Korea it is successfully manufactured under the name Hyundai H100).
The lineup of L300 has grown to 11 variants due to two wheelbase versions, low and high roof van (4.5-5.67 cubic meters, load capacity of 0.5-1.4 t), different cabin layout (6-seater Kombi and 8 - 9-seater vans) and 4x4 all-wheel drive (based on MMC Pajero) or rear-wheel drive 4x2 chassis modifications. In addition, there is an option of the chassis with side platform (capacity 1,400 kg) or van body (10 cu. meters). Engines are either petrol 1.6 and 2.0 liter with capacity of 84 and 107 hp, or a 2.5-liter diesel and turbo diesel with capacity of 74 and 85 hp. Luxury passenger version can be equipped with an automatic transmission (especially imported from Japan).
There is a convenient correction of headlights, heated rear window, which saves time driver. The body demonstrates high corrosion resistance. The model, according to the observations of experts, perfectly displays its best qualities in urban conditions.