The Mitsubishi Fuso is a line of medium-duty commercial vehicles produced by Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation since 1984. The range was primarily available in other big-size and mid-size trucks.
Most mid-size and big-size models of the truck are distinguishable by a front ‘Fighter’ badge, but the common Mitsubishi badge is usually used on the rear.
Fuso Fighter over the years
The first generation Fighter was originally introduced in February 1984 as a successor to the FK series. The appearance design with the smaller Canter and the larger ‘The Great’, the model that was one of the image of the Fuso products. Headlight left and right door bet part panel cab after the window is common with The Great. In Export markets, a 4-lamp round headlights was fitted. In December 1987, it upgraded with a radiator grille upper part to the mounting the panel mall. Turbo engine with 230 horsepower additional intercooler.
Re-designed Fuso Fighter
In July 1992, the second generation (known as Furukon Fighter) was introduced to replace the first generation models. The Great final type that appeared in big minor change in 1993. Hong Kong actor Jackie Chan appeared in a commercial ads of the Fighter truck. In export markets, it was fitted with a rectangular 4-lamp corner headlights. April 1995 saw the 1994 exhaust emission regulations that was fitted with the Fighter. A load capacity of 7.5 tons and low-floor full-time 4WD come from the FK variants was added in December 1996. In February 1997 the Fighter was updated.
On 14 April 1999, they implement the first of minor trucks, dubbed ‘The New Fighter’.
In June 2010, Mitsubishi sequentially released the post new long-term exhaust gas regulations conformity car, use of the name “Bluetec technology”, (except 20 tons class) to achieve the fit, and further 2015 fiscal weight vehicle fuel economy standards to the post new long-term exhaust gas regulations by using a high combustion efficiency engine + DPF + urea SCR.
Performance, efficiency, reliability
The Mitsubishi Fuso Fighter gives you the power you need to handle a wide range of cargo applications. From fuel-efficient six-cylinder engines with torque optimized to improve handling and lower costs. Power is delivered through smooth-shifting six-speed transmissions. Both built with the quality and reliability for which Mitsubishi FUSO is famous.
Easy access makes maintenance simpler
By just pressing a button, you can open the front panel which provides easy access to the windshield wiper fluid and clutch fluid ports, wiper motor and links, air filter, and radiator reservoir tank. The cab tilts forward providing easy access to engine and power train. All this makes routine maintenance of the Mitsubishi Fuso Fighter simple even for a car novice.
This is all complimented by the fact that the Mitsubishi Fuso Fighter has rust-resistant electroplated undercoating. The electroplated undercoating resists rust and keeps the cab looking beautiful.
Overall, Mitsubishi Fuso Fighter trucks are built to last. Their tough, durable chassis is built with no protruding parts to simplify installing the body of your choice. The big, broad windshield and carefully designed mirror makes it easy for the driver to see what is happening around him/her. Not forgetting the fog lamps which improve safety by making the truck more visible in fog or rain. With all the features listed above, comfort begins before you even sit down in it. Get yourself a Mitsubishi Fuso Fighter truck from www.carfromjapan.com