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The Mitsubishi Minicab is a cab-over kei truck and microvan manufactured in Japan by the Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors since 1966. In Japan, it was distributed at a specific retail chain called Galant Shop. An all-electric model of the Minicab, named the Minicab MiEV, is sold in the Japanese market since December 2011. Since February 2014, the Mitsubishi Minicab is rebadged as Suzuki Carry and Every.
Mitsubishi Minicab - And it can be yours.
Car From Japan mainly sells latest generation model of this Mitsubishi Minicab. Related to money, used Mitsubishi Minicab for sale by Car From Japan here got greatly reasonable prices ranging from US$6,982 to US$9,093 and, we got incredibly prices down to US$2,426.
Mitsubishi Minicab: The Mini Transporter Of Big Value
Derived from the MINICAB Van minicar-class commercial vehicle, the Mitsubishi Minicab has been developed maximizing the technologies and knowhow gained from the development of the Mitsubishi Minicab in delivering the superior environmental performance inherent to an EV, together with the high levels of operating economy, payload capacity, drivability and reliability demanded of a commercial vehicle.
The cabin is smart inside and the bodywork looks trustful, it runs and drives smoothly, and is an easy and affordable truck.
2. Exterior Magnificence
The Mitsubishi Minicab van shares the same exterior design with the Minicab CD Van and looks Japanese-like. Its exterior style is further enhanced by a boxy shape and the short nose. The headlights are placed higher than expected, they look pretty modern and are nicely integrated into the front fascia. The front grille didn’t receive any kind of fluid lines and comes with a basic rectangular shape, while the three diamond logo is placed in the center.
Mitsubishi Minicab looks reliable.
The Mitsubishi Minicab front bumper is imposing and big, featuring a vertical stance and a rugged design. The vehicle is placed pretty low to the ground, which makes loading and unloading operations easier. For more flexibility the Minicab i-MiEV van it’s also fitted with standard sliding side doors and twin rear doors that offer easy access to the cargo bay.
3. Interior Comforts
On the inside, the Mitsubishi Minicab cabin materials are part of the third class, as Mitsubishi wanted to cut the costs of its minivan as much as it could of course, but the build quality is decent and the fittings are pretty well done. Sitting experience is pretty cramped as its cabin is heavily affected by the compact exterior dimensions. There are however few tricks to help the interior feel slightly more spacious and practical and that is really easy. For instance, the dashboard features an ergonomic design which maximizes the use of space, being filled with cup holders, cubby holes and even a small glove box, all helping you to store your stuff safely.
Mitsubishi Minicab dashboard is smart.
The instrument cluster delivers an attractive design and looks pretty futuristic keeping you posted on various vehicle stats including a Digital Speedometer, Power Meter, Drive Battery Residual Charge Indicator and Available Range displays. You won’t have any complains about the controls and switches for sure, as everything is in the right place.
4. Operational Excellence & Safety Features
The Mitsubishi Minicab engine gets the motor delivering a maximum output of 41 hp between 2500-6000 rpms. The biggest advantage offered by the electric vehicles is that maximum torque is available instantly with the moment you start the motor. Mitsubishi Minicab van can churn out a top torque of 196 Nm which is available at its peak between 0-3000 rpms, delivering pretty capable towing abilities even when the van it’s fully loaded.
The updates given to the engine improved the Mitsubishi Minicab fuel economy of the five-speed MT model by 1.2km/l (in JC08 mode), enabling the 2WD and 4WD models to now offer a fuel economy of 19.8km/l and 19.6km/l respectively. Meanwhile, the fuel economy of the three-speed AT model has been improved by 0.4km/l, enabling the 2WD and the 4WD models to now offer a fuel economy of 17.2km/l and 17km/l respectively.
Mitsubishi Minicab power source.
All models come with ABS and TCL (traction control) as standard, and with a vehicle-approaching alert system which, at vehicle speeds of approximately 25 km/h (15.5 mph) or less, emits an audible warning to alert pedestrians to the approach of the vehicle.
5. Driving Experience
The seats cannot be the most comfortable units you’ll find around and leg room is more on the cramped side, as well. Furthermore, Mitsubishi Minivan delivers better seating comfort because both the driver’s and passenger seats have bigger seat surfaces. In addition to all grades being outfitted with an air conditioner filter, the G grade now adopts a seat riser carpet that covers the metal plate below the seats, adding more cabin comfort. So you see, Mitsubishi tried to improve this issue by making a wide range of adjustments, but don’t expect to any wonders.
While driving, you’ll hold an attractive three spoke steering wheel which looks pretty good and adds a dose of sportiness in an otherwise pretty dull atmosphere. The road visibility is excellent and all drivers may like the huge windscreen and the generous lateral windows. The door mirrors are also up to the jobs and they manage to cover all blind spots, keeping you well informed of everything’s going on behind. The driver is enable to use a drive selector to choose from three driving modes namely "D," "Eco," and "B." This selecting operation allows you to choose between normal operation, lower output/energy-saving operation, and operation in which the regenerative brake bias is increased.
For functional equipment, apart from adopting hooks for both the left and right loading platforms, a gate hook has been added to the center of the rear gate. Therefore, it is capable of better loading capacity and practicality. Moreover, because the roof panel is now made from a rustproof steel sheet, the Minicab Truck is now 100% rust-proof.
A Lucrative Investment
Mitsubishi Minicab is an optimal buy for those looking for a compact commercial vehicle which is able to deal well with city deliveries. It’s undeniable that the vehicle has its limitation when it comes to payload capacity, but its efficient nature makes it a smart choice for those who want to cut the costs of commercial transportation to minimum.
We, the Car From Japan company, is always ready to deliver the best of the best used Mitsubishi Minicab to you, with reasonable prices and reasonable quality.