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The Mitsubishi Delica is a long-lasting range of pickup trucks and cabovers designed and manufactured by Mitsubishi Motors Corporation since 1968. The Delica is now in its fifth generation and still a very economical vehicle with many cool functions to purchase. For these reasons, it is pretty easy to understand why there are many people seeking for a Mitsubishi Delica for sale today. If you are one of them, don’t miss out the review below as it will help you learn more about this vehicle in detail.
Essential Things To Know Before Buying A Mitsubishi Delica For Sale
The Mitsubishi Delica is offered as a Multi Purpose Vehicle or a Pickup Truck. In export market, the Delica is well-known by many different names such as Starwagon and Express in Australia, L300 in Europe and New Zealand and Mitsubishi Van and Wagon in the United States. The passenger models are called Delica Star.
II. Generation Review
1. First Generation (1968 - 1979)
The first generation Mitsubishi Delica was introduced in 1968. One year after the debut, two more models were added to the series: a passenger van and a cargo van. A passenger van was named the Delica Coach which can seat up to 9 passengers comfortably.
In 1969, the engine was upgraded. In 1971, Mitsubishi released a modified version, called Delica 75. It featured the same small size grille and a new 1.4-litre Neptune engine. Another modification was given to the Delica in 1974 with Double headlights. This model was named as “Delica 1400” in Japan, and in other markets it was known under the name Colt T110 or T120.
2. Second Generation (1979 - 1986)
The second generation Delica was launched in 1979 to replace the first generation. This generation came with a totally new design compared to the previous generation. Also, several models were added to this series with many interior layouts, applications for the recreation and cargo space.
In 1982, a four-wheel drive was available as optional in Japan. The 4WD diesel versions came in 1982 and the petrol versions with 4WD debuted in 1983.
3. Third Generation (1986 - 1994)
Mitsubishi released the third generation Delica in 1986 with a major change in terms of design.
This generation appeared with a more beautiful design than the prior generations and owned a long list of saty features.
In 1990 in Australia, a naturally aspirated diesel engine was introduced as an option. It was the first Mitsubishi Delica with naturally aspirated diesel engine in the market.
4. Fourth Generation (1994 - 2007)
In 1994 Mitsubishi launched the fourth generation Delica models under the name Delica Space Gear in Japanese market. There were no trucks manufactured in this generation. The fourth generation were offered in many models such as Exceed, Royota Exceed, Super Exceed, XG and XR. The fourth generation car is strong with a 4WD having off-road aptitude. It used the similar chassis like that of the Pajero.
5. Fifth Generation (2007 - present)
The fifth generation came in 2007 in the shape of a minivan called the Delica D:5. It was built based on the Concept D-5 prototype which was first introduced in Tokyo in 2005. It is a minivan with 8 seaters, featuring Mitsubishi's AWC four wheel drive system and an INVECS-III continuously variable transmission, paired with a 4B12 2.4 L MIVEC inline-four engine.
III. Some Reviews About Recent Mitsubishi Delica Vans
The Mitsubishi Delica Van is a common van suitable for people who love exploring and sleeping in their cars.
Comfort: In terms of comfort, the Van comes with electric automatic headlights, electric mirrors, heated seats, arm rests, enormous sunroof and some versatile seating. The roomy space and extra convenient seats inside the Van make you feel like you are sitting on a luxury vehicle, not a random car which looks like a toaster. So this Van is perfect for long journeys and road trips.
Four-wheel drive: The Delica uses similar traction system and drivetrain as the Mitsubishi Pajero with the option of 2.8 turbo-diesel or 3.0 V6 petrol engine. It’s traction is designed by Mitsubishi Super Select with low-range gears and the same central differential lock used in all Mitsubishi 4WD. This means the Delica Vans have the same power like the other 4x4s in the Mitsubishi range. The only minor difference is the Delicas are made to meet the requirements of a Van.
A Van for eight passengers or tiny home for two people: The Delica Van can carry 8 people comfortably without any problems. If you don’t have an extended family, you can use the Delica as a super tiny and cosy campervan for 2 people.
A simple vehicle to repair: All the Delicars are built with a very simple Electronic Control Unit. So the job of repairing all the internal parts and engine is pretty easy. If your Delica has some issues, you will be able to fix it with some spare parts and little mechanical knowledge.
Spare-parts are available everywhere: Mitsubishi is a famous company in the world so you can buy spare parts for your Delica with ease in local garages. Moreover, you can order spare parts via online websites.
The excellent overlanding minivan: The Delica can take you to almost everywhere. It is super convenient and you can transform it into a tiny house if needed. It is not so hard to park the car compared to the larger buses or trucks so it is suitable for your adventures.
IV. Mitsubishi Delica Price
On used car market, a Mitsubishi Delica for sale is varying from $3000 to $8000 (FOB price). The price of a used Mitsubishi Delica depends on model year, mileage and other conditions of the car. So you can base on these factors to pick a suitable Delica for your demand.