Available in both three and five door hatchbacks, the 2003 Yaris is actually a facelifted version of the 1999 model. Toyota didn't include too many changes but the most important one is the addition of a new diesel engine that developed 75 horsepower and was said to provide very low fuel consumption yet advanced performance. More important, the same 1.4 liter engine was also installed by BMW on the MINI One D introduced by the German company in 2003.
Similar to the first generation of Yaris, the second generation was also available in three and five door hatchbacks, being available on multiple markets in the world. And speaking of markets, the Japanese were the first ones who got the new Yaris, Toyota introducing it in the first months of 2005. The Europeans, the Canadians and the Australians received the new model at the end of the year while the Americans got it in 2007. Marketed as Yaris in the US for the first time in its history, the new model was presented by Toyota at the 2006 edition of the Los Angeles Auto Show held in January.
Vehicle Type: Minibus Body type: Minivan Color: else- Not specified Year: 2000 Mileage: 11800 Miles Fuel: Petrol Engine displacement: 2.7 l Drive configuration: Not specified Gearbox: Manual
The Mitsubishi L200 model was revived in 1995 with a brand new model which was said to provide more performance than its predecessors, combined with greater engine power, enhanced fuel economy and a more attractive yet stylish look. The 1995 Mitsubishi L200 Crew Cab offered a choice of 5 engines, ranging between 2.4- and 3.0 liter, with maximum power rated at 181 horsepower. The upgraded medium SUV was also equipped with ventilated discs on front and drums on rear, manual, 5-speed transmissions and all-wheel-drive systems.