Strada

1991

Strada

The Strada sport pickup truck was launched in Japan in May 1991. It was bedecked with a variety of dress up parts including wide fenders with integral side protector molding, and an oversize wrap around grille guard. Seating five occupants, the interior sported bucket-type front seats, tilt-adjust steering column with a 3-spoke design steering wheel, altimeter and inclinometer in a dash-mounted pod, high-power speakers as well as a detachable cargo box. The Strada fed the power from its torqueful 2.5 L dieselturbo engine through a part-time four-wheel drive driveline with a Hi / Low range transfer case to 255/70R15 radial tires on alloy rims to deliver robust performance on- and off-road. With its name deriving from the Italian for road, Strada completed Mitsubishi Motors lineup of seven RV type models, each sporting a different character and level of utility, the others being the Pajero, Delica, RVR, Chariot, Bravo and Mitsubishi Jeep.

Overall length 4990 mm
Overall width 1740 mm
Overall height 1770 mm
Engines 2.5 L dieselturbo