Yes, the new van, dubbed the Delica D:5, looks a lot like the MPV, from the sharp corners to the Dynamic Shield grille (which, judging by your comments on our Facebook page, isn’t the most popular look around). But anyway, here it is, so let’s dive in.
The new Delica comes in two trims: Standard and Urban Gear. Up front, you get slim LED headlights with big, rectangular foglamps underneath. In the rear are thin taillights that run horizontally across the width. The Standard gets plain five-spoke wheels, while the Urban Gear receives sculpted, bicolor rims.
Inside, the cockpit’s design befits the van as all the knobs and switches are large and very legible. Speaking of large, the infotainment display in the middle looks rather sizable. Leather and fabric seat options are available.
The Japan-spec Delica runs on a 2.2-liter common-rail turbodiesel, mated to an eight-speed automatic. There’s optional four-wheel drive, too, via the Mitsubishi All Wheel Control system.
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