The Mitsubishi Delica was originally based on a small pickup truck and multi-purpose vehicles (MPVs) built by Mitsubishi since 1968.The name Delica is a contraction of the English language phrase Delivery car.
In July 1968, the production of the Delica light commercial cab-over pickup began. As the consumer needs, after a year, a cargo van and a passenger van were added to the line-up. The passenger van was called the 'Delica Coach' and could seat nine people in three rows of seats. The engine was upgraded to 62 PS (46 kW) in 1969.
A four-wheel drive option was made available in 1982, first in the Japanese van market. Engines were all four-cylinders well known from MMC's passenger cars. Delica D:2 is smaller passenger van than the Delica D:5 launched in March 2011, equipped with a 1.2 L (1,242 cc) four-cylinder Suzuki K12B engine and a continuously variable transmission (CVT).
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