The Mitsubishi Delica is a range of Trucks and multi-purpose vehicles manufactured by Mitsubishi since 1968. It was originally based on a small pickup truck introduced the previous year, also called the Delica, its name a contraction of the English language phrase Delivery car. This truck, and a commercial Vans derived from it has received many names in export markets, being sold as the L300 in Europe and New Zealand, Express and Starwagon in Australia, and plain Mitsubishi Van and Station Wagon in the US.
The production of the Delica light commercial cab-over pickup began in July 1968. It received the chassis code T100, in line with the recently introduced T90 Canter. Using a KE44 1,088 cc engine producing 58 PS (43 kW), its maximum payload was 600 kg (1,323 lb) and had a top end speed of 115 km/h (71 mph). A year later, in line with consumer needs, a cargo van and a passenger van were added to the line-up. The passenger van, discontinued in 1976, 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..
The Delica series was replaced in June 1979 by an all new design, bringing overall width up to the maximum 1,690-millimetre (67 in) dictated by Japanese regulations for "compact" vehicles. Suspended at the front by an independent wishbone construction and a leaf spring at the rear, the Delica also features a sliding side door and one-piece gas strut tailgate. The line-up was expanded to include ten model variations encompassing a wide variety of passenger, cargo and recreational applications.
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