The 3rd Generation Mitsubishi L300 was introduced in 1995. The 3rd Generation Mitsubishi L300 is a mid-engine front wheel drive van. The 3rd Generation Mitsubishi L300 is also referred as the Mitsubishi Delica, Hyundai Grave, Hyundai H-100 and Mitsubishi Star Wagon. Production of the 3rd Generation L300 started in 1995 and has been in production for over 21 years. The Mitsubishi L300 was and is available to purchase during the years 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and the year 2015. The price of the Mitsubishi L300 3rd Generation is fairly competitive when compared to other models in the same class available in the local market.
The exterior of the 3rd Generation L300 features a very boxy design language. The front end houses rectangular headlights, a red Mitsubishi logo with chrome accent mounted in the center of the headlights, an outward sticking bumper and dual air intakes. The rear end features stacked rectangular headlights and a standard case tailgate. The overall exterior of the 3rd Generation Mitsubishi L300 is fairly boxy and restrained which is familiar for a van designed in the late nineties.
The 3rd Generation Mitsubishi L300 Features 12 seats arranged in four rows covered in fabric. The interior compromises of gray plastic trim pieces. Standard features include air conditioning, 2-Speaker Stereo audio system, and power steering. Options include dual air conditioning. The overall interior of the 3rd Generation Mitsubishi L300 features a good amount of interior space but a below par ride quality, comfort level and noise insulation level within the cabin. All aspects of the 3rd Generation Mitsubishi L300 interior controls are finished in gray plastic and operated manually. The Mitsubishi L300 offers a good level of interior space on both the front and rear for a van of its exterior dimensions but falls behind on aspects such as ride quality, comfort, and interior trim quality.