Questions You Need To Ask About Mitsubishi Trucks For Sale
*Are any of the warranties covering the truck still intact?
Mitsubishi offers excellent coverage on various parts of their trucks through warranty. New Mitsubishi trucks provide some of the highest quality warranties available in the industry with great coverage. If you are looking to buy a used Mitsubishi truck, then it is a good idea to inquire whether or not the warranty is still intact and transferable. The value of purchasing that truck may still be there even without a valid warranty. A difference in price will likely reflect this.
*What will I be using my Mitsubishi truck for?
The number of truck styles Mitsubishi provides can fit about any work duty. Not all styles are appropriate for all duties. If the truck will be used to haul dry goods, then you do not need a reefer unit. A truck that is hauling perishables, on the other hand, will require a refrigerated unit to maintain freshness, quality, and food safety. Chances are good you already have a specific idea in mind for what you need out of your truck. For those that have not given it ample consideration, you want to do so before looking.
*What is the difference between a cabover and a conventional truck?
Mitsubishi provides an excellent design in the cabover truck. Rather than the engine and associated mechanical parts sitting in front of the cab, the cab sits over it. The design effectively removes the nose of the truck and drastically improves visibility that would have been limited before. The cabover design also frees up additional frame space permitting more room for cargo and a shorter truck in general. The cabover design is a great option for drivers that need to navigate narrow areas and city streets.
*Is a diesel or gasoline engine better for a medium-duty truck?
Many manufacturers offer gasoline engines on their medium-duty trucks. Mitsubishi trucks tends towards diesel for a variety of reasons. A diesel engine can traverse as much as 300,000 miles before needing a rebuild whereas a gasoline engine can need one at 100,000. Diesel puts out a higher BTU which is coupled with state of the art technology to reduce the fuel needs of the truck's power plant. The diesel engines that Mitsubishi offers are constantly engineered and reengineered to be environmentally friendly, efficient, and provide an excellent cost to operate.
There are several options available for a driver or fleet owner that needs to add a new truck to their service. Mitsubishi Motors offers great options for a wide variety of functions. Know what you need going in so you do not walk away having spent money on something you did not. Used or new, a Mitsubishi truck is a great companion for getting your load where it needs to be.