Most people recognize the Mitsubishi Fighter by the "Fighter" badge on the front. There is also always the Mitsubishi badge on the back with the Mitsubishi's logo of three red rhombi connected.
1992 - 1995
In 1992, they updated the cabin by making it rounder and softer, and they modified the side windows. The other change was projector-type headlights.
In 1995, Mitsubishi modified the Fighter to fit exhaust emission regulations.
1996 - 1998
They increased the load capacity to 7.5. In addition, Mitsubishi also released a new variety of Fighter with a lower floor and 4WD.
1997 - 2000
Mitsubishi offered a rear-wheel park brake for the 1997 models. After this year, the brakes became standard. The trucks also started including impact-absorbing steering and a hoisted passenger seat.
In 1998, they introduced the Fighter NX, which was a bed-less model. Because of this design change, individuals often use this model for shorter routes.
The New Fighter is the name for another model where they change the exterior design and the lighting system in 1999. In that same year, they updated the engine to a 6M61 and added dual-sided airbags.
After minor change