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Mitsubishi Fuso Fighter
HK Happy Valley Yik Yam Street Sunday Apollo Ice Cream Group n Mitsubishi Turbo
Manufacturer Mitsubishi Fuso
Production 1984-present
Predecessor Mitsubishi Fuso FK Series
Class Truck
Body style(s) Truck (standard cab (Worldwide), crew cab (Australia only))
Engine(s) Mitsubishi 220 HP (1983-1995), Mitsubishi 200 HP (1995-2004), Mitsubishi 245 HP (2004-), Mitsubishi 255HP, Mitsubishi 270HP, 280HP
Transmission(s) 6-speed manual
5-speed automatic
INOMAT 6-speed automatic

The Mitsubishi Fuso Fighter (kana:三菱ふそう・ファイター) is a line of medium-duty commercial vehicle by Mitsubishi Fuso. The range was primarily available in other big-size and mid-size trucks.

Most mid-size and big-size models of the truck are distinguishable by a front 'Fighter' badge, but the common Mitsubishi badge is usually used on the rear.

In United States, its principal competitors are Bering MD, Chevrolet W-Series, GMC W-Series, Isuzu FRR/FSR/FTR and the UD 2000/2300. and Japan competitors are Isuzu Forward, Nissan Diesel Condor, Hino Ranger.

Body typeEdit

  • Fighter mid-size
  • Fighter mid-size NX
  • Fighter mid-size CNG
  • Fighter big-size narrow cab (see big-size wide cab by Mitsubishi Fuso Super Great)
  • Fighter big-size narrow cab 4WD

ModelsEdit

HK Sheung Wan Bridges Street Waste Market n Collection truck FUSO 2

Fuso Fighter in Hong Kong

Shijo-expertgo

Fighter 2005 model

US & CanadaEdit

  • Fighter FK
    • FK-MR
    • FK-SR
    • FK-HR
    • FK200
    • FK417
  • Fighter FM
    • FM-HD
    • FM-MR
    • FM-SR
    • FM-HR
    • FM64F
    • FM260
    • FM330
    • FM555
    • FM555F
    • FM617
    • FM617L

New ZealandEdit

Fire Incident Control Unit Auckland

Fuso FK in New Zealand

  • 4X2 Fighter
    • FK200K1
    • FK200K6
    • FK200H6
    • FK250L6
    • FM250H6
    • FM250M6
    • FM250A6
    • FM280H6
    • FM280M6
  • 6x2 Fighter
    • FM220R2
    • FU220R2
    • FU250L6
    • FU250R6
    • FU280U6
  • 6X4 Fighter
    • FN280K6
    • FN280U6

AustraliaEdit

  • Fighter FK
    • 6.0T MWB/LWB/XLWB/XXLWB/Crew Cab
    • 7.0T LWB/XLWB/XXLWB
    • 8.0T XLWB/XXLWB
  • Fighter FM
    • 10.0T SWB/LWB/XXLWB
  • Fighter FN
    • 14.0T 6x2 XLWB
    • 14.0T 6x4 MWB/XLWB

EngineEdit

  • 4M50-T5/T6 4.899cc 180HP[T5] 210HP[T6]
  • 6D14 6.557cc 160HP
  • 6D15 6.919cc 170HP
  • 6D16 7.545cc 190HP
  • 6D16-T2 220HP/2800RPM 687Nm/1400rpm
  • 6D16-T7 255HP
  • 6D17 8.201cc 225HP
  • 6M60-T1 7.545cc 240HP/2600RPM 686Nm/1400RPM
  • 6M60-T2 7.5454cc 270HP/2600RPM 785Nm/1400RPM
  • 6M60-T2 7.545cc 280HP/2600RPM 801Nm/1400RPM
  • 6M60-T2(new version) 270HP/2500RPM 785Nm/1100-2400RPM
  • 6M60-T3 7.545cc 220HP/2200RPM 745Nm/1400-2000RPM
  • 6M61 8.201cc(CNG)225HP

Bore x Stroke :

  • 6D14 110 x 115mm
  • 6D15 113 x 115mm
  • 6D16/6M60 118 x 115mm
  • 6D17/6M61 118 x 125mm

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

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