Mitsubishi Fuso Truck Information


110.2"133.9"151.6" Wheelbase

10' to 18' Body Sizes Accommodated

7,345 lb Payload

12,500 GVWR


110.2"133.9"151.6" 169.3"187.0"Wheelbase

10' to 22' Body Sizes Accommodated

10,535 lb Payload

15,995 GVWR


134.4" Wheelbase

12' to 15' Body Sizes Accommodated

8,130 lb Payload

14,050 GVWR

CANTER FE160 Crew Cab:

169.3"187.0" Wheelbase

12' to 20' Body Sizes Accommodated

9,880 lb Payload

15,995 GVWR


110.2"133.9"151.6"169.3"187.0" Wheelbase

10' to 22' Body Sizes Accommodated

12,535 lb Payload

17,995 GVWR

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck Sales:

5509 Wellington Road,

Gainesville VA, 20155



Cell: 571-437-8038

Virtually all medium-duty cabover truck manufacturers offer standard 3-year, unlimited mileage powertrain warranties, including Mitsubishi Fuso. But Mitsubishi Fuso sets the highest standard by protecting your investment up to 5 years/175,000 miles with its extended powertrain warranty.

Our powertrain warranty also covers bolt-on items other truck warranties don’t—including the starter, alternator, turbocharger, water pump and more. So why go with a warranty that stops at three years when you could go up to five?

The Canter models come in four GVWRs.

GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating) is the total weight of a truck and everything on and in it, including driver and passenger. Exceed it, and you could be ticketed by local law enforcement. Better to under-load a higher GVWR truck than to over-load a lower-rated one. So think about the loads you typically carry, and spec accordingly.

GVWR is not to be confused with “curb weight”, which is simply the weight of an empty, unmanned truck. However, the lighter the curb weight, the better, because it can produce a payload advantage. The Mitsubishi Fuso Canter has lower curb weight than competitive trucks within similar GVWRs, which could give you a payload edge of up to 2,200 pounds. Advantage: you!

Some medium-duty truck manufacturers offer gasoline engines, but in the long run diesel engines tend to be the better choice. For starters, a diesel delivers more torque at lower rpm, which makes it easier to start a vehicle from a standstill. Diesel engines are designed to last longer, too. While gas engines can require a rebuild in as little as 100,000 miles, 300,000+ miles from a diesel engine is not unusual with proper maintenance. And their service intervals are often longer than gas engines. The Canter goes 18,000 miles between oil changes!

And should you think diesel engines don’t run as cleanly as gasoline engines, Mitsubishi Fuso diesels feature world-proven BlueTec® emission treatment systems for payload-moving power that’s lean and clean. Best of all, diesels deliver better fuel economy than gasoline engines. Gallon for gallon, diesel contains more energy (147,000 BTUs) than gasoline (125,000 BTUs). You’ll burn more gasoline to equal the power output of diesel fuel. And Mitsubishi Fuso’s new, lighter, higher-revving diesel engine delivers better fuel economy than our previous power plants!

Conventional trucks place the engine and hood in front of the driver, which adds to the vehicle’s overall length and weight, reducing payload potential and making maneuverability and visibility more difficult. A typical conventional truck blocks the driver’s view of the ground up to 25 feet from the front of the truck.

Mitsubishi Fuso’s Canter cab-over-engine design eliminates the hood and features large expanses of glass around the driver for maximum visibility. The driver can see the ground just 6 feet in front of the truck. And because the cab occupies less space on the frame, the truck body can occupy more for a significant payload advantage. Cabovers are also more maneuverable in tight streets and alleys than conventional trucks. In fact, the shortest-wheelbase Canter cabover has a tighter turning radius than a MINI Cooper!

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