Mitsubishi Fuso Canter Trucks For Sale

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First introduced over half a century ago, the Mitsubishi Fuso Canter range served as the Japanese manufacturer’s main mid-range line of trucks. The range starts at 3.5 tonnes GVW, with the 130bhp Euro 5 EEV Canter and 145bhp Canter 3C15. The middleweight Canter is the 6.5 tonne GVW version at either 145bhp or 175bhp.

The largest Canter model comes in at 7.5 tonnes with the same choice of engines as the middleweight models. Highly-rated by many drivers, the Canter was last changed in 2005 but could be set for a revamp in the near future. In the meantime, there is a choice of cabs available for those Canters which are still on the market.

Find out more about the technical specs behind the Fuso Canter and learn about what TruckLocator make of it.

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Mitsubishi Fuso Canter  3C13
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Mitsubishi Fuso Canter 3C13 POA
2013 | Lutons - 4x2 Luton Boxvan - 15ft Body - Manual Gearbox - 3500kg
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Mitsubishi Fuso Canter  3C13
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Mitsubishi Fuso Canter 3C13 £11,500.00
2014 | Flats Rigis Truck, 27,888miles,3,500kG GVW, Disel,3 Seats, Excellent Overall Condition, Good Interior, 2 Owners, 4x2, Day Cab, 2998cc, Manual, White, 2 Doors, Excellent Body Condition, 75% Tyre Condition, MOT Until 12/2017 #11,500 + VAT
Mitsubishi Fuso Canter 7C15
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Mitsubishi Fuso Canter 7C15 POA
2013 | Curtainsiders | 7500kg This MITS CANTER 7C15 CANTER commercial vehicle seats 3; The gearbox is 5 speed manual; Length: 20ft; The taillift is rated at: 1000 kgs Dhollandia tuckaway; Rear doors: Barn; First registered: 29.11.2013; MOT expiry: May 2018; Suspension: Steel; Euro: 5; LEZ: Compliant
Mitsubishi Fuso Canter 7C14D
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Mitsubishi Fuso Canter 7C14D POA
2006 | Dropsides Crew Cab, three way Tipper, drop side, manual gearbox, tool box, tow bar, compressor with hammer take off's, swing lift crane behind cab, seats 6 people
Mitsubishi Fuso Canter  Fuso 7C18
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Mitsubishi Fuso Canter Fuso 7C18 POA
2010 | Refuse Body | 7500kg Farid Mini Matic 8 refuse truck with trade bin lift ideal food waste collectionMoT Due May 18log book present
Hopkinsons Fairdeals Ltd
Mitsubishi Fuso Canter  7C18
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Mitsubishi Fuso Canter 7C18 £4,499.00
2009 | Box Vans 2009 MITSUBISHI CANTER 7C18 4X2 BOX TRUCK WITH TAIL LIFT 103000 MILES GOOD CONDITION ANY INSPECTION WELCOME FOR MORE TRUCKS LIKE THIS PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE OR TEL: 07757689678 / FROM ABROAD 00447757689678 PLEASE CALL/WHATSAPP/SMS CURRENTLY WE HAVE OVER 100 TRUCKS IN STOCK For More Trucks Like This Please See Our WebsiteTEL: 07757689678 Call / Sms / Whatsapp 24h From Abroad: 00447757689678
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Mitsubishi Fuso Canter  7C18
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Mitsubishi Fuso Canter 7C18 £6,950.00
2010 | Tippers CANTER 7C18, 2010, 4x2, 12ft 6 in 3 way dropside tipper,fitted penny hydraulics 500KGS winch crane, towbar, 102000 miles, April 2018 test, 6 speed manual gears, E/W, good condition
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Mitsubishi Fuso Canter  7C15 47
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Mitsubishi Fuso Canter 7C15 47 £11,250.00
2013 | Curtainsiders | 7500kg REF TG981, MITSUBISHI CANTER 7C15, 7.5 TONNE GROSS, DAY CAB, AUTOMATIC, 100.000 KMS WARRANTED, 4 X 2 , 2013/63, 20 FOOT CURTAINSIDER BODY, BURN DOORS, TOOK AWAY TAIL LIFT, VERY GOOD CONDITION, NO VAT IF GOING FOR EXPORT
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Mitsubishi Fuso Canter  7C15
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Mitsubishi Fuso Canter 7C15 £11,495.00
2013 | Curtainsiders Mitsubishi Canter 7C15 7.5t Curtainsider Dhollandia 1000kg tail lift, 2013, Dual passenger seat, auto, roof deflector, reverse camera, 93695 Miles £ 11,495
Leicester Commercial Centre
Mitsubishi Fuso Canter  7C15
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Mitsubishi Fuso Canter 7C15 £11,495.00
2013 | Curtainsiders Mitsubishi Canter 7C15 7.5t Curtainsider Dhollandia 1000kg tail lift, 2013, Dual passenger seat, auto, roof deflector, reverse camera, 121338 Miles £ 11,495
Leicester Commercial Centre
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Click on the dates in the timeline below to view interesting events in the Mitsubishi Fuso Canter's history. Click on the circles in the timeline to view key model updates and face lifts
01.01.1963
Launch
The Canter range was launched, replacing the existing T720 range of light-duty trucks.
01.01.1980
Manufacturing moved
Manufacturing of the Canter range was moved to Tramagal in Portugal.
01.01.1982
Canter replaced
The Canter name was replaced by the Mitsubishi Fuso in many countries as it proved to be too expensive for the firm.
01.01.2005
New Canter introduced
The new-look Canter was introduced, with much of the focus being on safety. At the same time, the Canter Eco Hybrid model was launched exclusively for the Japanese market.
11.08.2010
Fuso Canter EEV Launched
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The EEV version of the Canter was launched with emission levels lower even than the standard Euro 5 model. 130,145 and 175hp was available from the 3-litre diesel engine - guaranteeing light weight and good power.

Mitsubishi CanterThe range of Fuso Canter trucks spans three different weight categories – 3.5 tonnes, 6.5 tonnes and 7.5 tonnes. They can be used for a variety of purposes including as box vans, recovery vehicles, cranes and tippers.

Some of the most recent models are compatible with Euro 5 emission standards, with older versions of each truck meeting Euro 4 and Euro 3 standards. Most models for sale at the moment though will be Euro 5, which is handy. The older 7C14 and 7C11 had Euro 4 and Euro 3 engines.

In terms of cab choice, many models are three-seater, making the Canter an ideal choice for any small firm who needs more than one man for every job. The payloads of all vehicles in the Canter range makes lugging around a three-seater cab a breeze.

The 7C18 and 7C15 Canters have payloads in excess of five tonnes, something which has helped to endear the range to drivers across the country. As for the future, the Canter TF is due to be released as a replacement for the FB, FE and FH models.

All canter models are primarily sold by Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicle dealers, as Daimler, the parent company, owns the Mitsubishi Fuso Range.

Mitsubishi Fuso Canter In a nutshell

The Fuso Canter is as reliable as they come and versatile to boot. Impressive payload capacity makes it worth considering for anyone working in construction.


Fuso Canter EEV ReviewCanter EEV

In August 2010, Mercedes announced the arrival of the Fuso Canter EEV. EEV stands for Enhanced Environmentally Friendly Vehicle, and the light truck featured a low-emissions power plant. These engines had a closed particulate filter, while the company's BlueTec technology included an exhaust-gas recirculation system. This results in an engine with the lowest possible emissions while still delivering excellent performance. The Fuso Canter EEV was offered in a choice of four cabs, with singles and doubles along with narrow and full-width options. In short, the 2010 Fuso Canter EEV was a compact truck that offered one of the cleanest performances in Europe.

The original Fuso Canter was a milestone in efficiency, but the 2010 version went even further. The trucks were designed to comply with the strictest EEV regulations in place then while at the same time maintaining their admirably low level of fuel consumption. This winning combination was joined by a high payload, and Mercedes offered the truck in a wide variety of variants in order to appeal to as wide an audience as possible.

The Fuso Canter EEV's innovative engine was a major reason why the truck could reach these standards. This is a turbo diesel knocking out 175hp and displacing three litres. This was a brave move from Mercedes, as no other 7.7 tonne truck has such a small engine. When working with the truck's BlueTec system, exhaust-gas recirculation, selective catalytic reduction and the closed diesel particulate filter, the Fuso Canter EEV represented one of the most sophisticated trucks that had ever been built.

Mitsubishi Fuso Canter EEVThe 2010 Fuso Canter EEV was built with a firm focus on the drivetrain. All engine versions were built to meet the strictest EEV guidelines, which were only voluntary at the time. The same engine is used for the entire model range, from the 3.5 tonne gross vehicle weight (GVW) to the 7.5 tonne model. The engine was offered in three power outputs, ranging from 130hp to 175hp. Torque, meanwhile, increased from 300 Nm to 430 Nm and was delivered across a low engine rev range.

Those engines were based on a brand new design and featured a long stroke with a turbocharger, four valves per cylinder and two overhead cams. The turbo had variable turbine geometry, and the engine also benefited from common rail fuel injection. At the time, those engines were more advanced than anything else on the market.

The Fuso Canter EEV was built by Mitsubishi in Japan. The engineers there fine-tuned the engine to fit the needs of a light-duty truck perfectly. Some 90% of engine power is available from just 2,500rpm in all gears, meaning that the Fuso Canter EEV was capable of excellent pulling power while giving a relaxed driving environment. Clearly, the Fuso Canter EEV was a truck that was ahead of its time. The emissions standards and engine technology were ground-breaking for 2010 and are still impressive today. That is why a used Fuso Canter EEV could offer light-truck operators a very efficient little truck.

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Read some of the reviews left by Trucklocator users regarding the Mitsubishi Fuso Canter below. You can also view all Mitsubishi Fuso Canter reviews.

My Fuso truck was my worst investment 0.5/5 by Mike I bought my 2008 Fuso truck brand new and I have spent more on repairs to try and keep it running than what I actually paid for the truck. With over $30,000 in repairs and less than 100,000 miles on... Read full review
Reliable if unspectacular and heavy with poor payload and a cramped driving position. 3.5/5 by Geoff Saunders I’ve been driving a 3.5 tonne Mitsubishi Canter tipper for a couple of years now. It’s a 2009 truck and I bought it in 2012 at three years old. It had already taken a bit of punishment by... Read full review
You can get more on it.. 4/5 by Simon W. I run a builders merchant and I can get half as much again on my Canter tipper as I could on my old LF45. Seems rock solid too and easy to drive.

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