|Manufacturer||Hyundai Motor Company|
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
|Also called||Mitsubishi Fuso Canter|
|Production||1st (1987-1994; Fuso based)|
|Assembly||Wanju, South Korea|
|Designer||Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation|
|Body and chassis|
|Class||Rear wheel drive vehicles|
|Body style||Truck (standard cab, crew cab)|
|Platform||Mitsubishi Fuso Canter|
|Related||Mitsubishi Fuso Canter|
|Engine||Mitsubishi 117 HP|
|Successor||Hyundai Mighty II|
Manufactured from 1987 with the first cars going to Asia, other European and American countries which saw import or manufacture of the Mighty included Europe, Mid-east, Africa, and South America. Korea was another market until early 1987. In many markets the Mighty was very expensive and was replaced by the Hyundai Truck when that model became available in 1987 to 1997. In North America the Mighty was known as the Bering LD.
The overseas was another important market for the Mighty - to the extent that it was manufactured there from the 1980s using many local components.
- Hyundai Mighty 1st Generation:Mitsubishi Fuso design, Platform and Rebadged in Mitsubishi Fuso Canter, Manufacture period: 1987-1994
- Hyundai Mighty 2nd Generation:Hyundai & Mitsubishi Fuso design, Manufacture period: 1994-1997
- Standard Cab Low Long Cargo (2.5t)
- Standard Cab Shot Cargo (2.5t)
- Standard Cab Long Cargo (2.5t, 3.5t)
- Double Crew Cab Long Cargo (2.5t)
- Standard Cab Shot Dump (2.5t, 3.5t)
- Hyundai Mighty II (October 1997 - October 2004) The Mighty III, which was launched on October 20, 1997, was developed independently by Hyundai Motors, which is different from the existing Mighty, and pursued ride quality of passenger cars.
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