Mitsubishi Raider Accessories & Parts

About Mitsubishi Raider

The Mitsubishi Raider rolled off the line and onto dealer lots for the 2006 model year. It is constructed off of Chrysler's N platform and is basically a Dodge Dakota with different badging and several distinctive styling cues. Upon the truck's debut, it was available in both two and four-wheel drive and outfitted with a 3.7L Power Tech V6 engine which produced 210 horsepower and 210 pounds-per-foot of torque. However, a bolder 4.7L V8 was also offered, churning out 230 horsepower along with 290 pounds-per-foot of torque. Both engines were mated to a standard six-speed manual transmission with a four-speed automatic offered as an option. As for the hauler's dimensions, the Mitsubishi Raider measured in with a wheelbase of 131.3 inches, a width of 71.7 inches, a height of 68.6 inches, and an overall length of 218.5 inches. Two body-styles were presented: extended cab and Double Cab (Crew Cab). The extended cab showcased a 6'6" bed with rear-opening access doors while the Double Cab showed off four full-size doors and a 5'4" bed.

Trim levels at the model's introduction were the LS, Durocross, and XLS, with each offering an assortment of options. For 2007, four Double Cab configurations were available and one extended-cab version. The XLS trim was no longer offered however, as the new SE trim level took its place later that year. Mitsubishi also decided to do away with the V8 option on all trims except for the SE. A year later, both the Durocross and SE trim levels were discontinued from the lineup, as was the 4.7L V8. The only trim level remaining for 2008 was the LS, while drivers could obtain different options by choosing among several packages. The extended cab offered the Power and Convenience Package while the Double Cab could be had with the Exterior Appearance Package, showing off a sliding rear window and interior accents. An Extra Value Package displayed a bed liner, mud guards, and side rails, although some options were obtainable separately.

2009 did not see the Mitsubishi Raider become the beneficiary of many updates, although the base truck was given a tilted steering wheel for the first time. Extended cab variants of the Raider had 16' wheels, a front-bench seat, a four-speaker stereo system with CD, and air conditioning. Double Cab models offered full power accessories (doors, windows, and locks), cruise control, and remote keyless entry. As for safety features, rear-antilock brakes and front-airbags were the main line of defense, although four-wheel ABS brakes weren't available. The truck was dropped from the Mitsubishi roster following the 2009 model year. During its brief stint on the roadways, the Mitsubishi Raider received attention from around the industry, having been named “One to Watch" by Consumer Guide (2006) as well as an Auto Pacific Vehicle Satisfaction award recipient (2006).

There are trucks and then there is the Mitsubishi Raider. The difference? While other monsters of the road tend to blend into obscurity, the Mitsubishi Raider stands out, further elevating its status due to the loyalty of its drivers. And that's what it's all about. The Mitsubishi Raider is known for its ability to haul as well as move smoothly down the freeway, showing off a hint of the rugged style it is recognized for and featuring solid performance parts trusted all over the world. If you've been gunning for a shot at Mitsubishi Raider accessories and parts that add onto your truck's image, you've come to the right place! is here with a full selection of Mitsubishi Raider Accessories and Parts for you to choose from. We showcase nothing less than the finest quality in the world at prices that make sense. Floor mats, cargo liners, bed rails, tonneau covers, chrome trim, grilles, and dash kits. The list goes on and on. We take Mitsubishi Raider accessories and parts seriously because we know that's what you deserve. When your truck is in need of a personal touch, don't trust anyone other than!

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Mitsubishi Raider Accessories & Parts Reviews
Average rating:4.54.6 - 4 reviews
2006 Mitsubishi Raider
| Posted by | (Orlando, FL)

I've used this rack on one long road trip and several weekend trips including a bit of off-roading. The rack works great and keeps the bikes secure even over rough terrain. The bolt-style hitch pin may seem like a pain but it contributes a lot to the stability - without it you'd need to add a separate stabilizer to get the same level of support for the bikes. For security, I just run a cable lock thru the safety chain loop on my hitch - no need for a locking hitch pin.

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