Grendia Vs Ninja

Grendia VS Ninja

Exploring two of the best Mitsubishi Forklifts on the Market

There are Pro’s and Con’s to any product and it is essential to way up all of the options before making a purchase. When buying a forklift, you need to know firstly what the main purpose of the forklift will be as well as which is going to provide you the best value for money.

We take a look at two Mitsubishi forklifts which both offer amazing quality, reliability and long term service.

Ninja VS Grendia

The Grendia

A next generation, higher performance machine. New technologies have allowed the Mitsubishi Grendia to be easy to operate as well as to be environmentally friendly. The Grendia’s engine is very fuel efficient and has ultra low emissions, which either complies with or exceeds the latest international environmental standards.

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Grendia’s Eco-Power

The new Grendia has achieved remarkable environmental controls and complies with all 2007 Emissions Standards while still maintaining high performance and reliability levels. The diesel 2 – 3.5 ton forklifts come standard with the award winning Mitsubishi S4S tier 3 engine.

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Two Level High/Low Speed Limiter (optional extra)

The Grendia’s automatic speed limiter can be set to two levels – outdoors (HIGH) and indoors (LOW).

Drivers cab alternate between the two speed limits at the flick of a switch, helping them to choose the most appropriate fuel efficiency for the location.

The Grendia – Safety First

The Grendia is fitted with the Mitsubishi IPS which is an integrated active safety system designed to improve vehicle safety by actively detecting problems before they become accidents.

It not only ensures safety during vehicle operation but also prevents errors when the operator is not seated, protecting both the operator and the workplace from potential accidents.

Overview of safety features:

-Mitsubishi IPS System

-Integrated Digital Monitors

-Mast and Travel Interlock

-Lift Lock

-Neutral Safety Device

-Powerful Lifting Capacity

The Mitsubishi Grendia is constructed with a low centre of gravity frame that optimizes vehicle balance and stability during lifting. That means a greater load capacity with much greater stability.

The high-torque, high-power engine maintains a stable lift speed regardless of the load, helping operators to increase productivity.

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Easy Operation. Driver Comfort

1 – Suspension seat with hip support mechanism. Ability to adjust position and extent of reclining according to body shape for maximum comfort. Seat belt fitted with warning light. Soft-grip handle makes getting in and out easier.

2 – Electric shift lever can be moved back and forth at the touch of a finger.

3 – Acrylic roof, comfortable operation in outdoor conditions. Easily installed and uninstalled.

4 – Fully hydraulic power steering fitted with steering synchronizer, a mechanism that automatically matches the rear wheel angle to the steering angle.

5 – Inching pedal allows delicate movements.

6 – Switches for optional functions positioned on the right side of the dashboard.

7 – Combination switch integrating indicators and headlight switches.

8 – Power-train full floating structure for excellent vibration reduction. The entire power-train is supported by vibration absorbing rubber mounts.

The Ninja

The Ninja is Mitsubishi’s answer to a low cost, high quality, simple forklift. the Ninja comes in the 2 – 3 ton range only and is designed to meet the needs of growing businesses that require a durable, reliable and versatile forklift to carry out day-to-day goods loading, moving and unloading requirements.

The Ninja was built for Asia and Africa as it has better heat balance and minimal electronics.

The Ninja forklift truck offers growing businesses the productivity boost of machine-powered loading, moving and uploading of materials. Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks’ commitment to quality and reliability means the Ninja will continue to be a good return on investment for many years to come.

Powerful Lifting Capacity

Mitsubishi Ninja forklifts are constructed with a low centre of gravity frame that optimizes vehicle balance and stability during lifting. That means a greater load capacity with greater stability.

The high-torque, high-power engine maintains a stable lift speed regardless of the load, helping operators to increase productivity.

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Compact Turning

Tight turns are easy with the Ninja thanks to a fully hydraulic power steering. Its manoeuvrability allows for easy U-turns and navigation in small workspaces.

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Serviceability

The new Ninja was designed so that repairs and troubleshooting are easy and require no specialized tools. Access to the engine bay is as simple as pushing a small button and lifting up the engine cover.

The engine bay is well laid out and there is plenty of room to carry out routine maintenance, service or repairs.

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3 Quick Ninja points:

  1. 44KW Diesel Engine

Inside every Ninja forklift is a beefy 44kw engine, which makes for strain-free performance and allows high lifting and travel speeds for any operation. Ninja gasoline forklift trucks are equipped with the renowned K25 dual fuel engine with the flexibility of either using gasoline or LPG.

  1. Floating Power Train

To manage all that Power, the Ninja is equipped with a full-floating power train that isolates vibrations from the engine to the frame and chassis. This isolation not only increases operator comfort in the cab but also reduces wear on vital parts and forklift drive train components.

  1. Optimal Airflow and Cooling

The Ninja is designed, engineered and built with reliability in mind and the truck’s cooling system is designed to operate in tropic conditions. To prevent overheating and excessive heat, cool air is moved through the engine compartment and radiator by a powerful cooling fan through the counterweight opening. This ensures the engine operates at optimum performance levels.

Final Comparison:

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