Mitsubishi

Updates and Upgrades | TRANSPORT NEWS

Mitsubishi announces upgrades to Triton for 2020 while LDV introduces a larger tub option for its T60. Starting with the LDV T60 Mega Tub, buyers gain one of the longest wheelbases and tub dimensions in the ute class, priced from $34,990 drive away for ABN holders, reflecting an increase of $1500 more than the standard T60. With an extra 315mm ...

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Mitsubishi revives the Express Van | TRANSPORT NEWS

Mitsubishi Motors Australia will launch the EXPRESS van in July, expanding the commercial range and providing Mitsubishi customers with a van for the first time in more than seven years. The EXPRESS will be offered in both short and long wheelbase versions  with a choice of manual and automated manual transmissions and, like the previous generation of EXPRESS, it will ...

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Triton Ute claims mislead purchaser | TRANSPORT NEWS

MITSUBISHI Motors Australia (MMAL) has lost a claim by the owner of a Triton ute that the fuel label on his vehicle was misleading and deceptive, in a case that has implications across the industry, reports motor industry newsletter GoAutoNews. The crux of the case was that the buyer wanted better fuel economy than his 2008 Triton and that the ...

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“BGC’s endorsement of the Triton is recognition that Mitsubishi is leading the market in fleet suitability, and especially in driver preference.”

THE TRITON GAME PLAN | UTE REVIEW – Mitsubishi Triton

Big deals at the top end of town – Words by Neil Dowling THE multi-million-dollar contract for about 540 vehicles awarded to Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd (MMAL) by one of Australia’s biggest construction and building companies, WA-based BGC (Australia) Pty Ltd, represents first blood for the new Triton dual-cab ute. The deal includes about 340 Tritons, with the remainder made ...

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A new look for Mitsubishi’s Triton

MID-FIELD PLAYER | UTE REVIEW – Mitsubishi Triton

A new look for Mitsubishi’s Triton – Words by Stuart Martin. The top-selling Mitsubishi so far this year sports a new face and upgraded safety features, in the latest incarnation of the Triton nameplate that stretches back more than four decades. Production has topped more than 4.7 million in that time, and, so far this year, sales volumes show no ...

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New Triton Revealed | UTE REVIEW-Mitsubishi Triton

Mitsubishi’s hope for increased market share depends on rapid acceptance of its next-generation Triton range. In light of the increasing competition hotting up from Ford and Holden, with their Ranger and Colorado models adding more bling to justify higher pricing (and increased profitability), Japanese ute maker Mitsubishi Motors has slammed down the industry accelerator to bring the next-generation upgrades to ...

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Exceeding Expectations

Stuart Martin finds there’s much to like about the top-spec Triton. The all-rounder is a term that can be applied to many of the dual-cab utes now on the market, and Mitsubishi’s Triton certainly falls into that category. The Exceed flagship is a versatile and well-equipped load-lugger, and, if you can get beyond the polarising exterior, there’s much to like. ...

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Flinders Keepers

Can you really take a workhorse from the building site to a proposed World Heritage site for a holiday? Stuart Martin goes trekking in the Flinders Ranges with a mob of Mitsubishi Tritons. Australians are not – generally speaking – a nation of workaholics, and its adoption of 4WD light commercial utes has not come about purely because we have ...

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Exceeding Expectations

Delivery’s mega-test, comparing the Triton with the Ranger and the Amarok, provides food for thought There’s a distinct pleasure in being able to take plenty of time to explore the features and benefits of three competing utes in a vehicle segment that is becoming one of the most popular amongst Australian buyers. Although the Ranger is not new for this ...

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FLINDERS KEEPERS

Can you really take a workhorse from the building site to a proposed World Heritage site for a holiday? Stuart Martin goes trekking in the Flinders Ranges with a mob of Mitsubishi Tritons. Australians are not – generally speaking – a nation of workaholics, and its adoption of 4WD light commercial utes has not come about purely because we have ...

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