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A new look for Mitsubishi’s 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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Mitsubishi releases limited edition Triton Blackline | TRANSPORT NEWS

Mitsubishi Motors Australia has announced a limited edition Triton Blackline model based on its popular 2018 GLS 4×4 Double Cab. Triton Blackline comes complete with a number of unique styling and specification enhancements to deliver a smart but tough on-and-off-roader. In addition to the GLS features of Smartphone Link Display Audio (SDA), keyless entry and reversing camera, Triton Blackline gains ...

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Delivery Magazine delves into the growth of the off-road load carrier for the recreational tradie – Stuart Martin reports  To suggest there’s been solid growth in the LCV 4×4 dual cab segment of the Australian new vehicle market is akin to suggesting the Coalition has a mild dislike of alternative energy options. The multipurpose machine that tows both tools and ...

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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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