The Triton has quietly served Mitsubishi very well for the last almost years. The first-generation car wasn't sold here, but the next three have sold more than , between them - and , in the previous MN model alone. It's held its own in the top three of the 4x4 dual cab market for the last few years, fighting the good fight against the long-reigning Toyota HiLux and the impertinent newcomer, the Ford Ranger. There is movement on the horizon, though. Both Volkswagen and Nissan are making inroads on the segment, while new players like Renault and Mercedes-Benz lurk on the horizon.
Mitsubishi Triton GLS dual cab 2016 review
Mitsubishi Triton review - GLS & Exceed (video) | PerformanceDrive
For decades, it has won many friends as a reliable, trusty workhorse, in a segment where Mitsubishi shines using its vast experience in heavy-duty machinery. And it needs to be brighter than ever for the model. Namely, the GLS blue and flagship Exceed silver. Both come with a new 2. A new six-speed manual comes as standard for the GLS, with the Exceed getting the also-new five-speed auto as standard optional on all other variants. Engine: 2. For that price, you get a rear-view camera, fog lights, bi-xenon headlights, side steps, dual-zone climate control, power-folding mirrors, LED daytime running lights, and the full safety arsenal of ESP and airbags.
2016 Mitsubishi Triton GLX single cab chassis review
The entry-level diesel model of Mitsubishi's extensive Triton utility range. There is a utilitarian premise to the Triton's ride and handling, reflecting its ability to carry weight. All in all it is a pleasant daily driver. The rear feels firm and busy when unladen — as most work-minded utes do — but it's certainly not as tiresome as Toyota's entry-level HiLux.
The humble ute is in a time of transformation. Stepping up into the cabin, the insides match the outside with more room for passengers and driver. The interior has moved upmarket, with a 6.