Mitsubishi hasn’t settled for minor changes with its new Triton, with the company opting to redesign the new model from the ground up. The result is a seriously competent and refined ute that gives its stiff competition something to worry about.
Mitsubishi has detailed its all-new Triton ute which features a completely redesigned chassis, larger body, and a new twin-turbo engine.
The all-new Triton has gone ‘beast mode’ on us, debuting bold new styling, an all-new platform, and most importantly an all-new engine.
The Mitsubishi Triton might be due for an all-new replacement soon, but is it still worth buying the current model while you can?
The Drive Section team has captured exclusive images of the next-generation Mitsubishi Triton undergoing Australian testing.
After another tumultuous year for the new car market, the Australian Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) has published its complete new vehicle sales data for 2021, showing that while sales have started to rise after 2020’s coronavirus-driven decline, the […]
We get behind the wheel of what is quite possibly the best-kept first-generation Mitsubishi L200 in the world to see just what tradie utes were like nearly 40 years ago.
The Australian Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) has published its complete new vehicle sales data for 2020 – a year most drastically effected by the economic implications, nationwide and state-specific lockdowns, and production issues tied to the coronavirus pandemic. […]
Mitsubishi’s facelifted 2019 Triton presents itself as one of the best-value dual cab ute buys, with the GLS Premium also being one of the best-equipped in the class.