The Mitsubishi Triton Exceed range-topper undercuts its rivals by thousands, but does it have the chops to be a proper lusted-after ‘lifestyle’ ute like the Ranger XLT or HiLux SR5? Or are you better off buying a lower grade and mods for the same money?
The Club Cab version of the Mitsubishi Triton bridges the gap between single- and double-cab variants, but doesn't offer much in the way of second row comfort.
Even before the 2017 Mitsubishi Triton debuted, the three-star brand's ute has always represented strong value for money. Now with some exterior detailing, it looks the 'tough truck' part, too.
We bought this one – the 2016 Mitsubishi Triton GLX+ dual-cab ute – to see if it's the best from the brand.
Following our budget utility test, we take a close look at Mitsubishi's affordable work horse - the Triton GLX. With its standard alloy tray, could this be the serious work ute you're looking for?
The new-generation Mitsubishi Triton is better than ever before. Matt Campbell samples what could be the pick of the range, the GLS.
Mitsubishi's 2016 Triton has launched into a dual cab market that's tougher than ever. While the new Triton is improved, has it improved enough.
It may not be one of the best utes available, but the Triton GLX-R 4x4 is a quality budget workhorse.
With a raft of new-generation dual-cab utes impressing with newfound road manners and safety levels, how does the former segment benchmark now fare?
This serious tradesman's tool has just turned luxurious. Model Tested: 2010 Mitsubishi Triton GLX-R; 2.5-litre four-cylinder turbo diesel; five-speed manual - $47,990 2010 Mitsubishi Triton GL-R; 2.5-litre four-cylinder turbo diesel; five-speed manual - $44,990 CarAdvice Rating: Longer, deeper and more powerful, it has all the making of a decent adult film...