Priced at $43,990 driveaway with a five-speed manual and $45,990 driveaway with a five-speed automatic, the Warrior edition is more than $5000 cheaper than the range-topping Triton GLX-R 4x4 dual-cab on which it’s based and is fitted with a number of extra features that boost value even further.
Standard in the Warrior grade is a differential lock, black leather upholstery, six-way power driver’s seat, an eight-speaker audio system with MPSS power amplifier, and Mitsubishi’s multi communication system with USB input, Bluetooth phone connectivity and voice recognition.
The exterior – available in Charcoal, Cool Silver, Ironbark and White paint colours – sports an alloy front nudge bar, soft tonneau cover, and Warrior decals on the front doors.
The Mitsubishi Triton GLX-R Warrior is limited to just 200 vehicles across the country.
All new MY15 Triton models score an upgraded audio system, while the GL and GLX gain Bluetooth, voice control and steering wheel-mounted audio controls, making these features standard across the range.
All Triton dual-cabs are now equipped with two Isofix child seat anchorage points, while the GLX-R gains a black interior colour theme.
Prices are unchanged across the range, starting at $20,990 for the GL cab-chassis 4x2 petrol manual and rising to $48,240 for the GLX-R dual-cab diesel auto.