The 2017 Mitsubishi Triton is now available with a rear-view camera as standard equipment across the range, thanks to the addition of the technology on cab chassis models.
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Available from June production, the company has engineered a rear-view camera system for its hard tray pack range, which cost between $1191 to $1750 depending on configuration, excluding fitment and other charges.

"By offering a genuine rear view camera solution, we are able to offer Triton customers safety technology, without breaking their budget," said Tony Principe, Mitsubishi Australia's director of marketing.

"The Triton cab chassis continues to be a popular choice in the market, and we are committed to offering important safety technology like this to all of our customers."

Pricing for the Triton cab chassis range starts at $22,300 plus on-road costs for the entry-level GLX petrol manual with rear-wheel drive.