The new ute is now available in GLX 2.5-litre turbo diesel form with four-wheel drive. It also sees the addition of bucket seats, lever type hand brake, floor-mounted centre console with cup holder, a flip-up occasional-use rear seat, and a tray offering 1805mm in length and 460mm depth.
Masahiko Takahashi, President and CEO of Mitsubishi Motors Australia Limited is pleased to reintroduce the new model, saying in a recent report,
“Triton is one of the mainstays of the Mitsubishi range and has always proved popular as a practical and rugged work vehicle that can take all the hard knocks thrown at it. At the same time, Triton’s recognised four-wheel drive capabilities and car-like comfort have seen it used for recreational activities as well.
This resulted in Mitsubishi bringing back the Triton Club Cab into the Triton range. It features all the usual GLX fundamentals and specifications, such as a five-speed manual transmission, a fuel efficient turbo diesel 2.5-litre engine outputting 131 kW of power at 4000rpm and 400Nm of torque at 2000rpm - capable of 8.1L/100km fuel consumption - and a 2700kg towing capacity.
The Club Cab also offers a range of safety features including driver and passenger airbags, anti-lock brakes and electronic brake distribution. Electronic stability control is also available as an option.
Mitsubishi is offering the new Triton Club Cab with a five year/130,000km vehicle warranty and a 10 year/160,000km powertrain warranty. The company is also offering the car with a five year/unlimited kilometre roadside assistance package.
Prices start at $38,990, not including delivery and statutory charges.