How much has changed, beyond the new look? We steal the keys to the CarAdvice Triton for a comparison!
Australia’s top-selling ute among private buyers has come in for some minor but worthwhile changes for 2020.
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It's priced like a challenger, but with the familiarity of an established brand. The 2019 Triton isn't Australia's freshest ute, though it could be one of the more compelling in its segment.
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Mitsubishi has given the Triton a welcome overhaul and added advanced safety tech on most models.
It's not the newest offering in its class – far from it – but the ASX still has plenty to offer if you're after cheap, fuss-free motoring.
A tough design makeover headlines the list of changes on Mitsubishi’s 2019 Triton ute.