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2019 Mitsubishi Triton GLX review

No side steps, no chrome and no sports bar. But is the base foundation Triton any good?

MountainTop Roll Cover review

How do you make a 4x4 ute more versatile? That huge space in the back is awesome, yes. But when it gets wet, isn’t lockable, and anybody can just straight-up jump in the back, is that rear end really that usable in the real world? We had this problem with our hard-working crew vehicle, a Mitsubishi Triton GLX+...

2019 Mitsubishi Triton GLS 4x4 review

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.

2019 Mitsubishi Triton GLS Premium review

The Mitsubishi Triton GLS Premium sits atop the updated workhorse range, and offers an impressive array of safety tech and a bluffer new look to cement its status.

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2019 Mitsubishi Triton review: GLS Premium flagship driven!

This is the GLS Premium, now the flagship in the Triton range, replacing the Exceed. Can the new facelifted model compete with the top-shelf offerings in the Ranger and HiLux lines?

2019 Mitsubishi Triton GLX+ review: Australian launch

The Mitsubishi Triton has had its first facelift in four years, bringing bold styling to its previously understated appearance. While it looks like an all-new model, this is a clever redesign of the Triton introduced in 2015.

2018 Dual-cab ute mega test

Dual-cab utes are expected to be more versatile today than ever before. Rough and tough is not enough. The flagship versions must be comfortable inside, safe, and look the part because people want show ponies as well as workhorses. Our team have tested eight key contenders (LDV wouldn't give us a T60, and the X-Class hadn't launched in time for this test), to see how they all stack up...

Ute comparison: Ford Ranger v Holden Colorado v Isuzu D-MAX v Mitsubishi Triton v Toyota HiLux v Volkswagen Amarok

Read the full review here  There are work utes – you know, the single-cab budget-focused models aimed at tradies specifically – and there are lifestyle utes, those that cost $60,000 to $70,000 that are more often seen with a dude in a suit driving them rather than a bloke in overalls...

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Mitsubishi Triton Comparisons

Mitsubishi Triton GLS Premium v SsangYong Musso Ultimate comparison

The Mitsubishi Triton is a staple of Australia's ute market, outsold only by the Toyota HiLux and Ford Ranger in its segment. This recently upgraded model gets a buffer design and a full suite of active safety tech designed to keep it fresh, and a new range-topping GLS Premium variant that we're testing here...

2018 Ford Ranger v Toyota HiLux v Mitsubishi Triton v Nissan Navara v Holden Colorado v Isuzu D-MAX v Mazda BT-50 v Volkswagen Amarok

Dual-cab utes are expected to be more versatile today than ever before. Rough and tough is not enough. The flagship versions must be comfortable inside, safe, and look the part because people want show ponies as well as workhorses. Consider, for a moment, that the eight most popular dual-cab models managed 193,000 sales in Australia last year, which equals 16 per cent of the entire new vehicle market...

Ute comparison: Which ute has the best tub?

They’re more likely to carry dirty nappies and road bikes than a bale of hay, but all eight of the cars on our 2018 dual-cab mega test are, you know, dual-cab utes. That means they still need to be fit for hard work. Has the transition to a life of luxury undermined the inherent practicality of these one-time work vehicles? Here’s a look at how the tray on each stacks up...

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Mitsubishi Triton News

Mitsubishi Triton fuel economy buyback sets ‘concerning’ precedent, industry calls for motoring tribunal

The car industry has called for a national motoring tribunal to be established following a landmark case in Victoria which awarded the owner of a two-year-old Mitsubishi Triton a full refund on the $39,500 new-car purchase price due to discrepancies over fuel economy claims...

Mitsubishi Triton: Ford Ranger Raptor challenger on the cards for Australia

Love the idea of a Ford Ranger Raptor, but don't want to shell out crazy money for the privilege? Mitsubishi may have the answer. These trademark images are the closest sign yet the Japanese manufacturer is readying its Triton Absolute off-roader for production...

Mitsubishi Triton discounts start

Mitsubishi has begun offering discounts on certain variants of the new-look Triton as it begins to clear stock of the superseded model. When the facelifted Triton went on sale late last year Mitsubishi raised the price of its double cab utes by between $4000 and $6500...

2016 Mitsubishi Triton recalled

Mitsubishi Motors Australia has issued a recall for the 2016 model-year Triton double cab, over concerns vehicles with pipe-style side steps could be prone to corrosion. According to the Japanese manufacturer, the rivets for the side step cover could corrode and fracture, especially "if usage involves exposure to salt or anti-freeze agent"...

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Mitsubishi Triton Owner Reviews

2017 Mitsubishi Triton GLX (4x4) review

I have now owned my Triton for just over a year, so I believe I can give some sound thoughts on what it is like to live with on a day to day basis. To begin with, lets start with the Triton's biggest seller, the price. I paid about $32,000 for my 2017 GLX (yes, I had some optional extras thrown on, but nothing to blow a price out)...

2017 Mitsubishi Triton GLS (4x4) Sports Edition review

After biting the bullet and buying my first diesel, I can honestly say I love this car. The reason for my choice came down to a couple of key factors. Size was high as I live in the city, so I wanted a dual-cab that could be manoeuvred easily. Cost and value were also big items on the list, as I'm sure they are with any other consumer products...

2013 Mitsubishi Triton GLX (4x4) review

It's a great car to drive and it's not at all noisy for a diesel. You wouldn't know you were driving a diesel, as it doesn't have the sound of one, or the bumpy feel of one, and the fuel consumption is great. (I have only bought Mitsubishis in the last few years, although never a Triton). The turning circle is great. I also like the USB and the Bluetooth in the stereo...

2016 Mitsubishi Triton Glx (4x4) review

I like my Triton. It does everything it should; it's kind of like the average kid at school – it doesn't do anything great, but it does do it all. It has a few small issues like the front passenger seat has rattled like crazy from the day I got it...

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