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2003-2006 Mitsubishi Triton recalled in Australia: 9500 vehicles affected

Mitsubishi Motors Australia has recalled 9500 Mitsubishi Triton utes over an Australia Design Rule non-compliance issue related to the genuine accessory aluminium trays and towbars. The recall affects two-wheel drive, four-cylinder, single- and dual-cab variants of the Mitsubishi MK Triton sold in Australia between May 1, 2003 and December 31, 2006...

Mitsubishi Triton, Nissan Navara to share new platform

Mitsubishi and Nissan have confirmed the Nissan Navara will be built alongside the Mitsubishi Triton in Thailand from next year. Joint production will start from the beginning of the next Asian financial year in April 2012 at Mitsubishi’s Laem Chabang Industrial Estate in Chonburi...

2011 Mitsubishi Triton Club Cab reintroduced

Back due to popular demand, Mitsubishi has relaunched the Club Cab platform to its Mitsubishi Triton 2011 model year range. 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...

Mitsubishi Triton Recalled

Although Japanese rival Toyota may have been stealing the limelight with its vehicle recalls and perceived quality issues, Mitsubishi is seemingly joining the new fad. Mitsubishi has announced today the recall of over 42,000 Triton Models manufactured between October 2006 and January 2009...

2010 Mitsubishi Triton utility specifications

Mitsubishi Australia has today announced the arrival of its 2010 Triton utility line-up. The 2010 Triton range offers a new engine, generous safety features included as standard, a greater towing capacity and an extended tray. The most important inclusion is the availability of a new high-powered turbo-diesel engine on four-wheel-drive variants which deliver the highest output and performance in this segment...

Mitsubishi Triton Diesel Super Select 4x4

Mitsubishi Australia has announced the arrival of a new upgrade to its Triton four-wheel drive utility range across the diesel VR, GLX-R and GLS models.   They now boast Mitsubishi's advanced Super Select four-wheel drive system as found in the highly specified passenger four-wheel drive Pajero wagon...

2007 Mitsubishi ML Triton 2.4L

Mitsubishi Australia has added a new engine to its 2007 ML Triton lineup. The Triton 2.4-litre two-wheel drive generates 94kW of power @ 5250 rpm and 194 Nm of torque @ 4000 rpm, the 2.4-litre engine offers economical fuel consumption figures of 10.9 litres per 100 km and meets Euro Step 3 emissions standards...

Mitsubishi Triton Utility ML 2006 2007

The all new Mitsubishi Triton Utility (Ute) will go on sale later in the month as Mitsubishi battles out the slow sales of its Australian made sedan, the 380. The most important update to the Triton line up is the introduction of the newly developed Euro 4 compliant 3.2 litre Common Rail diesel engine that produces 118kW of power at 4000rpm, and 347Nm of torque at a very low 2000rpm...