The Mitsubishi Triton has a new flagship in the range, with three versions of the GSR replacing the GLS Premium.
While new metal continues to bound into the competitive 4x4 ute segment, is Mitsubishi's mid-spec Triton still the smart value choice?
With looks normally reserved for higher-cost models, is the GLX-R going to be the darling of the Triton range?
Not much has changed on the new Mitsubishi Triton, so is the chance to pick up last year's model at a great price an offer too good to refuse? James takes a look.
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.
No side steps, no chrome and no sports bar. But is the base foundation Triton any good?
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+...
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.
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.
Mitsubishi has given the Triton a welcome overhaul and added advanced safety tech on most models.