Mitsubishi has confirmed local pricing and specs for the 2024 Triton, ahead of its launch in February next year. The range will open at $43,690 plus on-roads for the 4×2 GLX double cab, and top out at $63,840 plus on-roads for the GSR pickup.
Every variant will be powered by a new 2.4-litre bi-turbo diesel engine that employs ‘twin stage’ turbocharging – two turbochargers, one small for fast response at low revs, and a larger turbo to fortify the top end.
It’s good for 150kW of power and 470Nm of torque, and is paired to a 6-speed automatic transmission. A 6-speed manual will be available on some variants, post launch. Double Cab and Club Cab will be available at launch, with cab-chassis later in the year.
The model range will include GLX, GLX+, GLS and GSR grades, and all are comprehensively equipped. The entry level offering is available in 4×2 and 4×4 and features auto stop/go, heavy duty rear suspension and 2H, 4H and 4L on 4×4 models.
It also has new 17-inch wheels, a unique MITSUBISHI embossed material black grille, a fresh interior design, cloth seats, two cup holders, two bottle holders and a sunglasses holder, a vinyl floor, and electric lumbar support for the driver.
Active safety tech includes forward collision mitigation with pedestrian and cyclist detection, junction assist, adaptive cruise control, blind spot warning and lane change assist, and emergency lane keep and assist.
Lane departure prevention, front and rear parking sensors and cross traffic alert, traffic sign recognition, driver attention alert, an intelligent speed limiter, active stability control, ABS, traction control, trailer stability assist, and hill start assist, all feature.
Automatic air con, front USB-C and USB-A ports, a 9.0-inch infotainment system with integrated navigation, wireless Apple CarPlay and wired Android Auto can be found inside. You’ll also get 4-speaker audio.
Step up to the Triton GLX+ and you add a rear diff lock, side steps, fog lamps, 17-inch alloys, rear privacy glass and collision warning and avoidance, a surround view monitor and DAB+ digital radio.
The GLS delivers the Super Select 4WD II system, with 2H, 4H, 4HLc and 4LLc, and standard duty rear suspension, along with 18-inch alloys, a bed liner, heated, electrically-adjusted door mirrors and LED lighting.
A variant specific MITSUBISHI embossed gloss black grille is joined by dual-zone auto air conditioning, terrain and hill descent control, keyless operation, push button start and a wireless phone charger.
An optional leather package adds the obvious seat trim, plus power driver’s seat adjustment and heated front seats. The Flagship GSR grabs black 18-inch alloys, a body colour front grille, wheel arch moulding, styling bar and roof rails.
Inside, there’s exclusive leather seats with orange stitching, GSR-specific floor mats with ‘Triton’ lettering, soft padded surfaces and Dark Titanium accents, two dash-mounted cup holders and power driver’s seat adjustment.
In terms of colours, the GLX is available in a plain White, Blade Silver Metallic and Graphite Grey Metallic. The GLX+ comes in Black Mica, Red and Impulse Blue Metallic, as well as the GLX colours. The GLS adds White Diamond to that list.
The GSR is available in four specific colours, including Black Mica, White Diamond, Graphite Grey Metallic and the exclusive Yamabuki Orange. A 3,500kg braked towing capacity features across the range. All variants also come with a 5-year 100,000km warranty.
A similar capped price servicing program is in place, but both can be extended to 10 years (with the warranty lifted to 200,000km), should you have all your scheduled services done through an authorised Mitsubishi dealer.
For more information, contact your local Mitsubishi dealer.