Which Triton is best?

Which Triton is best?

2021 Mitsubishi Triton review The GLS variant is the pick of the Triton range, with the best balance between capability and price.

What is the top of the range Mitsubishi Triton?

The Mitsubishi Triton GSR effectively replaces the GLS Premium as the top of the range. The GSR is distinguished by a bold black grille rather than chrome, black alloys instead of a machined finish, black mirror scalps, black door handles, a black roof, black side steps, a black sports bar and a black rear bumper.

What is my Triton worth?

The Mitsubishi Triton is available from $23,740 to $53,240 for the 2022 Ute across a range of models.

How long is the wait for a new Triton?

Mitsubishi Triton: Two to three months There are some demonstrator models across the network – and some cancelled orders – however by and large there is a two to three month wait for most models in the Mitsubishi Triton range.

How much does a Mitsubishi Triton cost?

James Tol, Mitsubishi’s Triton Product Manager says the GL-R Double Cab Ute 4×2, priced at $35,490, undercuts by $5,000 its nearest rival in the 4×2 sports ute segment. Styling changes inside and out for 2010 include new seats and seat fabrics – another area where the previous ML Triton copped some flack.

What happened to the Mitsubishi Triton MN?

Mitsubishi Triton MN (2009-2014) has been discontinued and replaced by Mitsubishi Triton. Your trust is our top concern. Companies can’t alter or remove reviews from ProductReview.com.au.

What are the differences between the Triton GLX&GLX-R?

Standard safety equipment for the Triton GLX included dual front airbags, ABS, electronic brake force distribution and front seatbelt pretensioners. The GL-R added electronic stability control and traction control, while the GLX-R was further equipped with front side airbags and curtain airbags.

What’s the 2010 Mitsubishi Triton wheel size?

Wheel size for the 2010 Mitsubishi Triton will vary depending on model chosen, although keep in mind that many manufacturers offer alternate wheel sizes as options on many models.The wheel size available will alter the range of tyres available to be fitted. Standard wheel sizes on the Mitsubishi Triton vary from 16×6 inches to 17×7 inches.