Mitsubishi Triton Club Cab Launched in Australia
The model, which was built using the four-wheel drive GLX as a basis, is powered by a 2.5l diesel engine which develops 175 horsepower at 4,000 rpm and 400 Nm of torque at 2,000 rpm. The fuel economy rating of the model is 8.1l/.100 km (29 mpg).
The engine is paired to a five-speed manual with easy select 4WD mode, with the car being kept to the ground via the heavy duty suspension which comes fitted as standard.
The Triton Club Cab is equipped with driver and passenger SRS airbags, driver and front passenger seat belt pretensioners and ABS with EBD, with the Active Stability Control being available as an optional extra.
The pickup will be offered by the Japanese manufacturer in two variants, Pick Up and Cab Chassis, both equipped with Active Stability, Traction Control and Diff Lock.
“Triton has always been known as a practical and tough work vehicle that gets the job done,” said Mitsubishi Motors Australia Limited (MMAL) CEO Masahiko Takahashi.
“Combine this with the Triton’s four-wheel drive capabilities and car-like comfort and it’s easy to see why the Triton is popular for recreational activities as well. The result is that this car is in great demand – which is why we have decided to bring the Triton Club Cab back into the Triton model range.”