The only ute that is loaded like this. All-new Triton is the only ute to bring you a 10-year warranty. From the ground up, the Triton has been designed for reliability and durability.
The All-new 2WD Triton is tough, capable and comfortable. With the 10 year warranty this no nonsense workhorse has what it takes to get the job done.
New model Triton available to test drive now at Bay City Mitsubishi
Introducing the All New Triton
Power comes from the new all-aluminium MIVEC intercooled turbo diesel engine, paired with a six-speed manual transmission or optional five-speed automatic: Power - 135kW at 3500rpm & 437Nm at 2500rpm, Tow Rating - 3100kg (braked)
A massive 20% improvement in fuel economy.
Exterior styling has been updated helping the Triton to achieve outstanding aerodynamic performance compared to other models in the ute class. The new design contributes to Triton's fuel efficiency and quiet performance.
Sophisticated interior styling and a focus on space, sound insulation and vibration damping contributes significantly to cabin quietness, driving performance and comfort.
More power and torque, contributing to a 3100 kg braked tow rating (4WD Double Cabs).
Servicing intervals have increased to 12 months or 15,000km’s.
Diamond Advantage Warranty, New Zealand's Best New Car Warranty:
10 Year / 160,000km Power Train Warranty*
5 Year / 130,000km Warranty*
5 Year 5 years Premium Roadside Assist*
*Terms and conditions apply
More Safety & Stability
Improved safety and stability with 7 Airbags, Active Stability, Traction Control and new Trailer Stability Assist (TSA).
Body and chassis durability has been dramatically enhanced.
Car-like driving performance and handling with a top class turning circle of 11.8m.
*DISCLAIMER: The fuel economy figure gives you an indication of the fuel consumption based on international rolling road test-lab drive cycle testing - UN ECE R101 (European NEDC), ADR (Australia), and JC08 (Japan). These tests are designed to test fuel consumption in lab conditions to make comparisons easier. Actual fuel economy will depend on a wide range of factors including your driving style and habits, speed and distance travelled, vehicle load, tyre pressure and level of maintenance.