Mitsubishi Triton 2019 is a compact pickup truck that is very popular in Australia and belongs to the Japanese brand Mitsubishi Motors. In the 40 years since its listing in 1978, it has undergone five upgrades. The current Triton was launched in March 2015 and received a five-star safety standard in the ANCAP test. The 2019 Triton is the first facelift minor facelift made on this basis four years later.
The new Triton has changed a lot in the appearance of the treatment, adopting the latest family-style Dynamic Shield design language, the overall shape is very exaggerated, and the water chestnuts are distinct, which is very different from the previous low-key appearance. The front of the car uses LED daytime running lights and automatic headlights. There are more eye-catching square-shaped fog lights on the lower sides. A large number of chrome-plated chrome trims on the bumper are handsome. Equipped with 18-inch aluminum alloy wheels and tires, the ground clearance has been increased from 205mm to 220mm.
There are three models for the whole series. The four-door five-seater DOUBLE CAB is available in 4×2 and 4×4, the engine is 2.4L MIVEC diesel, and the rear compartment is 1520mm long and 1470mm wide. The two-door four-seater CLUB CAB is available in 4×4, the engine is 2.4L MIVEC diesel, the vehicle is heavy-duty suspension, trailer stability assistance and 3 tons of towing capacity. The two-door version of the two-seater SINGLE CAB is available in 4×2 and 4×4. The engine is 2.4L gasoline MPI and 2.4L MIVEC diesel. The gearbox can be 5 or 6-speed manual/6-speed automatic. Traction control system.
In terms of safety equipment, the new triton is equipped with ultrasonic Misacceleration, anti-lock braking system, brake assist system, body dynamic stabilization system, uphill stabilization system, traction control system, lane departure warning, and the top models are also equipped with detection The front vehicle and pedestrian collision braking system, accelerator prevention system, blind spot detection, automatic switching of high and low beams, automatic wiper sensor, slope descent system and 360-degree probe parking assist system. All Triton series are still equipped with seven airbags.
Triton is equipped with a 2.4-liter MIVEC four-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine with a power of 133kW and a maximum torque of 430Nm and a maximum horsepower of 181PS. The engine still meets Euro V emission standards, which means that AdBlue additives are not required. The biggest change is to match the six-speed automatic transmission provided by Aisin, which replaces the previous five-speed transmission, and slightly improves the acceleration of the Triton, and the fuel economy on the highway is also slightly improved.
Triton has also adjusted the load: GLX is manual 950kg, automatic 945kg (previously 980kg); GLX + manual 956kg, automatic 951kg (previously 985kg); GLS is 918kg manual and automatic 912kg (previously 965kg); GLS Premium is 858 kg (previously 950 kg).
Triton GLX models can be switched to 4WD while driving, and the speed can reach 100km/h. Like other UTE models in the same class, it does not have a central differential. The GLS and the newly-named GLS Premium are equipped with “Super Select” with a central differential that can use four-wheel drive on closed roads. Only the flagship product GLS Premium is equipped with an electronic rear differential lock.
Two GLS models can also get slope descent control and four switchable off-road driving modes, including gravel roads, dirt roads and snow, sand and rock crawling. In order to prevent accidental acceleration in the parking lot, GLS models are equipped with a “deceleration mitigation” system. The standard front brake of GLX models uses single-piston floating calipers, and GLS models use dual-piston floating calipers. The new Triton series will provide a 7-year warranty of 150,000 kilometers.