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Mitsubishi Triton

$30,740 - $56,940* MRLP

The Mitsubishi Triton is the company’s best-selling model in Australia, and has long been a value-oriented pick in the popular ute segment. It’s available in close to 25 variants, offering petrol or diesel engines, and a variety of body styles and feature lists at different price points.

Latest Mitsubishi Triton ratings breakdown


Safety Technology
Ride Quality
Infotainment & Connectivity
Handling & Dynamics
Energy Efficiency
Driver Technology
Value for Money
Interior Comfort & Packaging
Fit for Purpose

What we love

  • -As rivals move up in price, Triton holds the value ground
  • -Quiet and mostly refined in the cabin
  • -Up to 10 years' warranty

What we don't

  • -Starting to feel tired inside
  • -Behind most of the class on grunt
  • -Value positioning struggles against Chinese rivals
2022 Mitsubishi Triton GLS review
Review | 22 Nov 2022


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Review | 3 Oct 2022


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Mitsubishi Triton Specs:

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Image: 2022 Mitsubishi Triton GLX. Model features may vary.
Image: 2022 Mitsubishi Triton GLX. Model features may vary.
6 Speed Manual
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Fuel Efficiency
7.8L / 100km
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2017 Mitsubishi Triton GLS (4x4) review
Owner Review | 19 Mar 2020
I was issued this ute as a new company supplied work vehicle in October 2017. I have previously had a Hilux and a 3.2litre Ranger Duel Cab. As of today, I have travelled 118,000k's in it. It has had no issues what so ever. I do a lot of interstate travel into NSW and SA from my base in Melbourne. The vehicle was fitted with a canopy, ARB Bullbar and ARB Intensity driving lights as well as UHF from new, as a requirement (I visit many quarries and mine sites), it has steel rims and Bridgestone AT tyres. I highly recommend good quality drving lights if you do extended night driving as I do. The standard high beam leaves a bit to be desired. Overall, I cant really fault the vehicle at all. Although it lacks the grunt of the Ranger, it didnt take long to get used to the lower power level. It's not uncommon for me to do 8-10 hour stints behind the wheel. I find it comfortable for the long drives. It's main short coming is the economy. With only having a 5 speed auto, it is revving quite high (around 2400) at freeway speeds compared to the Ranger and sits at around 11.5/12.5 per 100 at highway speeds, and higher with the trailer. It really needs a six gear to drop the revs. My ute is a workhorse and not a show pony, so it doesnt have all the gizmo's of the upper model range, but is very effective for what I use it for. It tows the trailer without too much fuss when I need to. Whilst the bluetooth is basic, it has never dropped out whilst on a call, unlike the Hilux and the Ranger commonly did. When I have passengers on board they will often comment about the harsh ride, and yes, whilst it is a bit harsher than the Ranger was, it is mainly due to the All Terrain Bridgestones. It is due for replacement next October, 2020, by which time it will have around 180,000k's on it. It is a great no fuss and no frills work ute and I would be happy with another Triton.
2017 Mitsubishi Triton GLS (4x4): owner review
Owner Review | 18 Dec 2019
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2017 Mitsubishi Triton GLX (4x4) review
Owner Review | 23 Jun 2019
I have now owned my triton for just over a year, so I believe I can give some sound thoughts on what it is like to live with on a day to day basis. To begin with, lets start with the Triton's biggest seller, the price. I paid about $32,000 for my 2017 GLX (yes I had some optional extras thrown on, but nothing to blow a price out). It the great words of James May, "I could buy the car, loose it and buy another one for less". He obviously wasnt talking about a Triton, but I feel it has the same meaning when comparing it to a Hilux or a Ranger. The price is what drew me into the Triton, but once I was inside, I was pleasently impressed. I am by no means a big man (5ft 5" with work boots and an 80's hair cut) but I found the cabin to be roomy and comfortable. I am a strong believer that the interior of the car needs to make you feel good. You need to be comfortable and happy to be there. Lets face it, sitting on Victoria Road for 90 minutes a day in peak hour traffic, who cars what the car looks like, if the seats are comfy and the seating position is just right, thats all you need. The steering wheel has all the standard buttons and controls clearly marked. The touch screen display on the GLX could definitely do with some refinement, however, comparing to the base model Hilux & Ranger, it is far superior. With the automatic connectivity of bluetooth and continuation of where you left off a big liking of mine. As per all modern cars, maufacturers are pushing hard with this voice activated controls. As per every other maunfacturer...this one is rubbish. Ive tried it a few times now but never successfully achieved any calls with it. I think companys would be better off paying for the royalties to a company like google or Apple and tagging onto their Siri or Google voice. It is a far better product and saves them the headache of forever installing rubbish systems. Since owning the car we have clocked up about 30xxxkms of everything from Sydney CBD driving, to rock crawling through national parks to camp. The car has never let us down once. It has never skipped a beat or felt under powered, even following Landcruisers on the beach. Servicing prices have been standard and consistant, with nothing serious jumping out at us just yet. I tow every now and then but do have a full load of soil or gear in the tub regularly and the Triton takes it on with no worries. The Triton really comes into its element once loaded. It is definetley no power house. The 2.4L TD does try hard but getting it off the line can be a slow and argues task, loaded or unloaded. The rind can be a little bumpy and stiff, but that is expected from a duel cab ute these days, unless you go for the Navara with the coil rear. With ample room behind the rear seats for equitpment and a large enough back seat for a baby seat or regular sized adault, unlike me, it is a hard car to walk past. The interior vinal flooring is an absolute godsend when it comes to cleaning afer a trip away or the dog gets sick. The looks arent the best but if that is important for you, maybe a new career is what you need, not a work horse. If you plan on modifying the car yourself then I would stick with the base model and put your own bells and whistles on it. If I had my time again I would probably pay that little bit extra for the GLS Black and get a few more creature comforts. After having the car for a year, if budget was no issue I would still be hard pressed to walk past the triton over another duel cab ute.

2017 Mitsubishi Triton GLS (4x4) Sports Edition review
Owner Review | 26 Apr 2018
After biting the bullet and buying my first diesel I can honestly say I love this car. The reason for my choice came down to a couple key factors. Size was high as I live in city so wanted to have a dual cab that could be manoeuvred easily. Cost and value were also a big item on the list as I'm sure it is with any other consumer products. While resale isn't as high as some others neither is the initial outlay. Looks! Definitely had to look good, something modern with touches of youth and this vehicle with its colour combination and styling were hard to look past. Having a family comfort for front and rear passengers also had to be considered, so I took my young bloke for back seat opinions and he gave me 2 thumbs up on the ride quality. My sports edition triton punches way above the price tag it posses. With enough creature comforts to keep the family and myself happy. The ride is absolutely brilliant on the highway with the family and dog on board, but if planning on going off road regularly a suspension upgrade would probably do no harm. Fuel economy is another surprise with an average of 8.1 on the highway on a regular basis I can't be happier. With a punchy 2.5lt engine I have yet to notice it struggle in any environment I have thrown at it, there is a small hint of lag if accelerate a bit hard from a stop but I found with a change of during style there is no issue. The cabin noise is minimal, with the addition of a snorkel I admit a little bit of wind noise but nothing to offensive and the growling intake does sound good. The on board entertainment is decent. Bluetooth connection and android auto both work well and having Google maps on voice control is extremely handy. The exterior or my triton is well styled and not as bulky as some other dual cabs on the market, there are some good little styling enhancers floating around ebay that bring a little more aggressive look to the vehicle. Super select 4wd is a breeze to use and having centre diff lock and rear diff lock standard is another value added bonus, The vehicle is a dream to take off the beaten track, beaches are no issue neither is mud nor hills. I'm not an extreme 4x4 driver but for me I have nothing but praise for my mitsy. If there are any negative points I guess it would be the 15k service intervals, personally I do a oil and filter change at 7.5k just for piece of mind.I have added a catch can due to few reviews recommended fitting to keep a good clean intake and engine longevity. Overall the Triton is definitely a tough little guy with a great package. And at 10-20k dollars less than its competitors that offer not much other than a name and a reputation (that isn't always accurate) it's hard not to love it.

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