Mitsubishi Triton 2024 model first drive review

Is the new Triton any good

Mitsubishi Triton – I have recently been at the launch of the all new Triton 4WD Ute. Mitsubishi launched the Triton in Adelaide and surrounds.

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The launch took in a mix of suburban peak hour traffic, motorway cruising, hilly back roads and a specialised 4WD property where we tested the Tritons various aspects of off-roading.

The specialised property was Eagle View 4WD Track, which is a bit over an hours drive from Adelaide. This is a self drive 4WD track through a Private Conservation Area. The track is designed to be a scenic drive through rough and rugged country side. Access to the track requires a 4WD vehicle with low range.

The owner there Brenton, is a genuine Aussie bloke that loves his property and enjoys families taking the time to explore his 4WD tracks.

After this mix of driving, the all-new Triton should squash any doubts that buyers have about its ability to compete within the segment.

To coincide with the release of the Triton, Mitsubishi are also refocusing on the customer experience. Mitsubishi are looking to delivering a premium ownership proposition. From vehicle specification, quality and value to the dealership experience and aftersales support.

The Australian market is important to global sales, coming in third overall. In recognition of that, there has been extensive localised testing and improvements.

The launch models are the dual cab Pickup models only. Others will be coming a bit later.


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Mitsubishi Triton Video Review

What is good?

  • Upgraded design both inside and outside.
  • Improved towing Capability
  • Improved steering responsiveness

What is not so good?

  • Fiddly to turn off intrusive safety features.
  • Blind spot with thick ‘A’ pillar and large external mirror
  • No soft opening on tailgate and no tie down points at front of tub

Instead of the Triton buyers could look at:

It’s a competitive segment.

There is of course the popular Toyota HiLux, Ford Ranger 2.0L, Isuzu D-Max, Mazda BT-50, Nissan Navara, SsangYong Musso, LDV T60,

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Lets chat about the all new Mitsubishi Triton

What does the new Mitsubishi Triton look like?

All new Triton is about 130mm longer in wheelbase and 50mm wider in track than the outgoing model.

It now takes on the bigger bolder American Pickup style with a high squared off grill and bonnet.

The grill dominates the appearance, which is direct contrast to the model it replaces.

The bonnet has a sense of purpose.

The squared look continues with the wheel arches that give the profile a muscular look, that flows through to the rear tailgate.  One note is that the tailgate isn’t a soft open style, and it drops heavily. That’s an easy fix, but these days all manufacturers should have it as standard.

The other thing to note is that frontal tie points are high in the tub. Like a few others, that’s pretty useless. They are called tie DOWN points for a reason.  If you have something flat, like a flat pack piece of furniture, you can’t actually tie it down to the bed.

However, you can fit a 1200mm pallet between the wheel arches with a tub liner installed. That’s practical.

Its chalk and cheese to the outgoing model. That look was a major part pf why the Ranger became so popular. Perhaps it will do the same for the Triton.

In any case I like the new style.

2024 Mitsubishi Triton GSR Yambuki Orange interior seats and layout compilation

What is inside the Triton like.

A compete revamp. The old model was well and truly dated. It’s based on a 3 horizontal axis design.

Front seats are particularly comfortable, you sit well in them not on them. It’s a high seating position. All drivers’ seats across the range have electronic lumbar adjustment, which is awesome for my aging back.

In front of the driver is a thick, compact steering wheel that enhances the responsive feel of the Triton.

Drivers’ instruments are clear and easy to read with a traditional twin outer dial and middle MFD design.

You can cycle through the MFD for a multitude of information sets. Quite handy.

The central stack still has buttons, levers, and dials, which I like. They are well laid out but easy to use and you can find what you want quickly.

Often the digital replacements look fancy but aren’t as practical.

The Central touch screen has excellent resolution and touch sensitivity.

A personal note, I’m more  a fan of an integrated style, rather than the stuck on top tablet style that is in the Triton. But others at the launch quite liked it so there’s that.

There is plenty of storage, the centre console can hold 6 bottles. Door trims hold large bottle and a folder. Like a few Utes now there are clever dash slide out cup holders on the  GSR

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Rear seats

The rear seats are especially comfortable. They tend to wrap around the outer two occupants. Like all Utes, the middle passenger isn’t so well looked after.

I sat in the rear for a longer drive and my 190cm frame that is larger than the average bear nestled in without fuss. Plenty of headroom, kneeroom and my upper shoulders and head was well supported.

Many Utes, even top spec models have a relatively flat rear seat, not so the Triton.

There are grab handles everywhere which helps entry and exit.

The all around visibility is pretty good, but you do notice the bigger frontal area and the ‘A’ pillar and external rear view mirror does form a slight blind spot.

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What about Infotainment and connectivity technology

New-Gen Triton’s user interface is intuitively designed and thoroughly modern with a 9.0-inch digital touch screen fitted range-wide.

Featuring embedded satellite navigation with Android Auto and Wireless Apple CarPlay, as well as Bluetooth phone and audio, DAB and two USB inputs (1 x USB-A, and 1 x USB-C for the first time in Triton), New-Gen Triton seamlessly connects occupants to the outside world.

Charging devices on-the-go is also easier with Qi wireless smartphone charging making its Triton debut. Located in the centre console, this charging pad at a maximum of 15 watts.

A USB port rating increase from 1.5 to 2.4 amps (USB-A) and 3.0 amps (USB-C) further supports device charging.

A four-speaker audio system is standard on GLX and GLX+ models, while GLS and GSR receive premium six-speaker audio.

The dashboard meter ‘multi-information’ display grows from 4.2 inches in the previous generation to 7.0 inches in New-Gen Triton. Warning sounds are played through the speaker system rather than a buzzer as before, and the display now offers a wider range of information, including wiper mode, lighting status and the selected drive mode. It also greets occupants with a digital start up vehicle animation.

Also standard range-wide is the Multi Around Monitor, which utilises digital camera moving object detection, a wider view for both front and rear cameras and an improved bird’s eye view.

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Mitsubishi Triton engine and drivetrain

The big news is the improved power and torque output for the Triton.

Still with the same 2.4L 4-cylinder engine that now comes with a bi-turbo. A smaller turbo to boost up to 1,000rpm, then the second kicks in for more top end performance.

The Triton now has 150kW of power @ 3,500 rpm and a handy 470 Nm of torque from 1,500 – 2,750 rpm. A headline figure of 500Nm would have been handy. But the torque comes in at a low 1,500 rpm and is flat through to 2,750 rpm. This means that its healthy, especially for towing and off road.

Overall there has been a 10% improvement in fuel economy as well

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Mitsubishi has stuck with the proven 6 Sp Aisin sports automatic transmission. This matched with the clever Super Select 11 4WD system is a proven and robust combination.

The transmission has been fine tuned to match the wider drive modes available.

A six-speed manual will also be offered on some variants, post-launch.

A new engine Auto Stop & Go System further supports efficiency and a 17-litre AdBlue tank – a first for Triton – further reduces NOx emissions.

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Triton drive modes

On 4 x 4 variants, a centre-console ‘DRIVE MODE’ button enables access to an even greater depth of capability.

As part of Triton’s overarching All Wheel Control system, there are seven available drive modes. These work in conjunction with Mitsubishi’s famed Super Select 4WD-II system, which continues to offer 2H, 4H, 4HLc and 4LLc drivetrain settings.

The tables below summarise New-Gen Triton’s All Wheel Control systems:

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The ability to switch from high-range 2WD to 4WD on the fly has long been a hallmark of Mitsubishi’s 4WD systems.

In addition, the versatile Super Select 4WD-II system’s Torsen centre differential enables a 40/60 front/rear drive distribution when it is unlocked, giving strong traction on slippery surfaces without reducing on-road agility, even on dry sealed roads.

For even more traction and control when driving off-road, ‘4HLc’ – high-range four-wheel drive with locked centre differential – gives a 50/50 locked drive split, front and rear. The torque sensing centre diff has no bind. There is also active Yaw control.

‘4LLc’ utilises the transfer case to engage low-range gearing along with the locked centre differential. Using 4LLc also allows engagement of the rear differential lock, via an accessible console-mounted button, for maximum traction.

Couple of quick notes

  • Engaging the rear diff locks turns off ASC on the front wheels
  • Sand mode doesn’t automatically turn off ASC.
  • Torque vectoring is for the front wheels only.

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What is the upgraded suspension like?

First up let me say the ride and handling of the new Triton is significantly better. Its smoother and more compliant. There was minimal harsh rebound experienced on the test drive.

This was from a mix of motorway driving, back country roads, gravel roads and a multitude of testing 4WD conditions. I drove the Triton with no weight in the back, which usually means the ride is a bit bumpy, not so.

The improved ride was achieved through testing over 100 combinations of front and rear suspension options.

Specific changes are:

  • increased front shock absorber diameter to complement the new, high-mount location for the front suspension’s upper wishbones.
  • The new shock absorbers feature 36mm cylinders (compared to 32mm in the previous generation) for improved control,
  • an impressive increase in rebound stroke length (from 68.4mm to 90.7mm) is also realised.
  • In the rear, MMC engineers focused on reducing unsprung mass while improving strength through using high tensile spring steel.
  • As a result, the standard rear suspension layout has reduced from five to three leaves; the heavy duty system from six to four.
  • The first leaf remains the same thickness as before, while the additional leaves are of greater thickness.
  • The rear shock absorber cylinders have also increased from 30mm to 36mm and feature a revised oil seal for additional strength and longer service life.

2024 Mitsubishi Triton GLS suspension changes

ModelFirst LeafSecondThird Fourth FifthSixth
23MY Triton (STD)8mm7mm6mm6mm16mmNA
New-Gen Triton (STD)8mm9mm16mmN/ANAN/A
23MY Triton (HD)8mm8mm7mm7mm16mm16mm
New-Gen Triton (HD)9mm10mm16mm16mmN/ANA

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Wheel and tyre packages

 The New-Gen Mitsubishi Triton’s significantly uprated suspension system is complemented by new-design 17- and 18-inch wheels.

The workhorse GLX 4 x 2 receives 17-inch steel wheels fitted with 265/65R17 highway-terrain tyres. While GLX 4 x 4 gains 265/65/R17 all-terrain tyres.

GLX+ benefits from a 17-inch alloy wheel design with 265/65/R17 all-terrains.

Moving to the premium GLS grade brings a sophisticated, multi-spoke alloy wheel design wrapped in 265/60/R18 highway rubber.

The flagship GSR gains a unique black-finish alloy of similar design.

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What is the new Triton like to drive?

On road

In summary its significantly better on road and gravel surfaces.

This comes from a combination of factors that all add marginal improvements that add up to major improvements. It’s the jigsaw philosophy.

The electronic power steering is leaps and bounds ahead of the old model. It has particularly good responsiveness and the feel of the smaller, thick rimmed steering wheel adds to the improved feel.

I would have to drive it back to back with some others, but the steering response would go close to best in class.

Longer and wider chassis means that the Triton adopts a wider stance and feels more connected to the road. Its smoother and quieter as well

Revised suspension keeps everything tidy. Mid corner bumps, when at reasonable speed will result in a slight skipping, but overall, its way better than the previous model.

Higher outputs from the engine, and low delivery of torque also means more responsiveness and relaxed driving. It’s not a sports Ute but will hum along nicely when asked.

Im a driver that likes to turn off driver assist features as I find many of them intrusive. It takes   steps to turn off the facial recognition settings and driver assistance. Unfortunately, you need to do that every time you start the engine.

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Off road

Off road on the 4WD trails and testing track, the Triton felt always composed. It did scrape its belly once or twice. But that is to be expected of a standard Ute where we went.

We tested the Triton on a couple of rutted, soft dirt inclines with deep mogul style holes. These are designed to test wheel articulation and grip.

The traction control system, when left to its own devices performed better than locked rear diffs on occasions.

On steep dirt descents, we tested both Low rage with the transmission locked in M1 and alternatively, the hill descent control. Both worked a treat.

The hill descent could well be close to best in class. It went about its business effortlessly and quietly. No complaining, burping or farting like many others.

I have to say though that the efficiency of low range M1 transmission, would mean that it wouldn’t get much use.

The higher torque output means that more of the control rests directly on your right foot and that’s a good thing.

In tight spots where visibility is restricted the surround camera is a bonus to help with wheel placement and detecting obstacles.

The overall impression is that the new Triton is a particularly tidy unit indeed.

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Triton Safety Features

 Redesigned chassis frame

Safety starts with a stiff chassis frame.

2024 Mitsubishi Triton 4WD Ute safety features

Featuring high tensile steel, the New-Gen Triton’s chassis frame Triton has been comprehensively redesigned to increase torsional and bending rigidity. The new design’s increased cross-sectional width absorbs energy more effectively, reducing potential passenger impact.

MMC engineers upgraded the front cross member and also added-in a secondary cross member for additional support. A ‘crash box’ structure was also added to the side rails for added occupant protection.

Safer night driving: LED Headlight (Multi Projectors) and Auto High Beam

The New-Gen Triton comes with Multi Projectors for a wider illumination range for safer driving at night.

The vehicle also has the ability to detect vehicles in front and will automatically switch back and forth from high beam to low beam to ensure the driver is able to keep their hands on the wheel.

Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

The intuitive Tyre Pressure Monitoring System on the New-Gen Triton has been introduced to support safe and fuel-efficient driving.

This new system displays the pressure of each individual tyre on the driver display and will warn the driver of low pressure tyres.

Intuitive active safety systems for passenger protection

The New-Gen Triton offers intuitive active safety systems with everything from Forward Collision Mitigation to Traffic Sign Recognition.

2024 Mitsubishi Triton 4WD Ute safety features

Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM) with pedestrian & cyclist detection

The Forward Collision Mitigation system detects obstructions ahead of the vehicle which could cause potential collisions and warns the driver via audio and visual alert. The vehicle will automatically apply brakes to avoid or reduce collision impact.

This system is further enhanced on the New-Gen Triton by also detecting vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists in front. The added Junction Assist function is capable of detecting a combination of pedestrians and cyclists.

Rear Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB)

The New-Gen Triton now features the Rear Automatic Emergency Braking safety system. This feature detects obstructions behind the vehicle and warns the driver via visual and audio alerts. The vehicle will automatically apply brakes to avoid or reduce collision impact.

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Front and Rear Cross Traffic Alerts

The New-Gen Triton will retain the Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) feature as well as the new addition of Front Cross Traffic Alert (FCTA) exemplifying Mitsubishi Motors’ ongoing commitment to enhancing safety systems.

The Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) is capable of detecting a vehicle to the rear when the New-Gen Triton is reversing. RCTA will alert the driver via a warning message on the multi- information display, a buzzer sound and blinking warnings on the side mirrors.

The Front Cross Traffic Alert (FCTA)* will detect an approaching vehicle at an intersection and warn the driver via visual and audio alert.

*Note, the FCTA system is available as a no-cost option for customers not fitting a front protection bar.

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Traffic Sign Recognition & Speed Limit Assist

The New-Gen Triton comes equipped with an intuitive Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR) function which is capable of identifying speed limit signs through a front camera. The multi-information display will show the current speed limit. On roads where no speed limit signs are present the vehicle will display the speed limit that is programmed into the navigation.

If the driver exceeds the speed limit the Traffic Sign Recognition system will warn the driver with a visual alert.

Speed Limit Assist operates when the engine is running and utilises the Traffic Sign Recognition function to identify the current speed limit.  The driver can easily apply the new speed limit as the vehicle’s maximum speed with one button press.

Driver Monitoring System

A class first, the New-Gen Triton will feature the driver monitoring system which monitors the drivers face utilizing a camera on the steering column to detect driver drowsiness or fatigue (Drowsiness, Micro-sleep, Sleep).

If it detects distraction a meter display will alert the driver. If the system detects drowsiness or fatigue, Forward Collision Mitigation parameters are automatically adjusted to operate earlier. Additionally, in the case that fatigue is detected the Lane Departure Warning will also operate earlier than usual.

However, it takes three steps into the screen menu to turn this off and have to do every time.

Lane Departure Prevention

The 24MY Triton will receive an upgraded Lane Departure system which previously only warned the driver that the vehicle was drifting out of its lane. The upgraded Lane Departure Prevention system monitors the lane markings on the road and will steer the vehicle back into the lane if it starts to drift out.

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)

Upgraded from Cruise Control to Adaptive Cruise Control on the New-Gen Triton.  It can be selected when needed fortunately. Adaptive Cruise Control maintains the set cruise control speed and utilises radar technology to detect and maintain a safe driving distance from the vehicle in front.

2024 Mitsubishi Triton 4WD Ute safety features

Owner Experience

Mitsubishi advertises a Diamond Advantage with Australia’s only 10/10 warranty and capped price servicing program*

Australia’s only 10/10 Diamond Advantage offering will continue for New-Gen Triton. New Triton owners are ensured peace-of-mind with a 10-year warranty and 10-year capped price servicing program.

Roadside assist is also included for 12 months from purchase, renewed for another 12 months when the vehicle is serviced in accordance to the capped price servicing program for a maximum of four years, post-purchase.

Featuring 12-month / 15,000km service intervals as before, New-Gen Triton benefits from several enhancements (including removing the need to set tappet clearances every 60,000km) that reduce servicing costs over the 10-year term, compared to the previous generation.

23MY Triton


New-Gen Triton


$489Again $489$489Again $489$489$799$749$949$849$899$6690

*Up to 10 years from the date of first registration or 200,000 km New Vehicle Warranty (whichever comes first) when all regular services are completed within the specified service intervals at a Mitsubishi Dealership. Otherwise, 5 years from the date of first registration or 100,000 km New Vehicle Warranty (whichever comes first) applies.

2024 Mitsubishi Triton model range

Triton Specifications 

Launch model range: Something for everybody

New-Gen Triton follows the Triton tradition, with a wide range of model grades designed to cater to every need.

At launch, Double Cab Pickup variants will be available, with Club Cab and Cab-Chassis variants to be added later in 2024.

New-Gen Triton follows a highly recognisable model structure, offering GLX, GLX+, GLS and GSR grades, and all are comprehensively equipped as standard.

*Please note, a comprehensive per-model specification panel is provided at the end of this press kit.

Triton GLX

The value-packed workhorse of the range, Triton GLX features:

Drivetrain and Chassis:

  • Engine Auto Stop & Go system
  • Heavy Duty rear suspension
  • Easy Select 4WD (4×4 models)


  • All new exterior design
  • Front engine metal sheet undercover (4×4 models)
  • Front engine composite sheet undercover (4×2 models)
  • New 17” steel wheels
  • MITSUBISHI embossed material black Grille


  • All new interior design
  • Cloth seat trim
  • Floor console box with lid
  • 2x cup holders, 2 bottle holders and sunglasses holder
  • Driver sun visor with ticket holder
  • Driver seat electric lumbar support
  • Vinyl Floor
  • Seat back pocket including phone and tablet storage (Double Cab)
  • 2nd row bench seat (Double Cab)
  • 2nd row arm rest centre with cup holder (Double Cab)

Passive Safety:

  • Driver and passenger front airbags
  • Centre airbag
  • Driver knee airbag
  • Driver and front passenger side airbags
  • Curtain airbags

Active Safety Assist Technology – Collision warning and avoidance:

  • Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM) with:
    • Pedestrian detection
    • Cyclist detection
    • Junction assist
  • Rear Automatic Emergency Braking
  • Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) AT models
  • Blind spot Warning (BSW)/Lane Change Alert (LCA)
  • Emergency Lane Assist (ELA)
  • Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
  • Lane Departure Prevention (LDP)
  • Parking sensors – front and rear
  • Front Cross Traffic Alert (no cost dealer-fit option)
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert
  • Multi Collision Brake
  • Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR)
  • Driver Attention Alert (DAA)
  • Driver Monitor System (DMS)
  • Adjustable Speed Limitation Function – Auto type (TSR+Navi)
  • Automatic High Beam system (AHB)

Active Safety Assist Technology – Braking and Stability:

  • Active Stability Control (ASC)
  • Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)
  • Traction Control
  • Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD)
  • Brake Assist system
  • Trailer Stability Assist (TSA)
  • Hill Start Assist
  • Emergency Stop Signal (ESS)

Comfort and Convenience:

  • Manual Air Conditioner (Single Cab)
  • Automatic Air Conditioner (Club Cab & Double Cab)
  • Tyre pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
  • Electric Power Steering (EPS)
  • Steering wheel haptic (Lane Departure Warning)
  • 7” LCD MID Meter Cluster
  • Integrated Navigation System
  • Multi Around view Monitor
  • 1 front USB-A port
  • 1 front USB-C port


  • 9” audio display
  • Wireless Apple CarPlay
  • Android Auto
  • 2 speakers (Single Cab)
  • 4 speakers (Club Cab & Double Cab)
  • Bluetooth connectivity with voice and steering wheel controls

Triton GLX+

For even more capability, Triton GLX+ offers the additional features over the GLX:

Drivetrain and Chassis:

  • Rear Differential Lock


  • Side Steps
  • Front Fog Lamp (Halogen)
  • LED High mounted Stop lamp (Pick-up)
  • New 17” Alloy wheels

Comfort and Convenience:

  • 1 rear USB-A port (power only)
  • 1 rear USB-C port (power only)


  • Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB)

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Triton GLS

 Stepping up to the Triton GLS brings a sophisticated look and feel, combined with Mitsubishi’s legendary Super Select 4WD II system.

Drivetrain and Chassis:

  • Super Select 4WD-II
  • Terrain Control
  • Hill Descent Control
  • Standard Rear Suspension


  • New 18” Alloy wheels
  • Bedliner
  • Heated, electrically-adjusted power folding door mirrors
  • Privacy Glass (rear windows)
  • LED lighting (headlamps, DRLs, front fog lamps, side turn lamps, rear tail and brake lamps)
  • MITSUBISHI embossed gloss black grille
  • Chrome ‘Dynamic Shield’ front fascia design


  • Interior trim: Soft padding surfaces with silver accent stitching and trim garnishes

Comfort and Convenience:

  • Dual zone auto air conditioning
  • Auto dimming rear view mirror (frameless type)
  • Keyless entry with 2 transmitters
  • Keyless Operating System (KOS)
  • One Touch Engine Start Switch (OSS)
  • Smartphone wireless charger

Triton GLS Leather Option

 For an additional $1500, the GLS Leather Option further lifts the interior ambience with the following:

  • Seat Trim Material: Leather with silver stitching
  • Power Driver’s Seat adjustment
  • Heated Front Seats

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Triton GSR

Following a long line of GSR-badged Mitsubishi flagships, the New-Gen Triton GSR is feature packed and suitably sporting. It features the following (in addition to GLS):


  • New Black 18” Alloy wheels
  • Body colour front grille
  • Black wheel arch mouldings
  • ‘Sailplane’ styling bar
  • Black Roof Rails
  • Black ‘Dynamic Shield’ front fascia design


  • Exclusive leather seats with orange interior accent stitching
  • Unique floor mats
  • Interior trim: Soft padding surfaces and Dark Titanium accents
  • 2 Cup holders mounted on the dash
  • Power driver seat – slide, recline, height and lumbar support

2024 Mitsubishi Triton genuine accessories

Triton Accessories 

A comprehensive range of Genuine Accessories has been developed for New-Gen Triton and these will be progressively rolled out from launch.

Featuring accessories from the global design program and including several Australian-developed parts, the Genuine Accessories range further supports Triton’s expansive customer appeal. All Genuine Accessories carry the full 10-year Diamond Advantage warranty.

A selection of key accessories is outlined below:

MMAL developed accessories

  • 12V Tub dual socket outlet with light
  • Aluminium Hard Tonneau Cover – Black
  • Aluminium Tray – Single Cab, Club Cab, Double Cab
  • Bonnet Protector – Clear or Matte
  • Canopy lift/lift windows
  • Canopy Sliding  Windows – Left-hand and right-hand sides
  • Cargo tie down kit
  • Driving Lamp and harness
  • Dust & Water Defence Kit – aluminium tonneau cover
  • Electric Roll top Tonneau Cover
  • Electric trailer brake harness
  • Front Protection Bar – Alloy or steel, to suit LED or Halogen foglamps
  • Hard Tonneau Cover – body colour
  • Harness for tow bar
  • Headlight Protector
  • Nudge Bar – Black or Polished
  • Roof Rack – Double Cab without Roof Rails
  • Roof Rack Cross Bars – Double Cab with Roof Rails
  • Rubber Tub Mats – Club Cab and Double Cab, with or without tub liner
  • Side Protection Bar
  • Snorkel
  • Soft Tonneau Cover – with or without sports bar
  • Steel Tray – Single Cab, Club Cab, Double Cab
  • Tow Bar kit
  • Two-tone canopy (lift/lift windows), in body colour/Jet Black
  • Under Ride Protection
  • Winch Cradle

MMTh (Thailand) developed accessories

  • Carpet floor mats
  • Fender Flares – Double Cab
  • Grille emblem – Black or Chrome
  • Rubber floor mats (with high or low edge finish)
  • Sailplane – Black
  • Sports Bar – Black or Polished
  • Under Rail Tub liner – Double Cab
  • Under Rail Tub liner- Club Cab
  • Weathershields
  • An electric brake controller kit is also available via Australian accessories partner Redarc.

2024 Mitsubishi Triton GLS engine

Mitsubishi Triton


Triton GSR

Model Price$63,840 MLP*
Engine2.4L 4 Cyl Bi-Turbo Diesel Euro 6b
Drivetrain6 Sp Sports AT Dual range 4WD
Power150kW @ 3,500rpm
Torque470Nm @ 1,500-2,750rpm
0-100kmh / Top SpeedTBA
CO2 Emissions203 g/km
Economy ADR7.7L/100km / 75L capacity
Economy on testN/A
Max Range1119km
Range on test974 km average
Servicing12Mth / 15,000km 5 Yrs. Capped Price
Warranty5yr/ 100,000 km
Roadside Assist5Yr. conditional roadside assist

*MLP Includes GST and LCT but excluding statutory charges, dealer costs and dealer delivery. See your dealer for RDAP. Does not include price of options. Some features mentioned in the article are options. RDAP means Recommended Drive Away Price (without options but including all other charges). Pricing is from Redbook as at date of article or from the manufacturer’s website.

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Overall Rating    


Behind the Wheel9
Ride and Handling9
Fit for Purpose9
AWD/Towing Capability*10 (4WD 5/5 Towing 5/5)
Value for Money9

*Towing and AWD capability is measured against similar vehicles in the same class.

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Mitsubishi Triton GSR

Overall Length5320mm
Wheels18×7.5 Alloy
Tyres265/60 R18
Max ground clearanceUp to 228mm
Wading DepthTBA
Approach30.4 degrees
Rampover23.4 degrees
Departure angle22.8 degrees
Turning Circle KTK12.7m
Tub Length1555mm
Tub width arches1200mm
Tub width1545mm
Tub DepthTBA
Kerb Weight2170kg
Payload (kg)1030kg
GVM (kg)3200kg
Towing Capacity (braked)3500kg
Tow Ball rating350kg