Mitsubishi Triton gets the job done with new features for 2017
Mitsubishi’s smartphone integrated audio system – Smartphone Display Audio or SDA – with 7-inch colour touch screen has been added to the top-spec Triton GLS and Exceed for improved connectivity.
The appearance of GLS and Exceed has been enhanced with new dark chrome front grille and headlight garnish, platform-style side steps and 4-spoke leather steering wheel. In addition, Exceed now has an electro-chromatic rear view mirror and heated front seats.
At the workhorse end of the range, reversing camera and rear step bumper become standard on Triton GLX double cab pick-up, and for addition off-road ability 16-inch AllTerrain tyres are fitted to GLX and GLX+ 4x4 variants.
Triton GLX gains Mitsubishi’s premium audio AM/FM CD system with 6.1-inch colour touch screen – previously fitted to Triton GLS – and a new design key fob. Speed sensing auto door lock is now standard across the range and a driver’s seatback pocket is fitted to all Club Cab and Double Cab models for 2017.
The 2017 Triton range continues to offer compelling value for savvy light commercial buyers,” he said. “We’ve upgraded every model in the 2017 range to enhance Triton’s appeal with smartphone connectivity on GLS and Exceed, upgraded audio on GLX and auto airconditioning on our value-leading GLX+.”
The updated Triton will be available at Mitsubishi dealerships around Australia from 13 December 2016.