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Mitsubishi has announced model line-up and pricing detail for the 2024 Triton ute, set to arrive in Australia in February to compete against the Ford Ranger and Toyota HiLux.
Longer and wider, more powerful and offering greater towing capacity over the outgoing Triton model, Mitsubishi’s popular workhorse ute will be also be more expensive, reflecting an increase in features and technology to take on the top-selling Ford Ranger and Toyota HiLux, and also the ongoing trend in the market towards high specification models that do double duty as both tradie and lifestyle vehicles.
The new generation Mitsubishi Triton is powered by a new 2.4-litre bi-Turbo diesel engine, generating 150kW and 470Nm. At launch, vehicles will be available exclusively with a six-speed automatic transmission and auto stop-start, but a manual gearbox for select variants is promised post-launch.
Mitsubishi says the new Triton offers increased braked towing capacity of 3500kg, 400kg more than the outgoing model and bringing up to par with its dual-cab ute competitors. It will be best in class for total payload when it arrives, the 2024 Triton GLS able to carry up to 665kg additional weight when at its maximum towing capacity, making it the ideal choice for families looking to haul plenty of gear when travelling.
The 2024 Mitsubishi Triton is also safer than ever before and will be the first vehicle in its class to introduce both front cross traffic alert and driver monitoring system. Additional safety features will include rear AEB (from GLX+ models up), forward collision mitigation with pedestrian detection, cyclist detection and junction assist. A centre airbag is also added to Triton for the first time.