2017 Mitsubishi Triton Facelift Review, Specs, Pricing & Every Detail. So, Mitsubishi has already announced their upcoming Triton model (Mitsubishi Triton 2017) and the car community couldn’t be more excited. There are a lot to talk about with this unit. There are some good changes, and then again, there are some bad ones.
If we have to pick up one thing that has changed in the 2017 version from the previous one, then that is the safety! The Mitsubishi Triton 2017 is safer, and the new technologies are making sure that the cars are getting more and more safe on roads which are a great thing. But apart from the safety, there are other features too to be excited about. What are those?.
2017 Mitsubishi Triton Update Specifications
The first noticeable feature is that this 2017 Mitsubishi Triton facelift car will come with a reversing camera. This feature was not there in any of the previous versions. The camera is a standard feature that you will receive with all GLX double version. Also, the tires are different this time. The new 16 inch models are improved to go on off-roads if that is what you are interested about.
Obviously, technology got advanced, and the Mitsubishi Triton played along. The car now has an interface which is touch based. You do not have to click and wait anymore as the 7-inch touch based display is great enough to provide comfort and enjoyment. You can easily integrate your smartphone with the touch panel which will make things even easier for you.
Another great feature is the heated front seats. Also, you get to have electro-chromatic rear view mirror which was not there before.
Some obvious features are now included in the powerful machine which is interesting. Starting with the speed sensor lock, you get a good space at the back of the driver’s seat. The speed lock was expected and announced previously. The concept is simple. If your car goes above a certain speed, the cars get locked which is already there in almost all of the competitors of Mitsubishi. The inside engine part of the car stays pretty much the same like the previous version.
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If you are a fan of the leather steering wheel or if you want to go for a classy look, this is going to be your car without much doubt. The car has already been able to create a buzz among enthusiasts, and it looks like there will be a good number of people who are going to use Triton’s latest version.
2017 Mitsubishi Triton Facelift Release date and Price
The redesign 2017 Mitsubishi Triton car will be available for you to purchase from December 13th depending on which part of the world you are living in. The prices are already announced, and it is not one of the cheapest options out there. Also, you should know that the car comes with a five-year warranty (or 100,000 km) if you are buying it from an authorized Mitsubishi dealer.
The price starts from $22,300 which is a single cab GLX. The Double Cab GLX will cost around $36,000, and there are other variants with different costs. Let’s see how Mitsubishi does with their latest beast on the market.
New 2017 Mitsubishi Triton Price List:
- GLX Single Cab 4×2 petrol manual – $22,300
GLX Single Cab 4×2 diesel manual – $25,800
GLX Single Cab 4×2 diesel automatic – $28,300
GLX Single Can 4×4 manual – $32,500
GLX Single Can 4×4 automatic – $35,000
GLX Club Cab 4×4 manual – $35,300
GLX Club Cab 4×4 automatic – $37,800
GLX Double Cab 4×2 automatic – $36,000
GLX Double Cab 4×4 manual – $37,000
GLX Double Cab 4×4 automatic – $39,500
GLX Double Cab 4×4 Cab Chassis manual – $36,250
GLX Double Cab 4×4 Cab Chassis automatic – $38,750
- GLX+ Club Cab 4×4 automatic – $38,500
GLX+ Double Cab 4×4 manual – $$37,000
GLX+ Double Cab 4×4 automatic – $$39,500
- GLS Double Cab 4×4 manual – $41,500
GLS Double Cab 4×4 automatic – $44,000
- Exceed Double Cab 4×4 automatic – $48,000
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