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Tray chic: 4x4 dual-cab ute comparison

Published: 08 December 2011

Pick-ups are the third most popular vehicle type in Australia thanks to their ability to work and play. Here’s how the latest models compare.

Mitsubishi Triton GLX-R: Road Test

Published: 15 September 2011

A sporty-looking, family-friendly one-tonner that really works? You better believe it...

Mitsubishi Triton Club Cab

Published: 06 April 2011

Second row adds another bow to popular workhorse ute

Triton at the Station

Published: 02 October 2009

Mitsubishi chose historic Mt Ive Station on the shores of Lake Gairdner as the venue to launch its updated MY10 Triton range

Mitsubishi MY10 Triton

Published: 02 October 2009

Mitsubishi throws down the safety gauntlet to 4x4 ute brigade

Mitsubishi Triton 4x2 diesels

Published: 20 May 2008

Mitsubishi Australia has plugged the final gap in its Triton ute range, with the introduction of diesel-powered 4x2 variants

Mitsubishi Triton GLX-R Double Cab

Published: 25 March 2008

The Triton GLX-R offers more refinement than your average one-tonner and a strong diesel engine but unless you really need the tray buy an SUV

Mitsubishi ML Triton 2.4 petrol

Published: 07 April 2007

Bargain pricing makes the ML Triton petrol fours workhorse winners

Mitsubishi ML Triton GLX

Published: 01 October 2006

Mitsubishi's Triton places passenger amenity over load space

Mitsubishi ML Triton 4x4

Published: 07 July 2006

Quiet, refined, roomy, well-equipped and packing one of the best turbodiesels on the market, the latest Triton sets new standards for the all-wheel drive ute market

V6 Crew Cabs: Mitsubishi Triton GLX 4x2 3.0

Published: 01 September 2005

After leading this segment with a high-rider 4x2, Mitsubishi now only offers a double cab Triton with a V6 in 4x2 specification at mid-range GLX level

V6 Crew Cabs Review

Published: 01 September 2005

Although they may look similar, there are substantial differences in how crew cab utes do the job. CarPoint's resident twin-cab rec ute owner Joe Kenwright drove six twin-cabs to help you decide which one suits you

Mitsubishi Triton

Published: 01 July 2003

Mitsubishi's lifestyle 4X4 battles bikes, babies and bush with the CarPoint clan

Mitsubishi Triton

Published: 01 April 2003

Everything old is new again as Triton gets Pajero turbodiesel hand-me-down. Is it enough to help Triton appeal to the burgeoning lifestyle market?

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