Mitsubishi's swansong Triton

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Mitsubishi revealed its next-generation Triton last month ahead of its Australian launch early next year, but that has't stopped it releasing a final limited-edition version of the outgoing one-tonne workhorse.

On sale now and limited to just 300 vehicles, the Triton GLX-R Warrior is priced at $43,990 drive-away with a five-speed manual transmission and $45,990 drive-away with a five-speed automatic.

That makes it at least $1750 cheaper than the Triton GLX-R 4x4 ($45,740 plus on-road costs) on which it's based – despite the fitment of a host of standard extras.

They include a differential lock, Mitsubishi’s Multi Communication System (MMCS) eight-speaker audio system and MPSS power amplifier, black interior theme with leather seat trim and six-way power-adjustable driver’s seat.

On the outside, there are new-look 17-inch alloy wheels, a genuine accessory front nudge bar, flush-fit soft tonneau cover and Warrior decals on the front doors. Charcoal, Cool Silver, Ironbark and White exterior colours will be available.

As per the standard GLX-R, there's a 2.5-litre turbo-diesel engine, Super Select 4WD, stability/traction control, anti-lock brakes, Bluetooth phone and iPod compatibility with voice recognition and steering wheel-mounted audio controls.

Credit to www.carsales.com.au

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