One of the more revolutionary designed pickups to have come to our shores in recent years, the Triton somewhat gives you the impression of a no-nonsense and serious yet modern in looks and definitely exudes the type of lifestyle that you like. The 2.5 Standard is sold for RM77,715.80 which means you are paying something like RM16k more than the Lite version. Of course, being the so-called ‘standard’ variant, this would be the bar by which it will be based on with the Lite being a more stripped down version while a Premium version gives you more than its standard minimum. That of course we are talking about the Triton 3.2.

The Standard variant comes with the same engine with that which is fitted in the 2.5 liter turbodiesel version where you get up to 136 horses at 3,500rpm and a maximum torque of 314Nm at 2,000rpm and mated with a manual transmission gearbox. As compared to its previous 2.5 liter version, they have since taken off the side steps, the sports bar as well as Bluetooth and USB connectivity in the audio system. the 16 valve inline 4 intercooled turbocharged DOHC diesel do give the car quite a charge when needed though, which makes it hard to position this car to a certain extent. The 4D56 engine is quick and responsive which means that you will want to buy this car for its performance and less for its comfort.

This version do lack in certain safety features like airbags which is quite a pity actually and hence it might put off some of you who are thinking of getting this. If you are one who likes accessories and such, perhaps you would be considering the top of the range version of the Triton, otherwise, this might not be the most ideal choice. whichever way you see it, Mitsubishi cars are more renowned for its power and performance than comfort and luxury. And if you are buying a pickup truck, perhaps this would be your biggest criteria.

 

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