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Mitsubishi Triton 2020 pricing and spec confirmed: Special Toby Price Edition added to updated ute line-up

Mitsubishi has added some extra equipment to some mid-level variants of its Triton pick-up.

Mitsubishi Motors Australia Limited (MMAL) has announced mild 2020 model-year pricing and spec updates for its Triton pick-up, with a focus on increasing standard specification of its volume-selling mid-spec variants.

All GLX+ and GLS models now come with a rear differential lock as standard, a feature previously reserved for the top-spec GLS Premium and one that will be sure to excite off-roading enthusiasts.

The diff lock complements the Triton’s four-wheel-drive system, which in the GLX+ is switchable between 2WD, 4WD and 4WD low range, while the GLS and GLS Premium add a full-time 4WD setting.

  • The Triton currently ranks fifth for 4x2 pick-up sales with 2215, while its 12,821 4x4 sales are enough to secure a podium finish with third place. The Triton currently ranks fifth for 4x2 pick-up sales with 2215, while its 12,821 4x4 sales are enough to secure a podium finish with third place.
  • To the end of August, Mitsubishi has sold a combined 16,036 examples of the Triton. (GLS model shown) To the end of August, Mitsubishi has sold a combined 16,036 examples of the Triton. (GLS model shown)
  • All GLX+ and GLS models now come with a rear differential lock as standard. (GLX+ model shown)
All GLX+ and GLS models now come with a rear differential lock as standard. (GLX+ model shown)

Some small changes have also been applied inside, with the GLX+ now adding an air circulator, and the GLS now featuring keyless operation with a smart key and one-touch start.

Along with the spec changes, some small price changes have been applied across the range, with GLX+ versions increasing by $1000, the GLS grade up $650, and the top-spec GLS Premium increasing by $500. All other variants carry over unchanged.

A new model grade called the Toby Price Edition has also been added to the range, named after the Dakar Rally-winning Australian motorcyclist who has been a brand ambassador for Mitsubishi in recent years.

The Toby Price Edition scores a black nudge bar, an LED light bar, tinted bonnet protector and weather shields. The Toby Price Edition scores a black nudge bar, an LED light bar, tinted bonnet protector and weather shields.

Priced $3000 above its GLS dual-cab donor vehicle, the Toby Price Edition bundles in a number of extras, including a black nudge bar, an LED light bar, tinted bonnet protector and weather shields, a black sports bar, a soft tonneau cover, a tub liner, body decals and carpet floor mats.

Three exterior paint colours are available, consisting of Graphite Grey, White Diamond and the exclusive Sunflare Orange.

No changes have been made to the Triton’s powertrain line-up, starting with a 94kW/194Nm 2.4-litre petrol four-cylinder engine on the entry-grade 4x2 GLX single-cab chassis, which is mated to a five-speed manual transmission.

All other variants make use of a 2.4-litre turbo-diesel four-cylinder unit developing 133kW at 3500rpm and 430Nm at 2500rpm, and can be paired to a six-speed manual or automatic transmission.

MMAL deputy director for marketing and operation Derek McIlroy said the changes have come as a result of listening to buyers.

“We’re making changes to our functionality to be able to deliver Australian customers what they’re looking for,” he said.

There's a 7.0-inch multimedia screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. There's a 7.0-inch multimedia screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

“Australia is a key market for Triton development, and we’re consistently listening to ute buyers and looking for new ways to add the features they want to our line-up.”

To the end of August, Mitsubishi has sold a combined 16,036 examples of the Triton, down slightly on the 16,985 managed to the same point last year.

The Triton currently ranks fifth for 4x2 pick-up sales with 2215, while its 12,821 4x4 sales are enough to secure a podium finish with third place.

2020 Mitsubishi Triton pricing before on-road costs:

 ModelPrice
Single-cab4x2 GLX cab chassis petrol – manual$22,490
 4x2 GLX cab chassis diesel – manual$25,990
 4x2 GLX cab chassis diesel – automatic$28,490
 4x4 GLX cab chassis diesel – manual$32,990
 4x4 GLX cab chassis diesel – automatic$35,490
Club-cab4x4 GLX cab chassis diesel – manual$35,490
 4x4 GLX cab chassis diesel – automatic$38,790
 4x4 GLX+ cab chassis diesel – automatic$41,490 (+$1000)
Dual-cab4x2 GLX ADAS pick-up diesel – automatic$36,290
 4x4 GLX cab chassis diesel – manual$36,240
 4x4 GLX ADAS cab chassis diesel – automatic$39,540
 4x4 GLX pick-up diesel – manual$37,490
 4x4 GLX pick-up diesel – automatic$39,990
 4x4 GLX ADAS pick-up diesel – manual$38,290
 4x4 GLX ADAS pick-up diesel – automatic$40,790
 4x4 GLX+ pick-up diesel – manual$40,990 (+$1000)
 4x4 GLX+ pick-up diesel – automatic$43,490 (+$1000)
 4x4 GLS pick-up diesel – manual $45,140 (+$650)
 4x4 GLS pick-up diesel – automatic$47,640 (+$650)
 4x4 Toby Price Edition pick-up diesel – manual$48,140
 4x4 Toby Price Edition pick-up diesel – automatic$50,640
 4x4 GLS Premium pick-up diesel – automatic$52,490 (+$500)