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2023 Mitsubishi Triton Pricing and Specs

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Mitsubishi Triton
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CarsGuide has published 4 expert reviews of the Mitsubishi Triton 2023. It has an average rating of 7 out of 10. Read all the reviews here.

The Mitsubishi Triton 2023 prices range from $29,260 for the basic trim level Single Cab Triton GLX (4X2) to $73,040 for the top of the range Dual Cab Triton Xtreme (4X4).

The Mitsubishi Triton 2023 comes in Dual Cab, Extra Cab, Other and Single Cab.

The Mitsubishi Triton 2023 is available in Diesel. Engine sizes and transmissions vary from the Dual Cab 2.4L 6 SP Automatic to the Single Cab 2.4L 6SP Manual.

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Dual Cab

2023 Mitsubishi Triton Specs Price
GLS (4X4) Specs: 2.4L, Diesel, 6 SPEED AUTOMATIC Price: $44,770 - $52,030
GLS (4X4) Specs: 2.4L, Diesel, 6 SPEED MANUAL Price: $43,230 - $50,270
GLS (4X4) Sport Edition Specs: 2.4L, Diesel, 6 SPEED AUTOMATIC Price: $45,210 - $52,580
GLX (4X2) Specs: 2.4L, Diesel, 6 SPEED AUTOMATIC Price: $34,430 - $41,030
GLX (4X4) Specs: 2.4L, Diesel, 6 SPEED AUTOMATIC Price: $38,390 - $45,210
Glx+ (4X4) Specs: 2.4L, Diesel, 6 SPEED AUTOMATIC Price: $43,670 - $50,820
GLX (4X4) Specs: 2.4L, Diesel, 6 SPEED MANUAL Price: $43,230 - $50,270
Glx+ (4X4) Specs: 2.4L, Diesel, 6 SPEED MANUAL Price: $41,140 - $48,400
GLX-R (4X2) Specs: 2.4L, Diesel, 6 SPEED AUTOMATIC Price: $45,650 - $53,020
GLX-R (4X4) Specs: 2.4L, Diesel, 6 SPEED AUTOMATIC Price: $44,550 - $51,810
GSR (4X4) Specs: 2.4L, Diesel, 6 SPEED AUTOMATIC Price: $51,150 - $58,740
Xtreme (4X4) Specs: 2.4L, Diesel, 6 SPEED AUTOMATIC Price: $63,580 - $73,040

Extra Cab

2023 Mitsubishi Triton Specs Price
Glx+ (4X4) Specs: 2.4L, Diesel, 6 SPEED AUTOMATIC Price: $41,580 - $48,950
Mitsubishi Triton FAQs

Headlight problems with a 2018 Mitsubishi Triton

Diagnosing electrical problems remotely is a hiding to nowhere, but conventional wisdom says the wiring, earths and related switches are the first place to start. But modern vehicles also rely on body computers to control some of these functions, so that's worth a check, too.

I can only hope you raised and logged this issue with Mitsubishi when it first started happening. If you did, you have what's called a pre-existing condition under the factory warranty terms. If the problem first surfaced five years ago, that would place the flickering occurring from about 2019. Which means, as a 2018 vehicle, it would have been covered by the Mitsubishi warranty. Even if the car subsequently runs out of warranty, a pre-existing condition is still legally required to be fixed by the car's manufacturer.

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What causes the DPF light to come on in my 2018 Mitsubishi Triton?

DPF technology is fast becoming the bane of turbo-diesel owners. The filter is designed to trap some of the nasty exhaust emissions of a diesel engine and then automatically burn them off at high temperature periodically, emptying the filter in the process. But way too often, this isn’t happening according to the script and filters are either clogging up, requiring a manual clean-out or, in extreme cases, complete replacement.

This is possibly what’s happened to your car and explains why both the DPF and check-engine light have illuminated. It’s the car’s way of telling you you need to act. While it’s generally true that vehicles like yours that do more highway kilometres than city running have fewer DPF problems, all turbo-diesel fitted with such a filter have the potential to give trouble. An electronic scan of the Triton should show whether the DPF and check-engine light are related.

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Does the diesel 2010 Mitsubishi Triton use a timing belt or chain?

The 2.5-litre turbo-diesel engine fitted to the 2010 Triton uses a toothed rubber timing-belt which requires periodic replacement. Most mechanics reckon the belt should be changed every 100,000km and because of the design of the engine, the belt that drives the engine’s balance shafts should also be replaced at the same time.

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