The new Mitsubishi Triton has been on sale for awhile now with five variants available, ranging from RM100,200 to RM135,200 for the highest spec Triton VGT Adventure X model.
To spice things up a bit, Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia even got girl drifter Leona Chin to demonstrate the pick-up’s ability to customers recently on a purpose built off-road course; a course that even GC Mah got to experience when he went head on with Leona in a race against time.
Performance wise, the new Triton is powered by the same 2.4-litre MIVEC VGT engine with 181 hp and 430 Nm of torque. Transmission wise, there’s a new 6-speed automatic along with a 6-speed manual transmission in the lower variants.
While reviews on the all-new pick-up, with significant improvements in the comfort aspect, have been largely positive, not many have dived into the new Super Select 4WD II system that comes with four driving modes: Gravel, Mud/Snow, Sand and Rock.
In this video, we’ll look briefly into what the new Super Select 4WD II system entails and what the different modes are for.
The all-new pick-up is a CBU vehicle from Thailand and is the only pick-up in Malaysia (2.4-litre category) to come with a 5 year/200,000 km warranty, whichever comes first.