2017 Mitsubishi Triton updates

Mitsubishi has added new equipment across the range and added some cosmetic touches to upper-spec variants of its popular ute.

2017 Mitsubishi Triton

Mitsubishi has given its Triton ute range new features and a couple of new variants for the 2017 model year.

The company has also given the upper-spec GLS and Exceed 4x4 Double Cabs a facelift, with new dark chrome front grille and headlight garnish, platform-style side steps, four-spoke leather steering wheel and improved instrument cluster graphics.

The GLS and Exceed also receive Mitsubishi’s smartphone-integrated audio system with 7-inch colour touch screen.

2017 Mitsubishi Triton

In addition, the range-topping Exceed now has heated front seats and an electro-chromatic rear view mirror to add a bit more luxury to the double cab ute, which has proven popular with private buyers.

The entry-level GLX and GLX+ now have automatic 4x4 Club Cab variants equipped with a five-speed transmission coupled to the 2.4-litre four-cylinder turbo diesel engines.

The GLX+ also receives auto air-conditioning, piano black instrument panel trim, bright chrome interior door handles and standard suspension.

Both gain reversing camera, the premium audio AM/FM CD system with 6.1-inch colour touch screen previously fitted to Triton GLS, a rear step bumper and 16-inch All-Terrain tyres.

2017 Mitsubishi Triton

Changes across the range include speed-sensing auto door lock, post-crash auto door unlocking and a driver’s seat back pocket in the Club Cab and Dual Cab models.

The 2017 Mitsubishi Triton is now available Mitsubishi dealerships around Australia – click here to see the full WhichCar range review.



  • Single Cab 4x2 petrol manual – $22,300
  • Single Cab 4x2 manual/auto -$25,800/$28,300
  • Club Cab 4x4 manual/auto - $35,300/$37,800
  • Double Cab 4x2 auto - $36,000
  • Double Cab 4x4 Cab Chassis manual/auto $36,250/$38,750
  • Double Cab 4x4 manual/auto - $37,000/$39,500


  • Club Cab 4x4 auto $38,500
  • Double Cab 4x4 manual/auto - $37,000/$39,500


  • Double Cab 4x4 manual/auto $41,500/$44,000


  • Double Cab 4x4 auto - $48,000


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