2018 Mitsubishi Triton Blackline special-edition ute revealed

Triton Blackline adds a bunch of sporty features over the popular GLS double-cab pick-up

2018 Mitsubishi Triton Blackline special-edition ute revealed

Mitsubishi has released a limited-edition Triton 4x4 pick-up in response to similar up-spec offerings from rivals offering equipment upgrades and aesthetic enhancements.

The Blackline is based on the GLS 4x4 Double Cab, and brings a number of design changes that are in keeping with its name, including black 17-inch alloy wheels, a black mesh front grille, black door mirrors, black exterior door-handles and Blackline decals.

The special edition also shares a couple of extra features taken from the range-topping Triton Exceed, such as a rear diff’ lock, smart keyless entry and push button start.

Powered by Mitsubishi’s 133kW/430Nm 2.4-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine, the Triton Blackline is priced at $43,490 for the six-speed manual and $45,990 for the five-speed auto, which represents a modest $1990 premium over the normal GLS.

It is available in three hues; Black, Starlight and Titanium.

The Triton Blackline follows similarly upgraded special edition dual-cab rivals that have hit the market in recent times, including the Holden Colorado LSX,  Toyota HiLux 50th Anniversary Edition  and Nissan Navara N-Sport.

2018 Mitsubishi Triton Double Cab pick-up pricing

  • GLX 4×2 auto - $35,500
  • GLX 4×4 man - $36,500
  • GLX 4×4 auto - $39,000
  • GLX+ 4×4 man - $37,500
  • GLX+ 4×4 auto - $40,000
  • GLS 4×4 man - $41,500
  • GLS 4×4 auto - $44,000
  • Blackline 4×4 man - $43,490 
  • Blackline 4×4 auto - $45,990
  • Exceed 4×4 auto - $48,000

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