The least expensive Triton is the GLX single-cab with 2WD, which is a basic work truck. If you spend more money you can get a bigger cabin that seats more people, or 4WD for improved go-anywhere ability, or both.
GLX Tritons have vinyl floors, cloth seats, manually controlled air-conditioning, a CD player, and steel 16-inch wheels. Spend some more for a GLX+ and you get aircon that maintains a set temperature, and nicer looking wheels made from aluminium alloy.
Pay more again for a Triton GLS – available in 4WD Double Cab only – and you get a lot of extra stuff. Perhaps the most important enhancement is Mitsubishi’s Super Select 2 4WD system, which allows you to use 4WD even on sealed roads.
Inside a Triton GLS there is a leather-trimmed steering wheel, carpet on the floor, and a bigger touchscreen (7.0 inches). The screen supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto via Mitsubishi’s Smartphone Link Display, which allows you to view and control some apps from compatible phones. Dual-zone air-conditioning lets the driver and front-seat passenger set their desired cabin temperatures independently. Externally, the GLS has more effective HID headlamps, foglights, and the distinctive look of LED daytime running lamps. And the wheel size rises to a flashier 17 inches.
A GLS Sports Edition brings a tow-bar and black-highlighted external styling, and adds a lockable rear differential that you control from the driver’s seat. This helps you go further in difficult off-road conditions
The most expensive Triton, the Exceed, comes only as a 4WD Double Cab with auto transmission. Its headlights switch on automatically when it’s dark, and its windscreen wipers operate automatically when it rains. It also has keyless entry (which allows you to unlock and start the vehicle with the key safe in a pocket or bag), leather seats, heated front seats, and power adjustment for the driver’s seat. And it has the lockable rear differential.