Updated pick-up trucks may be offered in 19 different grades, but in some cases the price will not be charged.
Mitsubishi Motors Thailand announced pricing after facelifted Triton revealed it to the world for the first time last week.
Japanese pickups hitting showrooms on Nov. 17 are priced at 19 different prices, ranging from 524,000 to 1,099,000 baht, depending on body style, drive train type and specifications.
Triton, a dual-cap type with automatic and 4×4 transmission, is priced at 1.019 million baht with driving aids such as blind spot monitors, rear traffic crossing alerts and collision mitigation systems.
There is a terrain mode that automatically adjusts the various driving parameters of the vehicle so that it can be easily offloaded by the average user.
Aside from the Toyota Hilux Revo, all other competitors including the Chevrolet Colorado, Ford Ranger, Isuzu D-Max, Mazda BT-50 and Nissan Navara NP300 can all have less.
Triton, the space-starter with automatic and high-riding 4×2 drive, sells the Navara for an equivalent price of 826,000 Baht.
While the 181hp 2.4 – liter diesel turbo in Triton remained unchanged, the five – speed was replaced by a six – speed to even level the transmission races with the BT – 50, Colorado, D – Max and Hilux Revo .
Navara has seven forward ratios, while 10 gears can be selected with the new 2.0-liter diesel turbo forwards.
Triton's front end uses this brand's so-called Dynamic Shield for Pajero Sport SUV derivatives.
Some unique design clues include the bumper's thinner headlamps and vertical accents. The wheels are also new.