The Mitsubishi Strada 2019 facelift (known as Mitsubishi Triton in several markets) has recently been caught in Europe after being spotted in Tonsley, South Australia at the beginning of 2018. This time, the car is still covered in camouflage but hints a new Dynamic Shield front fascia with a fresh and sleek design.
Looking around, the front face receives slimmer headlamps predicted to be LED projectors, plus LED DRLs. Besides, fog lights are placed below the headlights while signal indicators are moved to the far edges of the lower front bumper.
The Strada facelift has been recently caught in Europe
The car is still covered in camouflage but hints a new Dynamic Shield front fascia with a fresh and sleek design
Additionally, the lower lip looks bolder and the engine bay’s underside comes adorned with the same all-in-black protective parts from the current Strada.
The Mitsubishi Strada 2019 facelift will be driven by a new set of tweaked wheels, along with a modified rump. Other parts get no change, compared to the on-going Strada.
Still, there isn’t any revelation about an updated powertrain or a new face of the interior. The revamped Strada is expected to look like the GR-HEV Concept which was considered to be a previewed model for the Strada facelift since 2013.
Latest updates on upcoming Mitsubishi cars can be found in our Complete guide to the Mitsubishi Philippines' local lineup. Stay tuned.
The Strada facelift will be driven by a new set of tweaked wheels
Still, there isn’t any revelation about an updated powertrain or a new face of the interior
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Know more about Mitsubishi Strada 2023
The Mitsubishi Strada 2023 is a midsize, body-on-frame pickup truck currently available in the Philippine market, and locally, it's passenger non-commercial models are available in six variants. The Mitsubishi Strada's price then ranges from Php 1,320,000 to Php 1,827,000, with the Strada GLS 2.4 4x2 MT as the entry-level trim, and the Strada Athlete 2.4 4x4 AT as the top-spec variant.
Powering the all trims of the Philippine-spec Strada is a 2.4-liter turbodiesel inline-4 engine that's capable of making up to 179 horsepower and 430 Nm of torque. There are two available transmissions for this truck model: a five-speed manual gearbox, and a six-speed automatic tranny. Only the Strada GLS MT and the Strada Athlete comes with a 4x4 drivetrain. The rest meanwhile, uses a 4x2 drivetrain.
Competing against the Mitsubishi Strada in the Philippines is the Toyota Hilux, Ford Ranger, Mazda BT-50, Isuzu D-Max, Nissan Navara, among others.
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