Recently, the Mitsubishi Triton 2018 facelift has been caught as testing in Tonsley, South Australia. Spy shots reveal that the car now comes with a new face under a heavy camouflage.
It is sure that the front fascia of the all-new Triton is now significantly different from that of the current model which was launched in Thailand in 2014. The redesigned fascia receives a thin strip of grille and headlights which come adorned with dense clusters of foglights underneath.
The front fascia of the all-new Triton is now significantly different from that of the current model
These features plus the X-shaped element are distinctive styles of the Dynamic Shield face from Mitsubishi which is also used in the Mitsubishi Xpander and the newest Eclipse Cross.
The Mitsubishi Triton 2018 facelift is expected to get the front fascia’s design like the big “floating” foglamps in the outgoing Pajero Sport or main beams of foglights in the Xpander or just a more conventional arrangement in the Eclipse Cross.
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The Dynamic Shield face of the Mitsubishi Triton 2018 facelift is also used in the Xpander and the newest Eclipse Cross
Other parts of the truck seem to be the same as the current Strada model. The signature beltline crease fading out in the body’s center can be seen clearly and the trademark J-curve of the Triton is still there to divide its bed and cabin.
Other parts of the truck seem to be the same as the current model
Wearing this new face, the Mitsubishi Triton 2018 facelift is said to get more similarities with the GR-HEV Concept revealing this new Triton in 2013.
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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