2024 Mitsubishi Triton Philippine Specs, Features, Prices

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines (MMPC) has just pulled the covers on the all-new 2024 Triton pickup. The Triton officially replaces the Strada as the brand’s next-generation pickup challenger.

MMPC just concluded its Facebook live preview of the new truck, and here are the key highlights.

2024 Mitsubishi Triton PH

Lookswise, the Triton adopts the same updated fascia as seen in the other markets where the Triton was already launched. It has an aggressively horizontal front grille with sharper LED headlights. The brand was also eager to point out the 7 different color options for the body.

Mitsubishi Triton Inline 2

Mitsubishi Triton Inline 4

The Triton’s new frame and chassis have been reworked to provide better performance and comfort. Other than that, the brand also confirms the power figures of the Triton, the engine produces 204 PS and 470 Nm of torque.

Mitsubishi Triton Inline

Mitsubishi Triton Inline 5

There will also be 7 selectable drive modes for the 4WD variant. Safety-wise the all-new Triton comes with a suite of ADAS systems highlighted by the all-around view feature that gives drivers peace of mind while maneuvering this hefty truck.

Mitsubishi Triton Inline 3

Inside, the interior has been reworked to be roomier and more plush in terms of feel and quality. Its infotainment screen has been enlarged to 9 inches and given Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (no confirmation on wireless capabilities).

Lastly, the prices are as follows:

Mitsubishi Triton Inline 6

Those already interested in getting their hands on the first few units of the Triton can already place a downpayment for reservation purposes. Details can be found on the official Mitsubishi Motors Philippines website 93.


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