Mitsubishi has unveiled the Blackline, a constrained-version version of its at any time-common Triton GLS dual-cab ute.
The nameplate, which has also been employed on Toyota and Nissan specials in the final several many years, provides a black grille, black doorway mirrors, black doorway handles, dark athletics bars and distinctive graphics to the present Triton GLS bundle.
There are three suitably monochrome paint colors on offer: Black, Starlight (white) and Titanium. You also get keyless entry, just one-contact start out and a rear-differential lock, characteristics normally reserved for the variety-topping Exceed product.
Electricity still arrives from a 2.4-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine, producing 133kW of electric power and 430Nm of torque. It is set to the road by switchable 4-wheel generate which, together with the typical 2H, 4H and 4L modes, offers a highway-biased all-wheel travel possibility.
The Triton Blackline will be priced from $43,490 with a guide or $45,990 with an automated transmission. All prices exclude on-road charges.
2018 Mitsubishi Triton twin-cab pricing
- GLX Double Cab 4×2 automated – $35,500
- GLX Double Taxi 4×4 guide – $36,500
- GLX Double Cab 4×4 automated – $39,000
- GLX Double Taxi 4×4 Taxi Chassis guide – $35,750
- GLX Double Taxi 4×4 Cab Chassis automatic – $38,250
- GLX+ Double Cab 4×4 manual – $37,500
- GLX+ Double Cab 4×4 computerized – $40,000
- GLS Double Taxi 4×4 handbook – $41,500
- GLS Double Taxi 4×4 computerized – $44,000
- Blackline 4×4 handbook – $43,490
- Blackline 4×4 automated – $45,990
- Exceed Double Taxi 4×4 computerized – $48,000
All prices exclude on-street costs.
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