The prices of the Mitsubishi Triton range have increased in the lead-up to the end of the financial year, though only some models receive more equipment.
The 2021 Mitsubishi Triton has received a fresh round of price rises in the lead-up to the end of the financial year on June 30 and the biggest month for sales of utes and vans.
The third price rise for the Mitsubishi Triton in eight months amounts to increases of between $250 and $450 in most cases.
A confidential Mitsubishi dealer bulletin shows 13 of the 22 models have drive-away pricing deals, and only some variants have received equipment changes.
More variants of the base-model Mitsubishi Triton GLX are available with the previously optional advanced safety ADAS system, though the bulletin doesn’t outline exactly which examples gain the extra tech, so be sure to check with your dealer.
Meanwhile, mid-grade Mitsubishi Triton GLX-R models now gain a rear differential lock as standard, and come with 18-inch alloy wheels finished in black paint. A 4×2 version of the GLX-R is also available for the first time.
The global semiconductor shortage means Mitsubishi is rationing its 360-degree camera tech to certain GLS Deluxe and GSR models. The surround-view camera system will be temporarily unavailable on some variants, though a rear-view camera will remain as standard.
Another new variant, the Mitsubishi Triton GLS Deluxe, gains leather seats, power adjustment for the driver’s seat, heated front seats and, pending availability, a 360-degree camera.
CarAdvice has compiled the following list based on information supplied by dealers. The prices and drive-away offers were accurate as this article was published but are subject to change and vehicle availability.
RRPs do not include on-road costs or metallic paint. Drive-away prices exclude an extra charge for metallic paint.
|Model||Driveline||Body style||Old RRP||New RRP||Drive-away price|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLX||4×2 petrol manual||Single cab chassis||$23,490||$23,740||Not advertised|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLX||4×2 diesel manual||Single cab chassis||$27,990||$28,240||Not advertised|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLX||4×2 diesel auto||Single cab chassis||$30,240||$30,490||Not advertised|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLX ADAS||4×2 diesel auto||Double cab pick-up||$37,490||$37,940||$38,940|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLX||4×4 diesel manual||Single cab chassis||$34,740||$34,990||Not advertised|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLX||4×4 diesel auto||Single cab chassis||$36,990||$37,240||Not advertised|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLX||4×4 diesel manual||Club cab chassis||$36,990||$37,440||Not advertised|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLX||4×4 diesel auto||Club cab chassis||$39,240||$40,440||Not advertised|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLX||4×4 diesel manual||Double cab chassis||$37,740||$38,940||Not advertised|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLX||4×4 diesel auto||Double cab chassis||$39,990||$41,190||Not advertised|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLX||4×4 diesel auto||Double cab pick-up||$40,990||$42,140||$40,890|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLX+||4×4 diesel auto||Club cab pick-up||$42,740||$43,190||$42,940|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLX+||4×4 diesel manual||Double cab pick-up||$42,240||$42,690||$41,440|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLX+||4×4 diesel auto||Double cab pick-up||$44,490||$44,940||$43,690|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLX-R||4×2 diesel auto||Double cab pick-up||New model||$41,740||$42,740|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLX-R||4×4 diesel auto||Double cab pick-up||$43,240||$45,940||$44,690|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLS||4×4 diesel manual||Double cab pick-up||$46,990||$47,290||$46,040|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLS||4×4 diesel auto||Double cab pick-up||$49,240||$49,540||$48,290|
|Mitsubishi Triton GLS Deluxe||4×4 diesel auto||Double cab pick-up||New model||$52,490||$51,490|
|Mitsubishi Triton GSR (base)||4×4 diesel auto||Double cab pick-up||$53,490||$53,240||$52,740|
|Mitsubishi Triton GSR (roll top)||4×4 diesel auto||Double cab pick-up||New model||$59,886||$57,240|
|Mitsubishi Triton GSR (tan interior)||4×4 diesel auto||Double cab pick-up||New model||$54,730||$54,230|
2021 Mitsubishi Triton prices rise for the third time in eight months