2019 Mitsubishi Triton Specs and Features
The range-topping Triton Adventure X and Triton Knight get 7 airbags as standard, while all other are fitted with dual airbags up front.
Further separating the Triton from its Japanese rivals is the inclusion of Mitsubishi's ADAS suite, which includes Forward Collision Mitigation (Warning and Braking), Blind Spot Warning, Lane Change Assist, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Auto High Beam, and Ultrasonic Misacceleration Mitigation System.
Stability and traction control is also available on all variants of the Triton (except the Triton Quest).
Upper variants of the Triton get leatherette seats as standard, while fabric seats are fitted to lesser variants.
The Mitsubishi Triton also gets a roof-mounted air circulator that helps channel cool air from the front to the rear.
A 6.5-inch touchscreen head unit takes care of audio duties, which routes audio to 6 speakers in the cabin. The head unit display suffers from low resolution, but does offer support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.