Mitsubishi Triton

Mitsubishi Triton News in Malaysia

  • Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia ranks 3rd place in the non-national segment with 24,017 vehicles sold in 2022

    Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM), the official distributor of Mitsubishi Motors vehicles in Malaysia, has announced that overall sales continue to soar as the company sold a record high of 24,017 vehicles from January to December 2022, marking a 37.3% increase as compared to the same period in 2021. Overall, Mitsubishi Motors is ranked third in the non-national automotive sales table with an estimated market share of 3.3%. The sales achievement is credited to the Mitsubishi Xpander, combining st

    EricEric

    Jan 11, 2023

  • Mitsubishi Triton finishes 1st in maiden Asia Cross Country Rally 2022

    Team Mitsubishi Ralliart, competing in specially prepared Mitsubishi Triton pickups have finished first place overall at the Asia Cross Country Rally (AXCR) 2022, in its first-ever outing at the event. Team Mitsubishi Ralliart, which receives technical support from Mitsubishi Motors, picked up top honours in the AXCR 2022, which took place between 21-26 November 2022 across Thailand and Cambodia, spanning a total distance of 1,524 km, including 637 km of timed special stages (SS). Over the total

    ArvindArvind

    Nov 29, 2022

  • Spied: All-new 2023 Mitsubishi Triton spotted in Thailand - Launching very soon?

    Source Malaysia’s second best-selling pick-up truck, the Mitsubishi Triton, appears to have reached the end of its lifecycle for the current generation which was introduced all the way back in 2015. Since its introduction all those years ago, the Mitsubishi pick-up has gone through 5 facelifts with the current one introduced in 2019. The speculation of the current-gen Triton nearing its end is based on the latest set of spyshots taken in Thailand. Camouflaged units of the Triton were seen in Eur

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Nov 16, 2022

  • Malaysian Red Crescent Society receives Mitsubishi Triton power to provide aid to flood victims

    Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM) has contributed three 2022 Mitsubishi Triton pickup trucks to the Malaysia Red Crescent Society (MRCS) which will be used to reach out and provide logistical support such as food, medical supplies, and humanitarian help to the needy during flood disasters. MRCS anticipates the upcoming Northeast monsoon in Malaysia to forecast heavy rainfall from November 2022 until March 2023. In addition, the Department of Irrigation and Drainage (DID) also alerted MRCS that al

    ArvindArvind

    Nov 13, 2022

  • A hybrid next gen 2023 Mitsubishi Triton is under development, PHEV mulled but cost is a concern

    Next-generation Mitsubishi Triton will launch in 2023 Hybrid version won't arrive until end-2025 Cost is a major concern for Mitsubishi With the pick-up truck market slowly but surely taking the adopting electrification, it is a matter of time before brands like Mitsubishi embraces electrification for the Triton. Speaking to Australia's GoAuto, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) general manager of EV powertrain engineering, Takashi Shirakawa said that an electrified powertrain “is in advanced e

    EricEric

    Oct 28, 2022

  • Should you pay HR-V money for a Mitsubishi Triton Athlete? Perhaps, it's not so illogical

    Youngins among us probably won't remember a time where pick-up trucks weren't sold to people like you and me. Only companies could buy one, and whichever lasted the longest without its wheels falling off sort of guaranteed sales of future iterations. At the tail end of the Asian Financial Crisis, sales of pick-up trucks were opened to private individual buyers; with the intention to spur car sales and at least CPR the economy being some of the commonly-understood reasons. But whatever the ration

    SanjaySanjay

    Oct 24, 2022

  • Video: Enough with marketing talk, Mitsubishi Triton proves its worth in SEA's toughest rally, Thai-Indo trio to lead charge

    Following Mitsubishi Motors’ announcement that its revived RalliArt brand will be making its comeback debut at November 2022’s Asian Cross Country Rally (AXCR), the company has now announced the drivers and co-drivers line-up for the three Mitsubishi Tritons fielded. The three Tritons will fly the Team Mitsubishi RalliArt flag, a semi-factory-backed team owned by Thailand’s Tant Sport, with factory support from Mitsubishi Motors. Leading the team will be two-time Dakar Rally champion Hiroshi Mas

    HansHans

    Sep 18, 2022

  • There is demand for the Ford Ranger Raptor, so why isn't Mitsubishi selling this rally-capable Triton? Dakar legend Masuoka explains

    The Ford Ranger Raptor has made quite a name for itself. It’s the G-Shock of the truck world. Meanwhile, Mitsubishi Motors, for reasons only they know, is sending its Triton into the region's toughest rally event, proving that it walks the talk but refuses to sell you a motorsports-grade Triton. Mitsubishi is not new to the Asian Cross Country Rally (AXCR). It was the venue used by Mitsubishi to set the record of becoming the world's first manufacturer to complete a grueling rally with a plug-in

    HansHans

    Sep 17, 2022

  • Mitsubishi celebrates selling 100,000 Tritons in Malaysia, gives an owner 100,000km worth of diesel

    Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM) has sold 100,000 Triton pick-up trucks here in Malaysia and to mark the occasion, they awarded the buyer of the 100,000th Triton enough diesel for 100,000 km. To commemorate the achievement, MMM gave away 100,000 km diesel worth up to RM 27,000 to its 100,000th customer, Muhammad Faerus, a solar panel installation contractor. Also Read: Sales of Mitsubishi Triton up 24% for FY 2021, over 60% first-time owners, mostly ex-sedan owners Since MMM’s inception in 2005,

    DineshDinesh

    Sep 12, 2022

  • RalliArt is back! Closer look at the 2022 Asian Cross Country Rally specs Mitsubishi Triton

    Mitsubishi Motors is no longer in the World Rally Championship but with improved finances, the company is now making some crucial first steps towards an eventual return in world rallying. Under the mentorship of two-time overall Dakar Rally champion Hiroshi Masuoka, the red tri-diamond badge’s hallowed RalliArt will soon return to the rally stage as a semi-factory-backed team, with the Mitsubishi Triton. Come November 2022, Team Mitsubishi RalliArt - owned by Thai outfit Tant Sports, but with ba

    HansHans

    Sep 12, 2022

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