Mitsubishi Updates Triton


2005 Mitsubishi Triton GLX-R

14th August, 2005

The major Triton news is the introduction of a petrol automatic version of the highly successful GLX-R double cab ute from this month.

The 3.0 litre 24-valve V6 petrol engine develops maximum power of 133kW at 5250 rpm and 255Nm of torque at 4500 rpm. Previously only available with a five-speed manual transmission this stylish sports ute now also comes with an optional four-speed automatic transmission. The optional transmission has the following ratios:

1st 2.842
2nd 1.495
3rd 1.000
4th 0.731
Reverse 2.720
High 1.000
Low 1.900
Final Drive 4.900

The GLX-R has a unique sports grille, body coloured front and rear bumpers and wheel-arch flares, a chrome nudge bar and bash plate, chrome sports bar, chrome exterior power mirrors, soft tonneau cover, unique 16” X 7” rims, side steps, privacy glass and unique badging. Inside, leather-wrapped steering wheel, gearshift knob and transfer lever, titanium-look instrument panel and air vent surrounds and unique sports seat trim set the vehicle apart.

The auto GLX-R will be available for $38,990 and will complement the manual petrol version at $36,990 or the manual diesel version at $38,990.

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